Good idea. Be sure to install the split before the nozzle valves so you can shut off the nozzles and still spray with your gun. An extra shut-off valve would probably be handy.
You can also attach to the drain valve near the lower left on the tank. Low pressure. 10 PSI. Use the wand from a hand sprayer.
Who was it that just posted the pics of their machine with the sprayer, holder with coil hose, and other modifications that were done? Was it you? Either way, this setup was well done, and would serve as an excellent example. I would look it up and post the link to that thread, but I am just too exhausted right now.I ran on off of the bottle fill on my Ultra.
I haven't gotten around to trying it on the Magnum yet.
I know there's not much pressure there when you're not hitting the throttle, but there should be enough to put through a gun for the small corners.
Thanks John, BTW How is the Agitation set up working?Jay,
A tee installed near the pump should work fine. A tee installed near the bottle fill valve would be easy to do. Chemlawn gun probably woud not work. Remember the pump is only 1 gal a minute--and the pressure is low--half gal a minute is probably the maximum you can expect.
I was running LifeGuard this spring for a short time. It's Lesco's own "Dimension" product.The in-tank bypass flow agitation set up is working. But I would like more gallons per minute flow, so as to get the solution in the tank to swirl.
I have not needed it yet, but I tried a couple of paint stirring vortex propellors in my battery powered drill. That really works. Looks like a whirlpool. Probably a good idea if you want to try wettable powder products or Drive.