AB20002 - 21 , 30 40 Truss

AB20002 - 21 , 30 40 Truss
3/16
AB20002 Rev. 9
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WARRANTY POLICY & REGISTRATION
Go online to www.demco-products.com to review Demco warranty policies and register your Demco product.
Thank you for purchasing a Demco spray boom. We feel you have made a wise choice and hope you
are completely satisfied with your new boom. If you have any questions regarding the applications of
certain solutions or chemicals, contact your chemical supplier and follow chemical manufacturer
recommendations as well as all licensing and use restrictions or regulations.
WARNING:
To Avoid Personal Injury or Property Damage, Observe Following Instructions:
Chemicals are dangerous. Know exactly what you’re going to do and what
is going to happen before attempting to work with these products. Improper
selection or use can injure people, animals, plants and soil.
Always wear protective clothing such as coveralls, goggles and gloves when
working with chemicals or sprayer.
Be sure to dispose of all unused chemicals or solutions in a proper and ecologically sound manner.
GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Unless otherwise specified, high-strength (grade5)
(3 radial-line head markings) hex head bolts are
used throughout assembly of this sprayer.
3. When placing a parts order, refer to this manual for
proper part numbers and place order by PART NO.,
DESCRIPTION, and COLOR.
2. Whenever terms “LEFT” and “RIGHT” are used in
this manual it means from a position behind sprayer
and facing forward.
Table of Contents
General information.............................................................................................................. 2
Warranty Policy & Registration............................................................................................. 2
Safety , Signal Words........................................................................................................... 3
Equipment Safety Guidelines............................................................................................... 4
Lighting and Marking............................................................................................................ 4
Safety Sign Care.................................................................................................................. 5
Tire Safety............................................................................................................................ 5
Remember........................................................................................................................... 5
Before Operation.................................................................................................................5-6
During Operation.................................................................................................................6-7
Following Operation............................................................................................................. 7
Highway and Transport Operations.....................................................................................8-9
Performing Maintenance...................................................................................................... 9
Bolt Torque.......................................................................................................................... 10
Spray Tip Assembly and Installation................................................................................... 11
Sprayer Calibration Procedures.......................................................................................... 12
Spray Tip Charts................................................................................................................. 13
Nozzle Parts Breakdown and List....................................................................................... 14
21’ - 30’ Truss-T Boom Parts Breakdown and List............................................................. 15
40’ Truss-T Boom Parts Breakdown and List...................................................................... 16
Sprayer Checklist................................................................................................................ 17
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SAFETY
TAKE NOTE! THIS SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL FOUND THROUGHOUT THIS
MANUAL IS USED TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO INSTRUCTIONS INVOLVING
YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY AND SAFETY OF OTHERS. FAILURE TO FOLLOW
THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAN RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH.
THIS SYMBOL MEANS
ATTENTION
BECOME ALERT
YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
SIGNAL WORDS
Note: use of the following signal words DANGER,
WARNING, and CAUTION with safety messages.
Appropriate signal word for each has been selected
using following guidelines:
DANGER:
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that,
if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
This signal word is to be limited to most extreme
situations typically for machine components which,
for functional purposes, cannot be guarded.
warning:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if
not avoided, could result in death or serious injury,
and includes hazards that are exposed when
guards are removed. It may also be used to alert
against unsafe practices.
caution:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that,
if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate
injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe
practices.
If you have questions not answered in this manual , require additional copies, or if your manual is damaged,
please contact your dealer or Demco, 4010 320th Street, Boyden, IA 51234
ph: (712) 725-2311 Toll Free: 1-800-543-3626 Fax: (712) 725-2380 http://www.demco-products.com
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SAFETY...you can live with it
Equipment safety guidelines
Every year many accidents occur which could be avoided by a few seconds of thought and
more careful approach to handling equipment. You, the operator, can avoid accidents by
observing precautions in this section. To avoid personal injury, study precautions and insist
those working with you, or you yourself, follow them.
In order to provide a better view, certain illustrations in this manual may show an assembly
with a safety shield removed. However, sprayer should never be operated in this condition.
Keep all shields in place. If shield removal becomes necessary for repairs, replace shield
prior to use.
Replace any caution, warning, danger or instruction safety decal that is not readable or is
missing. Location of such decals is indicated in this booklet.
Do not attempt to operate this sprayer under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Review safety instructions with all users.
Operator should be a responsible adult. Do not allow persons to operate or
assemble this sprayer until they have developed a thorough understanding
of safety precautions and how it works.
To prevent injury or death, use a tractor equipped with a roll over protective system (ROPS).
