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This Power Spray Rig was abuse and misused. The lack of training by the technician destroyed this weed control spray rig. A little training & attention will save your company money and extend the life of your pest control sprayer.
Watch this short video about one company's power sprayer.
Some key points:
1. Don't let your technicians operate your power spray rigs until they have been properly trained
2. Company owners and supervisors need to periodically inspect their pest control power spray rigs.
3. Just because you trained your technician 5 years ago on how to properly operate your landscape power sprayer, doesn't mean he is still doing what you want him to do. Retraining is required.
4. Don't ignore preventive maintenance on your power sprayers or other pest control & landscape equipment.
Many thanks to our client, Keith Joy of Lakeside Ohio for this great testimonial about Qspray Power Spray Rigs. Qspray built Keith a 225-Gallon Component Mount Power Spray Trailer earlier this year and were thrilled to get his email: Hello Andrew, Thanks so much for your help in helping me select and assemble a high quality pest control spray [...]
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