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PADDY PANTHER 14

Walk behind rice transplanter.

The PADDY PANTHER 14 from CLAAS will help farmers with the growing labor shortage and costs while simultaneously increasing operational efficiency and yield.

PADDY PANTHER 14

Walk behind rice transplanter.

The PADDY PANTHER 14 from CLAAS will help farmers with the growing labor shortage and costs while simultaneously increasing operational efficiency and yield.

Engine and Transmission.

PADDY PANTHER 14

Economical and environmental friendly.

The efficient 3 HP, 4 cycle air cooled electronic engine provides enough power for comfortable and efficient working even under difficult field conditions. The outstanding fuel efficiency reduces the operational cost as well. Engine has an easy recoil starting system and can be started with a very light pull.

PADDY PANTHER 14

Smoother shifting, better fuel economy.

A unique combination of sliding & constant mesh type gear box and hydraulic pump with two forward and one reverse gear is specially designed and manufactured according to Indian rice transplanting conditions.

Maximum operational speed of 0.7 m/s makes it 20 times more efficient than manual transplanting through laborers and results in more area coverage with less manpower.

With the second gear for transportation the machine can reach a travelling speed of 1.4m/sec to move fast from one field to another.