Hagie Manufacturing Company
|Equipment Category||Row Crop Applicators|
|Manufacturer||Hagie Manufacturing Company|
|Features & Options||
Hagie Manufacturing Company’s smallest STS series sprayer is big on versatility. The 1,000-gallon Hagie STS 10 has all the capabilities of its bigger brothers. Equipped with a Cummins 6.7 L Tier IVi 275 hp engine and a new all-four-wheel drive (Field Mode) drive train with standard traction control, the STS10 is packed with power and is ready to get the job done in the most adverse field conditions. The 72-inch high clearance design enhances capability for pre through post season application needs. Our lightest weight sprayer in the STS family, the STS 10 features an equally balanced design and weighs in with dry weights of 24,860 lbs. (90’ boom) and 26,260 lbs. (120’ boom). Regardless of field conditions, this lightweight and balanced machine is ready and capable to get the job done. Compatible with various boom widths to suit your needs, the STS 10 is proficient at spraying at 60’/80’/90’, 60’/100’ and 70’/120’ respectively. With a 140-inch wheel base and tread width ranging 122 inches to 154 inches, this lightweight sprayer is your solution for full-season application capability with minimal crop damage. Sharing the same smooth independent air ride suspension, steering system and a newly designed cab, operators experience complete front-boom visibility in a cab that was designed with optimal safety and superior operator comfort in mind. The STS sprayer series also is suited to carry all Hagie Manufacturing Company attachments, including the 12-row and 16-row nitrogen toolbar (NTB) and detasseler toolbars (DTB), making your Hagie a multi-use machine. Drive profits forward. Turn to Hagie as your spray quality and nutrient placement experts. For more info, visit hagie.com or call 800-247-4885.
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