How to Build a DIY Lawn Sprayer that Lasts. Lawn mower mounted sprayer

How to Build a DIY Lawn Sprayer that Lasts

For managing my property, I have found that a quality lawn sprayer is a must. If you have a piece of land to maintain, you probably need your own sprayer. It will save you money and you can be sure it is done in a timely manner.

But, before you run to buy a sprayer, you may want to consider a DIY sprayer. The sprayers available at farm supply and home improvement stores are affordable, however, they tend to have issues with leaks, durability, and reliability.

Benefits of Building Your Own Lawn/Turf Sprayer

Here are some of the main reasons building a sprayer yourself can be a better option than buying:

  • You can choose quality individual components that will last a long time.
  • You can make sure the components you use are compatible with the products that you will be spraying.
  • You can make sure that all the plumbing connections are secure and sealed up properly.
  • You can customize the sprayer to suit your needs.

Choosing Quality Components for Your DIY Sprayer

While there are many ways to put together a sprayer. The basic components are the same. The main items you will need are a pump, tank, hose, spray gun, regulating valve, and plumbing fittings.

Selecting A Sprayer Tank

The tank is the largest piece of the puzzle. While it may seem straightforward, there are more things to consider when choosing a tank than the number of gallons it will hold.

You need a tank that will hold up to the chemicals you are spraying and has UV light protection built-in. This inhibits algae growth in the tank and helps the tank to last longer without breaking down. You also want a tank that is strong enough to prevent cracks and damage should you bump into something.

Tank Material

Polyethylene tanks are the most common plastic tank used for sprayers. They provide UV protection and are compatible with a wide range of chemicals including many pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers.

Tank wall thickness is measured by the density of liquid it will hold. For example, a tank that is rated for liquids that weigh 14 pounds per gallon has a stronger wall than a tank that is rated for liquids weighing 12 pounds per gallon.

Stay away from any tank that isn’t rated for at least 12 pounds per gallon. 12 pounds per gallon will cover almost any type of pesticide, herbicide, or fertilizer. Even if your liquid isn’t this heavy, you will have a stronger tank that won’t crack easily.

Tank Size

Tank size is another thing to consider. It may seem like a good idea to go with a bigger tank because, of course, you can spray longer without refilling the tank. But when water alone weighs 8 pounds per gallon, a full 25-gallon tank can weigh almost 200 pounds. Something to consider, especially if you plan to mount your sprayer tank on a mower, ATV, or small wagon.

Sprayer Tank Features

The tanks used in commercial sprayers are 15 or 25-gallon spot sprayer tanks and have a place to mount your pump with threaded inserts. This is preferable to a tank that you will have to drill holes in to mount your pump. Any hole you drill is a potential leak point. Even if it is at the top of the tank, you can get splashing when you are on the move (especially on an ATV/UTV.)

Some tanks even have threaded inserts on the side for mounting hooks to hold your spray wand. They might even have threaded inserts on the bottom to make mounting your tank in place very simple.

Most of the tanks available will have a small drain port on the bottom. This is necessary to drain and rinse the tank. However, most of the spot sprayer tanks available have a flat bottom and many nooks that make it hard to drain out completely. The solution to this is a tank that has a sump.

A sump is a portion of the tank bottom that slopes to the drain. This makes cleaning the tank much easier. Believe me, this can be a huge help when you are changing to a different chemical. Complete cleanout and rinsing of the tank ensure no cross-contamination of chemicals.

Selecting a Sprayer Pump

The pump is the centerpiece of any sprayer. The majority of turf/spot sprayers utilize a 12-volt electric diaphragm pump. A small 12-volt motor spins a “wobble” plate in the pump housing. As this plate spins the different valves open and close, this works to draw liquid through the pump.

Demand vs Bypass Pump

There are two main types of 12-volt diaphragm pumps: demand and bypass.

