Figure 3-9. Hydraulic sprayer.
Turn off spray gun; stop engine.
(6) Open the main discharge valve, the pressure relief valve, and the
petcock; drain the surge tank before storing.
Open the spray gun adjustment handle to drain the main discharge
(8) Check the oil level and change the oil occasionally in the crankcase and
the bath bowl.
Check all belts and hoses for cracks and loose fittings.
(10) During freezing weather, pump a pint of antifreeze mixed with 1 gallon of
water through the machine and then leave to drain.
b. Aerosol Generated, Ultra-Low Volume, Electric (AGULVE) Sprayer. This
vehicle-mounted unit (see figure 3-10) is the military version of the Beecomist, Promist
an electric cold aerosol ULV sprayer is less than that of thermal foggers and gasoline
powered cold aerosol ULV sprayers. This model is an electrical powered system (12
volts) that can use its own battery power or be wired to use vehicle power. It is easy to
maintain, calibrate, use, and clean. Moving from storage to vehicle is simple since it
weighs only 95 pounds when empty as compared to 446 pounds for gasoline powered
models. Eighty percent of all insecticide droplets are within the flying arthropod control