Suffolk firm Landquip of InTrac has launched two steering-axle trailed sprayers in 5,200- and 6,000-litre capacities.

Chassis, tank and boom are all new, says the company, and air suspension keeps the unit stable and smooth-riding on rough ground.

50kph commercial steering axles are an option and hydraulic and air brakes are on offer.

Three powered rotary wash-heads keep the inside of the tank clean with clean water from a 700-litre wash tank. The low-centre-of-gravity tank design is also shaped to dissipate liquid surges, making the machine stable in the field and safe on the road.

A sump plus in-tank multi-outlet agitation tubes ensure thorough mixing of the liquid throughout 50-60ha of spray application. The machine is also designed to apply large volumes of liquid fertiliser through Landquip’s umbrella seven-outlet fertiliser jets.

The InTrac can be specified with hydraulic or pto-driven pumps with outputs of 450, 700 or 1,300 litres/min. High-flow boom distribution plumbing also means you can get a uniform application of more than 1,200 litres/ha across boom widths of up to 44m.

The InTrac gives 800mm clearance throughout its length and can be fitted with a Scharmuller Euro high hitch for an 80mm ball drawbar. An updated 8.4in touchscreen gives fingertip control of all programming and command functions.

The sprayers need a 180hp tractor and prices start at £63,000.

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