Robust and Compact
The boom has the simple task of holding the nozzle at a set height over the target. This is relatively easy with a small boom but becomes increasingly difficult when booms become wider, travel faster and when turning at the headland.
Booms must also be robust, offer nozzle protection, be compact when in transport, and be able to sustain potential ground strikes without sustaining damage.
Therefore, when selecting a boom, it is important to not only look at the width of a boom but to also look for stability and strength. Field conditions may differ widely, but if a sprayer is to provide a uniform application, stability must be maintained.
HARDI has a wide range of booms available to suit all your needs.
HARDI TWIN FORCE booms gives the operator more options for spray control than other air-assisted sprayers. By adjusting the air curtain’s speed and angle, from no air to full air, in effect producing two sprayers in one (hence the name – TWIN), the operator can guide all droplets, irrespective of size, to the target.