Suryanirbhar Electric Brush cutter
A hand-held brush cutter efficiently removes tall grass and scrubs on all kinds of terrain it offers very good maneuvering around your crops. It is a piece of must-have equipment for alternate de-weeding.
The Brushcutter can operate even where the row spacing is less than 1 ft. It is powered by BLDC motors which can be driven by the user’s choice of power (Lithium-Ion battery / Solar / Grid). It has a backpack and hence the weight is evenly distributed and can be easily carried around the farm, it is women-friendly, has low noise and vibration, and can be used for the inter-row operation.
Power : 2HP
Standard Attachments: Blade, Rope
Extra attachments: Tiller, Weeder
Electric Single wheel Weeder
De-weeding and maintaining your farm is now easy with Suryanirbhar De-weeder. It is perfect device for inter-row operations especially for maintaining less than 3 acres of land.
The De-weeder can operate even where the row spacing is less than 1 ft. It is powered by BLDC motors which can be driven by the user’s choice of power (Lithium-Ion battery / Solar / Grid).
Best suited for Crops : Maize, Soybean, Groundnut and other field crops
Row spacing : 9in to 18in
Easy to maneuver, women-friendly, low noise and vibration, and can be used for Inter-row Weeding and Ridging
Electric Double-Wheel Single-row Weeder
0Simple and easy solution for Tilling, Ridging, Inter-cultivating, De-weeding, Spraying, etc.
It is a strong, efficient, lightweight, and versatile tiller for multi-functional usage. It is powered by BLDC motors which can be driven by the user’s choice of power (Lithium-Ion battery / Solar / Grid).
It can easily perform activities on all textures of soil on the farm, is easy to maneuver, is women-friendly has low noise and vibration and can be used for the inter-row operations.
Best suited for Crops : Vegetables, Pulses like Tur dal, Channa dal etc., Flowers.
Row spacing : 18in to 24in
Testimonials & Clients
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As a farmer, I witnessed that most of the farm activities are done using engine-driven machines. It was saddening for me to see that my neighboring farmers who have been using these machines that have high vibration consistently for many years are now suffering from Paralysis. I also realized that for one of the most critical activities, Deweeding, since there are no low-cost and effective methods, farmers have no other alternative than using herbicides. But there is a great health risk associated and also it also leads to soil infertility. Scientific studies found that the chemical causes rare kidney disease and Pancreatic cancer.
On Witnessing the pain that the women farm laborers are going through on my farm for weed removal and similar activities, reluctant to use machines, I felt the strong need to mechanize these activities in a simple, easy-to-use manner. This led to Suryanirbhar and we have the vision to empower women and farmers by building simple low-power agri-implements suitable for Indian farms.
Women farmers in India work double the hours their male counterparts put into farming. If they had access to productive and efficient resources and the right mechanization to help them, they could increase the yields by 20 to 30%.
- We don’t really have a good mechanization for inter-crop operations today
- The operational costs of existing engine driven m/c are as high as 4000 Rs. per crop cycle per acre for a crop for post-sowing activities.
- These diesel machines are bulky and women refuse to use these, 80% of Indian agri workforce being women, the efficiency of majority of workforce goes really low.
- Today Farmers have to buy different machines for different farm activities so their expenditure would go high
In 2012, a farmer had just started his tiller to prepare the soil to sow sugarcane crop on the fateful morning of December 2, when his leg got stuck in the tiller, snatching the life out of him.
IN 2019, a 15-year-old boy was killed after being caught under a tractor’s rotavator in Uttar Pradesh’s Ghazipur district
Stress and fatigue have been identified as key causes of agricultural accidents, according to researchers.
The University of Aberdeen team found that “lapses in situation awareness” related to stress and fatigue were the main contributors.
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