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Since its launch in 2018, Househam’s high-capacity Harrier self-propelled sprayer has been a firm favourite among operators facing demanding workloads. The Harrier has been developed specifically to meet the needs of professional operators. Househam’s engineers worked closely with customers to deliver a high-output sprayer that places performance, efficiency and comfort at the heart of its design.
The Harrier is built on single-piece, low-weight chassis that gives the sprayer a low centre of gravity and even weight distribution, ensuring it remains stable on the most challenging terrain
Careful engineering has kept unladen weight of the whole machine to just 8500kg and A-frame axles offer generous 1.1m ground clearance for minimising crop damage.
Power comes from either a 240hp Stage V MTU engine, which drives a robust hydrostatic pump connected to individual motors on each wheel.
For increased productivity and efficiency, the sprayer is fitted as standard with a four-cylinder Altek pump, and there’s the option of 4,000-, 5,000- or 6000-litre tanks in either GRP or stainless steel. A 30-litre stainless steel induction hopper ensures fast and efficient filling and the fully-enclosed spray pack means there’s minimal exposed pipework.
The Househam ‘in house’ designed TMC (Total Machine Control) integrates many functions into one simple to use touchscreen console. TMC provides you with complete application rate control, engine management and diagnostics, hydrostatic drive control and monitoring, built-in warnings and fault detection, and automatic service reminders.
The TMC is the main interface for setting up the spraying system and features Househam’s Spray Pilot auto steering and NavGuide GPS mapping system. Together, these offer precise control of application rate for improved accuracy and reduced overspray, particularly in irregularly shaped fields
Wide choice of booms with a dual-fold 13/24m option and tri-fold up to 36m.
Our hydraulic incline feature enables you to incline one boom while still using the other, making it easy to spray around obstacles and adjust the boom to the terrain’s contours.
Optional NORAC height control also ensures the boom is kept in the optimum position for effective application.
Individual Nozzle Control (INC) and Auto Nozzle Select (ANS) also offer improved accuracy and reduced overspray, particularly in irregularly shaped fields with individual nozzles activated electronically either automatically or manually from the cab.
From a boom system that combines versatility, technology and stability – featuring recirculating booms and quick-acting air valves at the nozzle as standard – to Househam’s Intelligent Transmission System (HITS) that regulates speed both on and off-road for maximum efficiency, the Harrier is packed with productivity-boosting technology.
Select (ANS) for constant and accurate application. Choose Boom Height Control for efficient following of contours using ultrasonic sensors. And use Spray Pilot – a hydraulically controlled system – for hands free steering for ultimate accuracy and efficiency.
TMC is Househam’s intuitive, easy-to-use, touchscreen console that provides fingertip control of all the machine’s functions. The TMC is the main interface for setting up the spraying system, featuring Househam’s Spray Pilot auto steering and NavGuide GPS mapping system which offers precise control of application rate.
Long hours in the field become less demanding thanks to the comfortable, spacious and high spec Claas Jaguar X10 Cabin. The panoramic cab features full climate control, premium leather air-suspended seat, cool box, DAB radio and CD with Bluetooth, plus electrically adjustable mirrors.
A class leading ride on road or in field is achieved with the use of our air ride load sensing suspension system. Even weight distribution and a low centre of gravity ensures stability whatever the terrain.