With an increasing number of late season crop fertility and protection applications, Case IH is excited to bring two new Miller Nitro® series sprayers to market. The Miller Nitro 7370 and 7410 front boom models are ideal for custom applicators and growers who are looking for a productive high-clearance sprayer to meet their full-season application needs.
The Miller Nitro 7370 and 7410 front boom high-clearance sprayers are the newest additions to the complete lineup of high-efficiency application equipment solutions offered by Case IH. Both provide custom applicators and growers with an option for late-season, highly efficient applications.
With more than 6 feet of ground clearance, each Miller Nitro model allows for late-season spraying in tall crops, ensuring critical yield-boosting applications are made when needed, regardless of crop height or maturity. The front cab and boom configuration gives operators a full front view of every nozzle so there’s no need to look back.
Miller Nitro 7370 and 7410 sprayers pack power, comfort and precision technology into a superior application solution. Both are equipped with 8.7-L, Tier 4B emissions FPT engines with 328-rated (244 kW) and 382-rated (284 kW) horsepower, respectively, for maximum power and fuel efficiency. FPT engines are the same engines included in all Case IH application equipment, so Case IH dealers will be able to service and repair engines on Miller Nitro 7000 series sprayers, if needed.
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At Case IH, operator comfort is a priority because we know that comfortable operators are more productive operators. You’ll appreciate the comfort of the air-ride cab with engine noise isolated behind the tank and the high-back adjustable seat.
Comfort is also engineered into the design and placement of the spray information monitor bar, standard on both models. Located in the roof panel directly in front of the operator, the monitor provides information about important sprayer operational activity, including status of rinse and product tank sump operation, master spray switch and boom sections on/off, foam marker operation, autosteer engagement, product pump functionality and more.
An ergonomically designed chassis monitor, located on an adjustable arm by the armrest, allows the operator to monitor and adjust several other systems, including heating/cooling, electrical, 4-wheel steer, camera and product circuit.
For display options, you can choose between the Miller SprayView IV or Raven Viper 4+ field computer. These displays provide operators with information specific to spray function, section control, mapping, autosteer, boom leveling and Miller IntelliSpray technology.
The addition of the Miller Nitro 7370 and 7410 high-clearance sprayer models is another example of the commitment of Case IH to offer a full line of application solutions that helps feed, protect and nurture crops — from start to finish, through every season.
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