- 商品尺寸: 20.3 x 20.3 x 47 cm
- 商品重量: 2.44 Kg
- 发货重量: 3.2 Kg
- ASIN: B0009GVN74
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Hudson 商业喷雾器不锈钢 2 gallon 97292
- 不锈钢背心。 25.4cm 黄铜泵 - 适合高温和多种溶剂应用
- Kem-Oil 耐化学，编织动力喷雾器风格软管
- 黄铜无感控制阀 — 持续更长久，关机迅速 — 6 英寸内嵌 60 网状过滤器。
- 结实的黄铜 45.72 厘米喷雾棒
- 8004E TeeJet 风扇图案喷嘴
For tough jobs that require heavy artillery, call in the H.D. Hudson Commercial Stainless Steel Sprayer. Fitted with a stainless steel tank and a 10-inch brass pump, this sprayer is suitable for high-temperature jobs, or solutions that require multiple solvents. The brass thrustless control valve features a 6-inch in-line 60 mesh filter that shuts off quickly and lasts longer. About H.D. Hudson For over a century, H.D. Hudson has been developing their products within the sprayer business. Today, they are known as the Standard of Value in their field. Hudson specializes in recognition and manufacturing of sprayers for lawn and garden, industrial, agriculture, pest control, turf care and public health. Hudson brings its customers a broad range of high-quality sprayers that meet or exceed expectations. Working with integrated technology, supply chain strategies and unparalleled global custom service, Hudson delivers the best overall cost and quality you can count on. Professional-quality stainless steel tank. Heavy-duty thrustless valve made from durable brass. Kem-Oil power hose-style sprayer for tough jobs. Strong curved brass spray wand reaches anywhere. 10-inch brass pump suited for high temperature or multi-solvent jobs.
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***the pump is totally ineffective. It doesn't seem that the plunger seal works effectively, so I requires 20-30 pumps to get pressure. The first 3/4 of the stroke is wasted since the seal doesn't grab until the last 1/4. Sometimes, it's difficult to feel if it even produces any pressure per stroke. Huge wasted energy
***once the canister is pressurized, the continuity of the stream is very poor. For example- the canister is full of liquid, the tank is pressurized, the tank is sitting still on the sidewalk, I gently pull the lever and the stream comes out in variable spurts. Strong stream followed by lots of gas and no liquid. What the heck...?
I will contact Hudson and let you all know if they take responsibility for this garbage.
PS. I am an extremely capable and competent design engineer. I've worked in the Semiconductor industry for 30 years with some of the most sophisticated equipment. My point is not to brag, but to alleviate any doubt about my capabilities to operate something as simply as a garden spray.
When a read a negative review as bad as this I think the user is at fault and stupid. The seals on this are a joke. I take care of my tools, as I did this one, and it is dead. Attractive stainless tank, the pump mechanism is not worth a rotten apple in terms of durability. I haven't put 20 gallons through it, never left it stored under pressure, stored empty in the off season. I just don't understand, with what they charge for this unit, how it could have a pump with such a lack of durability and performance. Maybe I'm wrong but, I would not recommend this sprayer.
We have a much cheaper 'bugwiser' Hudson sprayer, and strangely that one is working fine after a couple years, with the same product inside the sprayer (Burnout, a non-toxic herbicide).
I do not recommend these sprayers at all.
First, the hose kinks on both ends - where it connects to the sprayer body and the at the wand. It works fine for a few weeks then you find yourself whittling off ends of the hose where the kink has set. I fixed this by putting stiff springs at the junction of the hose and connectors and fastening them with hose clamps. Fortunately, I had springs that fit. It does solve the problem. Hello? Hudson - how long have you been making this sprayer? This is a cheap fix for problem that is really aggravating and must happen to every user.
The second beef is more important. After two seasons, I find that the pump does not release smoothly from the spray tank. I have to niggle around with it to get it to release. The problem is the tabs that thread the pump into the tank get bent and have to be pried back into position. With time, I know these will break. At this price I would think Hudson could upgrade the metal where the pump is received at the tank or come up with a better solution. Come on guys if you are going to build the Cadillac sprayer - build it.
When I'm not fighting its weaknesses - I love the sprayer. Works like a champ.