HARDI launches new Saritor 7000 sprayer

HARDI Australia has launched its latest self-propelled sprayer, the Saritor 7000 Mallee Edition.
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HARDI's latest self-propelled sprayer is the sleek-looking Saritor 7000 Mallee Edition. Image courtesy HARDI.

Staff writer

The 7000 litre sprayer was unveiled this week at HARDI's head office in Adelaide where the machine was also designed.

The next-generation SARITOR 7000 has a new look including black, laser cut-grill with integrated LED light bar, infinitely variable four-wheel drive via a hydrostatic transmission and is powered by a 224kW Cummins QSB 6.7 litre Tier III diesel engine.

Boom choices include a range of HARDI steel and Paragon aluminium options from 36-48.5 m.

The sprayer's cab is a completely new build which includes a high-backed seat, refrigerator and the new HARDI Integrated Vehicle Experience or HIVE.

The HIVE control system includes a completely remodelled armrest console with integrated dial and joystick interface, plus a head up display that shows critical information at eye level, enhancing situational awareness inside and outside the cab.

The HIVE system extends to the external filling station, with its new HIVE system screen. This displays clear filling information plus a set of visual guides and videos, so operators can master filling the Saritor quickly and safely.

Farmers can choose between four different nozzle technologies: ActivAir, Triple Tier 12, H-Select or the GeoSelect selective spraying system.

HARDI has also announced that its GeoSelect weed targeting technology will be available on its trailed sprayers, starting with Commander models.

More details will be published in the Kondinin Group's Farming Ahead magazine.
For more information, visit www.hardi.com.au.

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