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Make it easy on yourself

15 April 2010

Pushing and manoeuvring a walk behind sprayer can sometimes turn into a back breaking task, and making tight turns around beds, pathways and obstacles only adds to your problems. This can be off putting for the user, and for managers who don’t want staff to suffer back problems or other injuries.

To counter these issues, SCH (Supplies) Ltd have developed a new Electric Powered Sprayer (Ref EPBS). The self-propelled unit is powered by a 24-volt front drive wheel. A three nozzle boom and a hand lance come as standard. Because the sprayer is all electric, it is silent in operation, making it an absolute must wherever noise is an issue.

The tank capacity is 70 litre (15 gallons), and the liquid is dispensed via a 12-volt diaphragm pump. To provide the user with as much effortless control as possible, the unit has a small forward speed control lever incorporated on the handlebars. Two rear swivel casters make the product a breeze to handle. Optional extras include a variety of spray booms at up to 16’ coverage, a 48" dribble bar, a wind shield for the 3 nozzle boom and a drop foam line marker.

As with most of their range of equipment, SCH can alter or adapt this unit to any specific requirements you may have.

For further information about this or any other product in the SCH range, please call 01473 328272 or visit

www.schsupplies.co.uk


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