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Solo 4-Gal. Backpack Sprayer With Diaphragm Pump

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Item # L475
  • Disease control on animals
  • Weed, insect and disease control on plants
  • Spot spraying
  • 90 psi with special plug
  • No corroding of pump components

This Solo 4-gal. Backpack Sprayer With Standard Diaphragm Pump is designed so only chemical-resistant parts come in contact with the solution being sprayed for years of trouble-free operation. The spray tank is made of high-tensile, UV-stabilized polyethylene with high-impact strength and excellent resistance to chemicals and stress. Nylon web straps are padded at the shoulders and the pump handle is adjustable for left or right hand operation.

This Solo 4-gal. Backpack Sprayer uses a diaphragm pump to generate a lower pressure resulting in larger droplets with less spray drift. Works well with abrasive sprays, bleach solutions and wettable powders. This 4-gal. Solo backpack sprayer comes with four nozzles: flat fan, jet stream, hollow cone and adjustable plastic. Large 4"-dia. opening with strainer allows fast, safe and easy fillings. Trigger lock allows continuous spraying. Delivers 60 psi. Maximum pressure of 90 psi. can be reached by replacing the pressure control valve with an optional plug. 11.6 lb. USA made.

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2017 Reference Guide: Page 257

Product Specs
Capacity:4 gal.
Pressure Cylinder:Internal
Pump Style:Diaphragm
Maximum Pressure:60 psi
Average Spray Height:14ft.
Pressure Gauge:Optional
Nozzle Tip:Plastic adj.
Filter:In nozzle
Herbicide Compatibility:Yes
Pesticide Compatibility:Yes
Cleaner Compatibility:No
Acid Compatibility:No
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