What’s better than the Triminator Buckmaster? Two Buckmasters!
The Triminator Buckmaster Pro is an upgrade from the Triminator’s Buckmaster. It features two (2) Buckmasters so you can double your output every hour. Still using USA and Germany drive components, the Buckmaster produces high amounts of torque and speed to process 300 pounds of cannabis in an hour.
The Buckmaster Pro is capable of producing power-on-demand so you can strip stems up to 3/4 inches in diameter without any problems. Set the speed of the motor with the Infinite Speed Adjustment, to match every situation.
Featuring interchangeable plates, set your Buckmaster Pro to handle both wet and dry harvests at the same time. The Buckmaster Pro is made of quality stainless steel and aluminum components, making it ready for GMP facilities. It complies with the highest safety standards with the Emergency Stop and Lockout-Tagout compliant system.
Easy to clean, the Buckmaster Pro uses IP65 rated components, making them dust-proof and waterproof. It requires no special tools for setup or takedown.
The USA and Germany Drive components let the Buckmaster Pro process up to 300 pounds of cannabis in an hour.
The Buckmaster Pro can muster power for non-stop bucking. Infinite speed adjustment lets the bucker adapt to the rigors of the job.
The Buckmaster Pro can de-stem wet and dry cannabis at the same time, thanks to the interchangeable harvest plates.
The Buckmaster Pro uses stainless steel and aluminum parts, and is GMP-compliant.
With an adjustable height, the Buckmaster easily adapts to your other machines in your facility for a seamless transition.
The Buckmaster Pro has an Emergency Stop and Lockout-Tagout ready system to uphold the highest occupational safety standards.
The Buckmaster Pro uses no tools so you can set up and take down in seconds. The bucker uses IP65-certified components so you can hose it down after use.
|AC Voltage||120 V|
Triminator offers a 1-year warranty. This warranty does not cover operator error or abuse. All sales final.
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