Lower Cost – Electric sprayers are generally simpler, have fewer parts,
and are much cheaper than gas-powered sprayers. Typically, the pump and
motor are one unit, which is cheaper (compared to gas power)
and requires no extra assembly, saving labor and assembly costs.
The major components of a sprayer are tank, pump,
agitator, flow control, and nozzles.
Sprayer tank, wand, pump and gauge.
Use synthetic rubber or plastic hoses that have a burst strength
greater than peak operating pressures,
resist oil and solvents present in pesticides, and are weather resistant.
water or other liquid broken up into minute droplets and blown,
ejected into, or falling through the air. a jet of fine particles of liquid,
as medicine, insecticide, paint, perfume, etc., discharged from an atomizer
or other device for direct application to a surface.