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Field King™ Pump Zero Sprayer - 2 Gallon (Lithium Ion Powered)

Original price $99.50 - Original price $99.50
Original price
$99.50
$99.50 - $99.50
Current price $99.50

Field King Pump Zero Sprayer - 2 Gallon (Lithium Ion Powered)

Features:

  • Easy to use, consistent pressure, NO MORE PUMPING!
  • Spray up to 12 full tanks per charge
  • Powered by a 7.2V rechargeable lithium ion battery and integrated pump.
  • High end components meant for daily professional use.
  • Pressure regulating switch maintains constant operating pressure at 20 PSI for consistent application rates.
  • Pressure relief valve allows for safely removing pressure prior to opening tank.

1 Year Manufacturer Warranty: If your Field King Pump Zero Sprayer - 2 Gallon (Lithium Ion Powered) stops working within 1 year of purchase please contact us immediately and we will send out a replacement!

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  • What if my sprayer is missing a nozzle or I need replacement parts?

    Replacement parts can easily be found for all of the contractor, performance, and ion battery powered pump sprayers directly on The Fountainhead Group website!

    The instruction manual included with the sprayer will have all part numbers for nozzles, battery packs, etc.

  • HOW LONG DOES THE BATTERY LAST BEFORE RECHARGING? HOW IS IT RECHARGED? DOES THE TANK COME WITH A REGULAR TOP/MECHANISM SO ONE CAN USE IT EITHER BY BATTERY OR WITHOUT?

    The sprayer is advertised to spray up to 12 full tanks per charge. The battery comes with an AC charger that will plug into any ordinary outlet. This sprayer only comes with the battery powered sprayer. You can, however, add the Pump Zero 7.2V Power Head & Charger to any of the Smith Professional or Smith Contractor Sprayers.

Customer Reviews

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Christine Nelson
If You're Serious, Then Get Serioous.

I'm here today to buy a second powered sprayer actually for my growing team of volunteers (with my gift certificate for entering my restoration in the Atlas Preservation contest).

I'm using to this to clean gravestones and monuments, which is already a lot of arm and shoulder work without having to hand pump the sprayer to rinse them off. It's a small splurge in the scheme of all the equipment and materials we use.

Its base is a little bit small for how top-heavy it can get, so you do have to mind it while you're moving around spraying an object from different angles to keep it from tipping over (small annoyance). And, the gasket slips/unwinds where the hose attached to the tank. It just needs some maintenance tightening by hand once in a while and is probably due to the tank being pressurized; maybe let the pressure out between jobs to reduce the frequency of that happening (small inconvenience when it leaks water in the car).

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History for Liberty
Excellent Sprayer

Despite questions of "do you *really* need that" from onlookers...the answer is yes. Yes, it is nice to not have to pump it, and not pump not just once or twice, but for weeks and weeks between charges. It's a nice machine that has held up well thus far. My only complaint is I wish it had a better way to secure the sprayer to the tank while not in use. Would recommend.