Hagie Manufacturing Company
|Equipment Category||Row Crop Applicators|
|Manufacturer||Hagie Manufacturing Company|
|Features & Options||
The heart of the STS series is the 1,200-gallon Hagie STS 12. Originally introduced for the 2000 model year, the STS 12 was developed for larger farming operations, customer applicators and commercial applications. It has continued to set the benchmark for the industry. Versatility is its middle name. Featuring a Cummins 6.7 L TierIVi 300 hp engine and a new all four-wheel drive (Field Mode) drive train with standard traction control, operators experience optimal power with superior traction control and torque management for optimized performance in any field conditions. Featuring a 72-inch high frame clearance and dry weights of 26,640 lbs. (90’) and 28,040 lbs. (120’), this machine is capable of perfoming various applications from pre-season burn down to post tassel applications of fungicide and insecticide. Capatible for various tire and floatation tire sizes, the STS 12 features a narrow wheel package and tread width ranging 122 inches to 154 inches, allowing for full-season application capability with minimal crop damage. To suit your operation needs, the machine is capable of spraying at various boom width ranges of 60’/80’/90’, 60’/100’ and 70’/120’. Enhance the versatility of the STS sprayer series with various full-season application attachments for injecting nitrogen fertilizer with the Hagie NTB (Nitrogen Toolbar) and detasseling seed corn with the Hagie DTB (Detasseler Toolbar). Drive profitability forward. 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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