What type of emulsion sprayers are for sale online?

If you are looking for an emulsion sprayer for sale, there are a number of different types available online. Most of the emulsion sprayers for sale tend to be either truck mounted, trailer mounted, skid mounted or a small portable unit with a mini spray pack.

Truck mounted emulsion sprayers for sale
With a volume capacity between 1,000 to 10,000 litres, truck mounted emulsion sprayers can cover large distances in double quick time. They are highly flexible with a front mounted patching boom for small repair jobs and a rear spray bar for larger jobs. With options such as rear mounted cameras, traffic director arrow boards and a hand held spray lance, these trucks make short work out of big jobs.

Trailer mounted emulsion sprayers for sale
Volumes for trailer mounted emulsion sprayers are usually between 500 to 2,000 litres, powered by a petrol engine and include a kerosene tank for flushing the lines. They usually come with a standard 50mm hitch, a seven-pin round trailer plug, emergency break away chains and a swing away removable landing leg. Add a lockable tool box and a 2.5m spray bar and you have a fully portable road maintenance truck ready to go.

Skid mounted emulsion sprayers for sale
Skid mounted emulsion sprayers are standalone units which can be lifted by forklifts and attached to skid loaders. These units are completely hydraulic and can be mounted on trucks, on the forklift’s bucket or with the loader’s mechanical coupling. These are great for small to medium sized jobs and can be fitted with a hand spray bar or a foldable spray bar.

Mini emulsion sprayers for sale
These are very simple units which use existing emulsion drums, so you save money at the front end. You have a petrol driven motor and pump, usually a 40 litre kerosene tank for flushing and a 2m spray wand. Great for really small or fiddly jobs.

So to save time when you are searching for an emulsion sprayer for sale online, you need to know the type and capacity of the unit you require and then you are good to go.

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