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NorthStar 7-Nozzle Broadcast Boom Sprayer Kit

€340,00
  • Quads

This NorthStar 7-Nozzle Broadcast Boom Sprayer Kit converts select NorthStar sprayers into a time-saving broadcast sprayer with 11.7ft. spray width.

Allows quick switching between boom and spot spraying.

Left/center/right nozzle control accommodates full broadcast, narrow strip and perimeter spraying. Spring-loaded breakaway boom arm design.

Requires a minimum 2.2 GPM pump.
This NorthStar 7-Nozzle Broadcast Boom Sprayer Kit converts select NorthStar sprayers into a time-saving broadcast sprayer with 11.7ft.

spray width. Allows quick switching between boom and spot spraying. Left/center/right nozzle control accommodates full broadcast, narrow strip and perimeter spraying. Spring-loaded breakaway boom arm design. Requires a minimum 2.2 GPM pump.

7-nozzle boom kit with 11.7ft.

spray width
Left/center/right nozzle control accommodates full broadcast, narrow strip and perimeter spraying
Spring-loaded boom arms harmlessly break away if an object is struck
Boom quickly and easily connects and disconnects from the sprayer and folds for compact storage
Check valves help prevent nozzle drips when the pump is turned off

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