Scotts Windrower

SCOTTS INTRODUCES ITS GT170 WINDROWER KIT

One of the UK’s leading manufacturers of vegetable harvesting equipment has launched an innovative conversion kit that allows owners of the GRIMME GT 170 trailed harvester to convert seamlessly to a fully functioning windrower without modifications to the host machine.

Designed in response to local growers where the Grimme GT170 is their preferred choice of harvester, the Scotts GT170 Windrower conversion kit directly replaces the elevator module. As the kit is attached to the harvester through existing elevator fixing points, there is no need to modify the host machine and thus can be returned to its original set up quickly.

Derek Scott, managing director of Scotts Precision Manufacturing says: “Our customer had tried other windrowers but was disappointed with the conveyor design or the performance of the machine in general so asked us if we could think of a way of converting their stock GT170, and this is the result. It wasn’t at all straightforward but we are really proud of how we have been able to create a conversion kit that is easy to mount, easy to use and easy to remove. This is the second machine we have converted for the same grower, the first was a lot lower spec host GT170 with limited cleaning and although performed well in average conditions fell down when 2019’s extreme harvesting conditions began to bite. This second conversion was installed on a much higher performing harvester with a digger web and double separators, even though the conversion kit has only been used locally, it has attracted a lot of interest, and we’ve had several strong enquiries, which tells us it should be a popular addition to our range.”

Scotts’ conversion kit features a 5.3m long cross conveyor that allows the lifted crop to be moved gently over the two rows next to the machine and deposited into the centre of the next pair of rows. The hydraulically powered conveyor can be positioned to discharge on the left or the right of the windrower. The conveyor has five sections and features self-cleaning and a soft low flighted 790mm wide sheeted PVC web.

The conversion kit integrates into the GRIMME control box, with the tip ends controlled by the original elevator swanneck up/down control switches. A separate left or right diverter valve is operated from an in-cab toggle switch within a 4” PVC control box that is held in place with magnets. Scotts has utilised the main elevator section to control the left and right movement of the conveyor. The conveyor belt drives via the original elevator web drive and the toggle switch mounted on the control box.

A maximum of six 36” rows can be lifted without moving the crop twice, which is beneficial to the user when making an opening for the harvester and the trailer. An additional benefit of the new kit is that the offside wheel can remain in its original position as there is no need to dispense the crop into the valley where the wheel runs.

Scotts has ensured that the drop height is as low as possible as both ends of the conveyor feature a hydraulic ram, which allow the tip end to be lowered.

For easy transportation, Scotts has engineered the conveyor in such a way that it can fold up to 90 degrees on each end, bringing the overall width within legal highway limits. Scotts has ensured that the conveyor cannot be folded by mistake by incorporating an electro-hydraulic safety system.

Derek says: “Traditional lifting with multiple 2 row trailed harvesters is becoming less and less attractive. Adverse weather patterns are driving the larger growers towards high cost self propelled tanker harvesters and on occasion chaser trailers to keep conventional trailers out of the rows. Our solution is far more cost effective and gives a second life of a previously expensive harvester by repurposing it. The advantages of windrowing are well known but in summary:

  • Opening up field breaks to avoid “nipping of rows”
  • Opening up the field and headlands create much needed space for following harvester and trailers where tyre choice is no longer an issue
  • Elevator harvester able to load trailers in half the time, potentially reducing trailer numbers
  • Windrower is self sufficient so can start sooner in the day and generally lifts more crop as there is no waiting for trailers
  • Proven to reduce overall damage to the crop by filling the harvester and reducing roll back

The kit, which costs £20,000, comes fully assembled with hydraulic hoses and cables for direct connection to the host harvester. Users have the option of fitting it themselves or asking Scotts or one of its dealers to install the kit for them.

As well as the conversion kit and windrowers, Scotts which was established in 1995, also designs and manufacturers a wide range of haulm toppers and the unique Evolution separator, which quickly and effectively removes stones, clod and loose soil from a wide range of vegetables.

Quaile Machinery

SCOTTS TARGETS IRISH GROWTH WITH NEW DEALER APPOINTMENT

Scotts Precision Manufacturing is aiming for growth in Ireland following the appointment of a new dealer.

The designer and manufacturer of vegetable cleaning and harvesting equipment has followed up the appointment of Yorkshire & Humber and Russell Price Farm Services by adding Quaile Machinery in Ireland to its dealer network.

