While custom-configuring spray units for professional lawn, tree, and shrub care, Graham Spray Equipment always explores ways to help their customers improve efficiency and profitability. The new GSE 600-gallon spray unit was developed precisely in this spirit. Its special configuration eliminates the need for repeat runs on routes that require different treatments.
The spray unit, which was unveiled this past fall at the GIE+EXPO, features a 400/200–gallon compartmented tank that enables one spray rig to service multiple grass types requiring different chemical treatments. Dual pumping stations allow two techs to apply different treatments at the same time.
“This is a significant increase in efficiency on routes that require multiple treatments. One rig can get everyone on a single run.”
– Dave Arnett, Graham Sales Manager
Absent this capacity, a lawn care company typically either has two spray rigs handle the same geographic route or has one rig do repeat runs. In the latter case, a tech sprays one type of turf on the first pass, then returns to the shop to switch out chemicals, and runs the route again.
Arnett points out that by overcoming the inefficiency inherent in each of these approaches, the compartmented GSE 600 “can even give a lawn care company the ability to take on more accounts.”
In addition to the compartmented tank and dual pumping stations, the new GSE 600 includes two under-bed storage boxes (each 18” x 18” x 30”), a large dry storage box (30” x 30” x 78”), and a 16-gallon water tank. Mechanical agitation and jet agitation are used in the 400-gallon and 200-gallon tank compartments, respectively.
Like all Graham spray units, the 600-gallon compartmented unit can be customized with options and features to fit any customer’s specifications and comes with lifetime phone support.
Learn more about Graham’s spray equipment and services by calling 800-543-2810.