A demand pump will operate within a preset PSI range, shutting off when the discharge pressure reaches the max set pressure. This allows you to utilize a trigger gun or wand intermittently, as the pump will shut off when you let go of your trigger and start again when you pull it.

A demand pump can be recognized by the small black cube on the pump housing with a screw in the center. This holds the spring that is set to be depressed at a certain pressure, which triggers the motor to stop. This is the type of 12-volt pump that I would recommend, although there are times when the bypass version makes sense.

Choosing The Right Size Pump

The other two main attributes of the pump to consider are flow rate and pressure. Flow rate is measured in gallons per minute (GPM) and pressure is measured in PSI.

If you simply want to use a spray gun to spot spray or use a small boom with a few spray nozzles, then you will need a pump that produces no more than 60 PSI. Generally, 20-40 PSI is adequate. If you want your sprayer gun to reach further distances, you can opt for a pump with higher flow and pressure, but that is a discussion for another time.

To identify the size of the pump you need in terms of GPM, you will have to know what kind of output your application requires. Your sprayer nozzle also called a sprayer tip, determines the output of your sprayer.

For spot spraying the size of the sprayer nozzle is ultimately up to you. A small tip is probably adequate for most situations, however for larger established weeds, you may opt for a higher flow nozzle. That is what I prefer for thistles, that way you can really soak them without having to stand there all day. Always be mindful of drift and safety of course.

For sprayer booms, the recommended application rate of the product you wish to apply and the speed you want to travel will determine the tip you need. You can use this helpful GPM calculator to help determine the nozzle size that is best for you.

  • Spot Spraying: A single nozzle for spot spraying weeds will only require about 0.2-1 GPM. Typically closer to the low side of that, but some nozzles are adjustable and may put out close to 1 GPM.
  • Small Booms: The color-coded sprayer boom nozzles also range from 0.2-0.8 GPM. ISO standard measures nozzle flow rate at 40 psi. Yellow color is 0.2 GPM at 40 PSI, red is 0.4 GPM at 40 PSI, etc. See the full chart below. For example, If you have 3 red nozzles on a boom you will need 1.2 GPM.
  • Boomless nozzles: The smallest boomless nozzles generally put out about 1 GPM each. If you have larger boomless nozzles you may consider using a different type of pump.

It is a good practice to have a pump that will produce 20% above your needed output in order to accommodate for pressure loss through the hose, and agitation (more on this later).

The pump I have used for years on a small lawn sprayer is the Shurflo 3.5 GPM Demand Pump. It is a quality pump that provides plenty of flow to operate a pair of boomless nozzles and a spray gun.

Selecting Your Nozzle/Spray Tip

Even though the tank and pump will by far be the most expensive pieces of your sprayer, the most important is the spray nozzle. It is the component that ultimately determines the effectiveness of the unit. Flow rate, spray pattern, droplet size, coverage, and drift, it is all controlled by the nozzle. So even if you purchase a spray wand or trigger gun that comes with a generic or “standard” sprayer tip, you should make sure it will provide exactly what you need.

Different Nozzle Types and When To Use Them

There are hundreds of spray tip options on the market for agriculture and turf use alone. Fortunately, we don’t have to worry about most of them for lawn or turf sprayers. These are the main types that I would recommend and when to use them:

Flat Fan Nozzles: These nozzles are commonly used by farmers on large row crop sprayers. They are intended to be used on a boom and are evenly spaced. Generally 15 or 20 inches apart. They will produce a space angle of 80 or 110 degrees depending on the tip. When in use they overlap providing thorough coverage over the width of the boom.

You can use these on a small boom if the nozzles are spaced 15 or 20 inches apart. They will give you excellent coverage, but they do produce more draftable fines (small particles that can easily be blown away by wind and get where they shouldn’t).

Flood Tips: Flood tips are a little different than the flat fan nozzle. They provide uniform coverage and are more resistant to clogs. They usually have a wider angle of coverage and produce a larger droplet. This will drift less.

These will work great on a small boom. If you are using a systemic herbicide (like Roundup) these are a great choice.

