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Troubleshooting the Hypro D30 Diaphragm Pump: An Update on a Popular Topic

Posted by Sprayer Depot on Fri, Jun 30, 2017

We receive many calls and emails from customers requesting help troubleshooting the Hypro D30 diaphragm pump.  In this post, we've updated some information previously published on this topic to highlight some easy-to-identify solutions.

One of the top-selling pumps at Sprayer Depot, the Hypro D30 offers low cost maintenance and almost wear-free operation which helps make it the ideal choice for a wide variety of spraying jobs. Recommended for spraying herbicides, pesticides, liquid fertilizers, and many other hard-to-handle fluids, the Hypro D30 is not only one of our top-selling pumps, but also the preferred choice for several of our small to medium-sized Kings Sprayers® models.

Properly maintaining your pump will not only increase your application efficiency but also add years of life to your equipment. Follow these easy tips to service your diaphragm pump:

1. After usage, flush the pump with clean water.

2. Hypro recommends changing oil after 40 hours of break-in operation and every three months or 500 hours, whichever comes first. Use Hypro pump oil , which is a specially formulated, high-grade, non- detergent, SAE 30 weight oil.

3. For freezing conditions, flush the pump with a 50/50 mixture of water and antifreeze.

4. Change diaphragms every 500 hours or three months, whichever comes first.

 For easy troubleshooting of your Hypro D30 diaphragm pump, check out this helpful infographic:

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If you are still having trouble identifying a problem with your pump jus We will be happy to help and have you back up and running in no time!

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Topics: Hypro, diaphragm pump, Hypro D30 Pump, infographics

8 Easy Steps to Calibrating Your Sprayer

Posted by Sprayer Depot on Fri, Dec 04, 2015

Calibrating your sprayer doesn't have to be time consuming or challenging. You have probably seen all the formulas and calculations involved with the process but there is an easy way to accomplish this task without having to be a math wiz.

It is important to calibrate your sprayer at least once every season, however more is definitely better. Calibrating your sprayer often will ensure an even application rate and also an effective one. This will save you time and money that you can then invest in other parts of your business. 

As mentioned before, there are many reasons why you should calibrate your spray equipment on a regular basis, but an extremely important reason to consider is to avoid any mishandling of pesticides and other chemicals. When using chemicals it's important to follow the instructions provided on the label: too little could mean an ineffective application, and too much could result in serious consequences such as the loss of your grass or crop, fines, or even health risks.

Based on a recent report by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), farmers spend approximately $4.1 billion on pesticides annually. So if your sprayer isn't calibrated properly you could potentially be wasting a lot of money. Let's make sure you are spending your money wisely and spraying efficiently by calibrating your sprayer.

Want to know how you can avoid any mishaps and increase the accuracy of your application? Read below for the 8 simple steps to calibrating your sprayer.

Before you follow the steps, get your sprayer ready for calibration by following these tips:

  • Inspect your sprayer for any mechanical problems
  • Flush the tank and brush the nozzles to make sure they are debris free
  • Check the agitator in the tank to make sure it’s working properly

Okay, now you are ready to calibrate!

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*For minor changes in output, adjust your sprayer pressure to achieve the GPA recommended by the pesticide label. For major changes, either change travel speed or nozzle tip size and recalibrate.

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Topics: Sprayer Depot, calibrating a sprayer, Sprayer Calibration, Ag Sprayers, Chemical Sprayers, Boom Sprayer Calibration, How to Calibrate a Boom Sprayer, user guide, infographics, calibrating app

Getting Started With Kings Sprayers 50 Gallon Skid Sprayer KSU50P6

Posted by Sprayer Depot on Wed, Jun 10, 2015

Not all sprayers work the same way so it’s always important to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations. You might just need a quick reminder on how things work or maybe you are teaching someone else how to use it. No matter the reason, we make it easy for you to get this information. We’ve created an easy and convenient infographic, which you can access from your phone or computer. Today’s guide features steps on how to get started with one of our most popular Kings Sprayers. 

The KS50UP6 Kings Sprayers 50 Gallon Skid Sprayer is a short utility sprayer with a 7 gpm roller pump. This is an ideal tree-sprayer that can be mounted on truck beds, utility vehicles, boats and trailers.

It has some pretty cool features such as a 5.5 HP GX160 Honda engine and 6061 aircraft-grade aluminum frame. This sprayer is also part of our QuickShip Program, so order by 12:00pm and we will ship it that same day!

To get started follow these steps:

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You can find a variety of user guides directly on Kings Sprayers, instructional videos are available on our YouTube Channel or simply call 800-228-0905 to talk to our knowledgeable Customer Service Technicians. 

Topics: Kings Skid Sprayer, 50 Gallon Skid Sprayer, using a sprayer, Regulator, KSU50P6, user guide, infographics, product manual, getting started, user manual

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