Operating from its headquarters in Co Dublin, Quaile Machinery will be promoting Scotts’ full range of Trinity haulm toppers, Evolution separators, Microlift fully mounted windrowers, Windrower conversion kits and replacement wearing parts.

Established in 2012 by Kenny Quaile, the company currently represents Pottinger, Kubota, Scanstone, Dewulf and Deutz-Fahr.

As well as selling Scotts’ full range of machinery, Quaile Machinery will be offering servicing and will be the sole importer of Scotts’ spiral roller segments which are suitable for use on GRIMME machines. These popular rollers are a proven and much more affordable replacement for the OEM part.

Since the banning of Diquat, Scotts has seen demand for its toppers double in the past year. Scotts’ managing director, Derek Scott, is expecting a further surge in orders for the 2021 season, with a lot of interest expected in the company’s latest additions to the range.

Scotts made its first topper – the Trinity 22B 2 row haulm topper – 14 years ago. In the last decade, the company has added five other models to compliment the range: which now comprises the Trinity 6000 six-row folding topper, the Trinity 22 Bulb Specific, the Trinity 30B which can work on three 36″ rows or four 30″ rows, the fixed Trinity 36B four x 36” rows and the fixed Trinity 54B 6 x 36” row version both with end tow kits.

The two latest additions to the range: the Trinity 36B four-row topper and the Trinity 54B six-row topper have recently been put through their paces in Scotland and Lincolnshire ahead of a launch in early 2021.

The Trinity 36B features dual drive and a split rotor with centre bearing and has been designed as an affordable high output machine for growers with less than 300 acres.

The Trinity 54B features the same style of drive and rotor as the 36B both come complete with road wheels and drawbar. Itoffers high output, at a lower price point of its flagship Trinity 6000 folding version, which is expected to be very popular.

“We are very excited to be part of the Scotts Precision Manufacturing distribution network,” says Kenny. “Scotts has a strong reputation for manufacturing high performance haulm toppers in the UK. We know they will be popular in Ireland and are looking forward to introducing our customers to the range. As well as selling Scotts Trinity Toppers, Derek and his team are highly experienced in the root crop sector and bring a wealth of knowledge in specialist harvesting and cleaning applications and will be giving us full training so that we can offer servicing to our customers.”

Derek is confident that Irish demand for his toppers will mirror that of England and Scotland. “We know that our topper is incredibly well engineered and offers several features not found on other machines. By having dealers in Scotland and the West of England, we’ve been able to meet the needs of growers who are not within easy travelling distance of our Lincolnshire factory. By working with Quaile Machinery, we are making it really easy for growers in Northern Ireland and Eire to not only to  buy our toppers but receive ongoing after-sales support as well. We’re really excited about this partnership!”

For more information about Scotts, please visit www.scottsuk.com and to contact Quaile Machinery visit https://www.quailemachinery.ie, email sales@quailemachinery.ie or phone 01 810 5911 / 087 6502336.

LARGEST EVER EXPORT ORDER LEAVES SCOTTS FOR CANADA

A UK manufacturer of vegetable harvesting and handling machinery has this month exported its largest-ever order.

Scotts Precision Manufacturing sent 14 Evolution Separators to Allan Potato Equipment Manufacturing Ltd., Canada’s largest designer and manufacturer of potato harvesting equipment.

Before this shipment, the most Evolutions Scotts had supplied in one order was seven. Coincidentally, that order was also placed by Allan.

The Evolutions will be incorporated into Allan’s three and four-row electrically-driven harvesters.

The Allan Four Row electric drive, and the company’s two row drive, were the first of their kind on the market. Allan chose electric drive as it is incredibly efficient, using a lot less power than traditional harvesters. Transmission components have been reduced by almost 80% resulting in a very easy to maintain harvester.

By featuring the Evolution within it, the Allan Harvester sends very little dirt to the warehouse and can load a truck within four minutes, whereas other machines can take up to 12 minutes to perform the same task. The harvesters are also available with a 6000lbs holding hopper and full width separator at the rear.

Scotts manufactured its first Evolution at its factory in Boston, Lincolnshire, in 2005. Since then, more than 700 separators have been sold to farmers and food processors across the UK and around the world.

