1280: 2-Gallon Premier Pro Tri-Poxy Steel Sprayer
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Chapin's 1280 Premier Series Tri-Poxy steel sprayer and is designed to handle fertilizers, weed killers, and pesticides. It's ideal for the professional or homeowner.
- 2-gallon Tri-Poxy tank for triple protection against rust, corrosion and denting
- 4-inch wide funnel-mouth opening for easy filling.
- Compatible with common fertilizers, weed killers and pesticides
- Adjustable brass nozzle sprays a coarse stream to a fine cone shaped mist
- Brass Shut-off with lock-on feature for fatigue-free spraying
- Curved brass wand to reach around tight or high areas
- Ergonomic handle for easy pumping and carrying
Applications: weed and pest control, fungus control, fertilizers
Can be used for disinfection only when using a diluted mixture of bleach per the CDC guidelines. CDC states: 5 tbsp (1/3 C) of bleach per gallon of room-temperature water or 4 tsp of bleach per quart of room-temperature water.
Documentation & Support
|Chapin 1280 Product Manual|
|Chapin Warranty Information|
Do not store or leave solution in tank after use. Never use any tool to remove pump if there is pressure in sprayer. Never stand with face or body over top of tank when pumping or loosening pump to prevent ejecting pump assembly and/or solution from striking and injuring you. Never pressurize sprayer by any means other than the original pump. Replace parts only with manufacturer’s original parts.
|Tank Mouth Opening||3-inch funnel|
|Tank Construction||Tri-poxy® steel|
|Spray/Flow Rate (GPM)||.4-.5 gpm|
|Shipping Weight In Pounds||3.9|
|Item Weight In Pounds||6|
|Pressure relief valve||none|
|Extension Wand Material||brass|
|PSI - Operating Pressure||40-60 psi|
Package Dim. In. (LxWxH)
8.25 x 8.25 x 18.2
Item Dim. In. (LxWxH)
8 x 8 x 18
Extension Wand Length
Spray Stream Max Horizontal/Vertical*
*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.