suspensions require frequent agitation. When the sprayer is not in use, particularly if it
is left standing where the temperature exceeds 90F, the pressure in the tank should be
released by unscrewing the pump cap slowly until air is heard escaping through the air
relief holes in the side of the pump cap. Once all excess pressure is released from the
tank, the pump cap may be safely unscrewed from the tank. Figure 3-2 shows all the
parts of the 2-gallon sprayer and table 3-1 gives the identification of each part.
Figure 3-2. Two-gallon compressed air sprayer showing all parts and the identification
(table 3-1) of each.