Targeted purpose of various cultivators models

Differences in the technical characteristics of the manufactured cultivators are explained by their focus on the implementation of a certain range of tasks. With the correct agreement of the existing technical characteristics of the cultivator and planned tasks, the most comfortable work is ensured, as well as the minimization of the cost of acquiring equipment and its maintenance.

The small class of this technique includes compact models of cultivators, designed for work in small areas near the source of electricity. The advantages of this class of technology include simplicity in maneuvering and use, since these cultivators do not have a wide list of operating modes.

Due to the small sizes (the width of the site coverage is about 30 cm), the slight weight and simplicity of maneuvering, with the help of such a cultivator it is convenient to process small beds located near the house.

At the same time, work in medium and large areas when using such a cultivator will be difficult, since a small width of the coverage will require a large number of passages in the site, and, accordingly, a significant time to perform work, and a small depth of loosening (up to 25 cm) several limits the list of crops that can be grown in a area processed using such a technique.

For plots of larger size (with an area of ​​10 to 20 acres), middle -class cultivators are designed, which can be equipped with both electric and gasoline engines. The choice of a particular model will be carried out based on the total area of ​​the site, its remoteness from the source of electricity, as well as the list of required tasks.

Middle -class electric cultivators are an ideal choice for the processing of medium -sized sites. Thanks to the relatively low cost, as well as the moderate cost of operating this type of equipment will ensure a significant savings in the means.

Moreover, most models of electrical cultivators have characteristics, to a certain extent inferior to gasoline models. This feature is partly caused by restrictions on the power of the electric motor in connection with the limits of the throughput of the household electrical network, and partly by the purpose of electrical cultivators mainly for work in relatively small areas where the high engine power is not required to process heavy soils or the use of additional equipment.

Gasoline cultivators have a wider range of motor power, and, accordingly, a large range of technical characteristics. At the same time, the purchase of a gasoline model will be an justified step in the case of using such equipment for work on the site, which does not have the opportunity to connect to the mains.

The use of this type of technology near the house is mainly irrational, since to a certain level of the engine power, the possibilities of electric and gasoline models are identical, and the costs of the gasoline model will be incomparably higher compared to the electric.

Thus, given the nature of the proposed work, you can buy a cultivator in Kyiv, which, with the lowest possible costs, will ensure the possibility of fulfilling existing tasks.