Ask Apache owners what they like best about their Apache and you typically hear the same one-word response: Dependability. Apache sprayers are built from the ground-up for performance and longevity. That’s why Apache 1000 Series sprayers have earned the “Best Retained Value” award from EquipmentWatch™ two years running.
So…how does a machine earn the reputation as being the most dependable self-propelled sprayer on the planet?
At Apache, we know simplicity breeds dependability. The smart, simple design of an Apache sprayer optimizes performance and reduces the likelihood of breakdowns. In the event something DOES go wrong, the simple maintenance, lower parts costs and industry-leading 5-year powertrain warranty means you will be back in the field spraying in no time.
The best sprayer on the market is backed by the industry’s best warranty. Every Apache that rolls off the assembly line comes with a 5-year limited warranty. You won’t find another sprayer manufacturer that stands behind their machine the way we do. Apache is the only manufacturer with full machine coverage for the first two years (<1,000 hrs).
Hydrostat vs. Mechanical
The complexity of hydrostatic drive sprayers can lead to extensive downtime and repair costs in the event something fails. Apache sprayers feature a simple mechanical drive transmission with fewer parts than hydrostat machines–making an Apache far easier to maintain.
A Smoother Ride
The flex-frame on Apache sprayers consists of c-channel flex-frame rails and a pivoting front axle. The design is similar to a tri-axle dump truck as it constantly flexes and twists, which means:
- Less stress on the machine and operator
- Less maintenance and downtime
- Increased durability and longer machine life
Discover the dependability of Apache Sprayers for yourself and schedule a demo now:
“A warranty is a peace of mind thing. Having the 5-year powertrain warranty is a definite asset even if you don’t use it. It tells me that the Apache folks are quite confident in their machine, even if we’ve never had to use it.”
—Kevin Zepick, Kipling, SK Canada