Owner`s Manual
M783010D
MODEL NUMBER:
K16000, K16001, K16002
Owner’s Manual
Instructions for Assembly, Testing, Operation, Servicing, and Storage
Kincrome Sprayers:
For outdoor use with agricultural pesticides and other liquids**
WARNING
READ and UNDERSTAND the Owner’s Manual completely before using this sprayer.
Assemble, test, and use only in accordance with the Owner’s Manual instructions.
READ and FOLLOW chemical label instructions. Pesticides are hazardous chemicals.
KNOW emergency procedures BEFORE handling chemicals. Sprayer leaks, bodily
chemical contact, poisoning, and spills require immediate response.
AVOID inhaling, ingesting, or coming into contact with any chemicals.
WEAR personal protective gear when filling, using, cleaning, and servicing the
sprayer.
KEEP sprayer and spray materials away from children and pets. Pesticides are
especially toxic to them.
EXERCISE CAUTION in vehicle handling when towing/hauling a filled sprayer to avoid
loss of control or sprayer overturning.
DO NOT TURN ON POWER to sprayer until ready to spray in order to avoid unintentional
spray release.
Improper use of the sprayer or handling of chemicals could result in serious injury or
illness to the operator or nearby persons/animals, or could cause damage to the
environment.
** This sprayer is recommended for use in spraying non-flammable liquids such as pesticides,
water for plants/trees or dust control, ice control chemicals, or water-based non-flammable sealants
or stains for outdoor wood surfaces. However, WE RECOMMEND THAT THE SPRAYER NOT
BE USED FOR OTHER PURPOSES ONCE IT HAS BEEN USED FOR SPRAYING
PESTICIDES. Any chemical will leave some residual in the tank liner or sprayer components,
even after the sprayer has been properly cleaned. These residual chemicals can have unexpected
effects on future uses. For example, spraying water or other liquids that are contaminated with
residual pesticide may result in unforeseen hazards to plant or animal life.
Any Questions, Comments or Parts Orders
Call Kincrome Tools + Equipment 1300 657 528
Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
Intended Use ........................................................................................................................... 4
Summary of Important Safety Information .......................................................................... 5
During Assembly
During Use
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General Chemical Safety
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Chemical Application Safety
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ATV Vehicle Handling Safety
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Chemical Accident Procedures
Warning Label Location ......................................................................................................... 8
Component Inventory
Unpacking........................................................................................................................... 9
Unpacking the Manual Bag............................................................................................... 10
Assembly
Step One: Attach lance clips to tank ................................................................................. 11
Step Two: Attach drain cap to tank ................................................................................... 11
Step Three: Attach gun hose to pump ............................................................................... 12
Step Four: Attach hose guide to tank ................................................................................ 12
Step Five: Attach gun hose to spray gun ........................................................................... 13
Step Six: Unpack and inspect parts from K16001 and K16002 kit bag............................. 14
Step Seven: Attach broadcast bracket to tank.................................................................... 14
Step Eight: Finish broadcast kit assembly......................................................................... 15
Step Nine: Attach sprayer to vehicle ................................................................................. 15
Step Ten: Connect remote switch to vehicle battery ......................................................... 16
Step Eleven: Check and test completed assembly ............................................................. 17
Machine Components ............................................................................................................ 18
Operation
Important Safety Information - Operation ................................................................... 20
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General Chemical Safety
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Chemical Application Safety
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ATV Vehicle Handling Safety
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Chemical Accident Procedures
Preparing the Sprayer for Each Use.............................................................................. 24
Using the Sprayer
Step One: Assess wind conditions and clear work area .............................................. 25
Step Two: Fill the sprayer .......................................................................................... 25
Step Three: Operate the sprayer
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Step 3.1: Model K16000 .................................................................................... 27
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Step 3.2 Models K16001, K16002 ..................................................................... 28
Step Four: Clean sprayer and decontaminate after use ............................................... 33
Storage.................................................................................................................................... 34
Preparing for storage
Removing from storage
Troubleshooting ..................................................................................................................... 35
Specifications.......................................................................................................................... 36
Parts Breakdown – Exploded View ...................................................................................... 37
Appendix A: Broadcast Spray Calibration Tables.............................................................. 38
Limited Warranty.................................................................................................................. 39
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Intended Use
The sprayer is intended for use in spraying agricultural pesticides and other non-flammable liquids.
SPRAYING PESTICIDES:
Pesticides are hazardous chemicals that must be handled with caution as directed
throughout this manual and on the pesticide label.
The sprayer is intended for use in spraying pesticides in liquid form only. The sprayer is NOT
intended for use in spraying pesticides in dry or aerosolized form, or for use with fumigants..
Sprayers K16001 and K16002 come equipped with a spot spray gun and a tank-mounted broadcast
spraying system. Use the spot spray gun if you desire to apply pesticide only on selected plants.
Use the broadcast spraying system if you wish to spray large ground areas.
SPRAYING OTHER LIQUIDS:
In addition to spraying pesticides, this sprayer may be used to spray other non-flammable liquids.
Example uses include: watering plants/trees or spraying water for dust control, applying ice control
chemicals, or applying water-based, non-flammable sealant or stain to outdoor wood surfaces.
However, WE RECOMMEND THAT THE SPRAYER NOT BE USED FOR OTHER
PURPOSES ONCE IT HAS ALREADY BEEN USED FOR SPRAYING PESTICIDES. Any
chemical will leave some residual in the tank liner or sprayer components, even after the sprayer
has been properly cleaned. These residual chemicals can have unexpected effects on future uses.
For example, spraying water or other liquids that are contaminated with residual pesticide may
result in unforeseen hazards to plant or animal life.
Contact Kincrome Tools + Equipment 1300 657 528 for any questions about the appropriate
use of the sprayer and/or optional accessories.
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Summary of Important Safety Information
WARNING
Read and understand this owner’s manual completely before using the sprayer.
Read each chemical label’s instructions before handling the chemical.
Improper use of the sprayer or handling of chemicals could result in serious injury
or illness for the operator or nearby persons/animals, or cause damage to the
environment.
LISTED BELOW is a summary of safety information of particular importance. See
individual sections of this owner’s manual for more details.
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EXERCISE CAUTION when attaching remote switch to battery terminals. Follow
the steps listed in the Assembly section of this manual in exact sequence when
connecting the sprayer’s remote switch battery clamps to the battery terminals. Caution
must be exercised to avoid contact with battery acid and to prevent sparking.
CHECK and TEST completed assembly as directed in this manual. Serious injury
could result from chemical leaks if sprayer is improperly assembled.
DO NOT MODIFY sprayer design.
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General Chemical Safety
READ and FOLLOW each chemical label’s instructions and warnings.
AVOID inhaling, ingesting, or coming into contact with any chemicals.
KNOW applicable licensing and regulatory requirements for the chemical you plan to
use.
KNOW emergency procedures before handling chemicals. Carefully review “Chemical
Accident Procedures” listed below and later in this manual. Also see First Aid instructions on
the chemical label.
