APEX by Fecon introduces their lineup of hydro seeding and environmental spray applicators for off-road environments, such as solar project sites. Designed for the rigors of off-road use, these applicators provide the durability needed for remote applications, including rubber track mounted options, units fitted with oversized flotation tires or tracks, and other options to simplify remote, off-road projects. Large pumps and agitation systems mix the most viscous of matrixes and keep them in suspension in the stainless-steel body until ready to discharge through the vortex pump at distances of up to 325 feet.
Designed to maximize productivity and profitability, APEX hydro seed applicators can hold and distribute more slurry, yielding more coverage per tank load. Each component is designed for material versatility, durability, extremely low maintenance, and a long service life.
A stainless-steel mixing tank with corrosion reducing materials for the tank top and working platform greatly reduces the maintenance required. A raised loading hatch, a fully enclosed engine compartment, and an innovatively designed hydraulic system maximizes efficiency while eliminating the high maintenance demands of traditional hydraulic systems.
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The innovative APEX power pack design is removable, replaceable, and upgradable to extend the life of your tank while keeping up with the latest technologies and requirements for engines and pumps.
All APEX Applicators are supported by a 15-year protection against tank corrosion, 3-year hydraulic components and 2-year engine warranty.
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