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Routine maintenance of an agricultural manual sprayer involves regular inspections and cleaning to ensure the equipment is functioning properly and safely. Here are some steps to follow for routine maintenance:
Clean the sprayer thoroughly after each use to prevent clogging and corrosion.
Inspect the hoses, nozzles, and seals for cracks, leaks, or other damage. Replace damaged parts as needed.
Check the pump and sprayer valves for proper operation and tighten any loose connections.
Lubricate moving parts, such as the pump and trigger, to ensure smooth operation.
Store the sprayer in a dry, protected place to prevent corrosion and damage from sunlight.
Regularly check the sprayer's pressure gauge to ensure the pressure remains within the manufacturer's recommended range.
Replace the sprayer's fluid filters and gaskets as needed.
By performing these routine maintenance tasks, you can ensure that your agricultural manual sprayer is working efficiently and effectively, and help to extend its lifespan.