Battery Sprayer Manufacturer’s Agriculture sprayers are complete spray systems engineered for generating pressure to drive spray fluid from a tank out to the sprayer’s nozzle(s) to crop or soil. Sprayers feature a range of specifications that influence their performance abilities and suitability for specific work cases. Understanding the different sprayer models and their characteristics can help you select the best sprayer for the job. Ten common sprayer solutions are available in today’s industry: backpack, spot, ATV, UTV, tow behind, truck bed, 3 point hitch, boom, boomless, and mist. Sprayers can vary in their nozzle quantities, maximum PSI pressure and GPM flow rates, the sprayer pump type, tank gallon volume range, potential max spray coverage, system overall maneuverability, and total hose and nozzle reach. Sprayers are most often used for the administration of water, insecticides, pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizer. The cost of a sprayer ranges from $50 to $10,000, depending on the sprayer’s specifications.
Sprayer Selection Considerations
Know your job and what the sprayer will be used for; e.g. Perimeter treatments; spot applications; row crops; grow operations
Understand modern sprayer types, the model differences, and their optimum work use scenarios; e.g. Boomless sprayers for wide-swath coverage of hard-to-reach areas; mist sprayers for full-depth spray coverage; truckbed sprayers for high capacity, high pressure mobility
Determine the right sprayer’s performance specifications and equipment components
Determine any specific chemical compatibility considerations with the sprayer pump, hose, and gasket compatibility
Example Sprayer Selection: Vineyard pesticide use sprayer, 400 gallon truck-bed sprayer for increased hill mobility, featuring dual 300ft. hoses, dual high pressure nozzles, and 18 GPM max centrifugal sprayer pump.
Agriculture Sprayer Specifications
When you choose a job-specific sprayer to maximum spraying performance, it is important to know the requirements. There are nine variables in spraying applications that you should consider:
Spray Area Size
Spray Target and Spray Fluid
Spray Location and Terrain
Sprayer Fluid GPM Rate
Sprayer Fluid PSI Pressure
Total Spray Project Fluid Volume
Sprayer Tank Gallon Capacity
Spray Application Frequency
Spray Application Duration
Agriculture Manual Sprayer are designed as full spraying systems with a pump and plumbing components to pressurize and drive the spray fluid from a tank and deliver to the spray nozzle(s) a consistent pressure stream optimized for the target application. To achieve this, these sprayer components are often used: pressure regulators, valves, in-line strainers, handguns, hoses and reels, and folding boom arms.