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Aerial Application Agricultural System
Assembly & Installation Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction Parts List Assembly Procedures and Installation Flight & Application Procedures Appendix 1: Hydraulic Schematic Appendix 2: Electrical Schematic Pg. 3 Pg. 7 Pg. 9 Pg. 25 Pg. 27 Pg. 28
This requires that the operator take all precautions to protect ones sight and avoid respiratory and skin exposure and follow all recommendations of the chemical manufacturers Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). Properly installed and operated equipment will provide ample benefits to the owner of the equipment. It is the exclusive responsibility of the operator of the equipment and not of the manufacturer of the equipment to install. The consequences of improperly operated equipment and/or improper use of chemicals are detrimental to both the operator and the environment. 3 . the operator and the environment.INTRODUCTION Note: The use of Aerial Application of Agricultural Chemicals is an area that is very delicate and dangerous if not handled correctly. maintain and operate the system while insuring all safeguards are adhered to.
as well as liquid fertilizer. This allows for more coverage per load. Aerolites and others. taken the system to the next generation with new pump combinations and spray heads designed to be more reliable. herbicides and maturing agents. after years of use in the field. The standard chemical tank of the GT 500 spray system is translucent fiberglass so one can determine exactly how much liquid remains in the tank. Better results are achieved with fewer chemicals. The spray system is unique in that it is designed to produce droplet sizes in a range of 60-250 microns with 95% consistency.8 hectare/min. electric pump that is capable of a flow rate of over 8 gallons/minute (30 liters/min. 12 volt. Ultra-low volume (ULV) systems have successfully been shown to use as little as 1/10. of the liquid volume that is used in conventional crop spraying. or less.4 liters/hectare) of total spray. Standard equipment on the spray system is a high volume. The spray system has been customized to fit the Quicksilver GT 500. the GT 500 spray system will cover 96 acres (39 hectare) per load. These flow rates will enable your spray system equipped aircraft to be used in applying liquid fertilizer and some herbicide and fungicide applications requiring higher volumes. the technology and the results obtained by it leave no question that low and ultra low volume CDA spraying is a viable alternative in today’ s environmentally aware world. Carrying a 24-gallon (91 liter) load. fungicides. air driven by multi-blade propellers.) at 15 psi. plant diseases and weeds. A controlled droplet spectrum of a narrow range is made possible through use of the high-speed rotating grooved and toothed atomizing cup. insecticides. The tank and spray system can be removed in about 30 minutes to operate the aircraft with two seats for recreational flying. This enables the spray system to be used for all areas of pesticides. constant speed. 4 .3 meters).BASIC USE AND DESIGN CRITERIA The Aerial Application Agricultural Spray System is a culmination of more than 20 years of development of Controlled Droplet Application (CDA) technology by such AG companies as Broyhill. The pump system utilizes a remote on/off switch as standard equipment. We have. This size range is the ideal killing range for most insects. the GT 500 spray system will cover an impressive 7 acres/minute (2.) when spraying insecticide at a rate of 1 quart/acre (2. Micronair. With a spray speed of 60 mph (52 knots) and an effective swath width up to 60 feet (18. The GT 500 is equipped with a 24-gallon (91 liter) tank. First used on Quicksilver’ s Ultralight in 1982.
When installing the spray system on the aircraft. or larger. these concrete benefits stand out: *Significant reduction in application cost by utilizing an ultralight/light aircraft. and greater adherence of chemical to the leaves. And. *Notable improvement in coverage and control through consistent application of the best suited droplet size for better penetration of crop canopy. This technology is referred to as CDA. *Aircraft performance is at its best owing to the designed low system weight and the Spray System minimal drag. CDA is a proven way to produce uniform droplet size. 5 . Larger airplanes and helicopters can not operate near that speed because their downwash disrupts the controlled droplet mist application. CONTROLLED DROPLET APPLICATION The spray system's nozzles utilize centrifugal force instead of hydraulic pressure to create spray patterns. This wide variation in droplet size causes inefficient application of the chemical. The chemical and its target determine the proper size droplet. Droplets from a conventional nozzle range from very small to very large. The objective of CDA is to produce the proper size droplet to effectively apply the chemical. and no recharging on battery back up. on the other hand. Hydraulic nozzles. Herein lies the advantage of CDA as compared to hydraulic atomization. according to a NASA study done in the 1960’ s. or Controlled Droplet Application. *Important time savings due to fewer fill-ups. The key to this successful application is determined primarily by droplet size. The spray system was designed to promote economically and ecologically sound spray methods that are the future of agricultural aviation. you are spraying at near the ideal spraying speed for chemical application: 44 mph (70 km/h). The aim when spraying is to uniformly cover the target surface with a given concentration of chemical. more acres/hectares covered per load and per day. Combining the low initial cost of a CDA spray system with the low operating expense of an ultralight/light aircraft. emit droplet size that may vary from 10 to 500 microns. decreased drift potential and evaporation. the possibility of tremendous cost savings to the world's agricultural industries is within reach. Special Air Services rotary spray nozzles break the droplets into a more uniform size.
