Can't Stand the PRESSURE?

March 2007
Arbor Age;Mar2007, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p24
Trade Publication
The article provides suggestions related to the maintenance and repair of a manual sprayer. It states that the cleaning of a manual sprayer after use is one of the most important aspects of using a manual sprayer. It refers to two factors, namely, kink in the hose or lance, or a clogged in-line filter, which can obstruct the performance of a sprayer's output pressure. It refers to proper cleaning of a manual sprayer which involves the removal and proper disposal of any remaining chemical solution from the sprayer. It suggests that the tank of the sprayer should be rinsed three times to remove all remaining traces of the chemical.


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