Did you know that the weight distribution and the central boom of your sprayer can benefit your crop production?
Weight distribution is an important element for the balance and stability of sprayers. Additionally, the benefits are related to the application quality, fuel economy, productivity increase, path reduction, and soil compaction.
In addition to excellent spraying efficiency, the Imperador line of self-propelled sprayers is the only one in the world with central booms and weight distribution 50% on the machine front and 50% on the machine rear, both with the machine loaded or unloaded, allowing for a greater capacity for ramping, traction, and greater stability on bumpy and wet terrains.
The central boom influences the application quality as well, avoiding oscillations and impacts that can be caused by the differences in the terrain where you are travelling over, enabling greater stability during applications and 58% more solution on target, when compared to its strongest competitor, which guarantees more productivity and efficiency in application.
In the sprayer line, Imperador 3.0 and Imperador 2000 deliver an application range up to 30 metres, while Imperador 3000 and 4000 deliver up to 36 metres of application, ensuring greater operational efficiency.
Other benefits that Imperador 2000 and Imperador 3.0 provide as an optional feature, is the Ponte Verde System that uses the same spraying path, as a consequence, reducing operational time. This pneumatic system carries out the seed sowing along the entire length of the booms with high operational efficiency and excellent uniformity with a coefficient of variation up to 10%.
Imperador line provides you with application quality and higher productivity in your crop field.