The Evolutions heading to Allans will be used on potato crops, but the Evolution is capable of gently separating clod, stones, haulm and loose soil from a wide range of vegetables, fruit and alliums, including gourmet potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, onions and bell peppers amongst others.

At the heart of the Evolution is the patented roller design. The two contract rotating rollers work together to gently move the crop across the separator. The movement of the rollers loosens the dirt, which is worked into a valley, where, if soft enough, the debris is crushed and ejected down below the separator.

The latest version of the Evolution features maintenance-free direct-drive motor and gearbox units on each extracting shaft.

A new generation of Polyurethane spiral roller has been developed and integrated into the system. This latest design features large air chambers and a “foam pocket” section that improves the grip on root clusters to reduce blockages.

Protection to the lips from potential stone damage is maintained with the benefit of improved self-cleaning. Instead of the standard main crop spiral rollers with a 10mm tread pattern, less aggressive spiral rollers with a 6mm tread pattern are now an option. The 6mm tread is designed for customers looking to clean small potatoes or where high volumes of haulm and/or leafy material is an issue. The 10mm option continues to be the best option for farmers faced with significant clod problems.

Allan Machinery, which is based in Prince Edward Island, has been working with Scotts for six years, in which time it has purchased 38 Evolutions.

“There are several reasons why we choose to work with Scotts and incorporate the Evolution into our machines,” says Trent Cousins, Partner, Allan Potato Equipment Manufacturing Ltd. “The Evolution has a simple design and is easy to maintain. It also offers gentle crop handling, high capacity and reliability. We also receive excellent service from Derek and his team, which makes a big difference to us and our customers.”

Derek Scott, managing director of Scotts Precision Manufacturing adds:

“2020 is looking like it is going to be one of best ever years, if not our best year! We have seen interest in the Evolution go through the roof in recent months, and we were delighted to receive an order for 14 separators from Trent. It is very much appreciated, and we hope that the Evolutions will help his customers operate more efficiently.”

Established in 1994, Scotts Precision Manufacturing specialises in the design and manufacturing of highly efficient vegetable handling equipment. Its products, such as the Evolution separator, often feature in full handling line solutions supplied by leading manufacturers but can also be retrofitted by farmers looking to upgrade.

SCOTTS SENDS ITS FIRST EVOLUTION TO SOUTH AFRICA

A UK manufacturer of vegetable harvesting and handling machinery has supplied its first to order to South Africa thanks to a recommendation from a Canadian company.

Scotts Precision Manufacturing has sent one of its Evolution separators to Bestbier South Africa after Allan Equipment in Canada recommended the unique machine.

Designed in Boston, Lincolnshire, the Evolution gently separates vegetables from soil and clod and haulm.

The machine that is heading to South Africa will be used by Louis Classen, who farms 200 acres of potatoes in Hartswater in South Africa’s Northern Cape.

Louis purchased the machine from Gouws Prinsloo, Sales Manager for Bestbier South Africa. The Canadian connection comes from Gouws’ brother in law, Danie van Schalkwyk, who is part owner of Allan Equipment in Canada, another of Scott’s customers.

“It really is a small world,” says Derek Scott, managing director of Scotts Precision Manufacturing. “We have been supplying our Evolution separator to Allan Equipment for several years, and it is very popular over there due to the excellent way in which it handles heavy soils. It was very surprising though to get a call from Gouws and to find out that he was involved in farming in South Africa. We’ve sent Evolutions around the globe. They’re in use in France, the United States and Australia, but this is the first time we’ve sent one to South Africa. Hopefully, it will be the first of many as awareness of the Evolution’s capabilities grows.”

Scotts introduced the Evolution 2005 and has since sold over 650 of the separators. The Evolution gently separates clod, stones, haulm and loose soil from a wide range of vegetables, fruit and alliums, including potatoes, gourmet potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, onions and bell peppers amongst others.

“My brother in law has been very impressed with the Evolution and says there’s nothing else like it,” says Gouws. “When we were approached by Louis, who said he was struggling to remove the soil from his crop, the Evolution immediately came to mind. I contacted Danie, who put me in touch with Scotts Precision Manufacturing. Derek was really helpful and has designed a bespoke machine for Louis, which is now in use and doing a great job.”

At the heart of the Evolution is the patented roller design. The two contract rotating rollers work together to gently move the crop across the separator. The movement of the rollers loosens the dirt, which is worked into a valley, where, if soft enough, the debris is crushed and ejected down below the separator.

