Miller Debuts Two New Sprayer Models

Miller St. Nazianz, Inc. has introduced the new Miller NITRO 5000 and CONDOR GC Series sprayers. After listening to its customers, and building upon the success of the NITRO 4000 Series and CONDOR G Series, both the NITRO 5000 and CONDOR GC offer a brand new operator environment and offer a wide range of new productivity-enhancing features.

The new Miller SprayView and optional Premium SprayView cab is the crowning touch on the two Miller sprayers. With operator comfort in mind, Miller set out to develop a cab setting that is larger, roomier, with greater visibility and superior ergonomic features. Highlights include a clean, uncluttered environment with CAN bus wiring, convenient 12-volt power points throughout, easy-to-reach armrest and joystick controls, and a powerful new Miller Systems Monitor to manage the chassis operations. In the Premium SprayView cab, settle into the comfortable suede leather air ride seat with active suspension and heating/cooling, set the automatic climate control to your optimum temperature, and let the long hours of spraying in quiet comfort begin.

Front to back, bold styling changes and numerous productivity-enhancing improvements have been made, not the least of which is the enhanced standard lighting package and the brighter, more powerful optional enhanced lighting kit.

The NITRO 5000 Series is available in a wide range of tank sizes, boom width, and horsepower configurations, with optional Miller Quick-Attach and Injection Toolbar, in a total of 7 models, all available with Four Wheel Steering option. These include the 5215, 5240, 5275, 5333, and the 5365.  On January 1, 2013, two new 5000 Series models will be available: the 5345 and the 5400. These two new models are the first to feature the new Tier IV interim emissions solutions from Cummins, with superior engine technology and increased fuel efficiency.

New for 2013, Condor GC Series also features a brand new front access ladder that makes climbing up to the cab easier and more convenient than ever, eliminating the need for the operator to ever be underneath the booms to access the cab. With two models available, the GC40 and GC75, there are a variety of tank size, engine horsepower, and boom configurations available, including the Miller exclusive Spray-Air air boom technology. Both the Condor G40 and G75 are available in a dry box applicator configuration, with a New Leader G4 255 cu. ft. dry spreader.

Various NITRO 5000 Series and CONDOR GC Series sprayers and dry spreaders will be on display at the following trade shows for the first time:

  • MAGIE, Bloomington, IL August 22-23
  • Farm Progress Show, Boone, IA August 28-30
  • Big Iron, Fargo, ND September 11-13
  • Husker Harvest Days, Grand Island, NE, September 11-13
  • Ohio Farm Science Review, London, OH, September 18-20

Miller Nitro 5000 Series Offers Improved Operator Environment (1:52)

Tim Criddle of Miller-St. Nazianz talks about the features of the new Nitro 5000 series, including the premium SprayView cab and the optional Miller Quick-Attach and Injection Toolbar, on display at the 2012 Midwest Ag Industries Exposition (MAGIE).

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