Power sprayers are typically powered by gasoline engines or electric motors. The choice of power source depends on the application and whether you need portability.
A power sprayer has a pump system that pressurizes the liquid (such as water, pesticides, or fertilizers) in the tank. This pressurized liquid is then forced through a hose and nozzle for even and efficient spraying.
The tank capacity of a Power Sprayer can vary, and it typically ranges from a few gallons to several gallons. The size of the tank will depend on the specific needs of the user.
Spray Wand and Nozzle
Power sprayers are equipped with a spray wand and nozzle. The nozzle is adjustable to control the spray pattern and flow rate. Different nozzles can be used for various applications, such as producing a fine mist or a concentrated stream.
Many power sprayers have a pressure regulator to control the spraying pressure. This is important because different substances may require different pressures for effective application.
The length of the hose attached to the power sprayer can vary. A longer hose allows for greater reach and flexibility in application.
Wheels and Carrying Straps
Some models are designed for portability and come with wheels and carrying straps to make it easier to move the sprayer around.
Application Specific Features
Depending on the intended use, DITEC Power Sprayers may include features like adjustable spray patterns, multi-directional nozzles, and specialized attachments for specific applications such as tree spraying, pest control, or lawn care.