Raven releases second generation of its Hawkeye Nozzle Control System

After running the Hawkeye 2 Nozzle Control System for a season, Lance Bell is 100% convinced it was the right decision.

“We mapped and sprayed across every waterway — the individual nozzle control worked great," says the Weldon, Iowa farmer who was a beta tester. "Our usage of chemical was down, and our productivity increased a ton. Using Hawkeye 2 to set and maintain a consistent pressure, we were able to adjust for how the wind was blowing that day to stay consistent.”

Available for order today, Hawkeye 2 builds on Raven Applied Technology's commitment to sprayer efficacy. Under rigid testing, the system outperformed the nearest competitors by up to 250% with its uniformity and consistency across the sprayer boom. Not only does this reduce sprayer drift it also increases application quality. In addition, individual nozzle control and turn compensation eliminate skips, overlaps, and misapplication.

“Hawkeye 2 offers optimal accuracy and is simple to use and maintain,” says Brian Meyer, Vice President of Raven Applied Technology. “This advanced solution enables operators with the capability to perform complex applications with ease and consistency across the boom. This reduces operator fatigue, optimizes input costs, and increases application quality. Increased flow per nozzle and variable PWM frequency provide our customers the ability to dynamically compensate to the varying conditions of agriculture.”

The Hawkeye 2 Nozzle Control System has earned validation from Julius Kühn-Institut, a European testing organization, and secured a partnership for Raven with a strategic international OEM.

For more information visit ravenprecision.com/hawkeye2.

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