IS SPRAYER MAINTENANCE HURTING YOUR MARGINS?

Apache Sprayers come with simplicity and peace of mind

Every farmer knows it pays to keep up on sprayer maintenance as it’s critical to the performance and longevity of the machine. Farm machinery has become increasingly complex, which is a double-edged sword. It can translate to increased performance in the field — but can also mean more time and difficulty to maintain in your own shop. The more parts a machine has the more things that can go wrong. That’s Murphy’s Law.

Sprayer maintenance simplified

Ask our customers why they run with Apache Sprayers, and most times you’ll get a one-word answer: simplicity. Apache Sprayers are simple to operate and even easier to maintain. Spending less time working on your machine and more time in the fields.

“As far as sprayer maintenance requirements, I would say (the Apache Sprayer) is simple. You’ve got your engine, your transmission and your rear end. Simply grease and oil and it’s good to go.” — Nate Kuntz (Covington, Ohio)

Save big on replacement parts

All Apache Sprayers are designed with common components. That means Apache owners don’t pay for us to manufacture, warehouse and ship lots of different parts for our sprayers. This results in big sprayer maintenance and upkeep savings for you.

The industry’s best five-year warranty

Every Apache Sprayer that rolls off the assembly line come with a five-year limited warranty — the best in the industry. Equipment Technologies (ET) is the only manufacturer with full-machine coverage for the first two years (less than 1,000 hours).

Here are all the details:

Years 1-2: Limited warranty covers the total machine — parts and labor — for the first two years from the warranty start date or 1,000 hours, whichever comes first.

Years 3-5: Limited warranty covers some powertrain and chassis components for parts only from the warranty start date or 2,000 hours, whichever comes first. For a complete list of components covered under warranty for years 3-5, visit ApacheSprayers.com/Warranty.

Engine warranty: The limited engine warranty is covered by Cummins Inc. for two years or 2,000 hours from the warranty start date, whichever comes first.

“It’s just one of those things that, you know, a five-year warranty…that’s unheard of in the industry. They’ve got that much confidence in their machines.”
— Pervis Ellis (Harrisburg, Illinois)

 

Want to find out what your ROI could be if you owned your own sprayer? Get your free calculation using the form!

YES, I WANT TO SIMPLIFY MY SPRAYING MARGINS!

The team at Equipment Technologies has created a comprehensive ROI calculator to help you evaluate your current spraying method (whether you use a competitive brand sprayer, custom application or pull-behind) and determine the overall cost to your operation. You will be astounded by the value and savings an Apache Sprayer can provide — sprayer maintenance and beyond.

 

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