SPRAYERS

CROPLANDS

ROGATOR 1100C | 1300C SELF PROPELLED

This drive system practically runs itself. From the tractor management system (TMS) to the AWD SmartDrive
, the core productivity drivers of this
machine continuously work in the background, with virtually no input or management from you. The TMS automatically increases engine RPM when
more power is needed, and reduces RPM when the running is easier. AccuCruise™ and shuttle speed controls work to achieve specific speed
settings at the touch of a button, freeing the operator to focus on quality application. At the end of the day, you’ll see unprecedented productivity,
thrifty fuel consumption and a less-fatigued operator.
ENHANCED HYDROSTATIC BRAKING
The advanced anti-lock braking system
(ABS) prevents skids and lock-ups for more
controlled stopping.
OPTIONAL HILL-CLIMB PACKAGE
Australia has some of the steepest, most
rugged terrain in agriculture. The RoGator C
Series has a package for that.
TURN-COMPENSATED WHEEL SPEED
Control wheel speed independently at each
wheel, so the machine can drive the outside
wheels faster in tight turns. This creates less
soil disruption and less crop damage.
QUICK FAMILIARITY
Functional operation is similar to other
cutting-edge AGCO
®
equipment, so operators
can easily move between machines.
AWD SmartDrive
ALL-WHEEL TRACTION CONTROL. ALL THE TIME.
SmartDrive, standard on every machine, continuously
and independently controls each wheel, so each wheel
always gets all the torque it needs, when it needs it.
Wheel slip is automatically countered by sending more
power to the gripping wheels, while managing the
slipping wheel to regain traction.

WEEDIT 4000 I 6000 OPTICAL SPOT SPRAYING

CROPLANDS CONTOUR FOLLOWING BOOM

Heavy duty hydraulic fold 18 metre, 24 metre, 30 metre, 32 metre and 36 metre trailing contour-following booms, designed to handle Australia’s challenging broadacre farming conditions. Some models may have road transport speed limitations. The hydraulically steered inner boom wheels control the folding and unfolding of the boom, this is also a pivot point for the boom to contour follow. In total there are five different plains that the boom and sensors can operate at to mirror the contours as accurately as possible. The sensors will achieve the lowest possible spray rate per hectare and effectively target small grasses when the boom height is maintained, with only small variations in height. New responsive gas air ride suspension on all boom wheels is custom engineered for Croplands WEEDit. This helps to maximise sensor effectiveness by controlling compression and rebound to allow the sensor a smooth ride for superior detection. The responsive gas air ride suspension also absorbs vibration to reduce metal fatigue and improve longevity.

SENSOR SPACING AND ROW CROP SPRAYING

Traditionally WEEDit sensors are positioned at 1 metre spacings along the length of the boom. This spacing can be adapted to 40″ to meet the needs of row cropping or matching tillage equipment based on imperial measurements. Regardless of sensor spacing, there are five nozzles per sensor positioned at 20cm spacings. Close nozzle spacings are a major advantage in penetrating stubbles such as sorghum and also minimising shading.

NOZZLE SELECTION

The standard 40 degree flat even fan nozzle provides a course droplet spectrum and provides great coverage for broad leaf weeds in a warm summer weed spraying environment. Cone nozzles can be used for larger targets where non systemic chemicals are used in a strategy to avoid the over use of glyphosate. The cone nozzle provides the advantage of spraying forwards and rearwards at an angle enhancing penetration. Full cone spray patterns aim for complete plant coverage. Coverage is king with contact chemicals.

