Solo Backpack Sprayers
Solo Piston Backpack Sprayers are capable
of producing up to 90 psi, which gives you the power to perfom
virtually every spraying task. They easily and effectively
handle disinfectants, fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides,
and formulations for tree, shrub and plant protection. Solo
Diaphragm Pump Backpack Sprayers are capable of producing
up to 60 psi and are ideal for handling chemicals in wettable
powder form, as well as liquid formulations.
Solo Backpack Sprayers are well
known for their:
- Solo's unique shape and body fitting design balances weight between
the shoulders and hips unlike competitors, where weight often presses
on the small of the back. 48" hose, 28" wand assembly, easy pump,
and easy trigger squeeze combine to make Solo Backpack Sprayers comfortable
and easy to use.
- Solo Backpack Sprayers are constructed of high density polyethylene
and other chemical resistant materials. A 2 year warranty is provided.
Given proper maintenance, the sprayer should last for millions of
pumps and many years of use.
- Each Solo sprayer is equipped with an Adjustable, Flat Spray,
Hollow Cone, and Jet Stream Nozzle to accommodate virtually every
spraying need. Padded Straps with pull tabs make adjustments quick
and easy. Built-in Strainers, Screens, and Filters help keep debris
out of nozzles. Unbreakable wand prevents damage common to brass and
brittle plastic wands. Viton seals, gaskets and O-rings provide excellent
Chemical Resistance and durability.
Which Type of Solo Backpack Sprayer Should
Piston Sprayers are designed
for chemicals mixed from concentrated liquids. Wettable powders may
scar the cylinder wall, Viton Collar and piston causing leaks and
loss of pressure. Solo Piston Sprayers pump up to 90 PSI and are relatively
simple to maintain.
Diaphragm Sprayers are suitable for use with both wettable
powders and liquid chemicals. Solo Diaphragm Sprayers will pump up
to 60 PSI. Diaphragm Sprayers can be harder to maintain than Piston