Amazone Ltd, in conjunction with A. M. Phillip Agritech Ltd, cordially invite you to the next in their round of Pantera self-propelled sprayer roadshows.
The plucky Powermondial pulls well – in this case with a four-furrow plough on some heavy muck-laden ground – but is reckoned to be economical on fuel.
This week sees the state-of-the-art machine in Aberdeenshire with the site located within easy reach of the A96 at Gariochsburn Farm , Drumblade, Huntly AB54 6DS on Tuesday 13th March 2012 from 9am until 5pm
(by kind permission of Messrs A S Tocher & Sons, Pitfancy, Forgue, Huntly).
The Roadshow is the ideal opportunity to come and drive the Pantera in the flesh. With its 4000 litre tank, boom widths up to 40m, spray rates of up to 1600l/ha at 8kph, 1.1m underbelly clearance, 200hp Deutz engine and a specification that is feature packed:
Intelligent engine management - the machine will spray on the flat at around 1200 rpm, engine revs only rise on demand so that fuel consumption and driver noise level is kept to a minimum.
Intelligent suspension management - the machine always self-levels to cope with slopes and prevent the driver from suffering the 'nodding dog' effect associated with front mounted cabbed self-propelled sprayers. The suspension rams harden and soften to even out the acceleration and deceleration forces.
Comfortable cab environment - with low noise levels, bluetooth mobile phone connection, good all round visibility and perfect work lighting.
Hi-tech spray package - Comfort Pack is standard for automatic fill stop, automatic agitation control, in-cab wash out and dilute is all part of the standard specification.
Intelligent chassis management - on the move, digital hydraulic track width adjustment from the cab for row crop versatility.
For more details contact Gordon Hickie of Amazone Ltd on (07836) 358080 or Sandy Taylor of A. M. Phillip on (01466) 799222
With refreshments provided, they look forward to seeing you on the day.
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