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Re: What kind of sprayer is this?

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10-22-2012 11:38:37

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GordoSD said: (quoted from post at 11:24:21 10/22/12) It doesn't matter what "kind" of sprayer it is.
All spray rigs have a roller pump, like that one, then a distribution manifold,(L.R, C, LC, RC,RL.)
pressure regulatoe, booms and nozzles. If you are thinking about spraying water for irrigation forget it. The soil will be dry by the time you get back around to it. 20 gals per acre would be the top you could apply. Maybe rig it with 1 1/2 in hose for watering trees.
Go to a farm store and look at a complete new rig. Take pictures and make drawings.

I will do that. I have a 1/4 mile round track out back that horse boarders use to jog their race horses on. It's all sand. When they're out on it training or jogging horses on hot dry days after a period of no rain, it gets very dusty. I just thought maybe we could spray the sand down just to damp it to keep the dust down a bit.
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Ralph Bauer

10-24-2012 06:47:07

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 Re: What kind of sprayer is this? in reply to Faster346, 10-22-2012 11:38:37  
You might want to look into a very large nurse tank or an old highway water truck/tank or an old, but still pumping fire truck......

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10-23-2012 04:42:16

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 Re: What kind of sprayer is this? in reply to Faster346, 10-22-2012 11:38:37  
Would take a LOT of water to make any difference; way back when, we had a commercial peach orchard. The peach shed (most peaches were sold locally) was about 300 yds off of the county road.....on a dirt road. I mounted a 2 inch pipe that was about 10 ft long, with lots of small holes drilled in it......crossways....on the rear of a 750 gallon nurse tank and used it to help control the dust. Used a tankful of water every morning......

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