Sprayer components



Sprayer components

Worlds best application system

The TWIN concept is a unique HARDI feature, which was developed based on the experiences from the mistblowers back in the 70s and 80s.

The TWIN concept is founded in an all-round understanding and control of the application in a 3D format.

The end-user can operate with far more parameters than on a conventional sprayer, such as:

  • TWIN air speed
  • TWIN angle
  • Can cover all angles of the plant or crop

TWIN technique

Powerful blower units provide air to the left and right boom sides respectively. The large amount of air pro­duced by the double fans allows for faster application speeds even under very difficult weather conditions. Each blower can be stepless adjusted to a maximum output of 2000 m3/h/m boom width and a maximum air speed of 35 m/sec.

Up to 100% more capacity 
Spray drift from conventional sprayers can be so heavy that the operator has to stop befare the spray job is fin­ished. With efficient drift control it is much easier for the operator to be able to spray the entire field in one operation.

In most conditions, farmers using the TWIN sprayer get at least twice as many hours available for a safe and efficient spray job as with conventional sprayers.


Benefits with TWIN

  • Up to 100% more spray capacity
  • Reduced drift
  • Save up to 30% on chemicals
  • Better penetration in the crops
  • Improved spraying economy
  • Lower water consumption
  • Faster spraying speeds
  • More than 30 years' experience

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New test: Save up to 30% chemicals with HARDI TWIN technology compared to what you use today.

Test proves that HARDI TWIN gives up to 30% reduction in chemicals, and more than 80% lower drift using same nozzles, speed, dosage and under same wind conditions... 

TWIN FORCE trial – what happens on bare ground …
The HARDI TWIN is tested at Flakkebjerg/Aarhus University Denmark over a two year period from 2017 and 2018. 
The purpose of the test was to monitor the difference on deposits under the boom and the drift besides the boom using conventional and TWIN air assistance spraying technics. 
Spray deposition and spray drift from applications at two wind speeds were tested at 8 and 12 km/h with conventional technique and at 8, 12 and 16 km/h with TWIN air-assistance. A 24 meter trailed Hardi TWIN sprayer equipped with LD-025 nozzles at 3 bar pressure was used in the test.

In the report there is number of very interesting findings 
The advantages of TWIN FORCE air-assistance showing that spraying speeds from 8 to 12 km/h and high wind speeds are not causing problems for the quality of the application.

Download the report by filling out the form to the left.