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Lemken launches self-propelled sprayer


Machinery company Lemken has developed a self-propelled field sprayer, after forming a strategic partnership with a chassis manufacturer in 2017. 

The Lemken Nova will be available from mid-2020 and offers impressive comfort and efficiency, according to the company. It comes with a spacious cab, a chassis with versatile adjustment options, new automatic boom control, tank volumes of 4,800 or 7,200 litres and working widths from 24-39m.

Lemken says particular attention has been paid to creating a comfortable cab, which is essential for long working hours. Sound insulation reduces noise and stress so that operators can focus fully on driving. There is also an option for a Category 4 three-stage air filter system, which creates permanent positive pressure in the cab to prevent fumes from entering. 

Automatic climate control, Bluetooth radio and numerous storage options also help to make work more enjoyable, the company adds. Meanwhile, an air-suspended seat gives operators an excellent view of their surroundings and all controls are ergonomically arranged in the armrest. 

Application technology is controlled by the Lemken MegaSpray on the CCI 800 or CCI 1200 terminal.


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