“We really wanted farmers in the area to get the opportunity get their hands on this new equipment and to see it in action,” said Doug Loudenslager, with Evolution Ag . “They can then take the information they get in this field and go home and see how it might work in their operation.”
Because of there being more moving parts in spraying equipment, Evolution Ag made sure that the service needs of their customers would be met.
“We decided when we took on the sprayer line from Case IH that we would have to have the personnel on staff that would specialize in that piece of machinery,” Loudenslager said. “We invested in folks that have a lot of experience in the area of sprayers and our customers appreciate that and know that our best people are coming out to help get them back up and running.”
“The 3240 is one of four sprayer models we have in our lineup,” said Curt Maurer, Sprayer Sales Specialist with Case IH. “This 800-gallon machine is equipped with a 100-foot boom, auto height control for boom height leveling and a one-touch easy fold boom function.”
The 3240, along with the other 3 models of Patriot sprayers, are all moving into the 40 series lineup to meet the final Tier 4 B emissions this year and will include the Aim Command Pro feature.
“The Aim Command Pro will help control droplet size and also gives the farmer turn and flow compensation,” Maurer said. “It also features individual nozzle monitoring and shut off, so we really dial in on the effectiveness of chemical savings that will help justify the purchase of a sprayer.”
In the video below, Curt Maurer gives a demonstration of the Case IH 3240 Patriot sprayer from Evolution Ag’s recent field day.