Hagie Manufacturing Company
|Equipment Category||Row Crop Applicators|
|Manufacturer||Hagie Manufacturing Company|
|Features & Options||
If you are looking for the most versatile sprayer available, the 1,400-gallon Hagie STS 14 is the one to choose. Featuring a Cummins Tier IVi 6.7 L 300 hp engine and a new all-four-wheel drive (Field Mode) drive train with standard traction control, the STS 14 packs capacity, power and torque management into one machine for you to efficiently cover more acres. The STS 14 is equipped with the same Air-Ride suspension and steering system as the STS product line up. All of this coupled with the newly designed cab provides operators with optimal front-mounted boom visibility while experiencing the most comfortable ride in the industry. But that’s not all. The STS 14 design features 72-inch frame clearance, providing operators with a high-clearance machine capable to effectively perform full-season applications when crops need it most. Offering the most choices for booms widths, swath applications range from 60’/80’/90’, 60’/100’ and 120’/132' to best suit the needs of your operation or agribusiness. Compatible with various tire sizes and floatation tires, as well as tread width ranging of 122 inches to 154 inches, this large capacity machine is your solution for covering more acres all season long with minimal crop damage. Enhance the versatility of your STS 14 with an optional Nitrogen Toolbar (NTB) attachment to perform full season side-dress Nitrogen applications or a Detasseling Toolbar (DTB) for seed corn detasseling needs. Cover more acres and increase profitability. Turn to Hagie as your spray quality and nutrient placement experts. For more information, visit www.hagie.com or call 800-247-4885.
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