Traditional, reliable, and affordable, the rock-solid manual controller is made for straightforward spraying. All functions are integrated into one control box. And the operator sets pressure and controls speed manually. It can be easily upgraded to an auto controller later thanks to a common wiring harness.
Preprogrammed with John Deere specs, the available automatic rate controller is the ultimate in accuracy, precision, and simplicity. Operator sets rate, and then the controller automatically adjusts flow or pressure based on vehicle speed. Controller also includes helpful features to help determine impacts of nozzle type, speed and pressure on achieving target application rate. Plus features warning systems that sound when tank volume and operating pressures are low.
200 or 300 Gallon Tanks
High-density, polyethylene tanks with quick-fill attaching point; anti-siphoning, low centers of gravity.
Short hose lengths and the combination of a throttling valve and strainer bypass lines together makes for simpler plumbing.
Standard Triple Nozzle
You can install three different-style nozzles, then simply rotate to the one you need for a particular application. A huge timesaver.
Spray around trees with confidence. Standard bi-directional breakaway feature protects boom if object is struck while moving forward or backward.
Easy to Attach/Detach
Once you're finished spraying, it's truly simple to detach the tank and free your ProGator for other tasks. Just remove three mounting pins, disconnect hydraulic lines and electrical connectors, attach storage stands and you're done. You don't even have to use any tools. Plus, stands include caster wheels so it's easy to move sprayer around, and re-install.
Pumping action is delivered by a rotated impeller. Perfect for applications that demand higher flow rates. Available in cast iron or stainless steel versions, this proven, high-quality pump can be intermittently run dry without failing its seal.
Positive displacement pump made for long life, easy service. Ideal for applications that demand higher pressures, such as walking spray booms, painting greens during the winter months, and tree spraying.