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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by Mr Efficiency, Sep 13, 2017.
This is first pole I have created on lawnsite so hope I did it right.
You are working extremely hard for your royalty.
I love helping out others to spread almost any material in the 3 hole hoppers like a dream when they divorce the Z.
For my fourth service I have been running Screeming Green 16-2-3 on all acts with no screens in the hoppers, I haven't had a clog
I haven't had a clog since the invention of the breakthru Agitator and I have run just over 60 pallets of Materials.
BTW you never answered my Question the other day.
See that tiny half ounce of milorgainite and screemin green remaining. Why not invent a block of wedge-shaped plastic placed so the spreader would empty full--with no flat spot?
I purposely had left a little in that lesco hopper for the pict.
Regg, I have been running a new test today in that new Lesco push Spreader in the shop.
Been Running a very fast running speed for 7 hours so far and = to about applying 11,200 lbs of ice melt through it so far. 40 lbs every 90 sec.
Drill is getting a work out.
So you now have 11,000 pounds of salt on your floor? Huh?
And the goal is to test the Breakthru agitator--or is this new project?
How many miles per hour do you think this is ?
Would have been easier to use a Permagreen Triumph.
Is there enough electric to run a 12 volt fan for cooling the operator?
He lives next to the power plant.
Do you think he is going to break it ??
Different project, a Breakthu Agitator was in the hopper doing it's job and the salt was auto feeding back in. Lesco push Spreader was easy to mount up , would be difficult to mount a Permagreen like I did for this test, probably impossible. Speed was about 4 mph.
Shut it down, got results I wanted to see.
Can't say any more.
I know you like Testing things that is why I brought it up .
If you want this winter i have several thousand square feet of asphalt to treat over the winter you are welcome to use them for your tests.