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Raven Introduces Precise, Consistent Nozzle Control System

08/13/2014 @ 7:51am

The Applied Technology Division of Raven Industries has introduced Hawkeye, a pressure-based nozzle control system that provides precise, accurate application across the entire sprayer boom.

"Our customers are operating larger equipment in diverse field conditions, all while trying to better maximize and manage their inputs, which has created demand for more innovation in our application-control product family,” says Matt Burkhart, vice president and general manager of Raven’s Applied Technology Division. “The pressure-based control capabilities of this system give applicators more accurate droplet size and more precise and consistent spray patterns across the board, in addition to drift reduction. The superior quality and simplicity of Hawkeye takes nozzle control systems to the next level.”

The system will be integrated with the Viper 4 field computer, as well as other ISObus-compatible virtual terminals, which means less cab clutter. Hawkeye also comes standard with turn compensation for added precision during sprayer operation as well as individual valve diagnostics, sectional shut-off, and a clean system architecture designed for simple installation and operation.

The system will be available later this fall. To learn more, visit ravenprecision.com.


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