Golf Course Management

APR 2013

Golf Course Management magazine is dedicated to advancing the golf course superintendent profession and helping GCSAA members achieve career success.

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The new Smithco Star Command System changes everything. Spray Star 3180 1. START WITH THE BEST SPRAY PLATFORMS IN THE INDUSTRY, THE SMITHCO SPRAY STAR 3180 AND THE SPRAY STAR 2000. Spray Star 3180 (as seen above) • The lowest center of gravity ever built into a spray vehicle. • Simple and reliable hydraulic drive. • Built to maneuver everywhere, outside turning circle is only 17 ft/5.2 m diameter, hydraulic power steering. • Two ground speed control systems, one for short distances, one for long fairway drives. • The tank is low and sleek and has a capacity of 318 gal/1,203 liter tank, constructed of chemical-proof fiber reinforced polystyrene, Smithco Quad-Jet Agitation System. • 35.5 hp/26.6 kW three-cylinder diesel engine. Power to spare. Spray Star 2000 (Identical to the Spray Star 3180 except for the tank size and engine.) • 31 hp twin-cylinder air-cooled engine. More power than anyone. • 200 gal/757 liter tank, constructed of chemical-proof fiber reinforced polystyrene, chemicals kept in suspension by the Smithco Quad-Jet Agitation System. ® Capstan and SharpShooter are registered trademarks of Capstan Ag Systems, Inc. ® Envizio Pro and Raven Switch Pro is a registered trademark of Raven Industries, Inc.

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