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Napa

Napa

Dimensions

Type A B C D E
NAPA 18 3000 6000 4150 1000 2600
NAPA 21 3100 6000 4150 1000 2600
NAPA 24 3500 6800 4150 1000 2800
NAPA 28 3500 6800 4150 1000 2800
NAPA 30 3500 6800 4150 1000 2800

E Indicated width of the sprayer

Weight

Type Empty (kg) Full (kg
NAPA 3300 18-21 2500 6900
NAPA 3300 28-30 2950 7350
NAPA 3900 18-21 3100 7500
NAPA 3900 28-30 3550 7950

Booms and tank

 fiberrglass Tank / Pe Tank

   Work. width (m)    Content (l)
15 - 30 3300
15 -30 3900

Description

Basic equipment

  • upper hinge
  • fixed shaft
  • non-suspended axle extendable 10t ADr
  • air and parking brake
  • AR 250 pump driven by homokinetic drive
  • polyethylene main tank without breakwaters, with internal washing, pressure and overflow agitation
  • manually tilting PE 60l admixing tank with quadruple function controller, internal washing, water mark, rinsing nozzle for canisters, and agitating nozzle
  • PE 15l canister for washing
  • 370l PE tank for clean water with watermark, central 5-way pressure valve, central 5-way suction valve, external 2“ filling and suction, 1 suction + 1 pressure filter
  • computer SPRAYDOS
  • Valve cover on the left and storage box on the right
  • air control fitting
  • 4 driving sections up to 21m (b.21), 6 driving sections over 21m (b.28)
  • booms with active tilting and potentiometer, full set of shock absorbers on the booms and swing
  • stainless steel pipes in the booms Ø 20mm with triple nozzle holders in 50cm intervals
  • lights for road travel
  • hydraulics controlled with two hydraulic circuits from the tractor
  • homokinetic joint drive
  • wheels 300/95 R46 151 A8

 

The NAPA with 3200l and 3800l tank is the most common sprayer for medium-sized and small-sized farms. The smaller tank usually requires water to be brought in a tanker to the field throughout the year. If the fields are too indented, too large of a working width is generally not used. In such a case, customers rather prefer narrower tires in order to reduce damage caused by travelling on the field. A smaller tank is needed for the lower bearing capacity of the tires. On the other hand, the NAPA is shorter than the MAMUT and offers better maneuverability on the headland.