Super Prof On Road
Although the concept of a self-propelling shredder, which allows you to get to the back of the garden and process the cutting waste on site, offers an ideal solution for many garden contractors, for another large group of gardeners this added flexibility does not imply added value because they have a different work area. Especially for this group, Eliet recently developed a Super Prof on a chassis for fast transportation purposes.
MINIMUM MANAGEMENT COSTS
The machine was developed from a low-maintenance perspective, so that checks and maintenance don't become time-consuming and dreaded activities. The Super Prof's internal management system helps to comply with the schedule. Regular maintenance keeps high repair costs at bay. The blade system is insensitive to foreign objects and its maintenance is simple and self-manageable. Only a limited number of parts are subject to wear and in addition, the machine has a high resale value as a second-hand item, which is an added bonus for its ROI.
MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY AND TIME SAVINGS
The machine shreds wood as well as large volumes of green waste. The material does not have to be sorted beforehand. You drive the self-driving shredder to the location where you want to perform the shredding, which means that you don't lose any time supplying or removing materials.
OPERATING RELIABILITY GUARANTEED
5,000 satisfied customers from 30 countries have confirmed the reputation of this highly successful machine with its robust build based on a simple, well thought-out design with low-maintenance patented technology.
The Eliet patented shredding system uses the weakness of the wood and therefore requires little motor capacity. The compact machine with its broad feeder also allows shredding branches of up to 13 cm thick as bundles of voluminous waste. Cutting waste does not have to be sorted prior to shredding. Branches don't require cutting before processing them in the machine. It all makes for gigantic time-savings.
The ABM system ensures that the engine always operates at maximum capacity and that fuel consumption never exceeds 3 litres per hour. The optional ECOEYE™ system lowers fuel consumption in passive operation mode, yielding another considerable saving. And finally the machine lowers your company's ecological footprint.
The feed opening was made wide on purpose, but without compromising on the machine’s compactness. The feed hopper has become considerably larger mainly at the top. This makes for a larger feeding plateau, allowing the operator to place the green waste quicker and have both hands free to manipulate the waste. The special shape of the hopper walls pushes the waste towards the 45 cm wide central bottom of the hopper. This flat bottom does not get any narrower towards the feed roller. The feed roller can lift up to 13 cm, which creates a huge infeed opening. This feature is highly appreciated by professionals when they are feeding branches with many twigs or voluminous cutting waste.
All the features of the machine are grouped in a well-organised dashboard at the front of the machine. The large LCD screen stands out at the centre between the ignition key and the choke valve. It is via the LCD screen that the Super Prof communicates with its operator. Besides showing useful machine features, it tells the operator when maintenance is due. Below the display is the machine’s most essential button: the ‘ACTION’ button. This electronic control of the electromagnetic coupling engages the blade system and the Axelero™ and ensures that the feed roller can be activated. At one push of the button, the shredder beast comes to life.
To ensure simple and intuitive control, the operating mechanism of the feed roller was separated clearly and visually. Push buttons within reach allow for selecting feed/reverse feed. Integrated LED lights in the button highlight the selection. One push of the emergency stop handle or one of the buttons will neutralise the selection and immediately stop the feed roller. This ultimate operating simplicity is a guaranteed time saver.