This Hi-Spec tanker with Bomech trailing shoe setup has a working width of 7.5m with 22cm row width.


Spreading times are pretty similar to those of splashplate systems, says the company, while the 34 outlets spread with less odour and no drift.

Grazing can also resume quicker than if using a traditional splashplate system.

Weighing 660kg, hoses turn 180° during transport to prevent leaks, and the trailing shoe unit costs £21,200.