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.
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.
Richard Sauret explains how the Electrocoup F3010 with DSES safety system saves him time and helps make more cuts possible while pruning his 13,000 vines alone.
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.
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Oregon State University’s (OSU) Wasco extension ran a program on December 11th. Take a look at our photos at Wade & Rufener orchards where hosts Delfino Montpiel and Tim Dahl use our Electrocoup and Powercoup while showing the crowd how to renovate and convert an old open vase Bing/Mazzard orchard to a steep leader. A […]
We have been personally pruning 25 acres of head-trained, spur-pruned zinfandel vines with battery-power shears since 1993. We currently have 4 sets of Electrocoup shears from INFACO-usa.com that are indispensable to our continued operation. We have used or tried both the Felcotronic and Pellenc brands in past years and find the Electrocoup far superior in performance and ease of handling. Of particular importance to us is the recent opening of an INFACO sales and service facility in Northern CA, and of the availability of numerous other implements that work off the same battery packs (we are buying a reciprocating saw and a hedger). Very highly recommended!
— Tom & Tina Maple, Maple Vineyards, Healdsburg, CA
Take a look at this video of one of our clients using Infaco’s power saw to clean up the trunk of this palm tree. Since the head of Infaco’s power saw is small, he was able to get close to the trunk and do precise work to create a polished look. As you can see with the high quality cuts, it’s easy to get this polished look and reduce the likelihood of the palm tree getting infected. With a chain saw it’s not possible to cut each piece without accidentally cutting nearby pieces. Don’t let the small blade head fool you – as you can see, the saw’s powerful Japanese blade is capable of cutting through these large pieces very quickly. This was his first time using our power saw and we were impressed at how fast he was moving!