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ULV Hand-held spraying system Mankar HQ 45 15-45 cm, 500 ml

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This hand-held spraying system is light and functional. Herbicide hand-held sprayer Mankar HQ 45 is suitable for gardening, planting and decorative seed-beds. For your comfort Mankar HQ 45 has a shoulder-strap.

Spray width: 15 – 45 cm ;
Number nozzles: 1 ;
Tank capacity: 500 ml ;
Area covered: 2500 m2 (0.25 ha) ;
Weight: 5 kg (with the package)
Working time: up to 8 hours.

Characteristics: The flow rate display is moved to the level of the hand, so you can check easy how much product you have. LED display gives information about the hand-held spraying system: Green light means everything is alright, yellow light means that the battery must be charged, red light means that the machine doesn’t work well and maybe must be cleaned. The hand-held sprayer Mankar HQ 45 contains sealed reservoir and cover for the spray hood, so you can take it with you and transport it easily. All units are assembled to the sprayer for maximal work efficiency and duration. The materials of the hand-held sprayer are stable, firm and UV-resistant.

Availability: Out of stock

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The spray width of our hand-held systems is either fixed or can be adjusted by rotating the spray hood and the output volume of the herbicide can be set using a metering valve. A built-in electronic monitoring system will signal any malfunction of the atomiser and/or battery.

Notes about the usage:
- not suitable to apply water;
- first use herbicides to test the machine and its flow;
- place the spray hood right over the ground- if it’s too high there might be a danger in spaying;
- to clean the machine use a strong jet of water;
- storage the sprayer in working position of 45° or horizontal 0° on the ground.


Why is it profitably to choose Spraying systems MANKAR ?


ULV Herbicide handsprayer Mankar

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SKU 103300
Manifacturer No

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