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3 Keys to Weed Control Sprayer Longevity

October 5, 2017 12:41 PM0 comments
3 Keys to Weed Control Sprayer Longevity

We have serviced thousands weed control sprayers over many years in business.  There are 3 things we have seen that will reduce problems in the field and extend the life of your weed control spray rig (or pest control, golf course sprayer, etc.).  This is true whether you are talking about a power spray […]

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Weed Control Sprayers – Kind of Biggish Idea #2.57

September 22, 2017 8:08 PM0 comments
Weed Control Sprayers – Kind of Biggish Idea #2.57

Want to get more life from your weed control sprayers?  Don’t push your equipment to its limits.  Our experience is that techs run weed control power spray rigs at high speeds to get done quickly, and tend to overpressurize B&Gs and backpacks.  All of these actions will reduce sprayer life. Your power spray […]

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Landscape Sprayers – How does that work?

September 6, 2017 12:30 PM0 comments
Landscape Sprayers – How does that work?

I received a call today from a gentleman in CA who was starting a lawn fertilizing business. He saw the large variety of landscape sprayerson our site and wanted to check prices. I asked a few questions, like what type of fertilizer will you be applying and how many gallons of […]

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Take Care of Your Power Sprayer Pump

July 24, 2017 1:02 PM0 comments
Take Care of Your Power Sprayer Pump

There are a number of steps you and your staff can take to get better results from your power sprayer pump. These simple steps, if followed, can: – Improve pump performance, – Reduce pump down time, and – Extend pump life. 1. Pump Selection. Selecting the correct pump for your application is […]

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Extend Your Weed Control Sprayer Life

July 20, 2017 9:28 AM0 comments
Extend Your Weed Control Sprayer Life

Here are a few ideas to extend the life of your weed control spray rig. 1. Herbicides are very tough on sprayers (generally much worse then insecticides). The herbicides can eat rubber o-rings, hoses, diaphragms, etc. After each use, be sure to use all the herbicide. Rinse the tank with clean […]

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