Do not paint over, remove, or deface any safety signs or warning decals on your sprayer.
Observe all safety signs and practice instructions on them.
Never exceed limits of sprayer. If its ability to do a job, or to do so safely is in question
don’t try it.
Lighting and marking
It is the responsibility of operator to know lighting and marking requirements of local highway
authorities and to install and maintain equipment to provide compliance with regulations.
Add extra lights when transporting at night or during periods of limited visibility.
Lighting kits are available from your dealer or manufacturer.
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Safety sign care
• Keep safety signs clean and legible at all times.
• Replace safety signs that are missing or have become illegible.
• Replacement parts that displayed a safety sign should also display current sign.
• Safety signs are available from your distributor, dealer parts department, or manufacturer.
• Slowly peel back remaining paper and carefully smooth remaining portion of decal into place.
• Small air pockets can be pierced with a pin and smoothed out using piece of decal backing paper.
Tire safety
• Failure to follow proper procedures when mounting tire on rim can produce an explosion resulting in serious injury or death.
How to install safety signs:
• Be sure installation area is clean and dry.
• Decide on exact position before you remove backing paper.
• Remove smallest portion of split backing paper.
• Align decal over specified area and carefully press small portion with exposed sticky backing in place.
• Do not attempt to mount tire unless you have proper equipment and experience.
• Inflating or servicing tires can be dangerous. Whenever possible, trained personnel should be called to service or mount tires.
• Always order and install tires and wheels with appropriate type and load capacity to
meet or exceed anticipated weight to be placed on sprayer.
Remember
Your best assurance against accidents is a careful and responsible operator. If there is any
portion of this manual or function you do not understand, contact your local authorized dealer
or manufacturer.
Before operation:
• Carefully study and understand this manual.
• Do not wear loose-fitting clothing which may catch in moving parts.
• Always wear protective clothing and substantial shoes.
• It is recommended that suitable hearing and eye protection be worn.
• Operator may come in contact with certain materials which may require specific safety equipment relative to handling of such materials. (Examples: extremely dusty, molds, fungus, bulk fertilizers, etc.)
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• Keep wheel and lug nuts tightened to specified torque.
• Assure that agricultural implement tires are inflated evenly.
• Give sprayer a visual inspection for any loose bolts, worn parts, or cracked welds, and
make necessary repairs. Follow maintenance safety instructions included in this manual.
• Be sure there are no tools lying on or in equipment
• Do not use the sprayer until you are sure that area is clear, especially around children and animals.
• Don’t hurry learning process or take sprayer for granted. Ease into it and become familiar with your new equipment.
• Practice operation of your sprayer and its attachments. Completely familiarize yourself and other operators with its operation before using.
• Use a tractor equipped with Roll Over Protection System (ROPS) and fasten your seat belt prior to starting engine.
• Manufacturer does not recommend usage of tractor with ROPS removed.
• Move tractor wheels to widest recommended settings to increase stability.
• Do not allow anyone to stand between tongue or hitch and towing unit when backing
up to equipment.
During operation
• Beware of bystanders, PARTICULARLY CHILDREN! Always look around to make sure it is safe to start engine of towing unit or move sprayer. This is particularly important with higher noise levels and quiet cabs, as you may not hear people shouting.
• NO PASSENGERS ALLOWED- Do not carry passengers anywhere on or in the tractor or sprayer.
• Keep hands and clothing clear of moving parts.
• Do not clean, lubricate, or adjust your sprayer while it is moving.
• When halting operation, even periodically, set tractor or towing unit brakes, disengage PTO, shut off engine, and remove ignition key.
• Be especially observant of operating area and terrain- watch for holes, rocks, or other hidden hazards. Always inspect area prior to operation.
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DO NOT operate near edge of drop-offs or banks.
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DO NOT operate on steep slopes as overturn may result.
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Operate up and down (not across) intermediate slopes. Avoid sudden starts and stops.
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• Pick the most level possible route when transporting across fields. Avoid edges of ditches, gullies, and steep hillsides.
• Be extra careful when working on inclines.
• Periodically clear equipment of brush, twigs, or other materials to prevent buildup of dry combustible materials.
• Maneuver tractor or towing unit at safe speeds.
• Avoid overhead wires or other obstacles. Contact with overhead lines could cause serious
injury or death.
• Avoid loose gravel, rocks, and holes; they can be dangerous for equipment operation or
movement.
• Allow for sprayer length when making turns.
• Do not walk or work under raised components or attachments unless securely positioned and blocked.
• Keep all bystanders, pets, and livestock clear of work area.
