The B&G Portable Aerosol System ("PAS") is a dependable, quality piece of equipment from a trusted pesticide industry leader. With a few variations available to choose from to best suit your needs, the B&G PAS offers variety at a cost-effective price that we and our customers love. B&G offers a Regular and Professional model with the difference being an exhaust fan in the Professional version when heavy use is anticipated. Wand size is another variance to choose from the 9-inch wand fits neatly into the box and the 18-inch conveniently clips to the top of the unit. At QSpray.com we strongly support and recommend the B&G Portable Aerosol System.
Andrew Greess: Hi, I'm Andrew Greess with Quality Equipment & Spray. Today, I'm going to talk about the B&G Portable Aerosol System, or PAS.
First thing to talk about is there are four different versions, or models, of this unit.
The first distinction is the length of the wand. This is a 9‑inch wand. There's a 9‑inch wand and an 18‑inch wand. The 9‑inch wand fits inside the box. The longer wand actually clips on the top of the storage box. That is the primary difference in the length of the wand.
The next difference is there's a regular model and the professional model. The regular model's for light use. The professional model's for heavy duty professional use. The difference is the professional model has the exhaust fan. If you're a professional and you're going to be using this thing quite a bit, we strongly recommend the professional model. In that case, really then the only difference is you've got to decide which size spray wand you want.
This is a B&G unit. As you know, B&G is a great industry member in the pest control industry. This is a terrific unit. It comes in this handy lockable, indestructible box. Inside is the one‑gallon spray can and the compressor.
A couple of thoughts on the B&G PAS, first of all, it's a very cost‑effective unit. It's one of the things we like about it. It's pretty much half the cost of an Actisol machine. That's one of the things our customers really like about it.
One of the things I would caution you about is this adjustment. There's an adjustment on the air line of the spray wand. Some people use this to adjust the air pressure, which can adjust the distance it sprays, or the size of the droplet, and that's a really bad idea. We strongly recommend you use this either in the completely off position or the completely on position.
If you use it partway, where you're not using all the air pressure, then it's possible for liquid to seep back in the air line and get into the compressor and cause damage. That is not a warranty situation. B&G will not warranty the compressor if you damage it in that way. That is the one drawback.
Again, really important, all the way off or all the way on, on the air, but it's a terrific unit. We strongly support and recommend the B&G Portable Aerosol Unit.
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