Product Profiles: Sprayers

Product Showcase: Sprayers

SpraCoupe 4000

AGCO has another option for producers of high-value vegetable crops in its SpraCoupe 4000 Series self-propelled sprayer. The unit is powered by a Perkins 125-horsepower diesel engine and comes with a choice of a manual or 5-speed automatic transmission. Equipped with a 400-gallon tank and lightweight 60- or 80-foot boom options, the sprayer is towable for a one-person application. A 60/80 boom also is available. Boom height adjustment from 9 inches to 80 inches and adjustable track widths from 72 inches to 120 inches help match the sprayer to your cropping program. Optional equipment and features, such as crop shields and various tire choices work in tandem to minimize crop damage. A large front window, sloping hood, and center seat enhance operator comfort and visibility.

For more information, visit www.applylikeapro.com.

Case IH Patriot 3230

Designed with mid- and large-sized producers in mind, Case IH introduces its new entry in the 800-gallon sprayer segment, the Patriot 3230 sprayer. Featuring a 220-horsepower Case IH engine and variable hydrostatic drive system, coupled with an optimal weight distribution, the Patriot 3230 sprayer maximizes horsepower to the ground and minimizes field compaction and rutting. Operators can choose from either a stainless steel or poly product tank with either 2- or 3-inch product fill lines and a choice of 60/90- or 60/100-foot booms. Optional packages include a deluxe or luxury cab option, AFS AccuGuide autoguidance, AccuBoom automatic boom section control, AutoBoom automatic boom height control, and the AIM Command spray system.

For more information, visit www.caseih.com.

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