T H White’s offering of leading agricultural brands has been further strengthened by the addition of Chafer crop sprayers to the line-up.

Designed and built in North Lincolnshire, the Chafer range of trailed and self-propelled crop sprayers focuses on quality, low cost of ownership and easy access to parts through the company’s UK supply network. Chafer was established in 1901 and over the last century the company’s extensive experience of application techniques and development of dedicated spraying equipment has made it a byword for the accurate application of agricultural chemical and liquid fertilisers.

New design features and technologies are incorporated in Chafer sprayers to make operation easy and ensure excellent productivity whilst maximising application accuracy. For example, Chafer’s ePlumbing systems offer operators fully automated filling, rinsing and dilution at the touch of a button. All chafer sprayers also feature stainless steel main and rinse tanks which are supremely strong and easy to clean.

Chafer Guardian and Sentry trailed sprayers offer boom widths from 24m to a massive 42m with tank capacities from 3,000 to 6,000 litres, while the Defender and Interceptor self-propelled models offer high performance in the medium-size sector with boom widths up to 36m. Deutz engines coupled to advanced Bosch transmissions deliver plentiful power with maximum economy and minimum noise output.

“Although we haven’t been around quite as long as T H White,” said Chafer managing director Rob Starkey, “our two companies share a long history in the agricultural sector and we are delighted to be able to offer our range through such a highly respected dealer network.” T H White director David Rapkins commented: “Both T H White and Chafer are dedicated to quality and service. We are proud to be able to extend our offering to farmers with these outstanding sprayers which will help to drive efficiency and economy.”