SP150 SPRAYER

SP150 SPRAYER
SHINDAIWA OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL
SP150 SPRAYER
WARNING!
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Minimize the risk of injury to yourself and others! Read this manual
and familiarize yourself with the
contents. Always wear eye protection, gloves and a respirator when
operating this unit.
Shindaiwa Inc.
11975 S.W. Herman Road
Tualatin, Oregon 97062
Telephone: 503 692-3070
Fax:
503 692-6696
www.shindaiwa.com
2004 Shindaiwa, Inc.
Part Number 80898 Revision 5/04
Shindaiwa is a registered trademark
of Shindaiwa, Inc.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Printed in Brazil
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Part Number 80898 Rev. 5/04
NOTES
Introduction
This manual contains information for the proper assembly,
operation and care of your SP150 sprayer. Carefully read and
follow the instructions contained in this manual before operating
your sprayer.
Prepare to Assemble
Unpack the following items shipped in your sprayer box:
■ Wand
■ Tank Assembly
■ Owner’s/Operator’s Manual
Assembling the Spray Wand
Trigger
Valve
Wand
Wand
Pump Handle
Pressure
Relief Valve
Cylinder
Cap
Screw Cap
Trigger
Valve
Push the wand into the trigger valve and secure with screw
cap. Hand tighten to prevent leakage.
CAUTION!
Lid
Tank
Carry
Strap
Nozzle
Specifications
Net Weight ....................................................... 3.6 pounds (1.65 kg)
Do not overtighten!
IMPORTANT!
After assembling the sprayer, fill the tank with clear water, and
lay it on its side. Check for leaks. Return sprayer to its upright
position. Pump the sprayer 10-40 times or until the pressure
relief valve is released and check for leaks. Most leaks can be
stopped by tightening the appropriate connection or fitting. Any
leaks must be stopped prior to filling the sprayer with chemicals.
Tank Capacity ........................................... 1.3 U.S. gallons (5 liters)
Tank Material ............................................................... Polyethylene
Fill Opening Diameter ...................................... 1.8 inches (45 mm)
Pump Type/Material ..................................... Piston/Polyethylene
Operating Pressure ...........................10-45 psi (0.7-3.15 kg/sq.cm)
WARNING!
Always relieve pressure from the sprayer tank by pulling the
pressure relief valve before removing the tank lid.
Wand Assembly Length ............................ 27.5 inches (698.5 mm)
Hose Length ................................................... 59 inches (1500 mm)
Nozzle Installed .............................................. Red Adjustable Cone
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Safety Precautions
Carefully read the labels on chemical containers prior to use. Chemicals are classified in four
categories of toxicity:
■ Category I, High Toxicity, Red label
■ Category II, Moderate Toxicity, Yellow label
■ Category III, Low Toxicity, Blue label
■ Category IV, Light Toxicity, Green label
There are unique handling recommendations
for each category, and you should familiarize
yourself with them.
Always wear clothing and safety equipment that
will provide appropriate protection against the
materials you are handling. Equipment may
include, but not be limited to:
■ Long sleeve shirt
Calibrating the Sprayer
(Requires optional flow calibrator bottle, P/N 646901)
1. Hold the wand
at the working
height and spray
a test pattern to
measure the application band width.
2. Based on the band
width, identify from the
table below the walking
distance required to calibrate
the sprayer.
Band width
1.6 ft
0.5m
2.3 ft
0.7m
3.3 ft
1.0m
4.0 ft
1.2m
5.0 ft
1.5m
Distance to walk
165 ft
50.0m
120 ft
35.7m
80 ft
25.0m
70 ft
20.8m
55 ft
■ Impermeable apron or coverall
■ Impermeable gloves and boots
■ Wide-brim hat
■ Protective mask equipped with
appropriate filters
Do not eat, drink, or smoke while handling
chemicals or while you are spraying. Always
handle chemicals in a well ventilated area while
wearing appropriate protective clothing and
safety equipment. DO NOT STORE OR TRANSPORT CHEMICALS WITH FOOD OR MEDICINES, AND NEVER REUSE A CHEMICAL
CONTAINER FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE.
Keep chemicals out of the reach of children,
animals, or other unauthorized people. When
not in use, store chemicals in a safe place. Never
blow through nozzles, valve, pipes or any other
component by mouth!
AIR
WATER
EARTH
When handling chemicals and when spraying,
make sure you are operating in accordance with
local, state, and federal environmental protection
rules and guidelines. Do not spray in very hot
or windy conditions. DO NOT POLLUTE THE
ENVIRONMENT!
Illustrated Parts List (SP150)
3. Attach the flow calibrator bottle to the wand:
a. Remove the nozzle, cap and
filter from the spray wand.
Wand
b. Mount the flow calibrator
cover to the spray wand.
Cover
c. Reinstall the nozzle, filter
and nozzle cap.
Filter
Nozzle
d. Screw the flow calibrator
bottle into the cover.
