Chapin 1941 3.5-Gallon Industrial Open Head General Duty Sprayer

#1941

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Chapin's 1941 industrial open head general duty sprayer is ideal for fertilizers, weed killers and pesticides. Designed for professional applications, the 3.5-gallon tank is constructed with Tri-Poxy steel for maximum chemical resistance. 
  • 3.5-Gallon Tri-Poxy tank for protection against rust, corrosion, and denting
  • 4-inch wide mouth opening for easy filling and cleaning
  • Brass pump, wand, nozzle and shut-off with lock-on feature
  • Viton seals and gaskets designed to handle a variety of chemicals (check chemical manufacturers instructions)
  • Unique Tri-Lock seal feature that locks the pump cap tight

Applications

  • Form Oil
  • Concrete Additives
  • General Purpose Cleaning
  • Weed & Feed
  • Fungicides
  • Herbicides
  • Pesticides

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Technical Specs

Model Number 1941
Tank Size 3.5-gallon
Tank Mouth Opening 4-inch wide
Tank Construction Tri-poxy ® steel
Pump Type piston
Seal Material Viton
Hose Length 42-inches
Hose Material reinforced
Shut-Off Material zinc w/brass coating
Lock-On Feature lock-on feature
Anti-Siphon Feature none
Shoulder strap none
Battery Type none
Spray Hours none
Warranty none
Spray/Flow Rate (GPM) .4-.5 gpm
Nozzle(s) brass cone
Filters none
Frame none
CFV none
Handle tri-lock cap, metal-alloy
Shipping Weight In Pounds 10.2
Package Dim. In. (LxWxH) 8.3 x 8.3 x 26.4
Item Dim. In. (LxWxH) 8.1 x 8.1 x 26.2
Item Weight In Pounds 9.7
Pressure relief valve none
Extension Wand Material brass
PSI - Operating Pressure 40-60 psi
Motor Size none
Extension Wand Length
24-inches
Spray Stream Max Vertical
25-feet
Spray Stream Max Horiz.
23-feet

 

*Spray distance is dependent on many factors such as adjusted nozzle orifice size, tank pressure, wind interference and angle of inclination. Spray distances may vary based on user's specific application.