Allman Spraymaster

With a slim tank design and capacities of 800, 1,000 and 1,200 litres, this new sprayer from Allman Sprayers is based on a hot dipped galvanised chassis and low-density polyethylene tank.

The Chichester-based company also has new rear folding booms in 12m and 15m lengths, hot dipped galvanised and with stainless-steel spray lines.

Adjustable parking legs are intended to assist hitching on and off the tractor, and the sprayer comes complete with clean-water flush tank and hand-wash tank within the overall design of the main tank.

The sprayer’s other features include a range of diaphragm pumps, controls package, chemical induction hopper and storage locker. The tank has internally fitted rotary tank-wash nozzles.

Spraymaster is equipped with the Allman Evenride boom. Designed to maintain the right spraying height, this boom is said to allow faster forward speeds with minimum wear and tear on the boom linkages and structure.


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