Spray Equipment - It's Cheaper to Prevent Problems
Posted by Andrew Greess on Dec 6, 2010
Many of the problems we see with pest control sprayers and weed control spray rigs are avoidable. Company owners and managers should train spray technicians to examine spray equipment to identify and prevent equipment problems before they impact customers and budgets.
This photo shows a worn belt that should be replaced BEFORE it fails in the field, costing the company money. In this instance, the technician was on the ball and prevented a problem from occurring.
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