The latest version of the Evolution features maintenance-free direct-drive motor and gearbox units on each extracting shaft.

A new generation of Polyurethane spiral roller has been developed and integrated into the system. This latest design features large air chambers and a “foam pocket” section that improves the grip on root clusters to reduce blockages.

Protection to the lips from potential stone damage is maintained with the benefit of improved self-cleaning. Instead of the standard main crop spiral rollers with a 10mm tread pattern, less aggressive spiral rollers with a 6mm tread pattern are now an option. The 6mm tread is designed for customers looking to clean small potatoes or where high volumes of haulm and/or leafy material is an issue. The 10mm option continues to be the best option for farmers faced with significant clod problems.

The 1.5m wide Evolution in use at Louis’ farm features six rollers with electric drive.

Trinity 30B

TWO NEW TOPPERS COMPLETES SCOTTS 2020 LINE-UP

Ten years since introducing its first haulm topper, Scotts has this month launched two new machines, making its range the most comprehensive available.

Scotts’ first topper – the Trinity 22B 2 row haulm topper – has over the years been joined by the Trinity 6000 six row folding topper, Trinity 22 Bulb Specific flower bulb version and the Trinity 30B, which can work on three 36″ rows of four 30″ rows.

This month, Scotts unveiled the Trinity 36B four row topper and the Trinity 54B. The company also announced plans for an 8 and nine row models, which will be available in 2021.

The Trinity 36B features dual drive and a split rotor with centre bearing and has been designed as an affordable high output machine for growers with less than 300 acres.

The second new machine – the Trinity 54B – features the same style of drive and rotor as the 36B but comes complete with road wheel and drawbar. Scotts introduced the 54B model to offer a high output, six row topper, at a lower price point of its flagship Trinity 6000 folding version.

“We believe that by launching these two models and announcing that our development work on an eight and nine row version has reached its final stage, we have the broadest range of toppers in the UK,” says Derek Scott, managing director. “We know just how challenging things are at the moment and with the banning of diquat, growers have had to adjust to a mechanical destruction method. The Trinity 36B has been designed to come in at a really affordable price point and is the answer to numerous enquiries from people looking for the best of British but at a lower cost.

“As we want to offer a topper to suit every enquiry, we’ve also managed to create a six row topper, that by not having the folding feature, comes in at price point below the flagship Trinity 6000. We think it is a very attractive offer for people looking for a high quality fixed topper.

“The final pieces of the jigsaw are our eight and nine row toppers, and we’re delighted to say that pre-orders are now being taken and that we are hoping that LAMMA 2021 goes ahead so that we can officially launch the machine there.”

All Scotts’ toppers feature front and rear LED side lights and quick change flails for reduced downtime. The toppers offer a broad range of cutting heights and come with static shear plates that provide a “mulching” effect. Scotts has included a replaceable steel inner liner that offers excellent hood protection and the largest variation of flail lengths of any topper currently available. A brand new feature – hydraulic steering – is now available across the range and essential for hillside work.

Six bed topper

SCOTTS APPOINT RUSSELL PRICE FARM SERVICES TO SUPPORT WEST OF ENGLAND GROWTH

Scotts Precision Manufacturing has extended its distribution network with the appointment of a new sales and service agent to cover the West of England.

The Boston manufacturer of vegetable harvesting equipment formally appointed Russell Price Farm Services this month.

Based in Herefordshire, Russell Price Farm Services will be offering Scotts’ range of Trinity toppers, Microlift Pro fully mounted windrowers and harvesters

“We’ve known the team at Russell Price Farm Services for several years and have worked with them on an ad-hoc basis. In the last couple of years, we’ve seen a rise in enquiries from their part of the world, and as we struggle a little bit to get out to customers in the West of England, a more formal relationship makes sense,” says Derek Scott, managing director of Scotts Precision Manufacturing. “We’re really looking forward to working with them.”

Russell Price Farm Services was established in 1991 and today focuses on contracting, farming and machinery sales, including Scanstone, Sumo, Spearhead Machinery, Guttler, Pichon and Broughan Trailers ranges.

“The banning of Diquat has sparked a dramatic increase in toppers,” says Richard Young, sales manager at Russell Price Farm Services. “The Scotts Trinity range of toppers is by far the best on the market, and we’re delighted to be able to represent them in this part of the world.”

