RoGator 300

Trailed Sprayer Design

With the new RoGator 300 range, the qualities that have made Challenger RoGator RG600 self-propelled sprayers the default choice of farmers and contractors across Europe is now available for those who require a premium trailed machine.

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With the new RoGator 300 range, the qualities that have made Challenger RoGator RG600 self-propelled sprayers the default choice offarmers and contractors across Europe is now available for those who require a premium trailed machine.

There’s nothing ‘standard’ about the RG300. Each machine can be tailored to precisely fit customer requirements, starting with the way in which it’s powered: either directly by the tractor’s load-sensing hydraulic system, or with power take-off drive running the sprayer’s own hydraulic pump.
 

Height-adjustable for all tyre and machine sizes, the drawbar incorporates a fullyintegrated hydraulic jack, with a manual operation option. The chassis mounted design of the 50km/hr-rated provides a compact machine with a low overall machine height and centre of gravity, gives many option track with choices, while creating a smooth sprayer underside for minimal impact on the crop.

A 35-degree steering angle – the largest in the industry – gives a 3.8m turning radius for excellent manoeuvrability and minimal crop damage when turning. The rear mounted design of the 50km/hr-rated axle provides a compact machine with a low overall machine height and centre of gravity, and makes track width adjustment simple, while creating a smooth sprayer underside for minimal impact on the crop.

The boom is mounted as close as possible to the machine and linked to the sprayer in front the rear axle, minimising the transfer of movement for maximum spraying accuracy. Powerful hydraulic- or air-operated brakes ensure the sprayer stops safely, even when fully loaded.

The profile of the 3,300 and 4,400-litre polyethylenetanks is recognisable from that used on the RG600,with subtle design differences to ensure the ideal weight distribution and ride characteristics for a trailed sprayer. The clean water tanks, with a volume of up to 900 litres keep, with the front one and its 400l  sited at the front of the main tank, the weight over the drawbar and the tractor’s rear axle.

Deep storage lockers incorporated on either side ofthe front of the machine, underneath the spacious access platform, provide plenty of stowage space for to ensure protective clothing and for spraying sundries. Look around and you’ll see other well-proven components from the RoGator self-propelled series, including light yet strong aluminium booms from 24-30m with quin nozzle holders and the Opti-Sonic with up to five boom height sensors, plus LED boom lights and auto section control.

Add to this features that have proven themselves on countless self-propelled RoGators, such as the smoothest boom suspension system on the market, a clear, simpleto-use valve control Opti-Flow pad and a 60-litre chemical induction hopper that fills the tank at up to 765 l/min, and it’s clear these are machines designed for high-output precision application.

Challenger RG300 sprayers are fully ISOBUS-ready, allowing all functions to be operated via a compatible built-in tractor terminal or a standalone ISOBUS controller, while joystick operation is also possible where neither is available.