All-new cab for self-propelled sprayers

  • The latest Horsch Leeb PT and VT self-propelled sprayers feature an all-new cab that offers significantly higher levels of operator comfort

Quieter, more spacious and more intuitively designed controls that have been specifically tailored to crop care, the new cab creates a productive environment that allows operators to work more effectively.

“Traditionally, self-propelled sprayers have lagged behind tractors in cab comfort. The new Horsch cab elevates operator comfort to highest levels for all-day productivity,” highlights Stephen Burcham, General Manager for Horsch UK.

Based on the latest Claas cab, the state-of-the-art cabin features an advanced A-column terminal as standard and new Leeb-designed armrest and joystick control systems specific for crop care applications. Category IV filtration is fitted as standard and pneumatic 4-point cabin suspension is available as an option for those looking for ultimate comfort.

The new Horsch Leeb VT was the first sprayer to feature the new cab. It combines variable track adjustment with the well-known performance of a Leeb PT self-propelled sprayer. The flexible track adjustment is ideal for mixed crop farms and contractors requiring varying row widths between 1.8m and 2.4m, assisting with stability in the field and manoeuvrability on the road. Leeb VT features a 5000 or 6000 litre tank with a 230hp and 300hp Stage 5 compliant engine respectively.

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