Teejet will be at Cereals 2008 to support and give our expert help to farmers on all aspects of spraying. The company will have two spray tanks on their stand showing various tips and also demonstrations of guidance products.
As part of their main focus on nozzles, they will be continuing to promote their new Extended Range Air Induction spray tip. Made from a very hard wearing polymer it is designed to give precise droplets that give good efficacy and also good drift control.
The company says it is shorter than most AI tips, making it less prone to damage and at £2.49 is the “lowest priced AI on the market”.
Teejet will also be launching their latest GPS guidance products which offer more features such as headland guidance, area measurement and area counting plus automatic boom switching for up to 15 sections. Teejet says all is at a “competitive price”.
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