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19. Example 4 – Spray Output – continued

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:30 by NZTecAdmin

Now if we multiply the boom width in m x its speed in m/h we’ll get how many square metres (m2) are covered per hour.
For example if a 3 m boom is travelling 1000 m/hr it will cover 3000 m2 per hour.

So boom width (m) x speed (m/h) gives m2/hr (and speed in m/hr comes from km/hr x 1000)



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