WEAR protective clothing, eye protection, and chemical resistant gloves when filling,
using and cleaning the sprayer. Wear additional protective gear, such as facemask or apron, as
recommended on the chemical label.
EXERCISE EXTRA CAUTION around children and pets. Pesticides are especially toxic
to them. Keep sprayer and spray materials away from them at all times.
DO NOT MIX OR POUR chemicals in an enclosed, unventilated area
DO NOT USE flammable or corrosive chemicals in the sprayer.
FLUSH the sprayer before switching chemicals in order to prevent dangerous chemical
interactions.
STORE pesticides in a correctly labeled container and in a secure location.
MONITOR the health of operators frequently exposed to pesticides, as recommended by
the chemical label or local/federal regulations.
Chemical Application Safety
Before Spraying
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INSPECT and PREPARE sprayer before each use as directed in this manual.
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DO NOT TURN ON POWER to sprayer until ready to spray in order to avoid
unintentional spray release.
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MAKE SURE BROADCAST NOZZLE IS ORIENTED to spray straight down before
starting the sprayer. An incorrectly positioned broadcast nozzle may spray chemicals on you
or others.
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Summary of Important Safety Information
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DO NOT SPRAY when wind speed exceeds 6.5 kmh in order to minimize spray drift.
CLEAR work area of people/ pets and POST warning notices to restrict access for the
period recommended on chemical label.
KEEP sprayer and spray materials away from children/pets. Pesticides can be especially
toxic to children and animals.
DO NOT ALLOW anyone younger than 16 to operate sprayer since pesticides are
especially toxic to children.
During Spraying
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DO NOT OVERAPPLY pesticide. Apply at rate recommended by chemical manufacturer.
Excess pesticide can be dangerous to humans/animals, damage desirable plants, and
contaminate soil and water sources.
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DO NOT EAT, DRINK, SMOKE, RUB YOUR EYES, or TOUCH YOUR BARE SKIN
while handling chemicals and spraying.
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NEVER POINT THE SPRAY GUN at people or animals.
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EXERCISE EXTRA CAUTION when spraying near areas accessible to children and
pets.
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CLEAN up spills immediately per instructions on the chemical label.
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TURN OFF vehicle and set brake or block wheels, TURN OFF power to sprayer, and
RELIEVE system pressure before leaving sprayer unattended.
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SEE Troubleshooting section of this manual before attempting any repairs. Wear
personal protective equipment and follow safety instructions.
After Spraying
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CLEAN sprayer immediately after use according to the directions provided in this manual.
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DECONTAMINATE yourself after you are done spraying and have cleaned the sprayer.
Wash all exposed areas of the body with soap and water, and remove and launder clothing.
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DISPOSE OF or STORE remaining chemicals in secure storage with correctly marked
container.
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ATV Vehicle Handling Safety
DO NOT ALLOW drivers younger than 16 to operate ATV with sprayer attached.
EXERCISE SPECIAL CAUTION in ATV vehicle handling and DO NOT exceed 8 kmh.
ATV will be less stable and perform very differently with filled sprayer attached. Exercise
particular caution on sloped or rough surfaces to avoid rollover. Use a vehicle equipped with
rollover protection for use on non-level terrain.
DO NOT RIDE or TRANSPORT cargo on the sprayer.
Chemical accident procedures
Immediate response is necessary in the event of sprayer leaks, bodily chemical contact, poisoning,
or spills. See instructions below:
Sprayer leak
Bodily chemical
contact
If the sprayer develops a leak, immediately stop spraying. Turn off
power to the sprayer and follow directions below, as applicable.
Personal contamination can occur when chemicals splash, spill, or
spray directly onto a person.
1. Immediately follow First Aid instructions on chemical label.
General procedures can include:
a) Eyes – immediately flush with water.
b) Skin – wash all contaminated skin surfaces with soap and
water.
c) Clothing – remove contaminated clothing. Dispose of heavily
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Summary of Important Safety Information
contaminated clothing per chemical label instructions.
2. Seek medical advice if instructed on the label or the victim
experiences symptoms of harmful effects. Bring the chemical label for
reference.
Poisoning by
ingestion or
inhalation
In case of poisoning from ingestion or inhalation:
If the victim has collapsed or is not breathing, call 000. Otherwise:
1. If you are the victim, immediately seek assistance from nearby
personnel because you may become incapacitated.
2. Immediately follow first aid instructions on chemical label.
3. Call a poison control center for further advice.
Chemical spills
Chemical spills must be quickly contained and properly cleaned up.
Refer to the chemical label for any specific clean-up instructions.
General procedures include:
1. Controlling the spill by stopping the source of the spill.
2. Containing the spill so that it does not spread and get into water
sources.
3. Cleaning up the spill immediately.
4. Seeking additional advice from:
- Chemical manufacturer. See chemical label for contact
information.
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Warning Label Location
WARNING
READ and UNDERSTAND the Owner’s Manual completely before using this sprayer. Assemble, test, and
use only in accordance with the Owner’s Manual instructions.
READ and FOLLOW chemical label instructions. Pesticides are hazardous chemicals, which must be
handled carefully.
KNOW emergency procedures BEFORE handling chemicals. Sprayer leaks, bodily chemical contact,
poisoning, and spills require immediate response.
AVOID inhaling, ingesting, or coming into contact with any chemicals.
EXERCISE CAUTION in vehicle handling. Vehicle will be less stable and handle very differently with filled
sprayer attached.
DO NOT TURN ON POWER to sprayer until ready to spray in order to avoid unintentional spray release.
Improper use of the sprayer or handling of chemicals could result in serious injury or illness to the operator or
nearby persons/animals, or could cause damage to the environment.
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Unpacking
Closely inspect all contents in the shipping carton.
Note that some parts are shipped inside the tank.
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If you have damaged components: Contact the freight company that delivered the unit and file a
claim.
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If you have missing components: Contact Kincrome Tools + Equipment 1300 657 528.
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Unpacking the Manual Bag
The following items are found in the K16000 manual bag.
Drain Cap
Lance Clip (2)
Hose Guide
Rubber Washer
Screw (3)
Remote Switch
Hose Clamp (2)
The following items are found in K16001 and K16002 manual bags.
Drain Cap
Hose Guide
Rubber Washer
Lance Clip (2)
Screw (2)
Tie Down Straps (2)
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Hose Clamp (2)
Flange Bolt (1)
Remote Switch
Assembly
Step One: Attach lance clips to tank
Fasten the two lance clips to the sprayer tank with screws.
Step Two: Attach drain cap to tank
1.
2.
Press the rubber washer into the drain cap with your finger.
Thread the drain cap onto the tank.
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Assembly (continued)
Step Three: Attach gun hose to pump
1. Install hose clamp on hose.
i) Slide hose clamp over the end of the hose.
ii) Push the hose onto the hose barb.
iii) Slide the hose clamp over the hose barb.
iv) Tighten the hose clamp.
