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£135.25 - £171.50 (ex.VAT)
Professional quality coated steel compression sprayer with NBR seals for use within the forestry, landscaping, gardening & construction.
These compression sprayers have 6 bar maximum pressure and are specifically designed for the application of a wide range of chemical products and are commonly used by the forestry, landscaping and construction professionals, as well as homeowners, for an extensive range of applications. The specialist NBR seals and internal parts are designed to withstand most neutral chemical solutions.
The 10 and 5 litre sprayers are supplied with a 2.5 metre recoil hose and the textured plastic lever handle has an integral filter and the 50cm brass spray wand is fitted with a 1.1mm hollow cone nozzle.flat jet nozzle that can be rotated around 3600 helping you to reach into most areas.
The spray wand can be extended with our extension lances, many of which can be found in the Accessories tab above. You can also adapt your sprayer to connect to an air compressor and have a constant supply of air without having to pressurise the tank yourself. There is also the option to mount this sprayer on a transport trolley which is designed for this range of sprayers. As with the extension lance, these items can be found in the Accessories tab.
Please note that the sprayers may differ slightly from the photos shown on this site. Cosmetic changes are sometimes made to the sprayers and these may not be reflected in the images shown.
*We recommend a full compatibility test with aggressive chemical solutions. If you are unsure about a product that you plan to use then send us the safety data sheet (MSDS) for the product and we will check compatibility and recommend an alternative sprayer if necessary.
Why is the tank size different from the working capacity?
With compression sprayers you must have room, within the tank, to pressurise air which will then push the liquid out of the tank. This is why there is a difference between the tank size and the quoted maximum fill capacity. It is this difference that is called the tank ullage. The 10 litre sprayer has a 3 litre ullage meaning that the tank has a maximum capacity of 13 litres and the 5 litre sprayer has a 9 litre tank meaning that it has an ullage of 4 litres. The more pressurised air that there is within the tank then the longer spray time between stopping and re-pressurising the tank. Be careful when buying sprayers as you need to know the maximum fill capacity as some manufacturers advertise the tank volume not the fill capacity as this makes their sprayers sound larger than they really are.
Should I use a plastic or metal sprayer?
The answer to this really comes down to how you plan to use the sprayer. Obviously the plastic sprayers cost less than the metal ones but they can only handle a maximum working pressure of 3bar compared to the 6bar for steel and stainless steel tanks. The metal tanks are generally more robust and can handle liquids with a higher temperature but they are heavier. The type of product that you are spraying should also be considered so do check the chemical compatibility.