LOGIC - TS400 Trailed Sprayer   - This nozzle can spray one side up to 3.5m and is ideal for working between established or newly planted trees and spraying steep ground such as railway embankments. The nozzle provides an accurate and even coverage over the ground but has the flexibility of not having to have a fixed boom. A minimum of 9ltr/min pump is required to run this nozzle.


Standard Features

  • 270, 400 and 600 litre capacities available
  • 12v on-board pump
  • 9litres/min at 3 bar (40psi)
  • Full pressure control system
  • In-line filter
  • Agitation system
  • Pressure gauge
  • Drain plug
  • Filter basket
  • Wiring loom to fit to ATV
  • Boom from 1.5 to 3.5m width - up to 7 spray nozzles
  • Hedgerow nozzle
  • Flotation wheels
  • Trail behind any suitable vehicle

Options

  • Hand lance/hose options (10/15m)
  • Hose reel
  • Broadcast nozzle
  • Turf wheels/tyres
  • Protective clothing

 

What does this do?

If you have a need to control weeds over a large area on a regular basis, you might consider whether a dedicated, trailed sprayer would be more efficient than an on-board sprayer. The two do the same basic task, but the on-board sprayer needs to be mounted on a vehicle (designed for quads but could be fastened into a 4x4, pickup or tractor). The trailed unit can be towed by any suitable vehicle and has an excellent basic specification that is able to handle most sizes of spraying jobs. It will give you an excellent work-rate if you have a lot of ground to cover and, as they say, time is money (or at least, time is freed up for riding!)

Why do I need one?

All horse owners must be aware of the need to control weeds. Ideally, you should identify all the plants that occur in your paddocks and tackle the undesirables, but make the most of the ones that enhance the grazing and palatability for your horse. As well as poisonous plants there are those that are just a nuisance. Spraying is the accepted method for weed control in many instances.

You should follow the chemical manufacturer’s guidelines for where and when to spray, paying particular attention to the amount of time after spraying that you need to leave the paddock clear. Whether you’re spraying over a wide area with a boom, or spot-treating weeds with a hand-lance, a dedicated trailed sprayer tackles the job with maximum convenience and speed.

Where do I use it?

Paddocks or any grassed area. Never leave any implements out after use where animals can come into contact with them - you can work out why!

How does it work?

The chemical is mixed in the tank. You have the option of using a boom setup (a number of nozzles at up to 3.5 metre boom widths) or a hand lance which can be attached to a hose reel for ‘roving’ work on foot (for example, when working in restricted places that will not accommodate the vehicle). The integral electric pump (12v) provides the power for the unit and remote controls allow the spraying to be stopped and started from the driving seat. We have a very wide range of trailed sprayer configurations in three capacities: 270, 400 and 600 litres. We also have a wide range of options such as boom widths, pump capacities, nozzle configurations, hand lance options and so on. Please ring us and we’ll give advice based upon your individual situation.


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