The award winning RoGator 600 is set to be displayed at the National Self-Propelled Sprayer Demo Day (NSPSDD).
The NSPSDD is an annual event which enables users to get hands on experience with new machinery in real world conditions.
The event, which takes place at Bramcote Hall Farm, Tamworth, will host a range of producers including Agrifac, Bateman, Chantry Dammann and Challenger, a brand of AGCO, who will be bringing the new RoGator.
Boasting a mix of modern technology, forward thinking design and robust engineering visitors to the show will be impressed with the way the new Rogator handles the steep banks of the show.
Challenger's RoGator 600D provides superior levels of operator visibility, space and comfort, and is the first machine to use AGCO's newly-developed global cab.
Totally integrated into the sprayer, engineers have maximised the use of all available space on the Category 4 certified Vision cab.
Being 32cm wider than the previous RoGator C-Series cab there is plenty of space for the passenger seat which contains an integrated storage box capable of both cooling and heating.
The new cab also provides a generous 14.3 per cent interior volume increase and the front screen is nearly 90 per cent larger than before.
On the exterior the fuel and ad-blue tanks have been combined and the size of the diesel tank has been increased by 90-litres, from 230 to 320 litres.
The height of the side-walls of the pull-out chemical storage container has also been lowered making it easier to replace spray cans, and the front is now fitted with a soap dispenser.
The RoGator D also features a totally updated technology package including an in-house developed application control. When fitted with Yara’s crop-sensor, these technology-packed machines can be used with several new precision farming features.
All vehicles come telemetry ready, allowing access to AGCO’s soon to be introduced “Fuse Connected Services”. Connected Services are Dealer offered service packages ensuring vehicle up-time and operation optimisation.