Model SA2-E Alta Pressure Sprayer
• A plated metal rod pump, for extra strength • A long-reach lance, giving access to difficult areas • A fully adjustable nozzle, allowing you to produce a fine spray, a coarse spray or a jet spray • A graduated body, which lets you know how much is in the sprayer • EPDM seals, which give good resistancy to many alkaline products and those containing acetone
• 1.8 litre working capacity • Dimensions (approximately): height: 305mm, length: 250mm, container diameter: 125mm • Weight (approximately): 415g • Colour: red
• Household • Industrial • Automotive applications • Solvents containing acetone • Glycol • Detergents • Hydraulic oils
• Polypropylene • Polyethylene • Plated Steel • EPDM We can advise as to whether our finger sprayers are suitable for use with general chemical components, but recommend you carry out trials to ensure compatibility with your own formulation.
What are the best seals for pressure sprayers? This depends on what chemicals you are spraying. Flourocarbon (trade name Viton) is the best overall resistant material to the widest range of chemicals. However, it is more expensive than other materials and may not be necessary. Nitrile (or Buna N) is lower in cost and is suitable for many water based chemicals. Ask our staff for more information about your chemicals. What is the difference between actual capacity and working capacity? Actual capacity is the ‘total’ capacity of the container. However, the pressure sprayer needs an amount of air to compress, to force the chemical out. The working capacity is the maximum amount of product which can be filled to operate the sprayer. How can I prolong the life of my sprayer? To get the best results from your sprayers we recommend they are completely emptied and rinsed through after each use.