Adjustable Nozzles: This is a broad term that could cover a lot of nozzles, but for our purposes, I am referring to nozzles that you use on the end of your sprayer gun/wand. These can be adjusted from a straight “pencil” stream or a cone nozzle.

Adjustable tips are perfect for spot sprayers, they give you some versatility. There are poly/plastic options, but for the money, the brass tip will usually last longer and have less issue with leaking. Just be sure to rinse out with fresh water after each use.

Boomless Nozzles: A boomless nozzle provides the wide coverage of a boom with multiple nozzles, without the boom. Usually, two nozzles are aligned close together and spray in opposite directions. Each nozzle covers the same area that half of a boom would cover.

They do not provide the even, fine coverage of a boom with flat fan nozzles, but they produce minimal drift. Plus, you don’t have to worry about trees, fences, or other obstacles.

The boomless nozzle is great for pastures and large properties with trees or other obstacles. They also work great for roadside spraying and anti-ice.

I have used Teejet XP Boomless nozzles on my sprayer for years. The left-hand and right-hand nozzles together cover a swath of about 20 feet. If you are interested in building a “boomless” sprayer, then you should check out this article on everything you need to know before building a boomless sprayer.

Sprayer Boom

Your spray boom can be assembled in a lot of different ways. The variety of nozzle and boom components available make it very easy to mount nozzles almost anywhere. A simple spray boom of 2 or 3 nozzles can cover a width of 8-10 feet pretty easily. You can assemble one with the following items.

Nozzle Bodies

Nozzle bodies are the component that holds the nozzle and connects it to your boom. Typically they have a hose barb/shank that allows you to connect your supply hose. Although there are “wet” boom style nozzle bodies that are clamped over a pipe that is tapped with small holes that feed the nozzle body with your spray solution.

The nozzle body will consist of the body, the cap (this is where the nozzle goes), and depending on the body there will be a gasket for the cap. Basic nozzle bodies have 11/16 inch thread and a nut that holds the nozzle instead of a “cap”. This type usually does not have a gasket.

Tip alignment and drip from nozzles are two problems that I have found annoying with the common threaded nozzle bodies. I recommend using these quarter-turn nozzle bodies with check valves to eliminate these issues. The quarter-turn style makes aligning flat fan and flood nozzles easier, and the check valves keep your nozzles from dripping after you shut off your sprayer.

Boom Pipe/Spray Bar

For spot treatment of weeds, you only need a spray gun. If you want to treat your entire piece of property you will require a boom.

If you want to cover a width of 8-10 feet then doing it yourself is easy. No welding, no tapping pipe, you just need to find a place to mount each nozzle body and space them evenly. Then you will have a hose feed each nozzle body.

The rack or utility box on ATV or UTV usually provides a good spot to clamp your sprayer nozzle body. The spray height should be between 18-36 inches off the ground. At 30 inches high, a 110-degree flat fan nozzle will cover approximately an 84-inch width. At 18 inches high, it would cover roughly 48 inches. This means a two-nozzle setup can easily cover 7-10 feet and still provide consistent, even application.


Drill Holes

Next, you will need to cut a hole in the tank for your suction hose and for your return/bypass line. A hole saw bit is the easiest way to achieve this. To ensure that the tank does not leak around the hole, we will install a tank bung in each hole. A 3/4 inch poly tank bung will take up some space, but it is about as small as they come. It requires a 1-1/2 inch hole to install.

The tank bung, also known as a bulkhead, is made up of three pieces: one piece inside, one gasket, and a nut on the outside of the tank.

Install Hose, Regulating Valve, and Strainer

The rest of the assembly process is simply connecting your plumbing components. There are many ways to plumb a sprayer that will work but, you can follow this simple diagram to ensure you locate your strainer, regulating valve, etc., in the correct spot.

