14
Aug 2023

Affordable and Effective Frost Protection – Tow and Blow

Affordable and Effective Frost Protection – Tow and Blow
These fully mobile frost fans provide an effective and affordable solution to frost protection of all crops.

No permanent foundation is required, and the machine can lowered and stored away in the summer months.  The unique design of this fan will provide frost protection for all crops even when grown in valleys or on hillsides.  The ability to angle the impeller and horizontally oscillate the fan head for these applications delivers exceptional versatility and completely sets the machine apart from traditional tower fans.

Tow and Blow Machines have the functionality to allow you to select the tower to either rotate 360 degrees or preset to rotate through any angle of choice, 90 degrees or 180 degrees.   With the speed of the rotation adjustable the target protection area is assured whatever the shape of your block.  No building consents or permits required, these machines are very quiet along with the low fuel consumption due to an efficient design of the diesel engine direct drive to the fan eliminating lost horsepower through long driveshafts.

The real ‘magic’ is the carefully designed and manufactured shroud, coupled with the unique design of the impeller with specific pitch to deliver maximum air flow through the front straightening vanes.   Depending on the model, either 250h or large 650h, the Tow and Blow Frost Fan can protect areas up to 7 ha.   Auto temperature start up and shut down takes away any anxiety, and the Smart Connect option to your phone gives the added assurance that the machine is set up ready to go!

Talk to us today for more information sales@towandblow.co.nz visit website www.towandblow.com

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or contact:

Jason Smith
Sales Director

+64 6 873 0000 | +64 21 287 3008
jason.smith@hydralada.co.nz
702 Omahu Road, Hastings,4120, New Zealand
hydralada.com

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