UTV Skid Sprayer
Utility Vehicle Sprayer for Sale
The UTV skid sprayer is great for spraying turf, small trees, lawns, foliage, golf courses, and other landscapes. The utility vehicle tank sprayer's compact size allows it to easily fit into the bed of a UTV or other small vehicles. It's skid mounted design makes for quick loading and unloading.
UTV Skid Sprayer Features
- 50 or 100 gallon poly tank
- Heavy duty steel frame
- 12 volt quad pump
- Hypro trigger gun for spot spraying
UTV Skid Sprayer Benefits
- Easily fits into UTV bed
- Can hold water or ag chemicals
- Useful for many landscaping applications
- Compact size quickly loaded or unloaded
UTV Skid Sprayer Details
The UTV sprayer is outfitted with a 50 gallon or 100 gallon polyethylene tank, Flojet quad pump, a 25' hose, hose wrap, and a spray gun. The Hypro dual manual control regulates the pressure and gun control. The 12 volt Flojet quad pump moves up to 4 gpm at 35 psi, and is powered from the utility vehicle's electrical system. The utility vehicle sprayer can also be used with a flat fold boom. The durable heavy duty steel construction of the skid ensures long-lasting use. It has high resistance to corrosion and rust.
|Capacity||50 or 100 Gallons|
|Frame||Heavy Duty Steel|
|Pump||Flojet 12 Volt Quad Pump|
|Standard Accessories||25' Spray Hose
Hypro Trigger Gun
Hypro Dual Manual Control
|Optional Boom||8' Folded Width
20" Nozzle Spacing
Receiver Hitch Mounting
UTV Skid Sprayer Applications
Contractors, landscaping companies, or homeowners use the UTV skid sprayer for spot spraying and even de-icing sidewalks in the wintertime. The robust poly tank holds water or agricultural chemicals for use in fertilizing and additional landscaping applications. The industrial and landscaping uses are endless, making the UTV sprayers for sale essential equipment for a range of applications.
Frequently Asked Questions
UTV Skid Sprayer Question and Answer
Skid sprayers can be used for a wide range of tasks. They can transport and spray water and other chemicals, and typically feature a spray gun for spot spraying. This makes them particularly useful for municipal water treatment, spraying weeds in the lawn, and distributing fertilizer. The list of applications doesn't end here, however, as you can use a skid sprayer to meet an endless amount of small spraying needs.
There are two different ways to winterize a skid sprayer. The first way involves several steps. First, you drain the entire system, park the unit on an uphill slope, and spray out the entire contents. Then add 5 to 6 gallons of water and spray that through as well. You can then use a shop vac to suck out any remaining liquid. Then disconnect and blow out all lines with an air compressor. Finally, empty the strainer and clean the filter and strainer with the air compressor. The second way is to use the RV Anti-freeze method. Drain everything from the unit as above, then run 3 to 5 gallons of RV anti-freeze through the system. Make sure you clean the filter first. The end of the season is always a good time to change the oil as well, so you are ready for the next season.