• Operate towing unit from operators seat only.
• Never stand alongside of unit with engine running or attempt to start engine and/or operate machine while standing alongside of unit.
• Never leave running equipment attachments unattended.
• As a precaution, always recheck hardware on equipment following every 100 hours of
operation. Correct all problems. Follow maintenance safety procedures.
Following operation
• Following operation, or when unhitching, stop tractor or towing unit, set brakes, disengage PTO and all power drives, shut off engine and remove ignition key.
• Store sprayer in an area away from human activity.
• Do not park sprayer where it will be exposed to livestock for long periods of time. Damage and livestock injury could result.
• Do not permit children to play on or around the stored sprayer.
• Make sure all parked machines are on a hard, level surface and engage all safety devices.
• Wheel chocks may be needed to prevent unit from rolling.
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Highway and transport operations
•
SAFETY CHAINS: If equipment is going to be transported on a public highway, always
follow state and local regulations regarding safety chains and auxiliary lighting. Be sure to check with local law enforcement agencies for your own particular regulations. If required safety chains should be obtained and installed. Only safety chains (not elastic or nylon/plastic tow straps) should be used to retain connection between towing and towed machines in event of separation of primary attaching system. Use a high strength, appropriately sized hitch pin with a mechanical retainer and attach safety chains. Criss cross chains under tongue and secure to draw bar cage, mounting loops, or bumper frame.
• Adopt safe driving practices:
Keep brake pedals latched together at all times. NEVER USE INDEPENDENT BRAKING WITH SPRAYER IN TOW. LOSS OF CONTROL OR UPSET MAY RESULT.
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- Always drive at a safe speed relative to local conditions and ensure that your speed is low enough for an emergency stop. Keep speed to a minimum.
- Reduce speed prior to turns to avoid risk of overturning.
- Always keep tractor or towing unit in gear to provide engine braking when going downhill. Do not coast.
- Do not drink and drive!
• Comply with state and local laws governing highway safety and movement of farm machinery on public roads.
• Use approved accessory lighting flags and necessary warning devices to protect operators of other vehicles on highway during transport. Various safety lights and devices are available from your dealer.
• Use of flashing amber lights is acceptable in most localities. However, some localities prohibit their use. Local laws should be checked for all highway lighting and marking requirements.
• When driving tractor and sprayer under 20 mph (40 kph) day or night, use flashing amber warning lights and a slow moving vehicle (SMV) identification emblem.
• Plan your route to avoid heavy traffic.
• Be a safe and courteous driver. Always yield to oncoming traffic in all situations, including narrow bridges, intersections, etc.
• Be observant of bridge load ratings. Do not cross bridges rated lower than gross weight of unit you are operating.
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• Watch for obstructions overhead and side to side while transporting.
• Always
operate equipment in a position to provide maximum visibility at all times. Make allowances for increased length and weight of sprayer when making turns, or stopping.
Performing maintenance
• Good maintenance is your responsibility. Poor maintenance is an invitation to trouble.
• Make sure there is plenty of ventilation. Never operate engine of towing vehicle in a closed building. Exhaust fumes may cause asphyxiation.
• Before working on this machine, stop towing vehicle, set brakes, disengage PTO
and all power drives, shut off engine and remove ignition key.
• Be certain all moving parts and attachments have come to a complete stop before attempting to perform maintenance.
• Always use a safety support and block wheels. Never use a jack to support machine.
• Always use proper tools or equipment for job at hand.
• Use extreme caution when making adjustments.
• Follow torque chart in this manual when tightening bolts and nuts.
• Never use your hands to locate a hydraulic leak on attachments. Use a small piece of cardboard or wood. Hydraulic fluid escaping under pressure can penetrate skin.
• Openings in skin and minor cuts are susceptible to infection from hydraulic fluid.
Without immediate medical treatment, serious infection and reactions can occur.
• When disconnecting hydraulic lines, shut off hydraulic supply and relieve all hydraulic pressure.
• Replace all shields and guards after servicing and before moving.
• After servicing, be sure all tools, parts and service equipment are removed.
• Do not allow grease or oil to build up on any steps or platform.
• When replacing bolts refer to owners manual.
• Refer to bolt torque chart for head identification marking.
•
Where replacement parts are necessary for periodic maintenance and servicing,
genuine factory replacement parts must be used to restore your equipment to original
specifications. Manufacturer will not claim responsibility for use of unapproved parts or accessories and other damages as a result of their use.
• If equipment has been altered in any way from original design, manufacturer does not accept any liability for injury or warranty.
