Varex Group company presented Challenger and Simba branded agricultural equipment in the region of Paskalevo village near Dobrich. The team of the company demonstrated the advantages of using a self-propelled sprayer Challenger Spra-Coupe 4000.
“The main advantage of the sprayer is that it is self-propelled so you don’t need a tractor to pull the sprayer”, said Frank Rombouts, Application product support specialist in AGCO (Challenger for Europe, Africa, and the Middle East). Combined with its technical characteristics, the sprayer has higher productivity and lower costs.
The Spa-Coupe 4000 has been engineered for more horsepower and more torque. The sprayer is more powerful with the 4.4 Tier 3, 125 hp engine. The liquid tank is 1575 liters. The spraying system is controlled by even 460. It has 5 steel boom sections with a spraying width of 24 meters. Its maximum speed infield is about 25 km/h. The spraying system is easy-to-control, flow-based. The adjustable boom height ensures a perfect spray pattern in all crop stages. Varex Group company also offers at Bulgarian market the bigger Challenger Spra-Coupe – 7000 which has a liquid tank of 2750 liters and booms of 27 meters.
Varex Group Company offers at Bulgarian market Challenger branded combines, too. Farmers had the opportunity to see the combined harvester equipped with a 6-meter header during the presentation. Furthermore, the team of Varex Group showed a Caterpillar Challenger MT 865 Track Tractor with Simba SL cultivator.
Currently, Varex Group company offers an almost complete range of products of Challenger in Bulgaria. “Bulgarian farmers already know the brand of Challenger and they increasingly trust it”, said Ivan Maslarov, Executive Director of Varex Group. He also announced that from the beginning of next year the company plans to introduce the Challenger Series wheel tractors at the Bulgarian market.