Is your Machinery Ready for the Potato Harvest Season?

Now the Root Crop Harvest Season is upon us it’s time to get your equipment ready for the lifting season.   To make sure your machinery is in the best condition for lifting carrots and potatoes amongst others, it’s important to look at replacing worn parts now rather than risk downtime.  Breakdowns can delay harvesting and cost you more money to carry out repairs, than routinely servicing and replacing your machinery’s key components. 

At Clifton Rubber we offer a wide range of rubber and polyurethane components ideal for potato harvesting machinery.  These include Clod, Haulm and Dahlman Rollers, Sponge Rings and Stars, as well as Cleaning Sponges.  

Potato growers need to know that they are getting the best value for money and can rely on the quality of equipment in which they are investing.

A recent Clifton Rubber customer said: “During our busy harvest season it is vital to fit our equipment with the best wear components to avoid costly breakdowns and maintain equipment efficiency for longer. Breakdowns mean downtime and then we are losing time and money. That’s why we buy from Clifton Rubber as we know that their products are durable and good value for money.”

Haulm Rollers

Clifton Rubber’s range of rubber and polyurethane components are available for use in many aspects of the potato industry, including soil preparation, planting, harvesting, cleaning and packing.  The requirement for product quality, efficiency and value for money is why leading OEMs and growers use Clifton Rubber components in their equipment.

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