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Old 02-09-2015, 12:29 PM
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LT Rich Products NEW 2015 Z-Spray Product Lineup

LT Rich Products has redesigned their entire ride-on sprayer/spreader line up for 2015. Responding to customers’ needs, LT Rich as increased capacities from 50 to 60 gallons on their largest machine, the Z-max, while the Intermediate and Junior’s capacity has increased from 18 to 30 gallons. All three machines now have dual liquid capability as well as a lower center of gravity (COG) than previous models. The lower COG combined with the patented locking caster system assists with greater hillside stability.

The new suspension casters provide the smoothest ride in the industry. All machines utilize an all stainless steel chassis, 75’ hose reel, 3 section boom, pressure gauge and a speedometer.

The drivetrain is still the most powerful offered on a ride-on spreader sprayer. 16hp Vanguard Commercial with Hydro-Gear Pumps and Parker wheel motors propel our machines up to 8mph.

Depending on the model, a 220lb or 120lb hopper is equipped with a hydraulic motor which is able to spread fertilizer 4 to 25 feet independent from groundspeed, resulting in the best uniformed spread pattern in the industry.

Customize your unit with available 30 or 7 gallon tanks. These tanks can either be used for extra capacity, or combined with an extra 4.0 liquid pump and a 25’ coil hose for an isolated tank.

No other ride on sprayer/spreader manufacturer offers more choices and solutions than LT Rich Products.

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Redesigned tanks for 2015! The tanks have been fully redesigned to offer more capacity, aesthetics and lower center of gravity. The Zmax now is fitted with (2) 30 gallon tanks, while the Intermediate and Junior have (2) 15 gallon tanks. Coming soon the Junior 36 will have (2) 12 gallon tanks. All of these machines have dual liquid capability, an industry exclusive!

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A new drivetrain package is new for 2015. Zspray has gone to a horizontal shaft engine package, with tandem stackable hydro pumps. This new package allows easier access to the air and oil filter for preventative maintenance. The configuration has also moved the stator and coils facing the rear away from the corrosive fertilizer dust. More space was also created allowing larger liquid tanks to be incorporated on the machine. We are still using quality components from Vanguard Commercial, Hydro-Gear and Parker Hydraulics.

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Suspension Caster
A new suspension caster is standard on the Zmax, Intermediate and Junior Models. Heavy duty springs will take the jarring effect of rough turf away from the operator, while also taking the rigidness out of the front frame.

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Old 02-17-2015, 03:29 PM
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I used the newer Z-Max all last summer and loved it great machine.
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Old 03-04-2015, 07:00 AM
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We have been in business about 15 years now. We have owned several LT rich Units. The Zsprays have really helped us take our business to a higher level. The Z spray units are the MOST dependable and best build units in the industry. I have used them all and can tell you from experience that Zsprays have less repairs and down time than any other unit.
This year we updated all of our units. Things that that we noticed that were really great upgrades to the new units over the previous designs. 1. The suspension forks, wow do these really make a difference! You know the feeling when going across really rough turf. The suspension forks combined with suspesion foot plates really make the ride smooth. Like riding in a Cadillac. That alone is worth upgrading to the new units.
Another great improvement is the liquid capacity. having the ability to keep running longer without refilling increases production. No other unit out there has the liquid capacity that Zsprays have. The new tanks designs also really help with stability of the machine. Example we Treat around some ponds that have a really steep grade. We have a another companys machine and always use the Z because I know its more stable on the Steeper grade.
The new placement for the engine is also a great improvement. keeping fertilizer or dust out of the engine with definitely increase the life of the engine. Their are so many new improvements on the new machine that I could keep the tread going and going. So if you serious about your production, reliability, and a more superior built machine look no further than the best unit out there!!! One other thing about LT rich, they have AAA customer service too. Andy up there is a swell guy too.
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Old 04-18-2015, 07:11 AM
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I am plan on possibly buying a new Max next year. I spray at different volumes so a boom with nozzle bodies that hold 3 nozzles and can be switched quickly would be very handy. Would you be interested in experimenting with this? I posted this question in a thread and emailed you directly but never received any reply. If you're not interested playing with this just let me know but some sort of reply would be appreciated.
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Old 04-21-2015, 11:18 AM
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Sorry for not getting to you on your question about the quick change nozzles but it was something I had to take to engineering. It is something we are looking at and we feel it will be a great feature, the only issue we are running into is mounting them as those turret style nozzles clamp to a bar. Our nozzles are still pretty quick to change with the quarter turn caps. Let us know if you have any other questions.

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