An industrial weeding machine is used to remove unwanted plants from a wide variety of industrial settings. This includes farms, greenhouses, nurseries, and other agricultural industries. The machine uses cutting blades to cut the plants down to a specific size. After they are cut, the machines carry out the weeding process using a combination of jets and razor-sharp discs.
Weeding machines are known for their sharp blades, so it’s no surprise that they can cause injuries. In fact, weeding machines are one of the most common sources of occupational injuries in the United States.
Weeding machines typically have three types of blades- a blade that cuts the stems, a blade that cuts the leaves, a cultivation blade discs, and a blower to help clear debris. The blades on weeding machines can be very sharp and can easily cut through skin.
Injuries from weeding machines typically occur when people are cutting stems too close to the ground or when they’re reaching for something else and their hand gets caught in the machine. Other injuries can occur if someone falls off of a ladder while weeding, or if they hit their head on a metal part of the machine.
Weeding machines, like other agriculture tools, can be dangerous if not used properly. If you’re injured by a weeding machine, don’t hesitate to seek medical attention and contact a lawyer to help you recover compensation.