|lifting off of trailer and mounting onto Gator|
|Still on the trailer is a tow behind model slated for deliver to Nantucket|
|Howard Meredith, Jr calibrating nozzles|
|Water sensitive paper to test spray pattern and coverage. Blue is the applied water|
|flood jet nozzles in action|
|flood jet nozzles are attached to the frame and stick out beyond the regular boom|
Also with this new sprayer we purchased and installed a pre-load system called cleanload. It it a mechanism that you add the products you wish to spray directly into and they flow into the tank with the water while it is added. It has several rinse ports for powders and also a jug washing port to efficiently rinse any containers from liquid products. Usually these are mounted right on the sprayer but they stick out and can become cumbersome when traveling around the property. We decided to mount ours right at the mix/load pad attached to the chemical storage building. This will save the person spraying from pre-mixing in a five gallon bucket to ensure the product goes into solution and also having to add product through the top of the rig, which is often cumbersome and dangerous.