• A fire extinguisher and first aid kit should be kept readily accessible while performing maintenance on this equipment
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BOLT TORQUE
TORQUE DATA FOR STANDARD NUTS, BOLTS, AND CAPSCREWS.
Tighten all bolts to torques specified in chart unless otherwise noted. Check tightness of bolts
periodically, using bolt chart as guide. Replace hardware with same grade bolt.
NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, high-strength Grade 5 hex bolts are used throughout assembly of equipment.
Bolt Torque for Standard bolts *
Torque Specifications
GRADE 2GRADE 5GRADE 8
“A” lb-ft (N.m) lb-ft (N.m) lb-ft (N.m)
1/4”
6 (8)
5/16” 10 (13)
3/8” 20 (27)
7/16” 30 (40)
1/2” 45 (60)
9/16” 70 (95)
5/8” 95 (130)
3/4” 165 (225)
7/8” 170 (230)
1”
225 (300)
9
18
30
50
75
115
150
290
420
630
(12)
(25)
(40)
(70)
(100)
(155)
(200)
(390)
(570)
(850)
12 (16)
25 (35)
45 (60)
80 (110)
115 (155)
165 (220)
225 (300)
400 (540)
650 (880)
970 (1310)
Bolt Torque for Metric bolts *
CLASS 8.8CLASS 9.8CLASS 10.9
“A” lb-ft (N.m) lb-ft (N.m) lb-ft (N.m)
9 (13)
10 (14)
13 (17)
Torque figures indicated are valid for 6
7
15 (21)
18 (24)
21 (29)
non-greased or non-oiled threads and
8
23 (31)
25 (34)
31 (42)
heads unless otherwise specified. 10
45 (61)
50 (68)
61 (83)
Therefore, do not grease or oil bolts or 12
78 (106)
88 (118)
106 (144)
capscrews unless otherwise specified 14
125 (169)
140 (189)
170 (230)
in this manual. When using locking
16
194 (263)
216 (293)
263 (357)
elements, increase torque values
18
268 (363)
-- --
364 (493)
20
378 (513)
-- --
515 (689)
by 5%.
22
24
GRADE or CLASS value for bolts
516 (699)
654 (886)
*
and capscrews are identified by their
head markings.
GRADE-2
GRADE-5
GRADE-8
A
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--
--
--
--
702 (952)
890 (1206)
CLASS 8.8
CLASS 9.8
CLASS 10.9
8.8
9.8
10.9
Sprayer tip assembly Installation
DEMCO Booms are sold in 21, 30 and 40’ foot models. Tip placement will depend on the tip being used. When broadcast spraying with Flat Spray Tips, 20 inch tip spacing must be used and when spraying with
Floodjet Tips, 40 inch spacing must be used.
1.
Marking Location of Boom Clamps
Mark the clamp locations by starting in the center of the main boom frame. From this mark locate 20
inch spaces to the ends of both boom wings.
2.
Fastening Boom Clamps
On the left wing and center section fasten the boom clamps on the boom so the sprayer tip will be on
the back side of the boom, on the right wing place them on the front of the boom. This is to prevent the
tips from being broken when the boom wings are folded into the transport position.
3.
Sprayer Tip Assembly
Flat Sprayer Tips - Insert a sprayer tip assembly and tip into each of the sprayer boom clamps.
Floodjet Tips - Insert a sprayer tip assembly less tip into each sprayer boom clamp. Place a floodjet tip
into every other boom clamp assembly and a blank into all remaining assemblies.
4.
Installing Hoses and Insert Tees
Install the 1/2” hoses on the booms between each boom clamp assembly and fasten with the hose clamps.
Install an insert tee in the middle of each one of the three boom sections as shown in the figure below.
NOTE: For ease of putting hoses on fitting barbs, dip ends in a soap solution. Top View
Control Valve
3/4” Rubber Hose
Elbow
Elbow
Elbow
Insert Tee
Insert Tee
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Elbow
Insert Tee
SPRAYER CALIBRATION PROCEDURES
NOTE: To avoid wind drift, use lower pressure and higher spray volume.
Guidelines For Sprayer Calibration
Before calibrating your sprayer, first determine whether each nozzle is delivering at a uniform rate. Place
quart jars under all nozzles and watch as they fill up. The level should rise uniformly and take the same
time (within 10%) for all nozzles to fill the jars. Replace any nozzle showing a discharge rate different
from the others.
Calibrating the Sprayer
1.
2.
3.
4.
Mark off 660 feet (1/8 mile).
Fill the tank with water.
Set the sprayer to your desired operating pressure.