4 liters/hectare) = 96 acres (39 hectare). Tank Capacity: Construction: Standard: 24 gallons (91 liters) fiberglass AN quality hardware and aircraft grade aluminum.7 meters) altitude. (30 liters/min. (18. hoses.7 hectare).2 liters/hectare) = 192 acres (77.SPRAY SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS System Weight: Boom Length: Atomization: 50 lbs.-2. Acres Covered Per Min. producing a controlled droplet spectrum of narrow range.p. 28 ft. 60-250 microns with 95% consistency Requires 5 to 30 psi. (91 liter) @ 1 quart total spray/acres (2. Droplet Spectrum: Pressure: Flow Regulation: Atomizer Flow Rates: Swath Width: Pump Flow Rate: Acres Covered Per Load: High capacity 24 gal. 60 ft./minute (29.m. Orifice flow regulators (7/64” and 9/64” supplied).6 ml.3 meters) swath width.12 VDC Centrifugal pump w/remote on/off and tank agitation.3 meter) 8 g.: 7 acres/minute (2. (23 kg).) 60 ft. (8. 6 .) @ 15 psi .8 liter/min. 1 pint total spray/acre (1.8 hectare/min. 12-15 ft. 1-96 oz. fittings. (18.) at 60 mph (52 knots) spray speed.7-4. flow control manifold w/pressure gauge.5 meters) 12 high speed rotating grooved & toothed atomizing nozzles. flow control manifold w/valves & gauge. Recommended 10 to 25 psi. plumbing. air driven by multi-blade propellers. tubing. (3.
PARTS LIST "ASSEMBLIES & COMPONENTS AS SHIPPED" Part Number Description Quantity AG-3001 AG-4001 AG-6001 AG-6002 AG-6025 AG-6026 AG-6027 AG-1001 AG-1024 AG-1014 AG-1015 AG-1016 AG-1017 AG-6024 AG-6037 AG-6038 AG-6040 AG-5007 AG-5008 AG-5016 AG-6028 AG-6029 AG-6030 AG-3013 AG-6003 AG-6012 AG-6013 AG-5005 AG-5006 AG-5015 91 Liter Fiberglass Tank Assembly 144" Boom Assembly Center Tube Assembly 1 ID x 5" Clear Reinforced Hose Boom Strut 45" Boom Strut 53" Boom Strut 64" Nozzle Assembly Filter and Check Valve 7/64" Orifice Tapered Cone 9/64" Orifice Tapered Cone 7/64" Restriction Washers 9/64" Restriction Washers Triangular Tang Strut Attachment 1/8" x 1/4" SS Rivet (CCPQ-44) 3/16" Aluminum Rivet (AAP-64) 3/16" x 1/4" Alum Rivet (AAL-64) 4" Tie Wrap 8" Tie Wrap Black Wire Loom (4 Feet) 3/16" ANS-5A Bolt 3/16" Lock-Nut 3/16" Washer 1" SS Cushioned Clamp SS 1 1/4" Hose Clamp 1/4" Clear Polyflow Tubing (12 Feet) Pressure Gauge Assembly 12 Volt Battery 18 Amp Battery Bracket Battery Strap 1 2 1 2 2 4 2 12 12 12 12 12 12 4 2 5 2 8 12 1 30 30 50 8 5 1 1 1 1 1 7 .