Scotts’ range of toppers currently comprises three models: the Trinity 22B two-row topper; Trinity 30B three-row and Trinity 6000 six-row folding version.

The Trinity 22B two-row topper offers the highest transmission rating in the country and is complemented by the 30B, which has a 300cm cutting width, capable of handling either three 90cm or four 75cm rows.

All Scotts’ 2020 toppers feature new front and rear LED side lights and quick change flails for reduced downtime. The toppers offer a broad range of cutting heights and come with static shear plates that provide a “mulching” effect. Scotts has included a replaceable steel inner liner that offers excellent hood protection and the largest variation of flail lengths of any topper currently available.

The appointment of Russell Price Farm Services to cover the West of England follows a recent announcement that Scotts was working closely with Yorkshire & Humber to provide service and support to customers in the North of England.

For more information about Scotts, please visit www.scottsuk.com and to contact Russell Price Farm Services visit https://www.rpfs.co.uk.

SCOTTS APPOINTS YORKSHIRE & HUMBER AS GROWTH CONTINUES

Scotts Precision Manufacturing used its recent Open Day to announce the appointment of Yorkshire and Humber Ltd to support customers in North Lincolnshire and Yorkshire.

The Beverley-based agricultural machinery specialists will supply both Scotts whole goods and parts and undertake servicing and maintenance for users of Scotts’ toppers, windrowers and Evolution separators.

The appointment of Yorkshire and Humber was triggered by Scotts enjoying a record-breaking 2019 and having a substantial number of orders for 2020 machines, both of which were celebrated at the Open Day.

More than 100 customers, suppliers and friends attended Scotts’ Open Day, which was staged to celebrate the company’s 25th anniversary and the completion of a £325,000 extension of its factory on the outskirts of Boston, Lincolnshire.

As well as tours of the new 12,500 square foot factory and product demonstrations, visitors were treated to a hog roast and took part in several games, raising £250 for the Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance.

“It was great to welcome so many of our customers and friends to Slate Worx and to be able to show them around,” said Derek Scott, managing director of Scotts Precision Manufacturing. “The Open Day was a great success and seemed to be the ideal time to announce our partnership with Yorkshire and Humber.

“We had a fantastic 2019 and a tremendous start to 2020. The banning of Diquat has driven people to consider alternative methods of chopping haulm. As a result, we’ve seen a significant increase in interest in our toppers. We’ve also sold more Evolutions than ever before.

“We want to ensure that as we continue to grow our high level of customer service and support continues. That’s why we decided to appoint Yorkshire and Humber. They really know their stuff, and we’re providing full training on our range so that they will be able to sell spare parts and also undertake servicing and maintenance on our behalf. We think it will be good news for our current customers and potential ones in North Lincolnshire and Yorkshire.”

Yorkshire & Humber Ltd is an agricultural machinery dealership focused on root crop machinery and crop spraying technology, including granular and liquid applications. As well as Scotts, the company is already a sales and service partner for Agrifac UK, ScanStone, Horstine and Chafer precision applicators.

“We’ve known Derek for many years. We know that Scotts offer a fantastic range of machines, all incredibly well made and highly effective in the field. We are delighted to be working with them and will be doing our very best to support growers in our area,” says Neil Jackson, Sales and Service at Yorkshire & Humber Ltd.

For information about Scotts, the Trinity range of toppers and Evolution separator, please visit www.scottsuk.com, email sales@scottsuk.com or call 01205 270 128.

SCOTTS OPEN DAY TO CELEBRATE 25 YEAR ANNIVERSARY AND £325,000 FACTORY EXPANSION

SCOTTS OPEN DAY TO CELEBRATE 25 YEAR ANNIVERSARY AND £325,000 FACTORY EXPANSION

A Lincolnshire designer of vegetable harvesting machinery will officially open its new production facility at the end of February.

Scotts Precision Manufacturing is staging an Open Day on 28th February and is inviting existing and potential customers and suppliers to have a look round its new 12,500 square feet factory on the outskirts of Boston.

The company, which is best known for its range of class-leading haulm toppers and the Evolution separator, has invested over £325,000 in the project, which has seen the company double the size of its manufacturing area.

