RA341 Harvester


RA 341

Minimum Inter-row  (to be specified at order confirmation)

115 cm

Harvesting rows


Defoliators alignment

feeler with electro hydraulic sensors

Defoliators standard:

rubber for lower and medium leaves

Engine :**

VM D754 TE3 (TIER 3A)

– cycle / stokes/ cylinders

diesel / 4 / 4 in linea

– total displacement

2.970 cm³

– maximum power

59,8 Kw a 2600 rpm

– maximum torque

274 Nm a 1800 rpm

Total empty ewight:

4400 kg



Brakes :


Wheels :

4 drive wheels with 18” rims – 2 front steering wheel 10,5 R18

Tires (1 st and 2nd axle) :

10,5 R18

Drive  :

reversible hydrostatic drive with forward/reverse lever

Maximum road speed :

20 km/h

Battery :

N°1 – 12 V 145 Ah

Fuel tanck :

Capacity 110 lt


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Automatic one-row (rear-mounted receptacle) machine – Model conceived, manufactured, and patented for the automated harvesting of tobacco leaves.

The RA341 harvester, which operates from 115 cm inter-row width has 4-wheel drive powered by a hydrostatic drive system with wheels that steer only with the front axle.

Machine type-approved for circulating on the road.

The tobacco leaves are picked gradually starting from the lowest and working up-wards, according to maturity, working one row at a time.

The leaves are pulled off the plant as they are struck by spinning rubber spirals on two bars (defoliating unit).

A grate-type defoliator, mounted instead of the two bars, removes the top leaves.

The precision and reliability of the defoliation are guaranteed by special electro-hydraulic sensors that constantly feel and follow the contour of the terrain and the straightness of the rows.

The detached leaves are sent by metal rollers onto vertical conveyor belts that, in turn, lift them toward the storage receptacle, into which they are blown by a continuous flow of air.

The receptacle, situated on the rear part of the machine, may be emptied when full by dumping into trucks for transport.