reference will be made to part numbers. Doc. 4. Remove the pedals used for controlling the rudder in the rear seat of the plane. in the same place the seat was located utilizing the hardware that was removed from the rear seat track. The tank must be inserted into the airframe per the illustrations below. part #AG-3001. it is recommended that both the front and rear doors be removed. Install the tank. Tank Installation 1. Note 2: Removal of the following components will make room for the installation of the fumigation equipment. Remove the brake lever and the brake linkage tube illustrated on page 2-189. maintenance and parts manual. Remove the bolts identified as item #3 on page 2-53. 5. #952-02. 1. Save these bolts. they will be required when bolting the tank to the plane in a later sequence. Uninstall the rear seat by removing the item #5 illustrated bolts on page 2-113 in the assembly manual (the bolts attach the seat to the seat tracks that ride on oilite bearings). 2. 9 . Before starting the installation. Remove the throttle lever and the throttle link tube illustrated on page 2-187. pages and figures in the GT 500-912 assembly. item numbers. mounting channels and related hardware must be removed.ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES AND INSTALLATION AIRCRAFT PREPARATION Note 1: Throughout the assembly sequence. 3. The pedals and the push-rod assembly have to be removed at the same time by removing the applicable hardware shown on page 2-25 of the assembly manual. Both the left and right pedals.
part #AG-5005. If necessary. Use the hardware removed from the foot pedal mounting channel. refer to the drawing on page 2-53 of the assembly manual. to the bulkhead using the holes in the bulkhead that were freed when the right foot pedal mounting channel was removed (see illustrations below). Note: Battery must be properly charged prior to operating the unit. part #AG-5015. Be extra cautious when handling metal tools around a battery. part #AG-5006. to the Bulkhead utilizing the holes that were freed when the left foot pedal mounting channel was removed. Install the battery support bracket. If you drop a 10 .2. using the battery strap. provided in the assembly kit (see illustration below). Mount the Pump Assembly. 3. Caution: Read and follow all warning placards and documents on the battery and the packaging within which it arrives. Install the battery. part #AG-2001. Add the battery fluid provided with the battery prior to charging. into the bracket attached to the left side of the bulkhead. Use the same hardware removed from the foot pedal mounting channel.
The aircraft should be resting on all three wheels and not on the tail skid when this operation is performed. ensuring that no hoses and/or hardware are restricted by the shoulder harness. Securely fasten the aircraft shoulder harness and lap belt around the tank. to the Control Wheel as shown in the illustrations below. and secure the toggle switch attached to the control panel to the bracket as shown. Secure with rivets #AG-6038. Measure 1/2" in front of the forward edge of the forward throttle mount plate along the right upper surface or "lip" (flange) of the pilot enclosure and mark this location. Either event may cause a dangerous electrical shock hazard. 11 . Rivet the wheel switch bracket to the control wheel using 2 rivets. part #AG6037. a fire. part #AG-6034. Carefully back-drill through the side of the pilot enclosure from the inside out using the two existing 3/16" holes in the Fumigation Equipment Control panel as a guide. or even an explosion. 2. as a guide.metal tool near a battery it might spark or create a short circuit between the battery terminals and some other metal part. to the Pilot Enclosure. 3 places. Handle battery with care to avoid risk of injury. Carefully back-drill thru the existing 3/16" diameter holes in the Fumigation Control Panel Assembly and thru the top of the Pilot enclosure and fuselage support tube. Secure the toggle switch wires using tie wraps as required. part #AG-5004. Fumigation Equipment Control Panel Installation 1. If the battery must be removed. part #AG-5001. Secure with rivets #AG-6040. See assembly manual illustration on page 2-185. Align the rear edge of the Fumigation Control Panel Assembly with this mark 1/4" from outer edge of the pilot enclosure. 2 places. Install the Fumigation Control Panel Assembly. Then always remove the cable that is connected to grounded terminal from the battery first. 4. turn off or disconnect all of the accessories in the aircraft. 5. 1/2" in front of the Forward Throttle Mount Plate part #46542. It is recommended that the fluid levels be externally marked on the tank using increments of 1 gallon or 5 liters. Install Toggle Switch. to avoid an electrical arc (or spark). Drill two 1/8" holes in the control wheel using the wheel switch bracket.
