When testing air, land, and waterborne vehicles, an air boom is utilized to gather source data. The place where the air data boom is fixed on the vehicle enables measurement of reasonably undisturbed air.
Mounting is typically done on the vehicle’s nose, wing, or top horizontal stabilizer to provide such undisturbed air.
The global air boom market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Case IH and Salford Group collaborate to introduce a new air boom applicator. Salford Group has established a partnership with Case IH to supply Case IH Titan Floaters chassis with Salford’s air boom application technology.
The Case IH FA 1030, a revolutionary 350 cubic foot hopper design and 72-foot air boom from Salford, will be offered on the Case IH Titan 4540, with further plans to make the FA 1030 available for 3540 Titan floater variants.The Valmar subsidiary of Salford has been designing and producing Venturi pneumatic applicators for more years.
Because of its easy-to-use, easy-to-maintain design, the Venturi granular applicator, invented by Valmar, has become the industry standard for air boom application in the crop production sector.
Since Valmar initially introduced Venturi applicators, the business has continued to improve technology, including features like left/right section control for more precise product applications and more even distribution even in challenging situations like hillside application.
The engineering team at Salford, which places a strong emphasis on innovation, has recently worked to increase the capacity and application width of the applicators, achieve high ground speeds while increasing application rates, and introduce flexible, multiproduct hopper designs that can apply multiple products at various rates.
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