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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by Grandview, Nov 6, 2006.
I am looking for a small foamer, 1 to 2 gal size. Looking for suggestions.
Ok, it's not 1 to 2 gallon in size... but I assume you are wanting something to hook onto a push spreader? http://www.rittenhouse.ca/asp/Product.asp?PG=1376
I bought one of these a few years back... Unfortunately I never even used it, ended up selling it on Ebay for about 1/3 that price.
I am looking for something to mark the center of my 20 foot boom sprayer. It is difficult to see my tracks sometimes. I have a 5 gal foamer, but I want something smaller. Two to three gal would be ideal. Thanks.
Thanks Jason, but that looks a little small.
LT Rich sells a foam marking system that can be adapted to any unit.
The TJ GOLF foam marker is designed for turf sprayers with smaller booms. It is compact, easy to install, and it works very well. The foam solution and the air are pumped through 1/4" tubes and it makes the foam at the end of the boom. This makes for a pretty clean installation and the response time is very good when you switch sides. It has a 4 gallon tank with the compressor attached and a separate switch console. We sell it for $ 575.
I have both the small one for the push spreaders and the dual boom one for pull behind boom sprayer. They work great and the support is great. My sprayer sprays a a 14 ft width and I can't imagine not having the foam markers at the end of the booms. I don't think just one mark down the middle is accurate enough. I know it wouldn't be for me.
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