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Fimco Sprayer 110-Gallon Boomless 3-Point

The average rating for this product is 3 out of 5 stars
1 review
Sprayer 110 Gal Boomless 3 Pt
Due to product size and/or weight, this ships via motor freight truck only.
Availability:
#69934A
Product Overview

This durable high quality sprayer is ideal for spraying extremely rough terrain, such as range land, that conventional booms may not withstand. This sprayer works extremely well for road side and grassland management. This is a 110 gallon corrosion resistant polyethylene tank. The tank has an 8" screw-on cap for easy filling, molded in gallon and liter fluid volume indicator to view tank contents. The sprayer comes with a deluxe handgun kit with an adjustable pattern tip and a 2-nozzle boomless kit which will give you up to 36 feet of spray coverage. It has a 6-roller pump with a 540 coupler and manual plumbing kit.

Specification

  • Fimco brand
  • Product number: 5303083
  • 40' boomless nozzle
  • 6 roller cast iron Hypro pump
  • Deluxe handgun kit
  • Weight: 334 lbs.
Product Review Summary
Based on 1 review
The average rating for this product is 3 out of 5 stars
Overall Rating: 3.0/5.0
Customer Reviews
September 07, 2022
Fimco boomless 110 gal 3 point hitch sprayer with blue nozzles
This shopper rated the product 3 out of 5 stars

Operating manual for sprayer for blue nozzles says to run pressure at 60 psi with tractor speed at 4 mph to get 17.5 gallons of liquid per acre. Pressure gage that comes with sprayer is 0 - 400 psi with 100 lb. increments, which makes it difficult to regulate 60 lbs. of pressure on 1/4 of the scale with any amount of accuracy. The suction hose from the tank to the pump will collapse when trying to get 60 psi and maintaining a steady spray volume. It is a cheap hose and is not collapse proof. It had to be replaced with a supported hose. You would think that the manufacturer would specify a better range for the pressure gauge (0 -100psi or 0 -150psi) to give more control of pressure for spraying expensive chemicals. They need to upgrade the suction hose to prevent loss of flow to the roller pump that could damage it. Just two items that cost over 4hrs of lost time while trying to spray a field.

ELVIE from NC