Spraying by lances.
The Energic motoculteur was very versatile. As part of its duties, it was adapted to run various sprayers (pulvérisation) for insecticides, fertilizers, washers, chemicals and much more. This was predominantly in the viticulture, orchards and fruit growing farms. These adaptions were progressive and it was a testament to the robust design that such an array of equipment could be powered from the machine.
The earliest sprayers were operated from the Energic motoculteur C7 B4L and latterly on the Energic S bloc C7 and D9 motoculteurs. The piston operated pump (3 vitesse) operated, to a maximum pressure of 15 kgs by a chain drive direct from the moteur. There was enough pressure to operate 2 adjustable lances through flexible hoses up to 4/5 meters. Using a large 150 litre articulated reservoir they could be operated through narrow confines and over a long period.
Spraying orchards, very manoeuvrable within the confines of the tree planting.
Spraying from 2 hosed lances, with a pressured feeder tank. Note the lack of protective clothing and breathing masks.
At the factory, final inspection pre-delivery of an Energic C7 S Bloc, with spray system and reservoir. similar to the one below.
A later model with a larger tank on an Energic motoculteur S bloc C7. Chain driven pump.
The task of spraying was ideally suited to the Energic motoculteur with the powerful adaptions available.
Read more about the Energic motoculteur B1 here.
Read more about the Energic motoculteur G9 here.
Read more about Energic motoculteur C7 B4L here.
Read more about Energic motoculteur D9 B5L here.
Read more about Energic motoculteur D9 S Bloc here.
Read more about Energic motoculteur C7 S Bloc here.
Read more about Energic History here.
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