Nozzle
Cap
4. Using the flow calibrator bottle:
Calibrator
Bottle
a. Operate the pump handle to
maintain spray system pressure as you would when
applying chemicals.
b. Hold the wand at your normal working position and spray
into the bottle while walking the distance identified in step 2
above.
c. Place the bottle on a level surface and observe the liquid
level visible through the side of the bottle. Match the liquid
level to the l/acre (liter per acre) scale on the calibration
bottle.
No.
Description
Part Number
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
35
36
37
38
Strap Assembly
Strap 1800mm
Shoulder Protector SP-150
Shoulder Strap Buckle
Tank Lid Assembly
O-Ring, Tank Lid
Diaphragm Valve (viton)
Cylinder Assembly
Piston Cup
Bushing
Cylinder Cap
Pumping Handle
Pumping Handle Assembly
O-ring ORI-110
Dip Tube With Hose
Screw Cap S-20
Trigger
Trigger Valve Handle
Hose Ferrule
Trigger Valve Body
Trigger Valve Needle Assembly
Trigger Valve Cap With Seal
Trigger Valve Assembly
Cone Packing
Screw Cap
Tube
Elbow
Nozzle Filter
Ajustable Cone Nozzle (Red)
Extension Assembly
Spray Wand Assembly
Seal Kit (Optional)
925198
901018
917477
502757
922550
8000778
964270
285262
285270
285288
285296
N/A
285312
8000236
9012246
942193
568972
909192
920470
909283
105239
996058
568782
909309
915744
336263
635276
592139
015024
568873
568774
927850
Qty.
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1
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2
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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d. Multiply the l/acre (liter per acre) reading identified in
step 4-c by .264 to determine your application coverage rate
in gallons per acre.
e. Empty the bottle contents back into the sprayer tank.
NOTE:
After spray application, take a thoroughly cleansing shower using plenty of water and soap, then
change into clean clothes. Protective clothing
and safety gear should also be cleaned after each
use. IN CASE OF EXPOSURE TO DANGEROUS CHEMICALS, seek a physician immediately and be prepared to provide the label from
the chemical container.
For improved accuracy in calibrating your application coverage,
repeat steps 4-a through 4-e and average the results.
Typical Nozzle Assemblies
Filter
Filter
Tip
Swirl Core
Tip
Disc
Cap
Flat Fan Nozzle
2
Cap
Cone Nozzle
The spraying angle is
changed by turning
the tip
Adjustable Cone
Nozzle
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Illustrated Parts List (SP150)
Optional Accessories
Part Number Description
761882 Spray hood is used for nonselective herbicides when spraying under
windy conditions. Comes with Kematal
110-DEF-06 deflector fan nozzle and parts
to assemble spray hood to your existing
Shindaiwa spray wand.
902296 Brass spray boom (27.5”) for
use with agrochemicals and foliar fertilizers applied to row crops. Provides 40”
coverage. JD-12P cone nozzles and 40 mesh
stainless steel filter included.
907873 Flexible annealed copper boom
fitted with three JD-12P cone nozzles. For
use with agrochemicals and foliar fertilizers on row crops. Can be easily shaped as
appropriate to provide proper coverage. 40
mesh stainless steel filter included.
831107 Brass extension (11.8”) complete
with plastic fittings for extra reach. Attachable to original wand .
728139 Brass extension (23.6”) complete
with plastic fittings for extra reach. Attachable to original wand .
100016 Brass extension (6.3”) complete
with two JD-12P cone nozzles for doubling
output of agrochemicals and foliar fertilizers on perennials. 40 mesh stainless steel
filter included.
Part Number Description
838052 Constant pressure valve reduces
pumping action, reduces drift and delivers
uniform spraying. Improves productivity and
saves chemicals.
565648 Plastic anti-drip valve for agrochemicals and foliar fertilizer application.
Attaches to wand and is compatible with any
type of cone or flat fan nozzle.
568774 Spray wand assembly (21.6”)
Plastic handle, trigger valve and spray tube.
40 mesh stainless steel nozzle and trigger
valve filters included. Fitted with adjustable
cone nozzle.
725267 All brass spray wand assembly
(21.6”) for extra duty applications. Trigger
valve and spray tube are brass. 40 mesh
stainless steel nozzle and trigger valve filters
included. Fitted with JD-12P cone nozzle.
229724 Nozzle cap for attaching flat fan
and cone type nozzles.
646901 Flow calibrator bottle. For accurate calibration of backpack sprayers to
prevent waste and damage to the environment.
336115 Brass Y nozzle for use on plants
requiring heavy applications of fungicides.
Complete with two JD-12P cone nozzles,
40 mesh stainless steel filter and plastic
fittings.
