Collection: Spare Parts Sprayer

Sprayer parts refer to the components and accessories that make up a sprayer system used in various applications such as agriculture, landscaping, pest control, painting, and more. These parts are essential for the proper functioning and maintenance of the sprayer. Here are some common sprayer parts:

  1. Nozzles: Nozzles are crucial for controlling the spray pattern, droplet size, and application rate. Different nozzles are used for different purposes, such as flat fan nozzles for uniform coverage or adjustable nozzles for flexibility.

  2. Pumps: Sprayer pumps provide the pressure needed to spray liquids. There are different types of pumps, including diaphragm pumps, piston pumps, and centrifugal pumps, each with specific use cases.

  3. Pressure Regulators: Pressure regulators ensure a consistent and safe pressure level in the sprayer system, helping to maintain the desired spray pattern and droplet size.

  4. Filters: Filters prevent debris and contaminants from entering the sprayer system, protecting the nozzles and other components from clogs and damage.

  5. Hoses and Fittings: High-quality hoses and fittings are essential for transferring the liquid from the tank to the nozzles. They should be durable, chemical-resistant, and properly sized for the application.

  6. Tank and Agitation: The tank holds the liquid to be sprayed, and an agitation system (usually an agitator or recirculation line) ensures that the liquid remains well-mixed and prevents settling of particles.

  7. Pressure Gauges: Pressure gauges allow the operator to monitor the pressure in the system, helping to maintain the desired application rate.

  8. Valves and Manifolds: Valves control the flow of liquid through the system. Manifolds are used to distribute the liquid to multiple lines or sections.

  9. Spray Guns or Booms: Depending on the application, sprayers may have handheld spray guns or booms (extended arms with multiple nozzles) for broader coverage.

  10. Controllers and GPS Systems: Advanced sprayers may have electronic controllers and GPS systems for precise application, rate control, and tracking of the sprayed area.