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Sprayer Plumbing Tips

Be sure that you don’t over-tighten your poly or plastic plumbing components. They can crack easily when using a wrench to tighten. Use a thread sealant and then hand-tighten your plumbing fittings. When they are tight, use a wrench and turn one revolution. This will adequately seal your connections on pipe fittings smaller than 1 inch.


If you are looking for a more robust and long-lasting sprayer you should consider constructing it yourself. The process is not complicated and it does not require many tools. The information in this post should allow you to build a durable and quality sprayer that meets your needs.

I have more than a decade of experience using, building, studying, and testing sprayers in several applications. With the knowledge I have gained I want to provide straight forward and detailed answers for DIY homeowners, farmers, and commercial turf and tree care pros.

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How to Mount a Sprayer on a Lawn Mower For The Full Coverage

When you own a large lawn, spraying seems to be a challenging task. It’s kind of an impossible task to carry a sprayer backpack on the back every time. Well, no more that tiring task because none other than a lawnmower can be the best assistant here. But how to mount a sprayer on a lawn mower machine?

If you don’t know, then it’s okay. Today we will talk about all the mounting ideas of the sprayer on a lawn mower machine. You need to track some simple steps, and your mower is ready to spray.

So, without wasting any more words, let’s dive into the detailing fast.

How to Mount a Sprayer On a Lawn Mower

Following our guide, you can mount the sprayer of the mower machine easily and safely, no matter you wish to mount it on the front or the rear of your mower. If you wish to know how to mount a sprayer on zero turn mower, this process will be effective.

Well, at first, let’s see what you will need to mount a sprayer on a lawn mower.

  • Any lawn mower sprayer kit
  • Wooden/metal rack
  • Specific sized hitch/ bracket
  • Nuts bolts
  • And of course, the sprayer tank

There are different types of sprayer available in the markets- the backpack sprayer, the sprayer tank, etc. when you think of mounting the sprayer on the lawnmower and utilizing your mower to spray while riding, the spray tank is the best to have.

Oh, if you still have not gotten the sprayer, check this 10 gallon capacity of Northstar ATV sprayer that many find worth dealing with. It’s also available in 25-gallon capacity so you can choose as you need.

Why Should You Buy It?

  • Can generate 100 PSI pump
  • Longer performance life
  • Deluxe spray gun for comfortable spraying

Let’s see the steps to mount the sprayer.

Step-01: Get a metal or a wooden rack of 10:6 ratio size at least to secure a 26-gallon sprayer to mount it on the back or on the front as you wish to have. You can also get a sprayer rack for zero-turn mower in stores like the Bigtoolrack for riding mowers and tractors.

Why Should You Buy It?

  • Can load up to 75 lbs weight
  • Enough room to carry other lawn care essentials
  • Gives you hands to safe riding
  • Makes lawn care more fun

Step-02: Now, set the rack to the mower. You can use any brackets to support from beneath to secure it more firmly. Use nuts to mount the rack with the mower. Tighten all the bolts and nuts and make the spray tank holder stiff enough.

Step-03: Place the sprayer tank on the rack that you just installed. Use any heavy-duty straps to secure the spray tank in place. If you need, you can check this Heavy Duty Cinch Straps that secures tight and stiff enough.

Why Should You Buy It?

  • Comes with a durable reusable hook loop
  • High-quality stainless buckle that secures tight
  • Neoprene sleeves add more security
  • Water-resistant

Step-04: And the sprayer is mounted. It’s so easy if you have all the tools and necessary sprayer attachment for ride on mower. Now, have a test ride with your sprayer and see how it relieves you from the back pain, causing you to carry the backpack sprayer or pull it.

If you need can use any boom sprayer or the wand sprayer. Boom sprayer will let you ride the mower with two hands, whereas the wand hose will help you to spray on parallel.

However, both are handy and can be done mounting with the lawn mower.

Things to Consider Before Using Sprayer on Lawn Mower: Safety Guide with Tips

Before you go for spraying with the lawn mower, make sure to keep some vital things in mind.

