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07-16-2002, 10:02 PM
When you are do your lawn apps what would you say is your normal pressure range.
I am looking at the 50 gal range some thing i can take out of the truck
I am looking at this setup to put on a 50 gal tank.
Spray kit (http://www.northerntool.com/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/ProductDisplay?prrfnbr=10213&prmenbr=6970)
Trying to figure out what sprayer i should buy from northern tool
07-16-2002, 10:22 PM
What kind of sprayer? My 200 gallon sprayer is usually at 150 psi to deliver 2 gpm.
07-17-2002, 01:16 AM
10 psi for 3 gal/1000 lawn gun.
07-17-2002, 02:57 AM
NO nno no all you need is 40psi to spray lawns with.
That pump tech will only deliver 2gpm max at an unrestricted flow.
Pump FJ4300-504 $80
Pressure reg. SS23120pp-3/4 $14
Pressure gadge AH2640-10 $13
In line stainer SS122-3/4pp $7
Jet adgitator HY3371-19 $3
Tank fittings 2-DTpo34d $7.35 ($15)
100 gal tank RV47020 $119
pipe to hose barbs 4--TWel3434 $3
gadge tee- TWgtt34-14 $2
hose reel HNe1520-17-18 $218
300' of 3/8" hose TFa1661-06 $164
2-brass pipe to hose barbs TWb3812 $1
lawn spary gun teejet SS25660-0 $33
nozzle tip Gray SS25670-1.5ny $6
hose shank swivel for gun SS25990 $5
Total $683 plus S&H
The rest is on you, and they can help also.
This will give you a 100 gallon tank and if you mount the tank on and the rest on a peice of marine grade plywood you can set it up to remove each componate sepratly. One guy can put in or take out of the truck in less than 15 minutes.
If you want you can even use a 200 gallon tank RV47352 $186
Weighs like 50# empty.
This will give you a 2 gal per a min flow at the gun tip at 40psi (pump shuts off at 45 psi set by MFG) when you are ready to spray and hit the trigger on the gun the pump will kick back on.
Or you can set it up as a by-pass and the pump runs constant and the pressure reg sets your gun pressure.
07-18-2002, 12:07 AM
Thanks for the replys.
I have taken the list and saved it for a future order, that is what i was thinking but it was too much money. Not this way Thanks.
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