Sicma Speedy 125 Olive Harvester

Sicma Speedy 125 Olive Harvester

Speedy Olive Harvester

The Sicma Speedy self-propelled harvester that combines agility and power, successfully adopted even in high-density orchard design. Speedy is available with 2 engines, 55 kW (Speedy 90) or 85 kW (Speedy 125). It is a buggy with 2-independent front wheel drive while the rear is idle, for the highest maneuverability. Speedy can work with or without the umbrella. The reverse umbrella has a diameter ranging between 5 and 8 m and the case can hold up to 350 kg of harvested fruit which can be unloaded through a hydraulically controlled trap door at a height of up 2.400 mm…..

Speedy can be equipped with a telescopic standard or with double extension (triplex) arm, with reverse umbrella (standard or balancing), electro-hydraulic joystick.

Sicma Speedy 90-125 Brochure

Specifications

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS SPEEDY 90 SPEEDY 125
ENGINE Diesel, Kubota V3307, (4 cylinders), Turbo Common Rail, STAGE V (3.330 cm3, 55,4 kW) Diesel, Kubota V3800, (4 cylinders), Turbo Common Rail, STAGE IIIB (3.770 cm3, 84,8 kW)
CHASSIS Monoblock in tubulars and sheets. Open cabin and roll-bars
TRANSMISSION Hydrostatic with independent 2-wheel drive and idler rear wheel
CONTROLS Joystick translation and joystick vibration. Service hydraulic levers Joystick translation, Joystick vibration and Electro-hydraulic service joystick
VIBRATING HEAD New Generation at high frequencies, self-centring, self-braking. Two vibrating speeds
PLIER OPENING 55 cm 60 cm
TIRES Front 405 x 70 x 20” – Rear 26 x 12.00 x 12”
SIZE & WEIGHT SPEEDY 90 SPEEDY 125
TOTAL LENGTH 5.200 mm (telescopic arm retracted)
MAX WIDTH 2.280 mm (without reverse umbrella)
CASE CAPACITY (IF EQUIPPED WITH UMBRELLA) 300 kg
UMBRELLA DIAMETER Ø 5, 6, 7, or 8 m
MAX RECOMMENDED UNLOADING HEIGHT 2.250 mm
HYDRAULIC EXTENSION OF THE ARM 1.000 mm (+1.000 mm with triplex arm)
TOTAL WEIGHT (WITHOUT REVERSE UMBRELLA) 3.350 kg 3.525 kg

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