  • Using the sprayers, you can spray herbicides, pesticides, liquid fertilizers. Must read the manual guide of the sprayer that how much it can support and what type of stuff is sprayable.
  • Secure the sprayer tank firmly so that it does not shake or drops off the mower.
  • Don’t spray when there is heavy wind, especially when you’re using the spray wand.
  • Must use google, gloves, long sleeves, and close boots to secure yourself from the chemicals.
  • Always spray at an angle while spraying on the trees on high. Be aware, don’t spray on vertically above you; make sure the spray does not fall on you.
  • When you are using the wand spray, do you know you can set the nozzle in different positions to spray in different ways? Yes, just loosen the nozzle a little bit; it will spray like streaming. And while it is in a fully tightening position, it will spray like the mist.
  • While spraying, keep your pets and babies away from the lawn.
  • Double-check the mounting rack size also so that it fits the spray tank perfectly. You can mount the sprayer according to your lawn mower size.
  • When you are using the boom sprayer, ride the mower carefully so that it does not hit any other thing.
  • After you finish spraying with the lawn mower, it is better to keep the sprayer tank out of the mower and store it in a secured place to avoid any accident.

Final Words

Hopefully, this guide will help you have a clear idea of how to mount a sprayer on a lawn mower. We have shown the very basic steps for you to understand clearly.

Just follow this systematic guideline, and don’t miss the tips and safety guides added at last for your ease.

Use your lawn mowing machine for other lawn maintenance services except mowing. By mounting a sprayer, you can make your lawn care jobs easier and enjoyable.

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Mounted sprayers

SPRAYER 12V For ATV 50 L. Motor: 12V DC 6.0A. Flow rate: 3.8 l/min. Pressure: 60PSI. Hose 6 m. Reach height: 8-9 m.

ATV-mounted sprayer ES71706

Capacity: 100 lPump capacity: 3.8 l/minPump pressure: 60 psi

SPRAYER 12V For ATV 100 L. Motor: 12V DC 6.0A. Flow rate: 3.8 l/min. Pressure: 60PSI. Hose 6 m. Reach height: 8-9 m.

mounted sprayer ANETO

Capacity: 600, 800, 1,100, 1,200 lPump capacity: 71, 98, 116 l/minPump pressure: 20 bar

Suspended sprayer with hydraulic metal bars from 12 to 18 meters. High density polyethylene tank, high elastic limit steel chassis, lights and transport plates, trijet nozzle holder with anti-drip, hydraulic elevator.

mounted sprayer TELENO series

Capacity: 1,500, 1,000, 1,200, 2,000 lWorking width: 12 m. 21 m

Suspended sprayer with high density polyethylene tank, on chassis made of high elastic limit steel with shot blasting treatment and polyurethane paint, low pressure and high flow rate diaphragm pump, Category II and III.

mounted sprayer TELENO–V–PRO

Capacity: 1,500, 2,000 lRinse tank capacity: 225 lWorking width: 18, 21, 24 m

Suspended sprayer with high density polyethylene tank, on chassis made of high elastic limit steel with shot blasting treatment and polyurethane paint, low pressure and high flow rate diaphragm pump, Category II and III.

mounted agricultural atomizer ASM

Capacity: 200 l. 1,200 l

Lift-mounted machine Air units from ø610mm to ø915mm Air flow rates up until 75.000m3/h Tanks from 200l to 1.200l Equipment FRAME Reinforced frame, designed in steel plate and laser-manufactured, which allow.

mounted sprayer DTVS

Capacity: 400, 600, 800, 1,000, 1,200 lWorking width: 1.8 m. 3.2 m

spouts. Adaptable to all series of ZEFIR trailed machines and DTVS lift-mounted machines. EVF KIT Focused application with 100% uniform distribution and deep penetration. Hand- or hydraulically regulated.

trailed agricultural atomizer

Capacity: 400 l. 4,000 lWorking width: 16 m

mounted sprayer Applic8r 1150

Capacity: 0 l. 1,150 lWorking width: 6 m. 12 m

design on the market, user-friendly low profile tanks and FREE delivery, installation and training – with a Hustler boom sprayer, you’re covered. The Katipo 1150 pack with our fully hydraulic 10 or 12 metres SonicBoom.