2. Attach one end of the gun hose to the pump hose barb.
Model # K16001, K16002
Model # K16000
Hose clamp
Gun hose
Step Four: Attach hose guide to tank
1. Route gun hose through hose guide.
2. Attach hose guide to tank with bolt.
Gun hose
Flange bolt
Gun hose
Hose guide
Hose guide
Screw
Model # K16000
Model # K16001, K16002
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Assembly (continued)
Step Five: Attach gun hose to spray gun
1. Install hose clamp on hose.
i) Slide hose clamp over the end of the hose.
ii) Push the hose onto the hose barb.
iii) Slide the hose clamp over the hose barb.
iv) Tighten the hose clamp.
2. Attach the end of the gun hose to the gun hose barb.
Hose barb
Spray gun
Hose clamp
Gun hose
**ATTENTION**
Model K16000 continue with Step 9.
Models K16001 and K16002 continue with Step 6.
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Assembly (continued)
Step Six: Unpack and inspect parts from K16001 and K16002 kit bag
Step Seven: Attach broadcast bracket to tank
Attach broadcast bracket to tank using (2) screws.
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Assembly (continued)
Step Eight: Finish broadcast kit assembly
1.
2.
3.
4.
Push broadcast lance into broadcast bracket. Note orientation.
Install hose barb into open port on pump. Hand tighten, then one turn with a wrench.
Connect 24” hose from pump to broadcast lance using two hose clamps. Follow hose clamp
instructions below.
Thread broadcast nozzle hand tight onto the end of the lance. Note orientation.
Hose clamp installation instructions:
1. Slide hose clamp over the end of the hose
2. Push the hose onto the hose barb
3. Slide the hose clamp over the hose barb
4. Tighten the hose clamp
Step Nine: Attach sprayer to vehicle
NOTE: If your vehicle battery will be inaccessible after the sprayer is attached, proceed to
“Step Ten: Connect remote switch to vehicle battery” prior to performing this step
Secure the sprayer tank to your ATV rack with two tank straps. Note: K16000 sprayer does not
include tank straps.
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Assembly (continued)
Step Ten: Connect remote switch to vehicle battery
WARNING
Batteries are hazardous because they contain caustic acid, can emit explosive gases, and
can cause electric shock.
Caution must be exercised when making connections to a battery to avoid shock and
contact with the acid, and to prevent any sparking that could lead to an explosion.
ALWAYS follow the safety instructions and steps listed below in exact sequence when
connecting the sprayer’s remote switch to the battery terminals.
1. Preparatory safety
Preparatory safety steps:
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2. Connect remote
switch to battery
ALWAYS use eye protection
NEVER smoke or work near sparks or other sources of ignition.
NEVER touch both battery terminals at the same time or with any
non-insulated tools.
If battery acid contacts skin or clothing, flush immediately with
water and neutralize with baking soda.
Connect the sprayer’s remote switch to the vehicle battery using the
following procedure:
a) Disconnect the vehicle battery ground wire.
b) Connect the remote switch’s red battery clamp to the positive (+)
terminal of the battery.
c) Connect the remote switch’s black battery clamp to the negative
(-) terminal of the battery.
d) Reconnect the vehicle battery ground wire.
WARNING: Always connect in this sequence to avoid possible shock.
3. Connect remote
switch to pump
power cord
Connect the remote switch to the pump power cord:
Note: Make sure the power switch is in the OFF position on the remote
switch.
Pump Power
4. Verify connection
Verify a complete connection has been made by checking with a DC
voltmeter, or by briefly turning the remote switch to the ON position and
listening for pump activation.
5. Attach sprayer to
vehicle if haven’t
yet
If you have not yet mounted the sprayer to your vehicle, do so at this
time following the instructions in “Step Nine: Attach Sprayer to
Vehicle”.
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Assembly (continued)
6. Disconnect after use
AFTER EACH USE, disconnect power to the sprayer by disconnecting
the sprayer’s pump cord from the remote switch – the remote switch may
remain connected to the battery.
NOTE: It is important to disconnect power to the sprayer when not in
use for safety reasons. ALWAYS verify that the power has been
disconnected or the remote switch is in the OFF position before adding
chemicals or servicing.
7. To disconnect
permanently
When it is necessary to disconnect the sprayer’s remote switch from the
battery, use the following procedure:
1. Disconnect sprayer’s pump cord from the remote switch.
2. Disconnect the remote switch from the vehicle battery as
follows:
a) Disconnect vehicle battery ground wire.
b) Disconnect the remote switch’s black battery clamp from
the negative(-) terminal of the vehicle battery.
c) Disconnect the remote switch’s red battery clamp from the
positive(+) terminal of the vehicle battery.
d) Reconnect the vehicle battery ground wire.
WARNING: Always disconnect in this sequence to avoid possible shock.
(Remember that on some vehicle models, you may need to remove the
sprayer to access the battery)
Step Eleven: Check and test completed assembly.
WARNING
Check and test completed assembly
Serious injury could result from chemical leaks if sprayer is improperly
assembled or the design of the sprayer is modified.
Follow the steps below to ensure the sprayer is properly assembled. Never
modify the sprayer design.
1. Check assembly
Check assembly to assure the sprayer is properly assembled and in
safe working condition:
a) Check that the gun clip screws are tight, hose clamps are secure,
and tank straps are properly fastened.
b) While it is unlikely that factory-assembled components become
loose, they should also be checked to make sure they are tight.
2. Test with water
Test the system for leaks with water:
a) Fill the tank with water.
b) Connect the remote switch to the pump power cord and turn the
remote switch ON. The pump is an “on demand” pump. When
turned on, the pump will prime itself, then turn off. When the
gun trigger is squeezed, the pump will automatically start.
c) Operate the spray gun by squeezing the gun trigger.
d) Check for leaks throughout the system. If a leak is detected, fix the
leak and re-test the system with water until no leaks are detected.
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Machine Components (Model # K16000)
Hose Wrap. The hose wrap is built into the tank and provides a storage location for the
gun hose
2. Gun Hose. The 4.5m gun hose transfers chemical from the pump to the spray gun.
3. Fill Cap. The fill cap has a vent to allow air to enter the tank as the chemical is
dispensed.
4. Sprayer Pump. The sprayer pump makes the chemical flow to the spray gun and the
nozzle.
5. Suction Tube. The suction tube is the inlet line for the pump. The suction tube has a
suction strainer to prevent debris from entering the pump.
6. Spray Gun. Use the spot spray gun to apply chemical to specific areas. The spray
pattern is adjustable from stream to cone by twisting the spray nozzle (see Operation
Instructions). When the remote switch is in the ON position, the spray gun trigger is the
pump ON/OFF control. Squeeze the trigger and the pump turns on, let go and the pump
turns off.
7. Lance Clips. Use the gun clips to store the spray gun.
8. Sprayer Tank. The sprayer tank holds the chemical.
9. Pump Power Cord. The pump power cord connects the sprayer pump to the remote
switch. It should be disconnected when the sprayer is not in use.
