New John Deere sprayer parts improve versatility

Spraying in a broad range of conditions just got easier with the new John Deere high-flow plumbing system for use on the 4920 Self-Propelled Sprayer. These sprayer parts include a high-capacity pump, high-flow nozzle body, spray elbow, and high-flow spray tips for greater versatility and flexibility when spraying low to high flow rates.

The high-flow nozzle body is available in a 3/8-inch and 11/16-inch port size.

When operating at 5 psi, the nozzle body performs at 3.8 gpm and 5.5 gpm, respectively.

Primary features

Primary features of the nozzle body include:

  • Radial five-port bayonet design for easy, quick spray tip changeover;

  • Compact, efficient design for high durability with Viton seals for excellent chemical resistance;

  • Heavy clamp with one-inch design for reliable retention and quick update to current standard plumbing system;

  • Slotted drain port for efficient boom drain out and

  • Check valve pressure options to adjust nozzle body shutoff (available in 2005).

The new high-flow nozzle bodies are offered as a high-flow option on the John Deere 4920 Self-Propelled Sprayer and can be used on current model machines with smaller pump/flow-rate wet systems.

New spray tips

John Deere also designed a new line of superior-performance high-flow spray tips with a unique flat-fan spray design for excellent spray distribution and free flow for improved spray consistency.

Additional features of the high-flow tips include:

  • 140-degree angled spray pattern for improved spray distribution in wide-spaced set-ups;

  • Quick-Change cap design allows for overlap capability with adjacent spray tips, providing flexibility in various spacing and improved coverage;

  • Low Coefficient of Variation performance ratings, providing excellent distribution;

  • Polyacetal design for extended wear life compared to poly stainless steel and

  • Easy installation and precision flow rate control.

Stop by your local John Deere Dealer to find out more about the new John Deere sprayer parts, or visit www.JohnDeere.com.

Hide comments

Comments

  • Allowed HTML tags: <em> <strong> <blockquote> <br> <p>

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
Publish