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Househam’s Advanced Engineering Division is responsible for the R&D, technology and engineering services function and is the backbone of the Househam Sprayers Group. We provide world class technical innovation, research and development, testing and manufacturing services to deliver exciting, effective and efficient concepts for our global customers.

With over four decades of success within the agricultural sprayer market, we are able to combine cutting edge technology devised by some of the industry’s best engineers with precision manufacturing and speed to market.

Working in close collaboration with our customers and partners, Househam Advanced Engineering creates not just industry leading design and technology but efficient performance and delivery to meet the sustainability challenges of the 21st century.


Househam self-propelled sprayers are designed to deliver maximum performance with minimal soil compaction –  features include low weight structure with optimal weight distribution, large row crop wheels and a lower boom configuration that delivers a lower centre of gravity for outstanding stability when spraying.

Low Compaction


Developed by Househam for maximum efficiency and operator comfort. From the panoramic, ergonomic cab – the best in its class, to a boom system that combines versatility, technology and stability featuring recirculating booms  and quick-acting air valves at the nozzle as standard, with options that include Hydraulic incline, Auto Nozzle Select (ANS) for constant and accurate application,  Boom Height Control that utilises ultra-sonic  sensors  for efficient following of contours and Spray Pilot – a hydraulically controlled system for hands free steering for ultimate accuracy and efficiency.



Househam Innovation puts you in complete control with Total Machine Control (TMC) which integrates many functions into one simple to use touch screen console and is also the platform for Househam FieldMaster GPS system- designed exclusively for Househam sprayers for exceptional field mapping accuracy, light-bar guidance and auto-section control.