10. Remote Switch. The remote switch connects the battery to the pump power cord and
allows the operator to turn the sprayer pump on and off. The remote switch may be left
connected to the battery when the sprayer is not in use.
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Machine Components (Model # K16001, K16002)
Hose Wrap. The built-in hose wrap provides a storage location for the gun hose on the
tank.
2. Gun Hose. The 4.5m gun hose transfers chemical from the pump to the spray gun.
3. Fill Cap. The fill cap has a vent to allow air to enter the tank as the chemical is
dispensed.
4. Sprayer Pump. The sprayer pump makes the chemical flow to the spray gun and the
nozzle.
5. Suction Tube. The suction tube is the inlet line for the pump. The suction tube has a
suction strainer to prevent debris from entering the pump.
6. Spray Gun. Use the spot spray gun to apply chemical to specific areas. The spray
pattern is adjustable from stream to cone by twisting the spray nozzle (see Operation
Instructions). When the remote switch is in the ON position, the spray gun trigger is the
pump ON/OFF control. Squeeze the trigger and the pump turns on, let go and the pump
turns off.
7. Lance Clips. Use the gun clips to store the spray gun.
8. Broadcast Bracket. The broadcast bracket holds the broadcast lance for broadcast
spraying. The bracket has a storage location for the lance when it is not in use.
9. Sprayer Tank. The sprayer tank holds the chemical.
10. Broadcast Lance. The broadcast lance sprays a wide pattern to broadcast spray
chemical.
11. Pump Power Cord. The pump power cord connects the sprayer pump to the remote
switch. It should be disconnected when the sprayer is not in use.
12. Remote Switch. The remote switch connects the battery to the pump power cord and
allows the operator to turn the sprayer pump on and off. The remote switch may be left
connected to the battery when the sprayer is not in use.
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Operation – Important Safety Information
Now that you have completed and tested your assembly, there is some important safety and health
information you need to know with regard to handling and spraying chemicals, as well as vehicle
handling with the sprayer attached.
WARNING
Carefully read and make sure you understand the following safety information before using the sprayer.
General Chemical Safety:
WARNING
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Pesticides are hazardous chemicals.
Heed the warnings below and follow all instructions carefully.
Improper handling of chemicals can result in serious injury or illness, or cause
damage to the environment.
Chemical label. ALWAYS READ and FOLLOW all chemical label instructions.
Licensing/regulation. Refer to any applicable licensing restrictions or state/federal
regulations with regard to the application of the particular chemical you plan to use.
Emergency procedures. Before handling chemicals, carefully review the “Chemical
Accident Procedures” listed later in this section, as well as the “Statement of Practical
Treatment” on the chemical label.
Inhalation/contact. ALWAYS take precautions to avoid inhaling or coming into contact
with the chemical.
Personal protective equipment. ALWAYS wear protective clothing, eye protection, and
chemical-resistant gloves when filling, using and cleaning the sprayer. Wear additional
protective gear (such as facemask or apron) as recommended on the chemical label.
Children/pets. Pesticides can be especially toxic to children and animals. ALWAYS
exercise extra caution around children. Keep sprayer and all spray materials away from
children and animals.
Ventilation. ALWAYS ensure there is adequate ventilation when mixing, pouring, or
spraying.
Flammables. NEVER use any flammable chemicals in the sprayer.
Corrosives. DO NOT use corrosive chemicals in the sprayer. They can weaken the
sprayer and its parts, resulting in leaks. Check with the chemical manufacturer to ensure
chemical is compatible with all components of the sprayer.
Chemical interaction. ALWAYS flush the sprayer before switching chemicals. Different
chemicals may interact dangerously with each other.
Chemical storage. ALWAYS store pesticides in a properly labeled container and in a
secure location per the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Health monitoring. Monitor the health of operators who are frequently exposed to
pesticides, as recommended by the chemical label or local/federal regulations.
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Operation – Important Safety Information (continued)
Chemical Application Safety:
WARNING
Caution must be used when spraying chemicals to avoid unsafe exposure to humans and the
environment.
Heed the warnings below and follow all instructions carefully.
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Before Spraying
Sprayer prep. ALWAYS inspect and prepare the sprayer before use according to the
directions provided in this manual.
Keep sprayer off. Do not turn on power to the sprayer until ready to spray in order to avoid
unintentional spray release.
Broadcast nozzle down. Make sure broadcast nozzle is oriented to spray straight down
before starting the sprayer. An incorrectly positioned broadcast nozzle may spray chemicals
on you or others
Wind speed. NEVER spray when wind speed exceeds 6.5 kmh in order to minimize spray
drift.
Clear area/post. ALWAYS keep the work area clear of people and pets. POST warning
notices to restrict access by the public for the period recommended on chemical label.
Operator age. You must be 16 years of age or older to operate this sprayer. Pesticides are
especially toxic to children.
During Spraying
Over application. DO NOT over apply pesticide. Apply at a rate recommended by chemical
manufacturer. Excess pesticide can be dangerous to humans, damage desirable plants, and
contaminate soil and water sources.
Never point gun. NEVER point the spray gun at people or animals.
Children/pets. ALWAYS exercise extra caution when spraying near areas accessible to
children and pets.
Eating/smoking. DO NOT eat, drink, smoke, rub your eyes, or touch any part of your bare
skin while handling chemicals and spraying.
Heat/flames. DO NOT spray near open flames or sources of heat.
Spills. ALWAYS clean up spills immediately per instructions on the chemical label.
Unattended. ALWAYS turn off vehicle and set brake or block wheels, turn off power to
sprayer, and relieve system pressure before leaving sprayer unattended.
Troubleshooting. ALWAYS refer to the safety instructions in the Troubleshooting Section
before attempting any repairs.
After Spraying
Clean sprayer. ALWAYS clean the sprayer immediately after use according to the
directions provided in this manual.
Decontaminate. ALWAYS decontaminate yourself immediately after you are finished
spraying and handling chemicals. Wash all exposed areas of the body with soap and water
and remove and launder clothing.
Chemical disposal/storage. ALWAYS dispose of or store remaining chemicals properly as
recommended on the chemical label.
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Operation – Important Safety Information (continued)
ATV Vehicle Handling Safety:
WARNING
Serious injury can occur if the ATV on which the sprayer is mounted is driven unsafely.
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Driver age. You must be 16 years of age or older to operate the ATV with the sprayer
attached.
Less stable. Be aware that all vehicle handling will be affected with the filled sprayer
attached. See your ATV’s warning label for the hazards associated with driving:
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Too fast
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On paved surfaces
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On inclines or rough terrain.
These hazards will be increased drastically as a result of the additional weight and location
of the filled sprayer. The center of gravity will be higher and weight distribution different,
causing the ATV to be less stable when braking, turning, and driving. Exercise extra caution
in vehicle handling. Use particular caution on sloped or rough surfaces in order to prevent
rollover. A vehicle equipped with Roll Over Protection System (ROPS) is recommended if
you will be operating on non-level terrain.
Speed limit. DO NOT exceed 8 kmh with sprayer mounted on ATV.
