Rotative washing nozzle integrated in the main tank supplied with fresh water through the rinsing tank.
It allows a complete rinsing of the chemical residues on the tank walls and optimizes the waste management. It avoids later contamination.
1 to 4 Lav’Ton depending on the machines (as standard or optional)
Induction hopper and LAV’BOX : chemical induction without risk of splashing and to ensure a good homogenous mixture. The induction hopper limits the risk of direct contact with chemicals. A good incorporation is the guarantee of good spraying. The induction system avoids the risk of contamination of other fresh water circuits and when spraying.
The LAV’BOX allows easy packaging management to follow environmental regulations.
Fresh water for waste management that allows :
- main tank rinsing with Lav’Ton
- Boom rinsing
- Easy container management via the integrated Lav’Box
- Residual volume dilution thanks to Autonet
- External cleaning of the sprayer thanks to the hose reel and lance
User benefits : waste and container management guaranteed
At least 15 liters of clean water always available and easily accessible.
The hand-wash tank is, on most machines, completly integrated into the design of the machine.
This system (manually or electrically controlled from the cab) allows clean water to be sent to the boom direct from the rinsing tank, even if chemicals are still in the tank.
Boom rinsing without return to tank can be used before leaving the job or between two fields
User benefits :
- Boom cleaning : No residue in the pipework, avoids dripping in transit between the field and the farm to prevent pollution, easy waste management, good nozzle rinsing ensuring good application
- The operator can work on the boom under safe conditions for maintenance : safe health conditions without contact with chemicals
The AUTONET function allows, from the cab, the sequential dilution of residual volumes and tank residues. The quantity of clean water to be transferred to the main tank is user defined. After transfer, the diluted chemicals will be sprayed on the field. The quantity of water transferred depends on an adjustable timer based on the initial tank residues.
Several versions are available :
- AUTONET by gravity
- AUTONET integrated
- AUTONET ED
– AUTONET by gravity : an electric motorized valve is installed between the rinsing tank and the main tank. Fresh water is transferred to the main tank by gravity. Residues left in the deep sump are diluted.
– AUTONET integrated : the transfer is carried out by a motorized valve installed between the sprayer pump and the rinsing tank. When the cycle is launched, the valve opens and the sprayer pump takes fresh water from the rinsing tank and feeds the tank washing nozzles (Lav’Ton) located in the main tank, thoroughly washing the main tank’s walls and diluting the chemical residues.
– AUTONET ED : the transfer valve is replaced by a dedicated transfer pump (PM 150 – 160l/min). When the rinsing cycle is launched, the pump is driven by a hydraulic motor and takes fresh water from the rinsing tank and pushes it to the rotating tank nozzles (Lav’Ton). Tank walls are washed and chemical residues are diluted.
- User benefits :
- Removal of tank residues in an environmentally friendly way : in accordance with legal regulations
- Tank residue management from the cab : no intervention close to the sprayer, no risk of contamination for the operator
- Cleaning of residual volumes : complete main tank cleaning and residual volumes. Complete waste management in fields without storage at the farm.
This device is mounted at the back of the sprayer. The operator can rinse the outside of the sprayer after application in the filed in a dedicated wash space or in a grassy area before leaving the job. The hose reel is fed with clean water from the rinsing tank.
The operator, with the lance, can rinse the outside of the sprayer removing chemical spray and residues.
User benefits :
- Complete cleaning before leaving the job : washing area in the far is not required, no chemical residues on the road, omplete waste management in the fields