Micron Weed Management sprayers provide thorough weed control around trees and shrubs, as well as along fences, paths and buildings.
The Sprayflex range of sprayers is ideal for treating weeds in situations where a complete chemical barrier is required. The protective hood completely retains the spray, allowing you to work where chemical contact with the crop is critical, such as in young crops, and also allowing you to work in unfavourable wind conditions.
All the equipment can be configured according to the customer's needs, with either one or two spraying arms and also with different levels of automation in the adjustment movements.
Due to the flexible structure of its protective hood, this sprayer is ideal for use on young plants or trees with thin trunks, as the impact with this sprayer is very well cushioned.
Drift reduction of 95%
The hood completely contains the spray, allowing applications where chemical contact with the crop is critical, such as in young crops.
This makes it very suitable for working in windy conditions, where conventional spraying would not be impossible.
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The complete units are equipped with a tank system consisting of a 60-litre main tank, an 8-litre auxiliary tank for cleaning the machine and a 15-litre hand-washing tank.
The stopcock system allows you to clean the machine after each application without having to empty the main tank. There is also a lance for cleaning the inside of the main tank once it has been emptied.
Thanks to the ultra-low volume technology, a 60-litre tank can provide an operating range of between 8 hectares for narrow frames of 2.5m, up to 15 hectares when treating with the widest frames of 7m.
To regulate the flow rate used, the units are equipped with a sturdy control panel with one or more flow-meters.
Improved hydraulic circuit
The flow passes through the control panel by means of the equipment's new solenoid valve, which has a membrane to isolate the spring and the shaft from the product being used, avoiding any contamination problems.
Ultimately, the product reaches the spray disc, which rotates driven by Micron's new patented motor. It has a special insulation that prevents the product from coming into contact with the motor so as to prolong the life of the motor.
The rotational speed of the disc is controlled by the machine's electronics, thereby ensuring that it remains constant. In addition to this function, the electronics also monitor the correct operation of the motor and the tank pump, notifying you in real time of any malfunctions during the operation via the Landrooter software.
The control unit can be used to display the Bluetooth connection, switch the pump and spray heads on and off and also move the actuators. The controls vary depending on the number of heads and actuators.
With CDA technology
The secret of efficient spraying lies in an even spray droplet size and better liquid coverage on the target.
Invented by Micron, Controlled Droplet Application (CDA) produces only the optimum sizes of spray droplet for the particular application.Know more