Chuck Parker of Cornerstone Pines shows us how to use the F3015 Electrocoup to quickly prune Christmas trees to improve productivity and eliminate repetitive motion injuries. Infaco clients notice a minimum 25% increase in productivity and an immediate drop-off in carpal tunnel related symptoms. Demonstrated: basal pruning on Meyer Spruce, White Pine pruning, and pruning off competitive leaders on Frasiers.
Want more? Check out this video with a hazelnut farmer who does all her own pruning and suckering even after double carpal tunnel surgery thanks to Infaco’s Electrocoup shear.
Pruning with manual shears and loppers really took a toll on Phyllis Morris’s hands, wrists, and arms. In 2007 (after double-carpal tunnel surgery) she made the switch to Infaco’s incredibly light and powerful Electrocoup shear. Since then Phyllis has seen her own efficiency double and has seen so many other benefits too. We’re so proud to be able to help people like Phyllis keep doing what they love to do!
To see Phyllis in action, check out how she does her suckering and summer pruning in this follow-up video.
Listen to the owner of DeRose Vineyard explain how they use Infaco’s Electrocoup F3010 and the EPAv2 desuckering tools to increase productivity and worker comfort and safety.
Why does Larry Smyth of Carriage Vineyards like his F3010 Electrocoup pruning shear? Maybe it’s the 20% increase in productivity and less wasted time re-training crews….!
The owner of Fox Lee Orchards in Walnut Grove, CA describing how Infaco’s F3010 battery-operated pruning shears have led to a 35% increase in labor efficiency, helped him take care of his workers, and get more accurate cuts.