Hi. I'm Ted, from Everything Attachments. We're here today to show you the Southern brand of agriculture sprayers. This is the smaller 25-gallon unit. I'm going to point out some of the options for you. It uses a 6-roller hydraulic pump, and you can get, if you're going to be spraying liquid nitrogen, you can get a nitrogen pump for an extra charge. This chain is what will hook to something on your lift of your tractor to keep the pump from turning as it builds pressure.
You have a main line coming from the bottom of your tank; your pressure is coming up here. You do have a pressure gauge. Then this lever here will either activate the booms in the gun or it will re-circulate and stir the tank for agitation to keep your chemicals mixed. You can adjust the pressure here, with your pressure relief, and you also have a cut-off valve right here, so you can cut off the boom sprayers and operate the rear hand sprayer, for whether you're spraying Round-Up or you're spraying your fruit trees. We'll rotate this to the back and we'll show you some of the functions, and how the boom works.
On the back, you've got 25 feet of hose. You've got a commercial hand sprayer gun here that can be operated. You can adjust the nozzle and put different types of tips in it. It's got a nice little holder to keep all your hose up. These booms just fold down when you're ready to use them. You can change it from just the boom sprayers or to the handgun. This is a small unit for a tractor, with 25 gallons of water. Including the sprayer, you're going to have about 250 to 300 pounds. It can be used on any subcompact tractor up to about 30 or 40 horsepower. You could use it on a larger tractor, but you probably would want more capacity, and we offer these all the way up to 1,000 gallons in different sprayers.
If you'll give us a call at Everything Attachments, or send us an email, we'll help size your unit properly. If you need a nitrogen pump or something, we can help you with that.