part #AG-6001.Hydraulic Installation Note: Refer to the Hydraulic Schematic in Appendix 1 for line connections. part #AG-6001 to the wing strut attachment plate (P/N 45403) located on the rear of the landing gear carry-thru (P/N 45487). with the threaded weldment pointing to the aft end of the plane and the ends of 12 . to the bulkhead using two . Attach the Center Tube Assembly. Attach the Center Tube. part #AG-6023. see assembly manual illustration on page 2-41. 4 Washers #AG-6030 and 2 nuts #AG-6029. Brackets must be attached pointing towards the ground (vertical) as shown in the illustrations below. Attach Ball Valve Assembly. 1.3/4" cushioned clamps (part #AG-3020) by drilling two 3/16" holes 3/8" away from the edge and 3 1/2" apart on the aft side of the bulkhead (see illustrations below). Bracket #AG-6023 needs to be attached to both the right and left sides of the rear wing strut attachment plates. Remove bolt part #10240 per the illustrations below and attach bracket. part #AG-3019. Attach using 2 bolts #AG-6028. 2.
Refer to the assembly manual illustration on page 7-17. Nuts (part #10521) and only 1 washer (part #10560). omitting 1 washer (part #10560) on the head side of the bolt. 3. Refer to the illustrations below. Nuts (part #10521) and Washers (part #10560) that attach the Trailing Edge Lift Strut (part #45621) and Leading Edge Lift Strut (part #45620) Assemblies to the Trailing Edge Wing Strut Fittings (part #45722) and Leading Edge Wing Strut Fittings (part #45721). part #AG-6024. Remove bolts (part #10063). Attach Triangular Tang Strut Attachments. 13 . Reattach Leading Edge and Trailing Edge Lift Strut Assemblies using previously removed Bolts (part #10063).the bent offset pointed up above the weldment as shown in the following illustrations. (4 places) to the Leading Edge and Trailing Edge Wing Strut Fittings with the lower part of plate (with 2 holes) angled towards the point below the wing where the spray boom will be located (4 places).
22 1/2". Note: The bolt attachment holes for the 7" and 86" cushioned clamps should be pointed to the forward end of the plane and the bolt attachment holes for the 22 1/2" and 74 1/2" cushioned clamps should be pointed to the aft end of the plane on the sprayer tubes as shown in the illustrations below.4. Position 4 cushioned clamps (part #AG-3013) to both the left and right side sprayer tubes. 74 1/2" and 86" from the outer end of the sprayer tube (end with drain valve). The cushioned clamps should be positioned at 7". 14 . part #AG-4001.
part #AG-6002. part #AG-6001 (installed previously) using 1" ID x 5" long Clear Reinforced Hose. See the following illustrations. ? A 53" support tube from the 86" cushioned clamp to the inboard hole on the leading edge tang. part #AG-6003. ? A 53" support tube from the 22 1/2" cushioned clamp to the outboard hole on the trailing edge tang. 17 .5. both right and left sides. part #AG-6003. Note: Do not tighten bolts. ? A 44" support tube from the 74 1/2" cushioned clamp to the inboard hole on the trailing edge tang. step #4). Attach Sprayer tubes. Note: Do not tighten hose clamp. part #AG6024. and the cushioned clamp using bolt (part #AG-6028). to the Center Tube. See illustrations below. Attach 1 1/4" diameter x 14" long braided hose from the pump inlet to the tank outlet using two 1 1/4" diameter hose clamps. 7. Screws will be tightened after sprayer tubes and nozzles have been properly adjusted (see nozzle alignment. Bolts will be tightened after sprayer tubes are attached to the plane and nozzles have been properly adjusted in a later sequence (see nozzle alignment. Attach 1/2" sprayer tube support struts to the tang. nut (part #AG-6029) and 2 washers (part #AG-6030) in the following order: ? A 64" support tube from the 7" cushioned clamp to the outboard hole on the leading edge tang. and four 1 1/4" diameter hose clamps. 6. step #4).
18 . Attach the pressure gauge bracket to the control panel using the 3/16" nuts and bolts provided with the assembly. See illustrations below. Drill 2 holes . offset from the lower edge. 9. See Illustrations below. 2 places. Connect the 36" long 1 1/4" diameter Clear Reinforced Hose from the 90 degree PVC elbow attached to the "T" fitting to the 90 degree elbow attached to the Center tube and tighten the 1-1/4" hose clamps.191 diameter in the pressure gauge bracket.191 diameter holes. into the control panel to attach the pressure gauge bracket. Use the bracket as a template and drill .8. Attach the pressure gauge assembly to the Instrument Control Panel as suggested in the illustration below (location is a matter of customer preference and instrument panels may vary & be customized).