Ride/transport. NEVER ride or transport cargo on the sprayer.
Chemical accident procedures:
WARNING
Before you fill the sprayer, review the following information with regard to handling
accidents.
Chemical spills, sprayer leaks, personal contamination, and poisoning are accident situations
which you may encounter. All require an immediate response – See instructions below.
Sprayer leak
In the event that the sprayer develops a leak while spraying
chemicals, you must immediately stop spraying.
Turn off power to the sprayer and follow the directions below, as
applicable.
Bodily chemical
contact
Personal contamination can occur when chemicals splash, spill, or
spray directly onto a person.
1. Follow the emergency first aid instructions on the chemical label listed
in the “First Aid” or “Statements of Practical Treatment” section.
General procedures include:
a) Eyes – immediately flush with water or follow other directions as
specified on the chemical label.
b) Skin – immediately wash all contaminated skin surfaces with soap
and water, or follow directions as specified on the chemical label.
c) Clothing – remove contaminated clothing immediately. Dispose of
heavily contaminated clothing per the instructions on the
chemical label for safe chemical/container disposal.
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Operation – Important Safety Information (continued)
2. Seek medical advice if instructed on the label, or if the victim
experiences symptoms of harmful effects such as burning, swelling,
nausea, chest pain, difficulty breathing, dizziness or confusion. When
seeking medical advice, be sure to bring the chemical product label.
Poisoning by
ingestion or
inhalation
In case of poisoning from ingestion or inhalation:
Chemical spills
Chemical spills must be quickly contained and properly cleaned up.
Refer to the chemical label for any specific clean-up instructions with
regard to the chemical spilled.
General procedures include:
1. Control the spill by stopping the source of the spill. If the source of
the spill is a container leak, place the leaking container in a larger,
watertight container. Keep unprotected people away from the spill
site.
2. Contain the spill so that it does not spread and get into water sources.
Use a shovel or other tool to make a dike around the spill with soil,
sod, or absorbent material.
3. Clean up the spill immediately -- Absorbent materials like ground
corncobs or pet litter should be spread on the spill area to soak up the
pesticide. The contaminated material should then shoveled into a leak
proof container. Do not flush the spill area with water until you
receive advice as directed below.
4. Seek additional advice from the chemical manufacturer and your
state’s pesticide regulatory agency regarding decontamination of the
spill site:
- Chemical manufacturer. The chemical label provides contact
information for the chemical manufacturer.
IF THE VICTIM HAS COLLAPSED OR IS NOT BREATHING, CALL
000. Otherwise:
1. If you are the victim, immediately seek assistance from nearby
personnel because you may become incapacitated.
2. Follow the emergency first aid instructions on the chemical label in the
“First Aid” or “Statement of Practical Treatment” section.
3. Call a poison control center for further advice.
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Operation – Preparing the Sprayer for Each Use
If the sprayer has been used previously, it must be prepared BEFORE EACH SUBSEQUENT USE.
WARNING
Read instructions below carefully for inspecting and preparing the sprayer.
Damaged or clogged equipment could result in leaks or uncontrolled spray.
Leaks could result in injury to the operator or bystanders from chemical exposure, or
cause damage to the environment.
Important safety rules:

Power off. Make sure all power is OFF before cleaning, inspecting, or servicing the sprayer.

Guards / shields. Make sure all guards and shields are replaced after servicing the sprayer.

Replacement parts. If a part needs replacement, only use parts that meet the manufacturer’s
specifications. Replacement parts that do not meet specifications may result in a safety
hazard or poor operation of the sprayer.
1. Ensure sprayer
attached
2. Ensure tank
empty
3. Clean suction
strainer
Ensure the sprayer is securely attached to the vehicle.
Ensure the sprayer has been thoroughly flushed and drained of all
residual chemical from prior uses.
Clean the suction strainer of any chemical residue.
It is important to clean the suction strainer before each use to ensure it is not
clogged and to prevent residual chemical from contaminating sprayer
contents.
IMPORTANT: The strainer must be accessed by reaching into the tank, so
the tank must be empty to avoid immersing your hand in chemicals.
a)
b)
c)
d)
4. Inspect &
repair
Open fill cap on top of tank
USING RUBBER
GLOVES, reach into the
tank and pull the suction
strainer off the end of the suction
tube. (See figure below.)
Run the suction strainer
under fresh water to
remove debris.
Replace the suction strainer onto the end of the suction tube.
Inspect and test the sprayer thoroughly:
e) Inspect hoses for exposed mesh and holes. Replace all worn or
damaged hoses.
f) Inspect tank and fittings for cracks and leaks. Replace all damaged
fittings with original Kincrome parts.
g) Check to be sure retaining nut on gun nozzle is tight.
h) Check to be sure all other nuts, bolts, and screws are tight.
i)
Check wheels and tires, if equipped. Make sure wheel lugs are tight
and tires are inflated.
j)
Partially fill tank with plain water and spray to test for leaks. Repair as
needed.
IMPORTANT: After any repair work has been done, ALWAYS test for
leaks with water one final time before using.
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Operation – Using the Sprayer
Step One: Assess wind conditions and clear work area.
Before you decide to spray, you must determine whether wind conditions are suitable. You
must also restrict access to the work area to ensure the safety of bystanders.
WARNING
Do not spray if wind speeds are greater than 6.5 kmh or if there are bystanders in the intended spray
area.
1. Assess wind speed
Assess weather conditions to ensure that it is not too windy to spray.
DO NOT SPRAY if wind speeds are greater than 6.5 kmh.
Visible indication of wind speed:
If leaves are in constant motion or there is any branch movement, DO
NOT spray because the wind is too strong.
2. Clear work area
Clear the work area of all bystanders and pets.
Restrict access by the public for the period recommended on chemical
label.
Step Two: Fill the sprayer.
WARNING
ALWAYS wear personal protective equipment as directed on the chemical label when handling
pesticides.
Long pants and sleeves, chemical resistant gloves, and eye protection are strongly recommended.
Additional protective gear may be required depending on the particular pesticide.
Fill the sprayer using the following steps:
1. Review safety
information
2. Choose safe
mixing/
loading area
3. Wear personal
protective
equipment
4. Turn off
sprayer and
vehicle
5. Remove fill
cap
Review the “Operation – Important Safety Information” related to
General Chemical Safety and Chemical Accident Procedures provided in this
manual.
Choose a safe pesticide mixing and loading area.
- Choose an outdoor, well-ventilated area away from unprotected people,
animals, food, and other items that might become contaminated.
Wear personal protective equipment as directed on the chemical label.
- Note that additional equipment may be specified for mixing and loading
activities.
Turn OFF power to the sprayer before filling.
- The vehicle should also be off, with brake set or wheels blocked to prevent
unintended movement.
Remove the fill cap located on top of the sprayer.
Fill cap
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Operation – Using the Sprayer (continued)
6. Ensure tank
flushed
7. Check drain
cap
Ensure tank is flushed of all chemicals from prior uses.
