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Bazooka Farmstar unveils Phantom 2 InjectorBazooka Farmstar unveils Phantom 2 Injector

One of the key features of the Phantom 2 Injector is its little to no in-season maintenance requirement.

May 26, 2023

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Bazooka Farmstar

Bazooka Farmstar is proud to announce the release of the Phantom 2 Injector, a liquid manure injection unit that provides maximum performance with minimal soil disturbance. The Phantom 2 Injector is designed for longevity, little to no in-season maintenance, and easy-to-replace wear parts, ensuring uniform nutrient coverage across the entire field by precisely injecting liquid manure 4"-6" beneath the surface.

The Phantom 2 Injector unit is equipped with rugged components that deliver consistent performance, season after season. The Phantom 2 Injector can apply and cover 2,500 up to 20,000 gallons per acre, making it an ideal solution for a wide range of liquid manure applications. Achieve up to 25,000 GPA with the Phantom 2 Edge upgrade.

One of the key features of the Phantom 2 Injector is its little to no in-season maintenance requirement. The greaseless main pin and closure pin bushings, as well as the heavy-duty sealed main hub and closure hub bearings, make this unit entirely maintenance-free during the application season. The Phantom 2 Injector also features easily replaceable bolt-on subcomponents and wear parts for simple, low-cost maintenance and repairs.

The Phantom 2 Injector features a heavy-duty torsion spring that can be adjusted to apply increasing amounts of down pressure to the closure blade, ensuring consistent coverage in varying field conditions and soil types.

The Phantom 2 Injector is only available fully assembled on new Bazooka Farmstar Titan toolbars and Standard tank bars. The Phantom 2 will offer two downforce options: spring or hydraulic.

To learn more or demo the enhanced Phantom 2 manure injector unit from Bazooka Farmstar, please visit the website or call 1.800.775.7448.

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