AVAILABLE SPRAY NOZZLES
Nozzle Type
Flat Fan
Cone
Flat Fan
Low Drift
Cone
Flat fan
Deflector
Adjustable
Cone
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Application
Part Number
Pressure
Flow Rate
45 (3.2)
0.16 (610)
45 (3.2)
0.21 (810)
psi (kg/sq.cm) gal (ml)/min
437756
110-SF-015 Kematal green, 0.16 gpm @ 45 psi
437764
110-SF-02 Kematal yellow, 0.21 gpm @ 45 psi
437772
110-SF-03 Kematal blue, 0.33 gpm @ 45 psi
45 (3.2)
0.33 (1250)
717942
JD-10A Stainless steel
45 (3.2)
0.08 (300)
217174
JD-12P Stainless steel
437855
110-LD-03 Kemetal blue, 0.33 gpm @ 45 psi
45 (3.2)
0.16 (615)
45 (3.2)
0.16 (615)
457317
HC-02 Kematal yellow
45 (3.2)
0.22 (830)
457325
HC-04 Kematal red
45 (3.2)
0.44 (1680)
457333
HC-05 Kematal brown
15 (1.0)
0.54 (2060)
457390
DEF-04 Kematal red
15 (1.0)
0.25 (950)
457408
DEF-05 Kematal brown
15 (1.0)
0.32 (1200)
457416
DEF-06 Kematal gray
45 (3.2)
0.41 (1540)
323725
Yellow
0.08 gpm @ 45 psi.
45 (3.2)
0.08 (315)
015024
Red
0.17 gpm @ 45 psi.
45 (3.2)
0.17 (640)
325787
Blue
0.18 gpm @ 45 psi.
Note: All Shindaiwa sprayers come with the red adjustable
cone nozzle P/N 015024 installed as standard equipment.
Herbicides
Agrochemicals
and foliar
fertilizers
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Shindaiwa Limited Warranty
Maintenance
Cleaning the Sprayer
Pump Disassembly
1. Unscrew the cylinder cap and remove
the pump chamber piston assembly
from the tank.
WARNING!
Always relieve pressure from the sprayer tank by pulling the
pressure relief valve before removing the tank lid.
After finishing the spray application, empty the sprayer and
wash all equipment in an approved decontamination area.
2. Pull the pump piston out of the pump
chamber.
3. Remove the piston cup from the pump
piston.
4. Remove the diaphragm valve from the
pump chamber.
5. Clean all parts and carefully inspect for
worn or damaged parts and replace as
necessary.
Shindaiwa Inc. manufactures its products to superior standards
of quality to ensure customers obtain the highest level of satisfaction. In keeping with this goal, Shindaiwa Inc. warrants the
SP150 sprayer to the original purchaser as follows:
Cylinder
Cap
Piston
Guides
Piston
Piston
Cup
Pump
Cylinder
6. Reassemble in the reverse order.
NOTE:
Lubricating all moving parts with a high
quality lithium grease will ease assembly
and prolong the life of the unit.
WARNING!
Remove all chemicals and wash before storing the sprayer.
Chemical products have different reactions and can cause
damage to the sprayer components and the environment.
Unidentified chemicals left in the sprayer tank can pose
a serious health threat to anyone servicing the unit and
unaware of its presence!
Lubricate
with a
light- weight
machine oil.
OIL
Diaphragm
Valve
90 days for rental applications.
Warranty Administration
Within the covered warranty period, Shindaiwa Inc. will, at
their option, repair or replace any defect in material or workmanship, without charge for parts or labor, if this product is
presented at an authorized Shindaiwa dealer.
Shindaiwa Inc. assumes no responsibility for damages, loss, or
injury resulting from:
■ Normal wear and tear
O-Ring
■ Misuse or neglect
■ Modifications to or removal of original component parts
CAUSE
REMEDY
Lack of sprayer
pressure and/or
leakage at the
cylinder.
Worn or damaged
diaphragm valve
and piston cup.
Replace the diaphragm valve and
piston cup.
After pumping and
pressurizing the
tank, the pump
handle rises slowly
when released prior
to being locked in
place.
Diaphragm valve
not sealing properly due to wear or
impurities.
Clean or replace the
diaphragm valve.
Sprayer will not
hold pressure.
Hose seal, cap seal
or pump chamber
o-ring damaged.
Replace seals as
necessary.
Presure relief valve
inopperative.
Replace tank lid.
Tank lid difficult to
remove.
OIL
One year from the delivery date to the original purchaser for
consumer and commercial applications.
Warranty Exclusions and Limitations
Troubleshooting
SYMPTOM
Warranty Period
The warranty is limited to the terms stated herein. Shindaiwa
Inc. disclaims all liability for incidental or consequential damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or
consequential damages, so these limitations may not apply to
you.
This warranty give you specific legal rights, and you may also
have other rights which may vary from state to state.
Shindaiwa reserves the right to change the design or specifications of this product without obligation to modify previously
manufactured products.
Owner’s Responsibilities
The owner of the sprayer must demonstrate reasonable care
in the use, maintenance, and storage of this Shindaiwa product.
If a warrantable failure should occur, the owner must deliver the
product to an authorized Shindaiwa servicing dealer for correction. All residual chemicals must be flushed from the sprayer
prior to delivery.
Unidentified chemicals left in the sprayer tank can pose
a serious health threat to anyone servicing the unit and
unaware of its presence!
To obtain warranty service, proof of purchase must be presented to the authorized Shindaiwa servicing dealer when the
product is presented for repairs.
Proof of purchase must include date of purchase and the
name and address of the selling dealer.
OIL
Periodically lubricate the pump handle, bushings and tank lid
pressure relief valve with a light-weight machine oil.
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