Salford is an industry leader in Electronics for Spreaders. The BBI Binary Manifold is designed to quickly Plug N Play with Agricultural Electronics. All Salford Hydraulic Spreaders come equipped with a Binary Manifold and are ready for all Electronics for Spreaders.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I use my original equipment electronics with my applicator?
Absolutely! Since all BBI hydraulic spreaders are standard-equipped with our exclusive Binary Manifold, it's easy to use OEM and after-market electronics with a spreader applicator. We equip BBI Hydraulic Spreaders with basic, straight-rate control and guidance, compatible with OEM and other agricultural electronics on offer from other providers.
Q: How do I set up my Ag Leader Edge system to work with my Salford BBI hydraulic spreader?
The following videos will walk you through the process of setting up your Ag Leader Edge system to work with your ISOBUS-ready BBI spreader. Click on the links below to watch BBI's Steve Owenby explain!
Q: What constant number should I use for my BBI spreader in my controller?
Here is a list of the constant numbers for use in controllers with your Salford BBI spreader: link
Q: How do I set up and use my TeeJet CenterLine 250 with my Salford BBI spreader?
Please watch the following videos which describe the set up for a Centerline 250 (CL250) with a BBI hydraulic spreader.
1 of 3: Centerline 250 Turning On, Language Setup, and User Setup Functions
2 of 3: Centerline 250 Machine Setup and Counter Functions
3 of 3: Centerline 250 Groundspeed Warnings, Homescreen Display, and Guidance Functions
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New for 2018 - On the heels of launching the Salford-Valmar 6700 Mounted Air Boom Applicator, Salford Group is releasing a row crop air boom for the new 8700 Pull-Type Air Boom Applicator. Both the 6700 and 8700, along with the newly released Ferti-GO 4S, will be on display at the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Kentucky, February 14 – 17, 2018.
New for 2018, Salford Group is releasing the Salford-Valmar 6700, the world's only aftermarket chassis mounted air boom applicator. The 6700 will bring producers, custom applicators and ag retailers alike to new heights with dry fertilizer air boom applicators, mounted on high clearance sprayer chassis.
New for 2018, Salford Group is releasing the Ferti-GO 4S - a planter mounted, granular, on-board fertilizer applicator. The Ferti-GO 4S is available for order from Salford's Valmar and Salford dealers.
Salford-Valmar is introducing the 56 series, a new line of granular applicators to replace its successful, long-running 55 series line. This new line features new polyethylene hoppers, a new ISOBUS controller and the ability to control up to 4 separate metering sections. Also being introduced at Farm Progress, will be Salford-Valmar’s 6-ton PathFinder steerable cart, to be paired with the ST6.
Salford’s Valmar 9620, the world’s largest capacity pull-type pneumatic boom applicator, is now in full production. The newest addition to Salford’s Valmar Air Boom product line is available from Salford’s Valmar dealers. Salford acquired Valmar in May, 2015.
“Salford’s Valmar Air Boom line has earned a reputation for being accurate, reliable and technologically sound. By adding precision technology and targeted application to this existing technology, we’ve created a product which allows producers to see a direct return on investment,” said Salford’s Valmar Customer Service Manager, Jason Janzen.
Salford Group, a leading manufacturer of innovative tillage, seeding and fertilizer equipment is launching a series of application tools aimed specifically at ag retailers in North America.
Jim Boak gets you ready with 4R methods.
The 4R nutrient stewardship principles are the same globally, but how they are used locally varies depending on field and site specific characteristics such as soil, cropping system, management techniques and climate.
Check out Salford’s regular podcast, as Jess Nicholson sits down with the company’s “farmer in residence,” Jim Boak.