- Chemicals can interact dangerously when mixed, and residue chemicals are
also a health hazard.
Before filling tank, ensure drain cap is securely tightened.
Drain cap
8. Fill tank
Add pesticide to tank through fill cap:
1.
2.
3.
9. Ensure
chemical
mixed
10.Replace fill
cap
Confirm the chemical/water dilution ratios specified on the chemical
label.
Determine chemical and water volumes needed for the planned
application, taking into consideration that maximum tank capacity is 38
litre for item K16000. 60 litre for K16001 and 98 litre for K16002.
Note: Only purchase and mix as much chemical as you need for the
planned application in order to minimize chemical over application
and the need for storing unused chemicals.
Add chemical to the tank through the fill cap.
If the chemical is not pre-mixed, add water and pesticide concentrate in
the order prescribed on the label.
Ensure chemical is thoroughly mixed in tank.
- Stirring device should be made of metal or plastic, non-chemical absorbing
material, and then properly cleaned and stored after use.
Replace fill cap and tighten securely.
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Operation – Using the Sprayer (continued)
**ATTENTION**
Spot Sprayer Models continue with Step 3.1.
Broadcast Sparyer Models continue with Step 3.2.
Step 3.1: Operate the spot sprayer.
WARNING
ALWAYS wear personal protective equipment as directed on the chemical label when spraying.
Long pants and sleeves, chemical-resistant gloves, and eye protection are strongly recommended.
Additional protective gear may be required depending on the particular pesticide.
1. Review safety
information
2. Wear personal
protective
equipment
3. Turn on power
Review the “Operation – Important Safety Information” related to
Chemical Application Safety and ATV Vehicle Handling Safety provided
in this manual.
Wear personal protective equipment as directed on the chemical label.
Turn on the power to the sprayer.
1.
2.
Verify the remote switch is connected to the pump power cord.
Turn the remote switch to the “ON” position.
Note: The pump will start automatically when power is turned on. The
pump will cycle on and off as needed to retain pressure in the hose.
4. Begin agitation
if needed
Some formulations of liquid pesticides do not remain in solution and
should be agitated to maintain a uniform mix.
Contact Kincrome Tools + Equipment 1300 657 528 for any questions
about the appropriate use of the sprayer and/or optional accessories.
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Operation – Using the Sprayer (continued)
5. Squeeze trigger
& adjust
nozzle
To spray, squeeze the gun trigger.
- Twist the spray nozzle to adjust from a straight stream to hollow
cone spray pattern, as recommended on the chemical label for
proper delivery rate.
Note: It is not unusual for the operator to be exposed to chemical drips
while adjusting the nozzle – gloves should be chemical resistant.
Retaining nut
Spray nozzle
6. Leaving
unattended
If the sprayer must be left unattended at any time:
a) Disconnect power to the sprayer.
b) Relieve system pressure by depressing the gun trigger.
c) Turn off the vehicle. Set brake or block the wheels.
7. Discontinue use
if clogged or
inoperative
If the sprayer becomes clogged or inoperative during use, discontinue
use immediately.
- DO NOT attempt to service while chemicals are in the sprayer and power
is connected.
- Return to service area to review instructions for troubleshooting before
attempting to service.
Note: A reserve, clean container capable of holding at least 38 litres – model K16000, 60 litres –
model K16001, 98 litres – model K16002 should be kept for use when the sprayer tank
needs to be emptied temporarily for repairs
Step 3.2: Operate the broadcast sprayer. (Models K16001 and K16002)
WARNING
ALWAYS wear personal protective equipment as directed on the chemical label when spraying.
Long pants and sleeves, chemical-resistant gloves, and eye protection are strongly
recommended. Additional protective gear may be required depending on the particular pesticide.
1. Review safety
information
2. Wear personal
protective
equipment
Review the “Operation – Important Safety Information” related to
Chemical Application Safety and ATV Vehicle Handling Safety provided
in this manual.
Wear personal protective equipment as directed on the chemical label.
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Operation – Using the Sprayer (continued)
3. Close broadcast
valve
Turn the broadcast nozzle to the off position.
OFF position
4. Turn on power
Turn on the power to the sprayer.
1.Verify the remote switch is connected to the pump power cord.
2.Turn the remote switch to the “ON” position.
Note: The pump will start automatically when power is turned on. The
pump will cycle on and off as needed to retain pressure in the hose.
5. Begin agitation
if needed
Some formulations of liquid pesticides do not remain in solution and
should be agitated to maintain a uniform mix.
Contact Kincrome Tools + Equipment 1300 657 528 for any questions
about the appropriate use of the sprayer and/or optional accessories.
6. Squeeze trigger
& adjust
nozzle
To spray, squeeze the gun trigger.
- Twist the spray nozzle to adjust from a straight stream to hollow cone
spray pattern, as recommended on the chemical label for proper delivery
rate.
Note: It is not unusual for the operator to be exposed to chemical drips
while adjusting the nozzle – wear chemical resistant gloves.
Retaining nut
Spray nozzle
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Operation – Using the Sprayer (continued)
7. Operate
broadcast
spraying
system
A. Move broadcast lance into the broadcast position
Ensure power to the pump is off, then lift the broadcast lance out of its
stored position and click the lance into its broadcast position.
Stored position
Broadcast position
B.
Locate broadcast lance valve
Ensure the valve is in the off position.
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Operation – Using the Sprayer (continued)
C. Ensure correct spray pattern
Rotate the broadcast nozzle, if needed, so that the spray pattern is pointed
down evenly distributed.
Note: It is not unusual for the
operator to be exposed to chemical
drips while adjusting the broadcast
nozzle. Wear chemical resistant
gloves.
D. Begin to spray
Turn the power ON, turn broadcast lance valve to the on position.
E. Ensure uniform coverage
To ensure proper coverage, overlap the ends of the spray pattern 300mm.
Use tables in Appendix A to determine what speed to drive your vehicle for
the desired application rate.
IMPORTANT: Make sure broadcast nozzle is oriented to spray straight
down before you start. An incorrectly positioned broadcast nozzle may
spray chemicals on you or others.
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Operation – Using the Sprayer (continued)
NOTE!!
Broadcast lance and spot spray gun can be used simultaneously. Use
the spot spray gun if you desire to apply pesticide only on selected
plants. Use the broadcast nozzle if you wish to spray large ground
areas.
7. Leaving
unattended
If the sprayer must be left unattended at any time:
d) Disconnect power to the sprayer.
e) Relieve system pressure by depressing the gun trigger.
f) Turn off the vehicle. Set brake or block the wheels.
8. Discontinue use
if clogged or
inoperative
If the sprayer becomes clogged or inoperative during use, discontinue
use immediately.
- DO NOT attempt to service while chemicals are in the sprayer and power
is connected.
- Return to service area to review instructions for troubleshooting before
attempting to service.
Note: A reserve, clean container capable of holding at least 38 litre (model K16000), 60 litre (model
K16001), 98 litre (model K16002) should be kept for use when the sprayer tank needs to be
emptied temporarily for repairs.
