Compact but big on features
Strong, rigid chassis and boom section ensures the 440h is a very stable, robust machine. This model is ideal for medium to tall tree crops, and works well in conjunction with the larger MAXI machines. It can be specified with all the popular options and attachments, including Tandem Four Wheel Drive, Diesel Engine, and Twin Castor Rear Axle.
Lift height to platform floor
Drive Train and Wheels
- 1.25″ drive axles
- Hydrabrake system
- 26 x 12.00 x 12 drive wheels
- 185 x 14 rear castor wheel
- Six stud heavy duty wheel equipment
- High torque hydraulic motors
Kohler twin cylinder OHV petrol engine
- Heavy duty rigid chassis
- Heavy duty lift boom
- Low profile tail
- Externally mounted muffler
Platform maximum rated capacity
- Three pedal foot controls
- Hand operated accelerator
- Smooth hydraulic valve
- Dual station with base controls for emergency situations
Bag quick taches to front of operator platform and is designed to handle fruit without bruising. Fruit passes through three compartments then empties into field bin. Trials show it has the best results, delivering high quality fruit to the pack house.
Tandem Four Wheel Drive
This increases the machine’s overall stability and improves traction on rough, uneven and sloping terrain. Includes four powerful high-torque hydraulic motors and driving wheels are mounted to an oscillating beam for suspension and a smoother ride.
Free Wheeling Hubs
This enables the drive wheels to be disengaged and the machine becomes towable behind a vehicle at a maximum speed of 30kph. This option comes with a heavy duty towing frame. Ideal for transporting the machine without the need for a trailer or truck.
The safest and most efficient way to prune using a chainsaw from an elevated work platform. Quiet trigger start/stop, no dangerous pull starting, no refuelling, lightweight and powerful. This is available in either pistol grip or pole configuration.
Dual Castor Rear Wheels
Dual Castor Wheels swivel easier than the standard single castor. Friction is reduced by the counter rotating of the two wheels on the special castor leg.
Sometimes hand controls are preferred to the standard three pedals. This is a simple Tiller Lever system located in the front of the operator’s platform. Two handle bars and two tiller levers (one for each drive wheel) makes this very safe and smooth to operate.