3-point hitch sprayer Applic8r 680

Capacity: 0 l. 1,150 lWorking width: 6 m. 12 m

design on the market, user-friendly low profile tanks and FREE delivery, installation and training – with a Hustler boom sprayer, you’re covered. The popular Katipo 680 is ideal for smaller farms wanting to complete.

mounted sprayer Applic8r 890

Capacity: 0 l. 890 lWorking width: 6 m. 12 m

design on the market, user-friendly low profile tanks and FREE delivery, installation and training – with a Hustler boom sprayer, you’re covered. The Katipo 890 pack with the toughest on the market 8 metres DuraBoom.

misting sprayer STONE CITY, STONE BIG

Capacity: 1,000, 800, 600, 415 lWorking width: 35, 30, 40 mPump capacity: 70, 55 l/min

Easy refilling: Mixture tank, circuit-washing tank and hand-washing tank. Additional nozzle. An additional nozzle is mounted on the gun to increase the treatment surface area. Mixture tank level indicator. Mechanical.

mounted sprayer VENTO D12-K300

Capacity: 300 lWorking width: 15 m. 18 mPump capacity: 43 l/min

Autonomous Spraying Cannon units for the Pest Control, the Environmental Sanitation and Deodorization and Dust Abatement. Can be mounted on small pick-ups, Piaggio Porter and similar. Kohler DIESEL industrial engine.

mounted sprayer Citizen Line

Capacity: 300, 500, 400 lWorking width: 15 m. 40 mPump capacity: 55, 54, 43 l/min

Pest control sprayers for high and very high performance with petrol engines from 13-18-38 HP and diesel from 12-27-36-52-67 HP Low noise, Compacts and Powerful with real spray range up to 35 m. Thanks to the small.

pneumatic sprayer Rafal Combo ARTI 4-6

Capacity: 800, 1,000, 1,500 lPump capacity: 100 l/min

It is a new model of multi-rows articulated pneumatic sprayer, suitable for low-volume treatments. The cell with turbine and diffuser arms is 3-point-linkage tractor mounted, while the tank is trailed.

mounted sprayer Profarmer 045

Capacity: 1,000, 1,800, 1,500, 1,200 lWorking width: 15 m. 28 mPump capacity: 200 l/min. 240 l/min

The PROFARMER boom sprayers are professional machines for Pesticides/Plant Protection Products. They can be fitted with the 045 model boom, which is available in various working widths up to 28 meters. The structure of.

mounted sprayer Profarmer HBS

Capacity: 1,000, 1,200, 1,500 lWorking width: 18, 16, 15 mPump capacity: 150 l/min. 200 l/min

The PROFARMER boom sprayers are professional machines for Pesticides/ Plant Protection Products. The Gull wing folding HBS hydraulic boom can be equipped with the air sleeve AirWings, allowing the operator to benefit.

mounted sprayer STRATUS

Capacity: 1,000, 1,500, 2,000 lWorking width: 12, 14, 15 m

Main technical features: High pressure diaphragm pump Computer Bravo180 5 ways Motorized valves Hinge lid Our strenght Top quality low pressure pumps Reinforced steel frame resistant on strokes 2 hydraulic agitators Transportation.

mounted sprayer RIO

Capacity: 2,500 l. 5,200 lWorking width: 18 m. 28 mPump capacity: 170 l/min. 280 l/min

Diaphragm pump Computer Bravo180 Axle suspension (included on 5.200 model) Hand and circuit washing tank Our strenght Top quality low pressure pumps Reinforced steel frame resistant on strokes Transportation width 2.5m Quality.

