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Old 06-21-2013, 02:31 PM
LawnsharkMB LawnsharkMB is offline
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Originally Posted by Ric View Post
Apparently I am not able to make my point. First I personally don't believe in applying anything less than a Gallon per Thousand. Fact is I have a 150 gallon rebuild Toro Ride on sprayer from a Golf Course that sprays 5 gallon per thousand at 4 MPH. Only after plumbing it with big hoses as well as proper pump size was I able to get that calibration. Therefore 2 gallon per thousand isn't wrong in my book.

BUT MY POINT WAS NOT ABOUT A BIGGER PUMP, BUT WHAT SIZE PUMP IS NEEDED TO DELIVER 2 GALLONS PER THOUSAND. I was trying explain WHY/HOW math is used to engineer and Design a boom sprayer. I am not able to get my point across because # 1 I might not be a Good Teacher or # 2 I don't have students able to understand the Ideas I present to them.

I'm gonna go with #1.
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