Rugged and Robust Sprayers
Adopting a new boom system and updated styling, the G Series Condor sprayers from Miller St. Nazianz deliver more productivity. The two models, the G40 and the G75, are powered by Cummins QSB 6.7-liter engines. Since Miller St. Nazianz acquired the technology, the Spray-Air air boom system can be added to the G40 sprayer up to 103' wide and is available in a dual-fan configuration up to 120' wide on the G75. Standard equipment on the G Series sprayers includes cruise control and a remote pump switch. An integrated control panel ground fill station has been developed for the sprayers for simpler operation and a cleaner design. The G Series hood hinges in the front for easy opening and unrestricted access to the engine. The auxiliary light kit has been expanded to include a center section light and two area lamps. Condor sprayers can be outfitted with Raven controllers and precision equipment. A 1,200-gal. poly tank is available as an option on the G40 when the machine is equipped with drop box rear drives. The G75 can be equipped with the new Poclain SmartDrive on-demand front-wheel-assist option.
Contact: Miller St. Nazianz Inc., P.O. Box 127, St. Nazianz, WI 54232; (920) 773-2121; www.millerstn.com
Size, Level and Ready Seedbed
When designing the 7430 VT Plus tillage tool, Landoll sought to build a vertical tillage machine that could anchor residue, have shallow working depths, mix more soil, provide better weed kill across the machine and have the ability to level small ruts. With the gangs set at 10°, the angle combined with the ultrashallow concavity blades provides the lateral movement of soil. The VT Plus is available in 23' to 33' working widths. Finishing attachments feature conditioner reels mounted on the rear.
Contact: Landoll Corporation, 1900 North St., Marysville, KS 66508; (785) 738-6613; www.landoll.com
- November 2009