Boom times for Case IH Patriot Sprayers

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Case IH will offer greater boom control following an upgrade of the two larger models in its Patriot Sprayer range

Boom times for Case IH Patriot Sprayers
There are a few changes to Patriot 4330s and 3330s in the Australian market.

 

The two larger models in Case IH’s Patriot sprayer range will offer chassis pitch and roll sensing in their 2020 models, the company has announced.

Case IH will introduce the latest version of Raven’s AutoBoom height control suite of products to new models of the Patriot 3330 and 4330 sprayer, with only the smaller 2230 unchanged.


Watch us pitch the Case Patriot 4430 against a 20-year-old Goldacres Crop Cruiser in our Sprayer Showdown on Mighty Machines here


Other features of the new system include simultaneous ground and canopy detection; lighter and smaller sensors; and smoother movement and what Case IH says is a quicker reaction time compared to other systems on the market.

The 4430 will also now come with a stainless steel 6000L product tank as standard as well as the option of a 41m boom, an upgrade from the current 36.5, self-centring model, which the company says will better suit controlled traffic farming (CTF) systems.

Alyx Selsmeyer, Case IH Australia/New Zealand product manager for the Patriot Sprayer range, says the upgrades will allow for greater levels of boom control and protection.

"All of these changes have been driven by feedback from the Australian market, which is something we’re very proud of," she says.

"This ensures the latest Patriots offer what local farmers are looking for in a self-propelled sprayer and are ideally suited to the demands of local conditions," Alyx said.

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