mounted sprayer ACGT09

This accessory makes it possible to perform treatments with vertical bars offering a high quality of penetration between the plant mass in a convenient and fast way. The treatment bars adapt to the traditional system of the same farmer.

mounted sprayer Banart

lurk, and also reducing the work time, when compared to any other method with traditional sprayers. To consider that the effectiveness of traditional sprayers is lower than the BANART because they.

mounted sprayer GC BD series

Capacity: 200 l. 1,000 lWorking width: 8, 12, 10 m

Mounted sprayer for open field treatments 200-300-400-500-600-800-1000 LITERS

mounted sprayer GDL BD

Capacity: 200 l. 1,000 lWorking width: 8, 10, 12 m

Mounted sprayer for open field treatments 200-300-400-500-600-800-1000 LITERS

mounted sprayer Edessa

Capacity: 1,500 lPump capacity: 130 l/min

extender for mounted and trailed sprayers. Available in 2 versions. H2O version: for water only reserve. Polyethilene main tank with 1500 lts nominal capacity and level indicator, connection.

mounted sprayer Kompakt Mini Air

Capacity: 600 lWorking width: 8 m

Kompakt Mini Air is the new air-assisted mounted sprayer with manual folding booms. Toselli AirSpray tecnology is now available also to small vegetable growers AirSpray dualcone. 2-piston overlapping.

mounted sprayer Kompakt Mini GTS

Capacity: 600 lRinse tank capacity: 60 lWorking width: 6.75, 7.25 m

The new air-assisted mounted sprayers Kompakt Mini GTS series have asymmetric hydraulic booms. Especially designed to be used in fresh-cut crop greenhouses of a minimun 2.50 mt height, they make Toselli.

mounted agricultural atomizer ASG Series

Capacity: 400, 600 l

Every METALFOR machine provides security, comfort and versatility for overall efficiency. This machine is equipped with modern elements and advanced technology, allowing you to perform all the functions it has been designed for, quickly.

tractor-mounted sprayer

Capacity: 600 l

mounted sprayer

Capacity: 300 l

300 litre sprayer with 8 meter arms. Diffferent colors available if needed

tractor-mounted sprayer

Capacity: 400 l

400 litre sprayer with 10 meter arms. Color can be different.

mounted sprayer

Capacity: 600 l

600 litre sprayer with 12 meter arms. Colors may vary.

mounted sprayer

Working width: 24 m. 52 mPump pressure: 7 bar

The Wingssprayer takes advantage of the draught created by driving. The wings cause a downward draught causing the droplets to be sprayed directly into the crop. This effectively combats insects and diseases because the spray also reaches.

mounted sprayer

Capacity: 200, 300, 400, 500, 600 l

This weed sprayer that fits in the lifting linkage of a tractor is available in different tank sizes SPECIFICATIONS The weed sprayer can be equipped with the following options:. A lighting set

mounted sprayer

Capacity: 600, 500, 400, 300, 200 lPump capacity: 55 l/minPump pressure: 40 bar

This power blower sprayer that fits the lifting linkage of a tractor is available in different tank sizes The power blower sprayer in the lifting linkage is standard equipped with:. A galvanized.

mounted sprayer MEC POLI

Capacity: 100 l. 1,600 lWorking width: 6 m. 20 m


mounted sprayer MEC POLI ECO BDI

Capacity: 600 l. 1,600 lWorking width: 12, 15 m


mounted sprayer MEC POLI BDI

Capacity: 600 l. 1,600 lWorking width: 12, 15 m


mounted sprayer ALPHA

Capacity: 800, 600, 400, 300 l

-Polyethylene tank with total emptying.Universal adaptation for reels.External tank level.Aspiration filter with valve prepared for self-filling.Inspectionable hydraulic stirrer.Motopump unit or electropump as option.Reinforced.

mounted sprayer STD

Capacity: 500, 1,250 l

-Polyethylene tank with total emptying.Universal adaptation for reels.External tank level(except for 1250 l).Aspiration filter with valve prepared for self-filling.Inspectionable hydraulic stirrer.Motopump unit or electropump.

