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Franktonpaget
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Quote Franktonpaget Replybullet Topic: Ransome MG Sprayers
    Posted: 16 Feb 2013 at 9:21am
Seems a bit quite on the Forum so Ransome MG always generate interest and with the planned MG gathering may be topical, also Sprayers seem to be a neglected subject.
So does anybody have a Micron Sprayer mounted on a Ransomes MG for vineyards or tomatoes ?
 
Produced by Micron Sprayers Ltd of Birmingham in about 1960  it had a rotary atomiser driven from the MG pto with a nine foot throw from the air blast.
 
I will see if I can get picture listed but driver would have needed protection not to get soaked 
 
Also around the same time and topical as the MG gathering is in Kent is the MG attachment made by Kent Engineering called the Mist blower and Mister/Duster.
Are any of these surviving ?
 
regards FP
 
 
 
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Quote Wesley Replybullet Posted: 16 Feb 2013 at 11:34pm
I don't know about micron sprayers but I do have a Drake and Fletcher orchard sprayer for my MG , It will be at the Kent event!
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