Case IH Releasing Silver Anniversary Patriot Sprayers


It was the fall of 1991 when Tyler Industries started building its Patriot high clearance sprayers at Benson, Minnesota. Bought by Case IH in 1998, 2016 marks the 25th anniversary for the Patriot sprayer.

“This is our opportunity to celebrate a significant milestone with this product line,” explains Mark Burns, application equipment market manager for Case IH in the video below.

In the fourth quarter of this year, Case will be building 100 special edition 25th anniversary Patriot 4440 and 3340 sprayers with a silver and red paint scheme. The first was on display at the Farm Progress Show in Iowa last month.

In addition to featuring Case’s new AIM Command Flex spray technology, the 25th anniversary machines will come standard with Michelin tires, Raven Industries guidance technology and Wilger Combo-Rate nozzle bodies.

Stay tuned for part two with Mark Burns, covering what’s new with the just-launched AIM Command Flex system.

Find more of Real Ag’s coverage of the 2016 US Farm Progress Show here.

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