MAKIZANMAI's Main body

Recommended for those who already have the Electric wheelbarrow four-wheel drive 

Who need be attached to a wheelbarrow
※Please bring your own tools for fixing

Installation type Makizanmai

Features of MAKIZANMAI

When the battery is fully charged, continuous operation for about 10 hours of fertilizer spreading work can be performed.

991.74㎡ takes about 15 minutes [* measured by our company], achieving speedy work.

Features of Makizanmai

Spread over a wide area

Depending on the size and weight of the fertilizer grains, the power of the electric rotary plate can spread the fertilizer evenly over an area of about 5 meters.

Features of Makizanmai

No need to carry heavy fertilizer

The spreader has a capacity of 60 liters and can spread a lot of fertilizer at once. It is easy to replenish during work, leading to a reduction in labor.

Features of Makizanmai

Save effort

Cargo bed MAX loading within 60kg,reduce supplementing fertilizer shorten the time.

Features of Makizanmai

Can easily adjust the spread width

The speed of the rotating plate that scatters fertilizer is adjustable.It can be adjusted steplessly with the dial by yourself.You can change the spread amount and spread width according to the fertilizer you want to spread.
※In the case of KT-603EL, the spread width specification is about 5.5m[196.85inch].

Use LiFePO4 battery

lithium iron phosphate battery
lithium iron phosphate battery
Dimensions Width 150* Depth 210* Thickness 40 mm
Weight about 1.5KG
Capacity 48,000mAh/153Wh
Charging time about 4 hours
Battery Cycle Life about 1000 times
  • USB TypeA
  • USB TypeA [QC3.0]
  • USB TypeC
  • DC12V/15A
  • special charger
  • DC
  • USB TypeC

About fertilizer

Due to the design of the spread container, some fertilizer will remain at the bottom.

A small amount of fertilizer will remain on the bottom of the container
※Sometimes clog

Do not spread objects that clump together with your hands or that contain water.

Fertilizer does not fall to the bottom and cannot be spread

Fertilizer clogging up