mounted sprayer AP / OMEGA

Capacity: 100 l. 1,000 l

Inspectionable hydraulic stirrer.Aspiration filter with valve prepared for self-filling (except on 100 l and 200 l models when mounted with pumps up to 55 l/min rate of flow).Hot-dipped galvanised, reinforced steel.

mounted sprayer QU H Series

by hydraulic oil drive; as an option: each side can be adjusted individually; expandable to ‘EOL’ control; ability to be mounted to any spray device, as independent of drive shaft. Continuously adjustable jet nozzle.

mounted sprayer QU H Series

With our single blowers you will reap much wind without much effort. Single blowers allow you to configure your individual sprayers or blowers. Do not hesitate to ask us your questions on conceptual design or application.

tractor-mounted sprayer X, O, I

The new generation of tangential blowers can be used. as X-version to limit drift and damage to the soil. as O-version for extra tall crops. as I-version like a conventional tangential blower Capabilities Benefits. Up to four.

mounted sprayer NSM

Capacity: 300 l. 1,000 lWorking width: 6 m. 18 m

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS NSM. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 Boom (Working) Width (m). 6-8-9-10-12. 6-8-9-10-12. 12. 12-16-18. 12-16-18 Tank Volume (L). 300-400-500-600-800-1000. 200-300-400-500-600.

mounted sprayer

Capacity: 200 l. 3,000 l

The ATASA sprayers hooked-up to cars are an alternative to tractors, transmitting energy by petrol or electric engines. Its various configurations for pumps’ petrol engines and capacities make these sprayers.

mounted sprayer Ares

Capacity: 200 l. 1,500 lWorking width: 15 m

An Atasa Linkage Sprayer offers a high resistance and easy control so as to satisfy day by day farmer’s needs. Possibility of coupling both pistol and manual boom (15 m max) to the sprayer.

mounted sprayer Euro Compac

Capacity: 1,300, 1,600, 2,000, 3,500 lWorking width: 12 m. 24 m

Euro-Compac is the new leading concept in spraying solutions developed by our RD team in ATASA to satisfy all our customers’ needs in application of phytosanitary products. Our harmonic, compact design further optimizes the vehicle’s.

mounted sprayer POLI

Capacity: 100 l


mounted sprayer

Capacity: 300 l. 1,000 l


mounted sprayer

Capacity: 120 l

Complete with pump. Central sprayer. Hand wash water tank ACCESSORIES. Complete hose winder with 50 m (1968.50 in.) of hose (10 x 17 mm) (0.394 x 0.669 in.). Left. right inter-row.

mounted sprayer iXter A series

Capacity: 800 l. 1,395 lPump capacity: 100, 150, 200 l/min

The new mounted sprayer with tank volumes of 800, 1000 and 1200 litres. There are two different boom types available the HOSA (12 and 15 metres) and HC (18, 20 and 21 metres). The iXter A will be added.

mounted sprayer PULVASOL

Capacity: 200 lWorking width: 7 mPump pressure: 20 bar

A simple and efficient 200-litre sprayer fitted with a boom or a hose reel PULVASOL is a constant pressure sprayer, available in 200 litres and fitted with a 7 m boom or a professional hose reel. It.

mounted sprayer PF

Capacity: 1,160, 1,500, 1,000, 1,660 lRinse tank capacity: 190 lPump capacity: 22 l/min. 125 l/min

front-mounted sprayer offers optimum distribution of weight on the tractor to maintain excellent stability, even on sloping terrain. Designed as a true sprayer Functional finish The.

mounted sprayer SAURO series

Capacity: 853, 1,062, 435, 665 lRinse tank capacity: 45, 104 lPump pressure: 20 bar

SAURO is ideal for small area farmers, horticultural growers and those who need to match the sprayer with reduced size tractors. The simplified design allows to quickly set-up the machine. Operating and maintenance costs.

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