AGCO Introduces Three RoGator High-Clearance Sprayers for 2012

| 8/18/2011 12:14:27 PM

Tags: Farm Equipment, AGCO, rogator, Press Release,

AGCOFeaturing e3 SCR technology; loaded with practical solutions to improve power, performance, serviceability, emissions and fuel consumption.

The bar has been raised once more as AGCO Application Equipment introduces for 2012 three new RoGator high-clearance sprayers designed with even more power under the hood and boom-to-boom benefits to cut down on fuel consumption, emissions, maintenance and operator fatigue. 

“We set out to make a RoGator that was compliant with mandatory Environmental Protection Agency emission standards, but the advantages of these new models go way beyond clean-air benefits,” says Mark Sharitz, AGCO Application Equipment director of marketing. “Customers are going to experience higher engine horsepower, easier access to service points, more-efficient fuel consumption and reduced in-cab noise levels, among many other benefits. We’re confident that no other professional-grade applicator in its class provides the quality, productivity, value and operating experience that the RoGator offers.” 

At the core of the RoGator RG900, RG1100 and RG1300 models is a proven drivetrain system and powerful and efficient Tier 4 interim-compliant AGCO POWER 8.4-liter diesel engine with e3 selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology that provides a boost in horsepower and fuel efficiency. Thoughtful placement of service access points means that most maintenance tasks can be quickly accomplished at ground level, saving valuable time and energy. The enhanced operator environment with reduced noise levels and advanced information technology solutions make crop application smarter, more productive and enjoyable. 

Convenient Service Points 

“Machine maintenance is critical to productivity, which is why a lot of time and attention was put into making service checks faster and easier to accomplish,” explains Paul Haefner, AGCO Application Equipment product marketing specialist. 

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