Turn the sprayer on and drive at the constant speed you will be spraying. Calibration on a road or unplowed
field will give different results than on soft cultivated ground. Note tachometer reading so same speed can
be maintained later.
5. Measure the amount of water it takes to refill the tank completely.
6. Calculate the amount applied:
Number of gallons used x 66 (factor)
Gallons applied
=
Spray Swath in Feet
per acre
Example: If 10 gallons are used in 660 feet and the spray swath is 28 feet, spraying rate is 23.57 gallons per
acre.
10
660
x 66
=
28
28
or 23.57 gallons per acre
7. To calculate the amount of chemical to put in the tank:
Sprayer
Tank Size = Acres
Desired GPA covered
then;
Recom.
amount of chemical
Acres Amt. of chemical
x covered
per acre
per tankful
Example: If a 300 gallon tank is used and 23.57 gallons per acre are applied, one tank will cover 12.72 acres.
If three pounds of chemical are required per acre, then 38.1 pounds of chemical are required per tankful.
300
= 12.72 acres covered
then;
23.57
3 lbs. (gal.) x 12.72 = 38.1 lbs. (gal.) per tankful
To determine GPA at other nominal speeds.
Sprayer Speed
Multiply by
Speed Factor
4 mph
5 mph
6 mph
7.5 mph
10 mph
1.25
1.00
.83
.67
.50
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flat spray nozzle
for
broadcast spraying
Gallons Per Acre
Liquid Nozzle
Nozzle
PressureCapacity
No.
In PSI. In GPM
8001
20
.07
or
25
.08
XR8001VS 30
.09
40
.10
80015
20
.11
or
25
.12
XR80015VS 30
.13
40
.15
8002
20
.14
or
25
.16
XR8002VS 30
.17
40
.20
8003
20
.21
or
25
.24
XR8003VS 30
.26
40
.30
8004
20
.28
or
25
.32
XR8004VS 30
.35
40
.40
8005
20
.35
or
25
.40
XR8005VS 30
.43
40
.50
8006
20
.42
or
25
.47
XR8006VS 30
.52
40
.60
8008
20
.56
or
25
.63
XR8008VS 30
.69
40
.80
8010
20
.70
or
25
.78
XR8010VS 30
.86
40
1.00
Tabulations for all the following charts are based on
spraying water. For different weight fertilizer solutions, obtain
the appropriate conversion factor from the table below.
Based on 20” Nozzle Spacing
4
5
7.5
10
MPH
MPH
MPH
MPH
5.3
4.3
2.8
2.2
5.9
4.7
3.1
2.4
6.4
5.1
3.4
2.6
7.4
6.0
4.0
3.0
7.8
6.3
4.3
3.2
8.8
7.1
4.7
3.6
9.7
7.7
5.2
3.9
11.1
8.9
6.0
4.5
10.5
8.4
5.6
4.2
11.8
9.4
6.3
4.7
12.9
10.3
6.9
5.2
14.8
11.8
7.9
5.9
15.7
12.6
8.4
6.3
17.6
14.1
9.4
7.1
19.0
15.4
10.3
7.7
22.0
17.8
11.8
8.9
21.0
16.8
11.2
8.4
24.0
18.7
12.5
9.4
26.0
21.0
13.7
10.3
30.0
24.0
15.8
11.9
26.0
21.0
14.0
10.5
29.0
23.0
15.7
11.7
32.0
26.0
17.2
12.9
37.0
30.0
19.8
14.9
31.0
25.0
16.9
12.6
35.0
28.0
18.7
14.1
39.0
31.0
21.0
15.5
45.0
36.0
24.0
17.8
42.0
34.0
22.0
17.0
47.0
37.0
25.0
19.0
52.0
41.0
27.0
21.0
59.0
48.0
32.0
24.0
53.0
42.0
28.0
21.0
59.0
47.0
31.0
24.0
64.0
51.0
34.0
26.0
74.0
59.0
40.0
30.0
Weight of Solution
7.0 lbs. per gallon
8.0 lbs. per gallon
8.34 lbs. per gallon-WATER
9.0 lbs. per gallon
10.0 lbs. per gallon
11.0 lbs. per gallon
12.0 lbs. per gallon
14.0 lbs. per gallon
16.0 lbs. per gallon
18.0 lbs. per gallon
20.0 lbs. per gallon
Liquid Capacity
Pressure
In
In PSI.
GPM.
4
MPH
Gallons Per Acre
5
6
8
MPH
MPH
MPH
Conversion
Factors
1.09
1.02
1.00
.96
.91
.87
.83
.77
.72
.68
.65
Imperial Gallon = 1.20 U.S.A. Gallons
tips spaced 20” apart
20”
Nozzle Spacing
20”
Nozzle Spacing
17” to 19”
Floodjet tips
for broadcast spraying
Nozzle
Orifice
No.
