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Nine reasons to have the Wingsprayer system mounted on your sprayer.

Wingsprayer on CHD sprayers

Nine reasons to have the Wingsprayer system mounted on your sprayer.

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The benefits of the Wingsprayer system in more detail.

The Wingssprayer originates from practical experience and it uses carefully thought out, innovative techniques. The Wingssprayer has been improved during the course of time and is now the most effective spray method in the world!

  1. The specially shaped wing construction drives the airflow downward, which ensures that the fine droplets penetrate deep into the crop to even cover fungi and insects at the bottom.
  2. The Wingssprayer allows you to use lower amounts of crop protection agents than you would with traditional spraying technology, so that there is no unnecessary environmental burden. This allows use of a broader range of resources without adverse consequences.
  3. The special single or double Wingssprayer wing allows spraying at higher travel speeds. The aerodynamic air flow directs the the fine droplets into the crop.
  4. Depending on the crop, type of cultivation and operator skill in particular, the user can use up to 40% less crop protection agent at times. This factor contributes to savings that can often lead to recovery of the investment costs within a year.
  5. The damping effect provided by radial and linear dampers improve the spraying result. This also prevents crop damage. Distribution and dosage remain more even over the crop.
  6. Everything is mounted into the wing construction in such a way that the air flows are directed straight backwards into the crop, and droplets do not drift in crosswinds.
  7. The wing is designed in such a way that hardly any chemical agents get onto the Wing, sprayer or tractor. What does not get onto something cannot fall off either. The spray mist is shielded and there are no aerodynamic obstacles.
  8. The volume of the liquid may as little as half as much, which in turn means fewer tank fillings, so that only one fill per field is required in many cases. This avoids tiresome and time-consuming refills.
  9. Spraying with very fine nozzles and thus droplets prevents loss of spray liquid and poor distribution on the leaves, resulting in highly effective crop protection.