DTS10 Hagie™ Self-Propelled Sprayer
- John Deere
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Key Features & Specs
- Hagie Dual Tank System (DTS) with decades of proven application performance
- Two-solution tanks mounted low between axles
- Lighter weight (20,000 lbs.) allows early field access
- Low center of gravity, balanced front-to-back, side-to-side
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- Engine hp 225 (167 kW)
- Boom Width up to 90 feet (27 m)
- Boom Sections 5
- Application Speed 20 mph (32 km/h)
- Transport Speed 30 mph (45 km/h)
- Solution Capacity 1,000 gallons (3,800 L)
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DTS10 spray booms
The spray booms are controlled by an electrohydraulic system. This system consists of operator-manipulated switches (located on the side console and the hydrostatic drive control handle) and hydraulic cylinders (attached to the booms), which provide lift, level, and horizontal extension.
Hydraulically folding the extensions of an 18.3- or 24.4-m (60- or 80-ft) or 18.3- or 27.4-m (60- or 90-ft) spray boom and shutting off the outer sections essentially turns it into an 18.3-m (60-ft) spray boom. The wet boom connections feature with ARAG® EasyFit fittings with an o-ring seal and are 13-mm (0.5-in.) schedule 5 pipe-fed from one end with a 25-mm (1-in.) hose.
Wet boom nozzle
DTS10 Front 18.3 or 24.4 m
(60 or 80 ft)
18.3 or 27.4 m
(60 or 90 ft)
Seven Standard - 38 cm (15 in.)
Optional - 51 cm (20 in.)
ARAG is a trademark of ARAG S.r.l.
Frame and axles
The DTS10 Sprayer mainframe design features horizontal cross-through axle tubes, as well as boom and platform mounts on weldment.
- 360.7-cm (142-in.) mainframe width
- 182.9-cm (72-in.) ground clearance
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Solution tank, pump, and pump switch
Two 1892-L (500-gal.) polyethylene tanks are mounted on tank cradles on each side of the machine. The solution tank design allows the sump to drain on a 30 percent grade and is equipped with a spinball rinse system. A mechanical sight gauge is located on top of each solution tank to visually check the solution level at all times.
The Hypro® 9306C-HM1C solution pump (located beneath the center of the machine) is a centrifugal-type hydraulically driven pump that is controlled by the solution pump control valve and the spray system console. It comes with silicon-carbide seals.
The solution pump draws solution out of the tank at the rate determined during calibration. It dispenses solution through the many valves and hoses that make up the spray system and also dispenses fluids through the agitation and rinse systems.
Solution pump switch
The solution pump switch is located on the side console and is used to turn the solution pump on and off.
NOTE: When the solution pump is on, a solution pump indicator (located on the machine display home page - field mode) will illuminate.
Hypro is a trademark of Pentair Flow Technologies, LLC.
DTS10 cab and controls overview
Location (image) Component Description/notes A Steering wheel Optional premium leather-wrapped steering wheel B Hazard/warning lights switch --- C Highway/warning lights switch --- D Turn signal indicator Left-hand side E Highway running lights indicator --- F High beams indicator --- G Turn signal indicator Right-hand side H Steering wheel telescope adjust handle Available only if equipped with this option I Steering column tilt adjust button Knee angle
Available only if equipped with this option
J Steering column release pedal --- K Operator foot pegs Two pegs
Available only if equipped with this option
L Deceleration (decel) pedal --- M Horn --- N Windshield washer --- O Turn signal lever --- P Windshield wiper speed --- Q High beams (brights) ---
Location (image) Component Description/notes A Emergency stop (e-stop) switch
The e-stop switch provides a quick method for stopping the engine in an emergency situation.
B Foam marker switch (if equipped) The foam marker switch controls foam application on both sides of the machine. C Rinse switch The rinse switch is used to rinse the solution tank and spray booms. D Boom solution valve switches
The boom solution valve switches each control a valve located on the boom or transom. The valves control the flow of the solution through the boom.
E Fence row switch (left-hand side)
The fence row switches are used in the selection of either the right or left fence row spray nozzle.
F Rate control switches The rate control switches control the rate in which solution is applied through the spray booms by either the rate controller (enable) or operator-controlled spray rate (manual). G Rear nozzle switch
The rear nozzle switch controls the two rear nozzles (located behind the rear tires).
H Pump speed and rate switches
The pump speed/rate switches allow the operator to increase or decrease flow rate through the spray system.
I Fence row switch (right-hand side) --- J Main tank valve switch (left-hand side)
The main tank valve switch controls the solution tank valve. This switch must be in the on (open) position for spray application.
