Sprayer Cabs: Riding In Style
Manufacturers offer an inside look at sprayer cabs.
January 22, 2009
Expansive glass in the 8030 series cab offers excellent views of the field, booms, and spray patterns from the seat, enhanced by the display placement and narrow hood. A quieter ride is provided by engine and hydrostatic mounts, double walled insulated exhaust that is not attached to the cab, slower cooling fan speeds, and sound attenuators in the cab roof. All frequently used controls, such as master spray switch, boom fold, boom tilt, foam marker controls, and section shutoff, are conveniently located on the hydro handle, which moves with the ComfortCommand seat.