Sprayer specialist Landquip has teamed up with Kellands to create three new self-propelled high-capacity sprayers that will be launched at LAMMA 2015.

Landquip’s new range of forward demount sprayers will be powered by Kelland’s acclaimed Multidrive platform and take advantage of its exceptional comfort and visibility, all-terrain performance, and proven power-pack.

Landquip will be offering three different Multidrive models with a choice of 4000, 4500 and 5000-litre sprayer tank capacity. One of the key features of the new machines will be the perfect weight distribution of the stainless steel tank which spreads 50/50 across each axle and ensures the best in traction and manoeuvrability.

Kellands director of sales and marketing Keith Pashley, said the partnership with Landquip showed how Multidrive machines are respected throughout the industry as an ideal platform on which to develop successful products.

He said: “Multidrive machines lead the way as versatile load carriers and work platforms and enable our partners to develop high-performance self-propelled sprayers and spreaders with exceptional traction, manoeuvrability and features.

“We’re proud to have worked closely with Landquip to help them expand and enhance their product range, and see the development of the Multidrive platform in partnership with other manufacturers as an excellent opportunity for expansion.”

* Kellands and Landquip have already successfully sold the first machine to come off the production line. Crop Services of Kelso had their bespoke Multidrive F380 fitted with a Landquip demount with a 5000-litre steel tank and 36m folding arms. It will join their fleet of sprayers covering the Fife and border areas.

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