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Micron presents latest innovations at LAMMA


One of UK’s leading manufacturers of specialist spraying equipment, Micron Group, has presented its latest innovations at this year’s Lamma event. The company used its stand to launch the Generation II Micron Dual Tank and the new design 100 litre Tank System.
The newly updated Micron Dual Tank included a number of new features to award the system with improved stability, ease of use and added protection.
The manufacturer has moved all operator controls to the front of the unit to make it even more user friendly, relocated induction hoppers to the sides which subsequently made the unit 300mm shorter and repositioned the pumps to the rear of the unit to improve stability and reduce residual spray volumes in the hose lines. Micron’s Generation II Dual Tank also features road lighting and a protective bar on the front and sides to guard the unit from accidental damage.
Visitors to the company’s stand could also see Micron’s latest 100 litre Tank System. This latest model enjoys a stronger construction yet is lightweight. The 100 litre spraying tank capacity means users carry sufficient chemical for most applications without causing soil compaction and disturbance associated with heavier units.
The system also features a 15 litre flush tank and a separate 15 litre hand wash tank. Micron’s Tank System 100L can be front or rear mounted (3 point linkage: CAT 1 and 2) and is fully compatible with the manufacturer’s shielded Enviro equipment including Varidome, Undavina, Spraydome and Spraymiser models.

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