Dia.
Specific
Gravity
.84
.96
1.00
1.08
1.20
1.32
1.44
1.68
1.92
2.16
2.40
10
MPH
TKVS1 .033”
TKVS1.5 .041”
10
20
30
40
.10
.14
.17
.20
3.7
5.3
6.4
7.4
3.0
4.3
5.1
6.0
2.5
3.5
4.2
4.9
1.9
2.6
3.2
3.7
1.5
2.1
2.6
3.0
10
20
30
40
.15
.21
.26
.30
5.6
7.8
9.7
11.1
4.5
6.3
7.7
8.9
3.7
5.2
6.5
7.4
2.7
3.9
4.8
5.6
2.0
2.9
3.5
4.1
TKVS2 .046”
10
20
30
40
.20
.28
.35
.40
7.4
10.5
12.9
14.8
6.0
8.4
10.3
11.8
4.9
6.9
8.7
9.9
3.7
5.2
6.5
7.5
3.0
4.2
5.2
5.9
TKVS2.5 .052”
10
20
30
40
.25
.35
.43
.50
9.3
12.9
15.9
18.6
7.4
10.3
12.8
14.9
6.1
8.7
10.6
12.4
4.6
6.5
8.0
9.3
3.7
5.2
6.4
7.4
TKVS3 .057”
10
20
30
40
.30
.42
.52
.60
11.1
15.7
19.3
22.0
8.9
12.6
15.4
17.8
7.5
10.4
12.8
14.8
5.6
7.8
9.7
11.2
4.5
6.3
7.7
8.9
TKVS4 .065”
10
20
30
40
.40
.57
.69
.80
14.9
21.0
26.0
30.0
11.9
16.8
21.0
24.0
9.9
13.9
17.1
19.8
7.5
10.5
12.8
14.8
5.9
8.4
10.3
11.9
TKVS5 .073”
10
20
30
40
.50
.71
.87
1.00
18.6
27.0
33.0
38.0
14.9
21.0
26.0
30.0
12.4
17.6
21.7
25.2
9.3
13.1
16.1
18.6
7.4
10.7
13.1
15.1
TKVS7.5 .091
10
20
30
40
.75
1.10
1.30
1.50
28.0
39.0
49.0
56.0
22.0
32.0
39.0
45.0
18.7
26.4
31.9
37.4
14.0
19.8
24.1
27.5
11.1
15.8
19.3
22.0
TKVS10 .104”
10
20
30
40
1.00
1.40
1.70
2.00
38.0
53.0
64.0
75.0
30.0
41.7
51.0
60.0
25.2
35.2
41.7
49.4
18.5
26.4
31.9
37.4
15.1
21.0
26.0
30.0
TKSS15 .129”
10
20
30
40
1.50
2.10
2.60
3.00
56.0
79.0
97.0
111.0
45.0
63.0
77.0
89.0
37.4
51.6
64.8
74.7
27.5
39.6
48.3
56.0
22.0
31.0
39.0
45.0
TKSS20 .148”
10
20
30
40
2.00
2.80
3.50
4.00
75.0
104.0
130.0
149.0
60.0
83.0
104.0
119.0
49.4
69.2
86.8
100.0
37.4
52.7
64.8
74.7
30.0
42.0
52.0
59.0
TKSS30 .180”
10
20
30
40
3.00
4.2
5.10
6.000
111.0
156.0
189.0
222.0
89.0
124.0
151.0
178.0
74.7
104.4
1264
149.4
56.0
78.2
95.6
112.0
45.0
62.0
76.0
89.0
Floodjet tips are positioned as shown in the diagram
by the chart below. When positioning the tip as shown in
Figure A the tip can be operated closer to the ground, thereby
reducing the chance of wind drift.
The chart below shows capacities in gallons per
acre at various speeds and liquid pressures. Capacities are
based on water at 70 degrees F. with nozzles spaced at 40
inches.
The rate chart is based on 40 inch row spacings.
For other spacings of nozzles on the boom, multiply the
tabulated GPA coverage by the conversion factors shown
below.
Other Spacing
Conversion Factor
20
2
24
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
1.67 1.43 1.33 1.25 1.18 1.11 1.05 1.00
Figure A
tips spaced 40” apart
40”
Nozzle Spacing
6” to 7”
Flat Uniform Sprayer Pattern
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42
.95
44
.91
1/2” TEEJET DRIP FREE NOZZLEs
6
2
4
1
2
5
3
1/2” TEEJET DRIP FREE NOZZLE Parts List
REF.
