Feedback glowing on Miller’s new self-propelled sprayer
The innovative drive train system with the new Miller Nitro 6365 sprayer is helping deliver up to a 30 per cent reduction in fuel consumption.
The latest Miller self-propelled, front-mounted sprayer has already stirred interest around the nation and is due to debut in the Henty Machine of the Year Award.
The new Miller Nitro 6365 with Spray-Air has been demonstrated to farmers in many parts of Australia and feedback has been glowing.
The praise has centred on the new model’s innovative drive train system, which allows maximum power and delivers up to a 30 per cent reduction in fuel consumption compared with equivalent sized machines.
The new drive train has been completely redesigned with variable displacement hydrostatic drive system and planetary torque hubs.
This means faster response to speed changes through more efficient transfer of power to the ground, even at lower engine RPM, all contributing to a reduction in fuel consumption.
The 6365 has new styling, with increased access to the engine bay making servicing much easier and more convenient.
It also has a redesigned cooling system with a reposition of cooling components, which has resulted in an increase in efficiency, and a reduction in operator and environmental noise.
The cab boasts a larger full colour touch screen display, monitoring engine and spray system functions. It includes an integrated rear-facing camera with full-time rear vision during transport and is automatically on when reversing.
The Miller Spray-Air system available with the 6365 machine combines the benefits of both air-assist and air-atomisation into one powerful spray nozzle system, allowing more targeted chemical application.
Farmers have fingertip control of the droplet size and speed of the air delivery for any spraying application.
Nitro’s front-mounted boom and rear-mounted engine provide optimum weight balance with a large tank range, including 4500-litre, 5300 litre and 6100 litre options.