Potting machines from the inventor

November 20, 2020

The "Mayer-Schmiede", whose company had already started in the 19th century, built the first automatic potting machine in 1967. To this day, the name Mayer is indispensable in this segment and builds with the highest quality standards and the machines are known for their durability.
It is well known that high quality has its price. Nevertheless, there is now a compact potting machine at a very affordable price for small and medium-sized ornamental plants (up to 500,000 pots per year with sizes from 5 to 21 cm) and also offers a variety of other automation options that together result in a real production line.
The machine has separation for the processing of round and square pots, the pot sizes and the machine output are infinitely adjustable and the amount of soil supplied can easily be adjusted according to the pot size and hourly output.
Dimensions: 2960/1500/1950 mm approx. 85 cm
Weight: 780 kg
Connection: 400V / 50Hz, 5-pole with 2.05 kW
For more information or individual advice on the right production line for you, please contact us!

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