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Nitro Sprayers of Colorado, LLC sells and services Miller field sprayers in Colorado, including Miller Nitro, Miller Condor, and Miller Atlas.  We have two locations- near Akron, CO, and near Bennett, CO.  Both of our locations have farm operations associated with them, and Miller Nitro sprayers are used on our farms, so we have real ag experience with our products.  We strive to provide the kind of service modern farms demand, with minimal downtime and personal attention to your needs.

We also provide complete GPS equipment solutions through Lewton Ag. Services, including Swath Guidance, AutoSteer products, and a full range of precision GPS equipment.  Raven, Cultiva, AutoFarm, Satloc, Ag. Leader Technology, and other Precision Ag. suppliers are available based on the customer's needs and preferences. 

The Miller Company builds both front-mounted boom Nitro hydrostat models and rear-mounted boom Condor mechanical drive models for today's high performance ag operations.They also build rear-mounted boom Atlas floaters for liquid or dry applications.  Boom sizes range from 60' to 120'. 

The air-assisted SprayAir Boom technology is also manufactured by Miller, giving growers the added capability for product delivery that air booms can provide.  Application of fungicides, insecticides and even herbicides is enhanced through droplet size control.  SprayAir booms are currently available for the Condor rear-boom sprayers.  

We also offer Specialty Enterprises Aluminum Booms (Legacy and Millineum Booms), and Pommier Aluminum Booms for installation on all field sprayer manufacturers.

Contact Information:

Nitro Sprayers of Colorado
Rick Lewton
33415 Rd. 33
Otis,  CO  80743
970-345-2408 Office
970-554-0470 Cell  
970-345-2420 Fax 
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Nitro Sprayers of Colorado
Curtis Lewton
47500 East 144th Ave.
Bennett,  CO  80102
303-644-3655 Office
303-803-8581 Cell
303-644-4836 Fax
Map

 


Miller Sprayers

Nitro 5000 Series
 
Atlas



Used Equipment

Available New Trades:

2008 Nitro 4275, 3100 hours, 120' Steel Boom, 1600g SS tank, 650x38 tires, Raven Viper, AutoSteer, Accuboom, Autoboom, $175,000

2008 Nitro 4275, 1742 hours, 120' Pommier Aluminum Boom, 1600g SS tank, 650x38 tires, Raven Viper, AutoSteer Accuboom, AutoBoom- very good unit $225,000

2009 Nitro 4240, 432 hours, 100' Steel boom, 1200g poly tank, 380x46 Michelin tires, Raven Envisio Pro, Accuboom- like new unit $220,000

2009 Nitro 4315, 100' Boom, 1600g. SS Tank, 650x38 Tires, Raven AutoSteer, Raven AutoBoom, Raven Accuboom, Viper Display, 2080 hours, $180,000

2008 Nitro 4275 120 Pommier Alumunium Boom, 1600g SS tank, Raven Viper, Autoboom, Accuboom, 2850 hours, $175,000
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New Set 380x46 Wheels & Tires  for Miller Nitro

New 520x38 Tires (Titan)

New 120' Miller MonoBeam Boom Sections In Stock

Used 120' Miller Miller MonoBeam Boom in Stock

Used 120' Pommier Aluminum Boom-Like new-reconditioned
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