The container should be properly labeled as to its contents if it is used.
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Operation – Using the Sprayer (continued)
Step Four: Clean sprayer and decontaminate after use.
When done using the sprayer, it is important to clean the sprayer and decontaminate yourself.
Do not store the sprayer with chemicals in the tank, as it is unsafe and could also result in damage
to the equipment.
WARNING
Clean up and decontamination procedures must be followed after each use.
Improper equipment clean up and disposal of chemicals can result in dangerous chemical exposure to
humans and the environment, as well as equipment damage.
Personal decontamination is required after spraying to minimize unsafe exposure to chemicals and
potential illness.
1. Drain tank
2. Unused
chemical
3. Flush sprayer
4. Decontaminate
& launder
If there is excess pesticide left in the tank, drain the tank:
a) Disconnect power to the sprayer and relieve system pressure by
depressing the gun trigger.
b) Find a suitable container in which to drain the unused pesticide. Place
it under the tank drain hole.
c) While wearing rubber gloves, eye protection, and all other required
personal protective equipment, remove the drain cap and allow
pesticide to drain into container.
d) When tank stops draining, replace drain cap. Tighten securely.
Properly store or dispose of unused chemical:
a) If the unused pesticide is to be stored for future use:
Store all unused pesticide in its original, or a suitably marked,
container in a secure location out of the reach of children & animals.
b) If remaining pesticide is to be disposed:
Properly dispose of the remaining chemical and its container per the
chemical manufacturer’s recommendation and according to local
hazardous waste disposal regulations.
Flush the sprayer per the chemical manufacturer’s recommendations.
A general procedure is as follows:
a) Add fresh water to the tank.
b) Reconnect power to the sprayer.
c) Operate the spray gun and discharge all rinse water onto an area that
can accept dilute pesticide application.
d) Add 18 litres of the chemical manufacturer’s recommended cleaning
solution. Operate the spray gun, collecting the discharged solution if
recommended by the manufacturer.
e) After flushing, disconnect power to the sprayer and be sure all system
pressure is relieved by squeezing the gun trigger.
f) Dispose of cleaning solution discharge as recommended by the
manufacturer of the solution.
Decontaminate yourself after you are finished handling chemicals:
a) Remove all clothing worn during spraying and chemical handling.
b) Wash all exposed parts of the body with soap and water.
c) Launder clothing separately from other wash.
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Storage
Prepare the sprayer for end-of-season storage by running antifreeze through the system. This will
keep internal parts lubricated, protect against corrosion, and keep the unit from freezing.
CAUTION
The sprayer will be damaged if it freezes.
Protect the sprayer from freezing during storage by following the instructions below.
Preparing for storage:
1. Add antifreeze
Pour 4 litre of antifreeze into the tank.
2. Spray briefly
Turn on the pump motor and squeeze the gun trigger briefly until fluid
sprays. Store gun in lance clips. If equipped, store broadcast lance in
stored position to prevent damage.
Removing from storage:
1. Drain
Drain the antifreeze left in the tank through the tank drain hole into a
suitable container.
2. Flush with water
Fill the tank with fresh water and run through the system. Operate the
spray gun until the system is completely flushed. Be sure to set up
containers to capture the antifreeze flush water.
3. Disposal
Dispose of the antifreeze and flush water properly.
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Troubleshooting
WARNING
Before troubleshooting or attempting to service, read the following safety rules to avoid
accidental exposure to chemical and also risk of electric shock.
Note: A reserve, clean container capable of holding at least 38 litres (model K16000), 60litres
(model K16001), 98 litres (model K16002) should be kept for use when the sprayer tank needs
to be emptied temporarily for repairs
The container should be properly labeled as to its contents if it is used.
Before attempting to service the sprayer:
1. Personal protective
equipment
2. Review
troubleshooting
table
3. Empty and flush
4. Disconnect
power/relieve
pressure
5. Perform repairs
6. Test after servicing
PROBLEM
Pump will not turn on
Low pressure
Low flow
Poor spray distribution
Pump cycles while not
spraying
Wear personal protective equipment as directed on the chemical
label while servicing your sprayer.
Review the Troubleshooting Table below for the type of problem
you are experiencing. However, DO NOT attempt to repair until
the steps listed below are followed.
If the cause listed for your problem is Clogged intake tube,
Clogged suction strainer, or Worn spray gun nozzle: empty the
tank and flush the sprayer with water as directed in the section,
“Operation – Step Four”.
- In order to avoid accidental exposure to chemicals, never attempt
to unclog the intake tube or suction strainer, or service the spray
gun nozzle, until the tank has been emptied and the sprayer flushed
with water.
Disconnect power to the sprayer and be sure all system pressure
is relieved by squeezing the gun trigger.
Follow the directions provided in the troubleshooting table to
repair the sprayer.
NOTE: Never try to unclog the sprayer nozzle by blowing through it.
After servicing, ALWAYS test the sprayer for leaks with plain
water before using.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Bad electrical connection
Short in wires
Low voltage
Worn spray gun nozzle
Worn boom nozzle
Clogged intake tube
Clogged suction strainer
Low voltage
Clogged intake tube
Suction strainer clogged
Worn spray gun nozzle
Check battery connections
Check condition of wires
Check voltage
Replace spray gun
Replace boom nozzle
Remove obstruction
Clean suction strainer
Check voltage
Remove obstruction
Clean suction strainer
Replace spray gun
Tighten leaking hose clamps or fittings,
replace spray gun
Leak in the system
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Specifications
Electrical System Requirements
Electrical connection…………
Amp draw from pump
Models #
K16001, K16002………….
Model # K16000…………..
Sprayer Specifications
Maximum GPM
Models #
K16001, K16002………….
Model # K16000…………...
Maximum Pressure
Models #
K16001, K16002………….
Model # K16000…………...
12 VDC
7.5 Amps (max)
4.0 Amps (max)
2.2 GPM (8.3 Liters/min.)
1.0 GPM (3.8 Liters/min.)
70 PSI (4.8 Bar)
40 PSI (2.76 Bar)
Tank Maximum Capacity
Models # K16000…………………
Models # K16001……..………..…
Models # K16002………..………..
38 Litres
60 Litres
98 Litres
Overall Dimensions
Models # K16000…………………
Models # K16001……..………..…
Models # K16002………... ………
LxWxH
71.1cm x 30.5cm x 27.9cm
86.4cm x 36.8cm x 52.1cm
86.4cm x 36.8cm x 62.2cm
Dry Weight / Weight full of water
Models # K16000…………………
Models # K16001……..………..…
Models # K16002……..………..…
4 kg./41 kg.
8.3 kg./68.3 kg.
9.9 kg./108 kg.
Broadcast Nozzle Specifications
Spray Width – K16001, K16002
Spray Overlap – K16001, K16002
488 cm
30 cm
Component Materials*
Tank..............………….……
Suction Tube.....……….……
Hose..................……….……
Pump................…………….
Valves.............……………..
Gun and Nozzle..…………..
