This first month of the brand new year has proven to be one of the harshest in recent national history. In just the first week of January, 2018, we've witnessed record freezing temperatures across country; businesses, schools and highways have all been affected by the weather. Many times, preparation is the one single thing that can turn an icy, cold day into a safe and productive one for both businesses, school children and the community. Whether it be roads, parking lots or sidewalks, all of these surfaces fall victim to dangerous ice brought by the freezing winter temperatures and the best way to tackle that problem is to be armed with the best and most efficient de-icing equipment.Read More
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What Is a De-Icing Sprayer and Why is it Useful?
There are many reasons why removing ice from equipment and other surfaces is a good idea. After all, it's common sense, right? In many situations, the best piece of equipment for this job is a De-Icing Skid Sprayer. Investing in the right sprayer for the job can be confusing, so in this post we will highlight the benefits of the Kings Sprayers 100 Gallon De-Icing Skid Sprayer.Read More
Used for a variety of purposes throughout the lawn and landscape industry, our 2-wheel trailer sprayers by Kings Sprayers are very versatile and allow users to cover large areas that they might not otherwise be able to tackle with just a hose. Great for lawns, pastures, golf courses and athletic fields, here we’ll explore five ways to use a 2-wheel sprayer that you may not have considered. Have other ideas? Share them in the comments below. We’d love to hear your thoughts.Read More
Topics: herbicides, fertilizer sprayer, Sprayer Depot, Kings Sprayers, pest control, Kings 2 Wheel Sprayer, Pesticide Applicators, pesticides, sprayer tips and tricks, fertilizer, insecticide, de-icing sprayer, snow removal
Step right up, folks. It’s Groundhog Day and quite a show for some. Wikipedia tells us, “according to folklore, if it’s cloudy when a groundhog emerges from its burrow on this day, then spring will come early. But if it’s sunny, the groundhog will supposedly see its shadow and retreat back into its burrow, and the winter weather will persist for six more weeks.” Whether you believe in this folklore or not, it’s hard to tune out the predictions that are blazoned across news sites. After all, these predictions could mean spray season would come sooner, or may be delayed.
We tuned in while Punxsutawney Phil made his annual ‘prediction’ calling for six more weeks of winter. Brr! Let’s take a look at what these scenarios can mean for our industry.Read More