British maker Househam has released its most appealing self-propelled sprayer to date, the Harrier, and it comes standard with Househam’s Total Machine Control (TMC) V3 and the FieldMaster GPS advanced on-board operating system and terminal.
Weighing in at 8,500kg unladen, the Harrier is designed on a single-piece chassis with oscillating A-frame axles on the front and rear, with the aim to optimise the ride experience and gain better overall weight distribution.
It retains the same MTU Tier 4, six-cylinder engine from the outgoing Merlin that delivers 177kW (240hp) MTU that was in the outgoing Merlin. This is coupled with a 300-litre fuel tank.
The Harrier will be offered with a choice of twin fold or triple fold booms from 24, 30, 32 and up to 36m in width, as well as fully variable geometry boom levelling, self-levelling suspension and an air ride load sensing suspension system.
There are three product tanks of either 4,000, 5,000 or 6,000-litres with the smallest variant coming in fibreglass while the larger 5,000 and 6,000-litre tanks are stainless steel.
Standard equipment and worthwhile options include Househam’s Auto Nozzle Select (ANS) system designed for constant and accurate application. This is topped off with Househam’s automatic hands-free steering Spray Pilot system and Intelligent Transmission System to regulate maximum speed.
The Excalibur cab on the Harrier provides maximum visibility and a comfortable operating environment with a whole range of functions controlled from one easy-to-use touchscreen console, including application rate control, engine management, diagnostics, hydrostatic drive control, mapping and auto-section control.
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