Polyethylene, EPDM
Polypropylene, PVC, Stainless Steel
PVC
Polypropylene, Viton, Santoprene, Stainless
Steel
PVC, Buna-N
Nylon, Polyacetal, Aluminum
* Before using any chemical, check to ensure the chemical is compatible with all materials in
the system.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make improvements in design and/or changes in
specifications at any time without incurring any obligation to install them on units previously
sold.
Any Questions, Comments or Parts Orders
Call Kincrome Tools + Equipment 1300 657 528
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Exploded View – K16000 / K16001 / K16002 – Rev D
Item
Part#
1
K16000-1
Spray gun
Description
Model
Qty
Item
All
K16000
K16001, K16002
1
2
4
13
14
15
2
K16000-2
Hose clamp
3
K16000-3
Gun hose
All
1
K16000-4
Sprayer pump
K16000
1
K16001-1
Sprayer pump
K16001, K16002
1
K16001-2
K16000-5
K16000-6
Inlet fitting
Remote switch
M5 x 15 mm
K16001, K16002
All
K16000
1
1
4
K16001-3
#10 x 1” Screw
K16001, K16002
4
K16001-4
K16000-7
Outlet fitting
Suction hose
K16001, K16002
K16000
1
1
K16001-5
Suction hose
K16001, K16002
1
K16000-8
K16001-6
K16001-7
Suction tube
Suction tube
Suction tube
K16000
K16000-9
Suction strainer
K16001-8
Suction strainer
K16001-9
Tank straps
K16001, K16002
2
16
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Part#
Description
Model
Qty
Drain cap
Gasket
K16000-11 38 Litre Tank
K16001-10 60 Litre Tank
K16000
K16001
1
1
1
1
K16001-11 98 Litre Tank
K16002
1
K16000-10
All
K16000-12 Lance clip
All
2
17
K16000-13 M5 screw
K16000
2
18
K16001-12 #10-24 x 1/2” Screw
K16000-14 Hose guide
K16001-13 Hose guide
K16001, K16002
K16000
K16001, K16002
4
1
1
19
K16001-13 Hose guide
K16000-13 M5 Screw
K16001, K16002
K16000
1
1
20
21
23
K16001-14
K16000-16
K16001-15
K16001-16
K16001, K16002
All
K16001, K16002
K16001, K16002
1
1
1
1
5/16-18 x 1/2” Bolt
Tank Lid
Broadcast fitting
Broadcast bracket
24
K16001-17 Broadcast lance
K16001, K16002
1
1
25
26
27
K16001-18 Broadcast nozzle
K16001-19 Broadcast hose
K16000-2 Hose clamp
K16001, K16002
K16001, K16002
K16000
1
1
2
K16000
1
27
K16001-20 Hose clamp
K16001, K16002
2
K16001, K16002
1
K16001, K16002
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Appendix A – Broadcast Spray Calibration Tables
Models K16001 & K16002
Below are some guidelines to help you calibrate your broadcast sprayer. This is a very important
step in operating the broadcast sprayer such that too much or too little chemical may be applied.
1.
2.
Using Table 1, find a table that corresponds with the chemical manufacturer’s suggested
application rate (litres per hectare, litres per 100 sq.m or litres per 10 sq.m).
Find the application rate that is closest to the chemical manufacturer’s recommendations.
3.
The speed to drive your ATV is listed below the application rates.
TABLE 1
Litres per Hectare (based on 91cm spraying height and 4m spray pattern)
800
400
267
200
160
133
144
Application Rate
1 KM/H
2 KM/H
3 KM/H
4 KM/H
5 KM/H
6 KM/H
7 KM/H
Speed To Drive
Litres per 100 Sq.m. (based on 91cm spraying height and 4m spray pattern)
8.0
4.0
2.6
2.0
1.6
1.3
1.1
Application Rate
1 KM/H
2 KM/H
3 KM/H
4 KM/H
5 KM/H
6 KM/H
7 KM/H
Speed To Drive
Litres per 10 Sq.m. (based on 91cm spraying height and 4m spray pattern)
.80
.40
.26
.20
.16
.13
.11
Application Rate
1 KM/H
2 KM/H
3 KM/H
4 KM/H
5 KM/H
6 KM/H
7 KM/H
Speed To Drive
4.
Use Table 2 to choose the throttle setting on your ATV.
TABLE 2
Speed
(KM/H)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
5.
Time required in seconds to travel a distance of:
10 m.
50 m.
100 m.
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180
360
18
90
180
12
60
120
9
45
90
7
35
70
6
30
60
5
25
50
The coverage area can be found by dividing tank size by the application rate.
Example: 98 litres divided by 200 litres/hectare = .49 hectare of coverage per tank.
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Limited Warranty
Dear Valued Customer:
The Kincrome Product you just purchased is built with the finest material and
craftsmanship. Use this product properly and enjoy the benefits from its high performance. By
purchasing a Kincrome product, you show a desire for quality and durability.
Like all mechanical equipment this unit requires a due amount of care. Treat this unit like the high
quality piece of machinery it is. Neglect and improper handling may impair its performance.
Please thoroughly read the instructions and understand the operation before using your product.
Limited Warranty
Kincrome shall warranty any piece of equipment manufactured, or parts of equipment
manufactured, to be free from defects in material or workmanship for a period of 1 year from the
date of purchase by user. This warranty applies to the original purchaser of the equipment and is
non transferable. Verification of purchase is the responsibility of the buyer. Parts will be replaced
or repaired at no charge, except when the equipment has failed due to lack of proper maintenance.
Any misuse, abuse, alteration or improper installation or operations will void warranty.
Determining whether a part is to be replaced or repaired is the sole decision of Kincrome.
NOTE: Some services performed by parties other than Kincrome may void warranty.
This warranty covers parts only. It will not provide for replacement of complete products due to
defective parts. Components not manufactured by Kincrome such as engines are guaranteed by
their manufacturer and can be serviced at factory-authorized locations near you. Any costs incurred
due to replacement or repair of items outside of a Kincrome approved facility is the responsibility
of the buyer and not covered under warranty. Kincrome can supply you with the service center
location in your area.
This warranty specifically excludes the following; failure of parts due to damage caused by
accident, fire, flood, windstorm, acts of God, applications not approved by Kincrome in writing,
corrosion caused by chemicals, use of replacement parts which do not conform to manufacturer’s
specifications, and damage caused by vandalism. Additional exclusions: loss of running time,
inconvenience, loss of income, or loss of use, including any implied warranty of merchantability of
fitness for a specific use.
Warranty does not cover items subject to normal wear such as tires, receptacles or any part subject
to direct physical contact by the public. This warranty does not cover any personal injury or
damage to surrounding property caused by failure of any part.
This warranty is in lieu of any other warranty expressed or implied and Kincrome assumes no
other responsibility or liability outside that expressed within this warranty.
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Kincrome Tools + Equipment
3 Lakeview Drive, Caribbean Business Park,
Scoresby, Vic 3179 Australia
www.kincrome.com.au
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