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Stainless Steel 10L Compression Sprayer - Harsh Solvents

by Mesto
Original price $199.50 - Original price $199.50
Original price
$199.50 - $199.50
Current price $199.50

Mesto Stainless Steel 10L Compression Sprayer - Harsh Solvents #3611UP

Product Description

This high-PSI stainless steel compression sprayer is designed for work in construction, concrete, sanitation, pest control, agriculture, and gardening. The unmatched 88 PSI operating pressure sprays thicker liquids without clogging, sprays farther, and with finer dispersion and more even distribution of liquids.  30% more PSI than the leading competition.

The stainless steal tank, brass components, ergonomic bumpers, wide mouth opening with protector, filters, and robust seals, make this the most durable professional sprayer on the market.

Harsh Solvents

The FPM Viton seals on this model are designed to handle harsh solvents and the following common chemical solutions: Benzene, Bleach, Boric Acid, Denatured Alcohol, Diesel Fuel, Diazone, Dow Chemical Path Finder, Ethyl Alcohol, Hydrochloric Acid, Isopropyl Alcohol, Kerosene, Methyl Ethyl Ketone, Olympic Maximum Solid Color Base, Paint Thinner, Ridomil, Round UP, Sulfuric Acid, Toluene, Wettable Powders, and Xylene.

For other chemicals please see the 3611UE model

Product Specifications and Features:

  • Dimensions: 9.5 x 11 x 25.5 inches
  • Weight: 11 pounds
  • Capacity: 10L (2.64 gallon)
  • Flow rate: 0.5-1.0 GPM
  • Maximum operating pressure: 88 PSI
  • Nozzle: Brass flat-jet
  • Seal type: FPM Viton to handle the harshest solvents
  • 20 inch brass wand
  • 60 inch reinforced rubber hose
  • Stainless steel tank with wide mouth opening for easy poor and protective cover to keep out debris
  • Protective bumpers for increased tank durability and wide stable base
  • Sling for comfortable carrying on the shoulder
  • Pressure release valve

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