With support from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Lindsey Action Zone LEADER Fund, Scotts has added new office space, storeroom and paint shop to its Eastville site.

As well as showing people around the new factory and providing an overview of its product range, Scotts will also be treating visitors to a hog roast as it celebrates its 25th year in business.

“Over the last five years we’ve seen demand for our toppers and Evolution separator grow significantly,” says Derek Scott, managing director of Scotts. “We were struggling for space and extending the factory was the only way we could see us continuing to deliver machines on time. It’s been really enjoyable to see the build develop and we’d like to thank the team at East Lindsey District Council and the LEADER grant for helping us turn our dreams into a reality. The new factory is really helping us and we’re pleased to say that orders continue to come in for both the toppers and the Evolution, which is fantastic. We’re looking forward to thanking our customers at the end of the month and showing them around our new home!”

Derek started the business 25 years ago, initially to service and trade potato machinery.

Scotts’ focus moved quite quickly from maintaining farm equipment to designing and manufacturing a range of machines. Scotts’ range of four toppers is used during the harvesting of potatoes to remove the haulm from the crop.

Scotts’ innovative Evolution separator quickly and effectively removes stones, clod and loose soil from a wide range of vegetables.

More recently, Scotts has worked with Lincolnshire County Council to develop an innovative verge harvester. The giant machine which is connected to a conventional tractor allows grass cutting contractors to collect grass clippings from roadsides. The clippings are then sent to AD Plants, where they are converted into energy.

For further information about Scotts, please visit www.scottsuk.com and if you’d like to attend the company’s open day, email sales@scottsuk.com.

Six bed topper

SCOTTS PRECISION MANUFACTURING TO CELEBRATE BEST OF BRITISH AT LAMMA 2020

A Union Jack branded six-bed Trinity Topper is to take centre stage on Scotts Precision Manufacturing’s stand at LAMMA 2020 as the company celebrates the best of British.

The vegetable handling equipment manufacturer will add the custom livery to the machine as part of its 25th birthday celebrations.

As well as showing LAMMA visitors the six-bed Trinity Topper, Scotts will also be unveiling plans for an eight and nine-bed version of the Trinity.

Scotts enjoyed a record year for topper sales in 2019 and orders for 2020 are already 100% up year on year.

Designed and built in the UK, Scotts’ range of toppers is one of the most comprehensive available.

The Trinity 22B two-bed topper, which offers the highest transmission rating in the country, is complemented by the 30B, which offers a 300cm cutting width, capable of handling either three 90cm or four 75cm rows. Launched in late 2019, Scotts six-bed topper completes the current range.

All Scotts’ 2020 toppers will feature new front and rear LED side lights and quick change flails for reduced downtime. The toppers offer a broad range of cutting heights and come with static shear plates that provide a “mulching” effect. Scotts has included a replaceable steel inner liner that offers excellent hood protection and the largest variation of flail lengths of any topper currently available.

“We know how difficult farming has been in Britain over the last couple of years. We also know how hard our customers are working, so we thought we’d celebrate that attitude and commitment by celebrating the best of British,” says Derek Scott, managing director of Scotts Precision Manufacturing. “As well as having our Best of British topper on show at LAMMA, we’re also running a special competition giving people the chance to win a Best of British Hamper. As we’re celebrating our 25th year in business, we’ve sourced 25 products that we think represent the best in Britain and they’re all in the hamper that’s up for grabs! Of course, there’s Lincolnshire Plum Bread and Lincolnshire Poacher cheese in there, but there’s also some cracking Batemans bitter brewed only a short distance away from our factory, Melton Mowbray Pork Pie and a bottle of Pin Gin from Louth in there too!”

As well as the Best of British topper, Scotts will also be showing visitors to its stand the 2020 Evolution, which is now available in stainless steel, with keyless SEW motor drives for guaranteed easy replacement and new spiral segments, as Scotts looks to increase the number of machines operating in high care environments and food processing factories.

Introduced by Scotts in 2005 the Evolution separates clod, stones, haulm and loose soil from a wide range of vegetables, fruit and alliums, including potatoes, gourmet potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, onions and bell peppers amongst others.

At the heart of the Evolution is the patented roller design. The two contract rotating rollers work together to gently move the produce across the table. The movement of the rollers loosens the dirt, which is worked into a valley, where, if soft enough, the debris is crushed and ejected down below the separator.