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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by DA Quality Lawn & YS, Oct 19, 2017.
New entry from Turfware at GIE
Looks similar to the Lesco Spreader sprayer machine in some ways.
It also looks like they put a look alike Permagreen Magnum hopper on it. That hopper material looks thin also, light looks to be going through the hopper plastic.
Did you happen to look in the hopper, Is it three hole style since the spinner apears to look like a Lesco one or a single gate opening?
I Don't see a shield on left side so it must throw from right to left like Lesco and Permagreen.
very neat. watched their video. looks capable on hills
I would steer clear though of ANY 1st Generation machines. Let the 1st year buyers work out the kinks, and report back their findings in the real world.
I agree. I drove this thing today. Many proprietary items on it. Hopper is their own and can be divided in two with separate gate control. Nozzles are their own as well, 9' on the wide spray. Hydro drive and moves like the Exmark machine but the controls are a little different, pull to go forward, push to back up. 16 gallon tank and they say covers near 60k sq ft per tank. I'd personally like to see a bigger capacity. Maint wise everything seems pretty accessible....
No offense to anyone but looks like I won't be getting rid of my Z
That looks like a rear wheel drive lesco hps chassis, if it is thats a good thing!
It look very similar to this Lesco Spreader sprayer machine but a little better construction.
The owner of this machine has been using this in his business for over three years.They just made it available to public this year.Demoed it at Gie and it seemed like a good machine.The hopper holds 200 lbs. of material which is impressive.
Much bigger than the Lesco Spreader sprayer.