Where are Hardi Sprayers manufactured?

Adelaide, South Australia

The majority of HARDI sprayers and booms sold in Australia and New Zealand are manufactured here. We employ more than 100 engineering, testing, distribution and support staff in 15,000 square metres of modern facilities, located on our 10-hectare site in Adelaide, South Australia.

Are Hardi Sprayers any good? Hardi are good though some of the standard booms are a little weak. All the plastic fittings are available (which is a good thing) but cost a fortune. So try before you buy, even if its only in the sellers yard using fresh water. Most have large pumps (3 diaphragms), so fast tick over on the engine is usually plenty.

Who bought Hardi Sprayers?

Exel

Paris, France based Exel owns several global sprayer brands including Hardi International since 2007.

Who makes Apache sprayers?

Equipment Technologies

Apache Sprayers’ parent company, Equipment Technologies, was founded in 1997, with one goal in mind: build the best and most reliable agricultural sprayers.

How much is an Apache sprayer?

$30,000-$85,000

Unmatched affordability. Did you know that Apache Sprayers are one of the most affordable self-propelled sprayers on the market. The average price of an Apache Sprayer is $30,000-$85,000 less than comparable competitive sprayers in the market.

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