part #AG6012. The cable connected to a power pole of the relay must be attached to the positive terminal on the battery. Connect the wire from the relay on the pump assembly to the 25-amp breaker located on the aircraft throttle mount plate.10. Tighten the compression fittings. 1. “Main Wiring Harness Electrical Schematic”. Connect the battery by attaching the two wires connected to the relay to the battery terminals. Do not kink. The cable connected to the relay ground (mounting foot) must be attached to the negative terminal on the battery. bend or crimp tubing during installation. Connect the wire from the 5 amp breaker on the fumigation control panel assembly to point 24A of the 25 amp breaker as illustrated in the assembly manual on page 2-237.Connect the brass fitting on the "T" valve to the pressure gauge assembly attached to the instrument control panel using 1/4" clear polyflow tubing. Note: Route the 1/4" clear polyflow tubing along the right side of the cockpit. 3. to the instrument control panel and route along the top of the instrument control panel to the back of the pressure control gauge. 2. Final Connections Note: Refer to the Electrical Schematic in Appendix 2 for wire connections. 19 . “Main Wiring Harness Electrical Schematic”. The wire should be connected to point 24A of the 25 amp breaker as illustrated in the assembly manual on page 2-237.
Verify the pump is connected with the brown wire to the other power pole of the relay and the blue wire to the relay ground (mounting foot). When the system check is completed. Continue attaching the Nozzle Assemblies onto the tubes in each of six locations per side. 2. 5. See illustrations below. Preliminary Hydraulic System Leak Check 1.4. 4. Carefully check all connections in the hydraulic system to insure that all connections are tight and no leakage is occurring. Turn the Master Switch on the Fumigation Equipment Control Panel to the ON position. check and tighten connections to correct the situation. Caution: Take precautions to ensure that no fluid leaks on the battery and/or electrical system. Adjust the pressure regulator valve to full open. Connect the wire from the pump switch on the Fumigation Control Panel Assembly to the pole at the top of the relay. 3. Note: Make sure that the filter and check valve are in place on the sprayer tube side of the connection and that the Restriction Washer and Orifice Tapered Cone are in place on the sprayer head side of the connection when attaching. 20 . Fill the tank half way with water and close cover on tank. Attach the Nozzle Assemblies. 5. Insert the Orifice Tapered Cone into the Nozzle Assembly (see illustration for proper orientation) with the Restriction Washer between the Orifice Tapered Cone and the Filter and Check Valve. Turn the Pump Switch on the Fumigation Equipment Control Panel to the ON position. If any leakage is evident. to the sprayer tubes by inserting the Filter and Check valve into the Mounting Nozzle assembly (part #AG-4005) on the sprayer tube. Then screw the assemblies together tightly. 6. turn the Pump Switch and the Master Switch to the Off Positions. Installation and alignment of Nozzle Assemblies and Sprayer Tubes 1. System should now be discharging water through the openings in the sprayer tubes on both the right and left sides. part #AG-1001.
Place an empty bucket under each head to capture spray and monitor that the heads are spraying water in equal proportions.2. check connections to insure that the flow is not being impeded. Turn the flow/pressure control valve to the off position. 21 . If any heads are not spraying properly. Repeat hydraulic system leak check to test that the sprayer heads are functioning properly.
In order to align the sprayer tubes properly to their final position. the plane must positioned to where the root tube is horizontally level to the ground. 4. 22 . (loosen hose clamps prior to rotating sprayer booms) and the sprayer tubes are fixed in their position below the center of the wings. Securely tighten all connections when the sprayer boom has been properly aligned and then recheck that the sprayer heads are pointing 20-degrees downward and that the sprayer tubes are positioned under the center of the wings.3. Adjust the sprayer booms to a position which is 20-degrees downward.
Fill the tank half way with water and close cover on tank. 5. Turn the Pump Switch on the Fumigation Equipment Control Panel to the ON position.Final Hydraulic System Leak Check 1. 4. System should now be discharging water through the openings in the sprayer tubes on both the right and left sides. Turn the Master Switch on the Fumigation Equipment Control Panel to the ON position. Adjust the pressure regulator valve to full open so that pressure is low. 23 . 2. 6. turn the Pump Switch and the Master Switch to the Off Positions. 3. 7. check and tighten connections to correct the situation. Carefully check all connections in the hydraulic system to insure that all connections are tight and no leakage is occurring. If any leakage is evident. Adjust the pressure regulator valve to full closed so that pressure is high. When the system check is completed.
