The last Condor IV self-propelled sprayer has been produced by Dutch manufacturer Agrifac. The machine left the company’s Steenwijk factory closely followed by a new Condor V, the successor to extremely successful sprayer that has been in production since 2015.

With more than 500 units produced and sold in more than 20 countries worldwide, from Europe to Australia and North America, the Condor IV has proven to be a particularly successful generation that consisted of several models and versions.

The Agrifac Condor IV MountainMasterPlus is capable of levelling on slopes.

In addition to the standard version, there was also the Condor ClearancePlus, which was characterised by an adjustable ground clearance of 130 to 200cm, the Condor WideTrackPlus with an adjustable track width between 225 and 300cm and the MountainMasterPlus that can level on steep slopes.

The successor of the Condor IV, the Condor V, has already come off the starting blocks. This new generation of Condor sprayers has been in production since January 20.

In addition to the Condor, Agrifac also produces the Condor Endurance, a high-capacity sprayer with a 8,000 litre tank, and the LightTraxx beet harvester.

For more information visit: www.agrifac.com.