PRESSURE SPRAYER – APPLICATION
Pneumatically powered sprayers are mainly used for spraying small areas of plots, fruit trees or crops.
This equipment works best when spraying fungicides and insecticides, as well as while fertilising garden plants and watering the plants' ground (sprinkling). Appropriate usage of protective plant products guarantees that they look beautiful and prevents diseases.
Pressure sprayers are an essential piece of equipment in every home with a garden, but they can also be used at an allotment, field, flower bed, orchard, on a balcony or a terrace.
GARDEN SPRAYERS – HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT ONE FOR WHAT WE NEED?
Sprayers can be divided into 3 types: large mounted sprayers, smaller pressure sprayers and very small hand sprayers.
Each piece of equipment is designed for different sizes of the areas that we'd like to spray.
Mounted sprayers work perfectly when spraying enormous crop land.
The exact opposite of mounted sprayers are hand sprayers. These small devices work well when taking care of individual plants in our homes.
What if we have a house with a garden or plot?
AGREKOM garden sprayers are perfectly suited when attending to home gardens. Each unit is equipped with a 19-litre tank and a long lance. That means you can spray, fruit trees, bushes, flower beds, and even lawns with tick repellents. You can also use spray guns with these types of sprayers. And so making the spraying more precise.
Sprayer as a foaming unit
Sprayers can also be used as foaming units to spray active cleaning foam. For our sprayer to also work as an active foam spray unit, it is essential to mount a special foaming module. If you use the spray gun, it is also worth to have the appropriate nozzles, which increase the foam's density.