such as elevator. The consequences of improperly operated equipment and/or improper use of chemicals are detrimental to both the operator and the environment. battery. flap. the operator and the environment. brake and throttle function freely and that no hoses or AG system components interfere with the operation of the aircraft. Caution: Take precautions to ensure that no fluid leaks on the battery and/or electrical system. Properly installed and operated equipment will provide ample benefits to the owner of the equipment. This requires that the operator take all precautions to protect ones sight and avoid respiratory and skin exposure and follow all recommendations of the chemical manufacturers Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). Warning! Adjustments CANNOT be made during flight to components installed in the aft seat position.8. Verify that all control operations. Ensure the security of the installed tank. It is the exclusive responsibility of the operator of the equipment and not of the manufacturer of the equipment to install. Final System Check 1. Repeat steps 4 through 6 to check system at maximum pressure. 24 . rudder. pump. Therefore it is imperative to ensure that no components will shift or obstruct the controls during flight which could cause a hazardous condition. 2. control panel and spray booms. hoses. maintain and operate the system while insuring all safeguards are adhered to. Note: The use of Aerial Application of Agricultural Chemicals is an area that is very delicate and dangerous if not handled correctly.
2. The flow/pressure control valve should also be left in the open position until you are ready to begin sprayer application in order for the liquid to be continuously mixed. The sprayers must be properly lubricated before and after each tank of material is applied. 3. It is important that after completion of an application that the plane and equipment be thoroughly rinsed with clean water. When filling the tank with the chemical solution a manual or motorized pump should be used to avoid spilling any liquid outside of the tank. The sprayers will constantly rotate during flight and will determine the size and dispersion of the droplets during application. preset flags indicating the prescribed flight path or a GPS system. Special precautions must be taken when using these types of material to avoid any possibility of combustion. Note: Some materials may be determined by the manufacturer to be flammable. The type of fluid recommended is light oil such as transmission fluid. Do not turn on pump until ready to spray to avoid the possible discharge of chemicals. The oil should be applied until you visually see the oil coming out of the front of the sprayer. If any spillage occurs. the spill must be thoroughly and properly cleaned. In order to protect neighboring areas from contamination and/or damage we recommend a minimum of meters of buffer zone between the neighboring fields or areas. The area to be sprayed should be properly mapped out beforehand utilizing either a moving flagman (who is properly protected). The oil should be applied using an oil can with a tube attached and the oil injected into the opening on the side of the sprayer head assembly as shown in illustration #XXX. 3. General Maintenance 1. Manually check by hand that the propellers are spinning freely and smoothly.Flight and Application Procedures 1. 2. This should be done 25 .
If the equipment is not to be used for an extended period. system. Once the system has been thoroughly flushed with clean water. 5. The filter must be thoroughly rinsed prior to the filter assembly being reassembled. the sprayer heads should be removed and soaked in a diesel oil solution. tubes and sprayer heads. Special care should be taken when reassembling to insure that each item is defect free and assembled in their proper order for them to function properly. The tank and system also need to be thoroughly flushed to insure that all residual material has been purged from the tank. 4. It is recommended that this purge be repeated a minimal of five times to insure that no residual material remains. dosificator and aspersor cones should be carefully cleaned and inspected for damage after each application. it needs to be flushed with a 40 to 1 mixture of water and _________________. If the equipment is to be stored for any period of time. The filter must also be properly cleaned by opening the filter cap and removing the enclosed filter. The bearings. They contain a pair of ball bearings that need to rotate freely with lubricant to insure high RPM life and during their usage they are exposed to the agrochemical solutions that seep through the dosificator. Again. The aspersor cone is a very delicate component that can not have any damage on the air grooves or teeth at the end of it. 7. 26 . Sprayer Head Assembly Maintenance 1.in a manner and location that allows for the collection of the runoff of the solution as this solution is considered contaminated and could potentially cause damage to the surrounding area and environment. 6. the heads should be removed from the diesel oil solution and wrapped in paper and stored in an airtight container. The sprayer heads are elements of extreme importance to the proper functioning of the system. the rinse solution must be captured and/or collected to insure that the contaminated fluid does not cause damage to the surrounding area and environment. The condition of the cone is critical in order to control the size and dispersion of the droplets.
Appendix 1 27 .
Appendix 2 28 .
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