PRUNER VESCO A3

Pruner Vesco A3
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Description

These light and compact shears are equipped with considerably shorterblades rotating in an eccentric position in respect to the shear axis.These two features give this tool a much lower cutting effort comparedto the traditional shears for pruning vines. In addition to this,during the pruning, the vine-branch tends to be dragged towards theblade rotating fulcrum preventing it from slipping. There is ashock-absorber and cushion in order to avoid making the handarticulation and muscles tired. The blade unit is made of steel with ahigh carbon content and it is hot forged and tempered with heattreatment ( 58 HRC ). The blade offers an anti-adherent coating thatincreases penetration ( on request ). An inside grease containerlubricates the secateurs constantly. The counter-blade has a sap grooveto wipe dirt away. The blade and the counter-blade play can be adjustedto perfection assuring a clean and precise cut. The alloy aluminiumhandles are lined with anti-slipping rubber.

 

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A1
: ML
: 8,3 in
: 8,4 oz
: 1 in

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1. Clean all the tool parts accurately after the shears are used

2.Lubricate the rotating parts and the spring once a week


3. Check and adjust the blade and counter-blade play. If it is necessary.

a. Lock a n° 17 tube wrench in a vice

b. Fit the central screw hexagonal head into the tube wrench and tighten slightly

c. Use a n° 14 wrench to tighten the central nut

d. Turn the n° 14 wrench and shears simultaneously ( the same way as the arrow ) until the spring is able to open the shears











4. Check all the tightening of all the screws once a week

5. Sharpen the mobile blade when it does not cut properly using VESCO stones - F2, F3

6. When the shear is not used for long periods, protect the steel surfaces with a light film of oil.

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