The KT100P15B12 is one of our most popular Kings Sprayers® 2-Wheel Sprayers model. Our 2-wheel sprayers are designed for easy handling as they can be pulled by a utility vehicle, ATV, compact trailer or even a golf cart. Great for tree, shrub, and turf spraying, this sprayer is ideal for lawns, pastures, golf courses and athletic fields.
Check out some of its best-selling features:
- 5 HP GC160 series Honda engine
- Udor IOTA-20/GR Diaphragm Pump (5 gpm, 275 psi)
- 12' spray boom
- Made in USA
- Standard sprayer equipped with 50' of 3/8" ID hose
- 6061 aircraft grade aluminum frame is lightweight, chemical resistant and will never rust or need painting
Today we are featuring steps on how to get started with this 2-wheel sprayer. Follow the easy steps outlined below and don't forget to watch the instructional video right at the end of this post!
Starting Your Sprayer for the First Time1. Ensure all unnecessary personnel are clear of the area.
2. For initial testing, it is recommended to start with clean water instead of chemicals to confirm the system and plumbing components are leak free.
3. Ensure there is fluid in the tank and supply line.
4. Check line strainer for debris or clogs and remove any if found.
5. Check all plumbing connections to ensure tightness.
6. Ensure all valves and regulators are set to the desired setting and working properly.
7. Ensure all hoses are positioned properly and undamaged.
Follow these steps to start the engine1. First, remove the boot clamps from either boom and extend the booms.
2. For a cold start, pull the choke out to FULL.
3. Set the throttle to slightly above OFF.
4. Pull start the engine.
5. Release the choke by pushing it in fully.
6. Raise the throttle to FULL.
7. The knob at the top of the regulator handles the pressure; adjust the pressure to roughly 200 psi.
8. Turn the agitator ON; you’ll notice a slight drop in pressure.
9. Adjust the spray gun to the correct setting and you are ready to spray.
10. The spray boom has seven spray settings: left, right, center, left/right, left/right/center, left/center, right/center.
Shutting Down Your Sprayer1. Set the pressure regulator to OFF.
2. Slowly lower the throttle to OFF.
3. Raise the booms and replace the boom clamps.
4. If the pump will not be used for several hours, flush your system to prolong the life of the unit.