Fresh sprayers at LAMMA

  • New Red Line of entry-level 600-1,800-litre/12-28m mounted sprayers
  • Trailblazer trailed sprayer range extended with new 7/8/10/12,000-litre models

At LAMMA 2024, Knight Farm Machinery will be introducing a new entry-level sprayer range and a restyled self-propelled line, while visitors will also be able to learn more about developments for the technology incorporated into existing Knight sprayers, and new tillage equipment ranges.

Designed for smaller farms and those seeking simpler sprayers, the new Knight RED line mounted sprayers span 600-1,500-litre capacities and 12-28m boom widths. All incorporate Knight’s MAXImizer E fluid control system. The new range is sourced from Belgian manufacturer Beyne, with whom Knight has a longstanding relationship as supplier of skid units for its SP sprayers.

The 12-18m/600-1,000-litre PA range features manual boom-folding and a simple switch box to control pressure and boom switching, suiting businesses running smaller farm/groundcare tractors and UTVs. The 600-1,000-litre/18-21m PLS range, meanwhile, has hydraulic-folding booms with suspension and, if required, a more advanced controller.

Further up the scale are two Gecko model sprayer versions, the PLK (1,500 litres/21-28m side-folding) and the RF (1,800 litres/18-28m rear-folding). A basic control switch box is standard, as is Knight’s MAXImizer-E fluid control, with the SPRAYMAT 2 controller, ISOBUS, auto-boom height sensing and rate control all optional.

Details will also be available of the latest updates to the Knight self-propelled sprayer line, with a 28m 2450 model set to be on the stand. New features include MAXImizer Pro, the latest Knight circulation technology, with boom pipework cut by 20%, significantly reducing retained volume. Other upgrades include improved boom height control software, a broader tyre offering, enhanced ISOBUS autosteering and a lower boom park position.

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