NO. PART NO.
1.
09310
-
09311 2.
07785
3.
07787
4. 21953VI
5.
-----
6. 21950 10PP
conventional nozzles
and boom clamPS
DESCRIPTION
1/2” Single End Nozzle Assembly(Inc’d #6)
1/2” Single Tee Nozzle Assembly(Inc’d #6)
1-1/4” Square Boom Clamp (Includes Bolt)
Flat Fan Cap (Includes EPDM Gasket)
Diaphram (Viton)
Tip (Specify Tip Size) (Not Included)
End Cap Assembly
11
1
Please order replacement parts by PART NO. and DESCRIPTION.
3
3
12
2
13
*
14
1-1/4” BOOM CLAMP Parts List
REF.
NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
-B11 114
1.
00068 2.
00062 3. 00337-95 1-1/4” Boom Clamp Assembly
1/4”-20UNC x 3/4” Hex Hd. Bolt
1/2-20UNC Hex Nut
1-1/4” Boom Clamp
1/2” NOZZLE Parts List
REF.
NO. PART NO.
11.
12.
13.
*
14.
NTT12 NTL12 B12 ---
8027 DESCRIPTION
1/2” Nozzle Tee
1/2” Nozzle elbow
Nut
Tip (specify tip size) (not included)
11/16” FPS Cap
Please order replacement parts by PART NO. and DESCRIPTION.
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21’ And 30’ TruSs-t boom
parts breakdown
30
NOTE: Bracket #27 is only used when
conventional nozzles are used.
4
24
18
22
7
21
17
17
4
12
4
26
2
6
5
7
10
8
4
9
7
11
3
5
4
7
27
19
1
32
31
25
18
29
26
26
23
20
28
5
13
12
12 3
14
13
12
15
7
16
ASSEMBLED LINKAGE
25
22
21
19
TRUSS-T BOOM PARTS LIST
REF.
NO.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
PART
NO.QTY.
DESCRIPTION
00183-95
1
3/8” dia. x 6-3/4” lg. Removable Pin
02687-76 1
Boom Storage Bracket
00182 3
1/8” Small Hair Pin
00909 8
5/16”-18 UNC x 1-1/4” Square U-Bolt
02802 16 5/16”-18 UNC Nylon Insert Locknut
02680-76 1
Center Section (Truss-T)
02592 12 3/8”-16 UNC Nylon Insert Locknut
00357 2
3/8”-16 UNC x 4-1/2” Tension Bolt
00180-30 2
Break-Away Spring
-
10.
11.
12.
13.
5098-76 02679-76 00168 00009 02681-76 2
1
1
2
1
21’ Boom Wing with Hinge
Boom Wing Hinge
1/2” dia. x 8-3/4” lg. Hinge Pin
1/8” x 1” Cotter Pin
Boom Wing (Truss-T)
12.
14.
15.
16.
-
00009 00863
00199-95 02682-76
02751-76 4
2
2
2
2
1/8” x 1” Cotter Pin
3/8” dia. x 3-1/2” lg. Hinge Pin
3/8” dia. x 4-1/2” lg. Removable Pin
Boom Wing Extension (28 ft.)
Boom Wing Extension (30 ft.)
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
00059 00523 02686-76 00914 02683-76 02684-76
02178 00085 02685-76
02678-95
04295-95 00004 00907
04822
00214
02772
4
4
2
6
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
8
4
8
16
16
3/8” Flatwasher
3/8”-16 UNC x 1-1/4” Hex Head Bolt
Linkage Mount
3/8”-16 UNC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
Long Knee Action Linkage
Short Linkage
1/2”-13 UNC Nylon Insert Locknut
1/2” Flatwasher
Linkage Pivot Arm
Boom Mounting Plate
Nozzle Extension Plate
5/16” Flatwasher
3/8” -16 UNC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
1/4”-18 UNC x 1” Square U-Bolt (not included)
1/4” Flatwasher (not included)
1/4”-18 UNC Nylon Insert Locknut (not included)
Please order replacement parts by PART NO. and DESCRIPTION.
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5
27
40’ TRUSS-T BOOM
PARTS BREAKDOWN
26
5
27
5
4
4
27
1
5
26
4
27
2
4
6
24
25
18
7
18
30
17
19
12
21
10
11
7
13
5
23
4
12
8
29
7
4
7
22
20
3
30
9
28
13
12
3
14
12
15
16
REF.
NO.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
40’ TRUSS-T BOOM PARTS LIST
PART
NO.QTY.