IN-CAB HYDRAULIC FOLDING BOOM

Unlike other wheeled booms it is hydraulically controlled from the cab, to allow for quick and effortless folding and unfolding of the boom, from transport position to field operation

PEGASUS 5000 | 6000 | 8000 TRAILED BOOMSPRAYS

The Pegasus range of trailed sprayers are available with 21 to 36 metre booms featuring the unique parallelogram boom lift and superior hydraulic accumulator suspension which maximizes boom spraying stability, increases broadacre spraying accuracy and dramatically improves boom life. UV and chemical spraying resistant polyethylene tanks are available in 5000, 6000 and 8000 sizes. These sprayers are made to superior quality.
FEATURES OF THE BROADACRE PEGASUS SPRAYER INCLUDE:

  • All spray equipment controls and filters for filling, flushing, chemical induction and hand washing are mounted on a central control panel which is clearly marked for quick, easy, accessible operation.
  • MT3405 3 section or optional 5 section fully automatic sprayer controller for increased spraying accuracy.
  • Single non drip nozzle bodies complete with Airmix 11002 nozzles fitted standard.
  • The large platform area of agricultural sprayers gives easy access to all filling and cleaning functions making the Pegasus a pleasure to operate.
  • The strong, wide rail chassis design maximises strength, stability and durability of the spraying equipment.
  • The adjustable hitch allows operators to match tractor and sprayer drawbar height for less wear and tear on the PTO universals, along with correct weight distribution.
  • Dual Supaflow agitators give high capacity agitation to mix the most demanding chemicals.
  • A large 60 litre Chem-e-flush hopper is fully integrated to the trailed sprayer’s control system. Optional chemical suction probe and Chem Traveller complete with Micromatic drum fittings are available. Optional electro magnetic filling flowmeter system also available.
  • A 30 litre fresh water tank is fitted for operator safety.
  • Electric motorised valves with 1” servo valve and rapid-check flowmeter. Electric dump valve standard. 3 section controller standard (5/7 section optional) ensuring constant spray rate, even with changing terrain and speed variations.
  • Large 340 litre flushing tank with integrated sprayer rinsing device and filled from control panel.
  • The large AR185 Diaphragm Pump gives reliable, high performance, minimal service and minimum downtime. Max. output 180 L/min, and max. Pressure 2000 kPa (284 psi) Optional 250 L/min pump available. Series 4 PTO drive is standard. Hydraulic drive pump options are available.

PINTO 3000 | 4000 TRAILED BOOMSPRAYS

GETTING THE JOB DONE

The Pinto works in a wide range of crop and pasture applications to ensure efficient, accurate, safe, easy, economic and timely spraying operations – even in difficult terrain.

  • 2000, 3000 and 4000 litre tank options
  • 275 litre fresh water flush tank
  • 16–24 metre hydraulic boom options
  • Generous 160 L/min diaphragm pump
  • Hydraulic accumulator boom suspension
  • Big single wheels for less compaction
  • Height adjustable hitch and swivel eye drawbar, to optimise weight distribution and balance

THE PINTO 3000 REPRESENTS CROPLANDS PHILOSOPHY:ROBUST DESIGN AND GENEROUS DIMENSIONS RESULT IN UNMATCHED DURABILITY.

  • Generous 160 L/min diaphragm pump for plenty of volume for superior agitation and water rate flexibility
  • Hydraulic accumulator boom suspension for cushioned boom ride
  • Big single wheels (30”or 42”) fitted to heavy duty axle with less compaction and less crop damage
  • Height adjustable hitch and swivel eye drawbar to optimise weight distribution and balance
  • Heavy duty epoxy-powder coated frame to increase chemical resistance and durability

THE PINTO 4000 OFFERS PEGASUS STYLING WITH PINTO PRACTICALITY. MODERN STYLING AND ROBUST DESIGN, RESULTING IN UNMATCHED PERFORMANCE.

  • Generous 160 L/min diaphragm pump plenty of volume for superior agitation and water rate flexibility
  • Hydraulic accumulator boom suspension for cushioned boom ride
  • Big single wheels (30”or 42”) fitted to heavy duty axle with trailing arm rubber mount suspension for less compaction and less crop damage
  • Height adjustable hitch and swivel eye drawbar to optimise weight distribution and balance
  • Heavy duty epoxy-powder coated frame to increase chemical resistance and durability
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