K Solution pump switch The solution pump switch is used to turn the solution pump on or off. L Agitation valve switch The agitation valve switch controls the rate of flow through the agitation system. M Main tank valve switch (right-hand side --- N Boom extension switches (left/right outer fold) The boom extension switches are used to extend or retract the outer boom extensions. O Traction valve switch --- P Ignition switch --- Q Power mirror switch (if equipped) The power mirror switch allows vertical or horizontal adjustment of the electric side-view mirrors by pressing the switch in the desired position. R Hydrostatic drive control handle The hydrostatic drive control handle controls the direction of the machine and the speed in which it travels. It is also used to control the spray booms, master spray, end row management, and shift up/down speeds. S Transom switch (up/down) The transom switch is used to raise and lower the main lift. T Right-hand boom switch The left- and right-hand boom switches are used to raise, lower, extend, and retract the spray booms. U Left-hand boom switch The left- and right-hand boom switches are used to raise, lower, extend, and retract the spray booms. V Master spray switch The master spray switch activates the boom solution valves. W End row management switch The end-row management switch is a programmable switch that enables various functions (i.e. all-wheel steer, auto steer, master spray, and NORAC® enable) when the switch is depressed. End-row management settings are programmed through the machine display. X Shift up switch The shift up/down switches are used for speed range selection. Y Shift down switch The shift up/down switches are used for speed range selection. Z Parking brake switch The parking brake switch is used to engage and disengage the parking brake, as well as extend and retract the ladder. AA Throttle switch The throttle switch is used to control engine speed (rpm). BB Remote stereo controls The remote stereo controls are conveniently located to control the stereo (volume, mute, source, and seek). CC 12-V power ports Four power ports are provided for the connection of additional items (such as radios and computer equipment). DD Two auxiliary audio input connections The auxiliary audio input allows connection of a personal iPod® device or MP3 player.
Overhead monitors and controls
Location (image) Component Description/notes A Courtesy/interior work light
The courtesy light comes on automatically when the cab door is opened. The interior work light is activated by manually pressing the interior work light switch (located on the light housing).
B Stereo (if equipped)
The stereo features with an AM/FM tuner, weatherband broadcasting, CD player, MP3 player, USB/iPod controls, and Bluetooth® wireless system (if equipped).
C Climate controls
The climate controls allow the operator to set and maintain desired cab temperature. Vents are placed throughout the cab to keep air circulating and to maintain clear windows throughout the cab.
D NORAC monitor (if equipped)
The NORAC monitor controls the automatic boom leveling system.
E Spray system console
The spray system is controlled by the spray system console and the solution pump control valve. The system receives data and automatically makes adjustments based on the target rate of application set by the operator.
F Machine display
The machine display is the central control center of the machine. It controls many of the machine’s electronically driven functions (i.e. machine drive, AWS, attachment operation, tread adjustment, spray systems, lights, diagnostics, etc.).
G Machine gauges
The machine gauge panel on the A-post is conveniently located for viewing engine rpm, fuel level, engine coolant temperature, and engine aftertreatment level (if equipped).
NORAC is a trademark of NORAC Systems International, Inc. iPod is a trademark of Apple, Inc. Bluetooth is a trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
Hagie™ DTS Series engines
6.7-L (408.9-cu in.) Cummins® QSB engine
The Hagie DTS10 is powered by a 6.7-L (408.9-cu in.) Cummins QSB diesel engine providing 165-kW (225-hp) using an emissions-compliant Final Tier 4 (FT4) configuration. This 6.7-L (408.9-cu in.) engine is electronic with an air-to-air cooler and turbocharger.
The FT4 engine requires ultra-low sulfur diesel (ULSD).
The rear-mounted engine keeps constant weight to offset the spray boom and leaves space in the center of machine for the varying weight of fuel and rinse tanks. This allows for better coolant airflow and reduction of cab noise.
The engine exhaust is located at the rear of the machine. This helps to reduce interior cab and noise vibration.
Cummins is a trademark of Cummins, Inc. Hagie is a trademark of Hagie Manufacturing Company, LLC and similar to John Deere branded equipment, Deere will also support Hagie equipment.
|Automatic boom height||NORAC|
|Plumbing material||Stainless steel|
|Boom length options||18/24 and 18/27 m
60/80 and 60/90 ft
|Breakaway width||For 27-m (90-ft) booms - 3 m
|Ground height adjustment||58 to 257 cm
23 to 101 in.
|Boom sections||Seven sections for boom widths - 18/24 and 18/27 m
60/80 and 60/90 ft