Knapsack Fertilizer Machine Has Flexible Structure

    1. It adopts sprocket and chain transmission, accurate transmission ratio, accurate plant spacing, stable performance of adjusting Corn Sheller and flexible structure.
    2. By adjusting the number of vegetable transplanters and replacing the chain wheels, the plant spacing can reach 8-162cm.
    3. Adjust the rotating drive wheel and screws to reach a planting depth of 5-13cm.
    4. Rotating the adjusting handle of the covering wheel can increase or decrease the thickness of the covering soil for sealing cutting. The above functions are simple to adjust and easy to operate.
    5. Stable, durable and long service life. The parts of this machine are manufactured strictly in accordance with the standard high-strength raw materials, with stable performance. This machine adopts double disc, double cam control board, double linkage shaft, double gear meshing seedling machine, double insurance and other mechanisms to make the work stable. The shock absorber protects the work of the vegetable transplanter. When the vegetable transplanter encounters hard soil or hard rock, the shock absorber plays a direct role in preventing damage to the vegetable transplanter, making the machine durable and having a long service life.
    6. Reduce labor intensity and save labor costs. Manual transplantation is the original method. It is not only inefficient, but also labor-intensive. The distance between transplanted plants is uneven, the depth of transplantation is different, and the quality of transplantation is poor. 3-5 people can only transplant about 3 mu. Using Knapsack Fertilizer Machine can achieve the purpose of high production efficiency, low labor intensity and deep seedling transplanting. The degree and row spacing can be adjusted conveniently, which greatly improves the quality of transplanted seedlings. This machine can transplant 5000 to 8000 plants per hour. The three-headed rice transplanter can transplant more than 100 mu of seedlings every day, which greatly reduces the cost of transplanting. The crops have the same growth and maturity period, which is convenient for field management, increases yield, and improves economic benefits.