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Trying to find how i can build my own trailer mounted sprayer for dust control

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No need to re-invent the wheel when building your trailer mounted sprayer. Your local Northern tool Store, or at the address below,

http://www.northerntool.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/category_6970_166839

you will find all the parts that you will need to complete your project. I have purchased several different types of sprayers, tanks, pressure pumps and parts from them over the years. They have a helpfull staff and most parts are in stock. Take a look at ready made trailer mounted sprayers there to pattern yours after then design in your special needs.
My first portable sprayer was made from four 55 gallon drums loaded onto the back of my pickup. For the pump I used a modified 2" trash/water pump reduced to 1' pipe then seven nozzles. Worked great however 220 gallons of water did not last very long. Problems began with the weight of water in large quantity. I decided I needed about 1000 gallons and found that I needed to deal with about 7500 lbs of weight. Oh well, enough already, good luck with your project and email if you have questions.

Posted on May 12, 2009

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