DESCRIPTION
00183-95 1
3/8” dia. x 6-3/4” lg. Removable Pin
02687-76 1
Boom Storage Bracket
00182 3
1/8” Small Hair Pin
05678
6
5/16”-18 UNC x 1 1/2” Square U-Bolt
02802 12 5/16”-18 UNC Nylon Insert Locknut
09122-76
1
Center Section (Truss-T)
02592 10 3/8”-16 UNC Nylon Insert Locknut
00357 4
3/8”-16 UNC x 4-1/2” Tension Bolt
00180-30 4
Break-Away Spring
02679-76 2
Boom Wing Hinge
00168 2
1/2” dia. x 8-3/4” lg. Hinge Pin
00009 10 1/8” x 1” Cotter Pin
5515-76
2
Boom Wing (Truss-T) includes hinge
00863-95 2
3/8” dia. x 3-1/2” lg. Hinge Pin
00199-95 2
3/8” dia. x 4-1/2” lg. Removable Pin
09121-76
2
Boom Wing Extension
00059
00523 02686-76 00914 02683-76 02684-76 02178 01897 02685-76 03275-76
00004 00176-95
00061
00907
4
6
2
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
8
2
2
6
3/8” Flatwasher
3/8”-16 UNC x 1-1/4” Hex Head Bolt
Linkage Mount
3/8”-16 UNC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
Long Knee Action Linkage
Short Linkage
1/2”-13 UNC Nylon Insert Locknut
1/2” -13 UNC x 3 1/2” Hex Head Bolt
Linkage Pivot Arm
Boom Mounting Plate
5/16” Flatwasher
Spring Hook Collar
3/8” - 16 UNC Hex Nut
3/8” -16 UNC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
Please order replacement parts by PART NO. and DESCRIPTION.
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SPRAYER CHECKLIST:
Downtime caused by field breakdowns is costly and time consuming. Many breakdowns can be
eliminated by periodic equipment maintenance. By spending time reviewing this checklist before
seasonal spraying application time and following proper after-season care, you can save time
and money later.
!
Warning: To Prevent Serious Injury Or Death
• Keep hands, feet, and loose clothing away from rotating parts.
• Wear protective clothing recommended by your chemical and fertilizer manufacturer when working with chemicals.
Check Before Going To The Field :
After Season Care:
1. NOZZLES
Check tip for excessive wear by checking for grooves in
or near tip opening. Check nozzle spacing by starting
at center and working outwards. Check boom for proper
height.
NOTE: It is important to wear proper safety equipment
when cleaning the sprayer. See your chemical or
fertilizer package for this information.
2. HOSES
Check all hoses for worn or soft spots. Be sure all hose
clamps are tightened and hoses are not kinked or pinched.
Check for leakage in any lines.
3. TANK
Remove and clean agitator orifices. Check orifices for
excessive wear by checking for grooves in or near orifice
opening. Inspect fitting and grommets to insure they are
in good condition.
4. CONTROLS
Check for leakage, plugging, or wear on all valves, fittings, etc. Clean off any build up of foreign material.
5. PUMP
Check to be sure pump turns freely.
1. After spraying chemicals, run water mixed with cleaners
through tank, pump and all hose hookups. If wettable
powder dries out in the system, it is very difficult to
put back into suspension and can cause malfunction,
damage or injury.
2. When cleaned, tank should have all openings closed
or covered to keep dirt from entering.
3. Pump should be flushed with soluble oil and pump ports
plugged to keep out moisture and air.
4. Disassemble tips and rinse with water or cleaning
solution. (Appropriate for chemical sprayed).
5. Clean tip opening with a wooden toothpick. Never use
wire or hard object that could distort opening.
6. Dispose of all unused chemicals or solutions in a proper
and ecologically sound manner.
6. FRAME
Be sure all bolts are tightened.
7. Water rinse and dry tips before storing.
7. REPLACEMENT PARTS
Replace all worn or damaged parts.
NOTE: Demcodoes not and will not make any recommendations concerning application of various chemicals
or solutions. These recommendations relate to
either amount or procedure of materials applied. If
you have any questions regarding application of
certain chemicals or solutions, contact your chemical supplier and follow chemical manufacturer
recommendations.
8. To prevent damage due to freezing temperatures, be
sure to drain all strainer bowls. Furthermore, run RV Anti
Freeze through the entire plumbing system to protect
valves and other components.
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PH: (712) 725-2311
FAX: (712) 725-2380
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www.demco-products.com
Go online to www.demco-products.com for Demco
warranty policies & product registration.
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