TurfEx releases new self-propelled sprayer/spreader

TurfEx announced Nov. 16 the introduction of its first self-propelled spreader/sprayer combination unit. The new RS7200 Spread-N-Spray boasts high capacity, superior material application and high-performance handling.

The Spread-N-Spray is powered by a 200-cc Honda GX200 engine with a 2:1 ratio gear reducer. Its heavy-duty transmission includes 2 forward gears, plus neutral and reverse. The unit comes with a hand-operated transmission disc brake, as well as a foot-controlled sulky band brake.

The large-capacity hopper accommodates 150 pounds, or 3 cubic feet, of material, which can be spread up to 11 feet wide. Additionally, the balanced tank system holds 17 gallons of liquid and contains just 1 fill port for quick, convenient refilling. The sprayer is powered by a 2-gpm pump, and the low-pressure nozzles offer multiple spray patterns to apply liquid up to 11 feet wide. A spot sprayer is also provided for weed-spraying applications.

Designed for smooth, safe operation, the machine is well balanced and has a low center of gravity. It easily handles rough or uneven terrain, thanks to the sulky’s sealed bearing pivot. A centrally located kill switch and lanyard are added for extra safety.

The Spread-N-Spray offers a variety of standard ergonomic features to enhance operator comfort and ensure high productivity. These include cushioned handlebars and an anti-fatigue foot mat, as well as user-friendly controls.

Furthermore, maintenance is kept to a minimum on the Spread-N-Spray. There are few moving parts and cables to service, and the engine is easily accessible. Additionally, after every 25 hours of operation, the waterproof tachometer provides a visual indicator to lubricate the machine.

Other standard features include a side deflector, fluid-filled tires, extra nozzles, flag storage and a built-in cup holder. The Spread-N-Spray is backed by a 2-year limited warranty.

TurfEx, a product division of TrynEx International