1 SPRAY TIPS. JOHN deere SPRAYMASTER SPRAYING SOLUTIONS. Technology Solutions Value John deere has long been an industry leader, manufacturing the world's finest agricultural equipment. Continuing this tradition, we now offer the highest quality and broadest line of SPRAY products in the industry. John deere offers the convenience of one-stop shopping. Our full line of SprayMaster products includes SPRAY tips and replacement parts, pumps, plumbing, marking foams and foam-related products, SPRAY solutions, and accessories. John deere SprayMaster Extended range ERI stainless Fence row/boomless Full-cone SPRAY tips chart.
2 38. spraying steel insert ..14 15 Full cone FC poly ..39. How to select a SPRAY Extended range QERC Fence-row applicaton Straight-stream STC . How to read SPRAY tip ceramic insert ..15 XTI fence SPRAY tip application chart ..40. Broadcast and turf applica- Flat fan FF poly ..16 QXT Quick-change fence Straight-stream family ..41. tions Chemical resistant CR poly- row/boomless Straight stream STC . Smart part number vinylidene fluoride (PVDF)..17 Flow-regulating disc chart ..33 ceramic ..41. description ..3 Wide-angle flood SPRAY Disc performance Straight stream STC . ASABE S-572 SPRAY tip classi- tips chart.
3 18 21 Disc and core D C ..33 ceramic fication by droplet size ..4 Wide-angle flood SPRAY tips Banding and directed Straight-stream application SprayMaster SPRAY tip chart larger applications 35 chart ..42. information Xtra-capacity Hollow-cone SPRAY tips Straight stream ST poly ..43. Wear and chemical Flood 24 35 SPRAY tip information guide ..44. compatibility ..5 Flood FL poly ..23 Hollow cone HC Recommended 45. Broadcast and turf appli- Flood FLC Hollow cone HCC ceramic SPRAY heights cations chart ..6 9 Extra-capacity flood XFL tip Quick-change ..36 Suggested minimum SPRAY ULTRA low-drift UL poly.
4 24 How to use the hollow-tip heights flat-fan SPRAY tips ..45. ULTRA-Plus low-drift ULC High-flow SPRAY tip applica- interchange Optimum SPRAY heights . pre-orifice and ceramic tion chart 26 To interchange disc and core flat-fan SPRAY Low-drift High-flow SPRAY tip applica- SPRAY tips with hollow-cone SPRAY tip Low-drift LD poly ..11 tion chart turf ..27 SPRAY Spraying solutions other Low-drift LDC High-flow HF poly ..28 Hollow-cone tip to disc core than The New Guardian LDX Quick- Banding and directed interchange Measuring travel Change SPRAY applications 30 Hollow-cone tip, disc, Conversion Extended-range Even SPRAY ES poly.
5 29 and core ..37. Extended range ER Off center OC brass tip ..30. Dealer technical support 1-800-445-8360. 1. SprayMaster sprayer parts and accessories HOW TO SELECT A SPRAY TIP. Many factors play a role in determining the correct SPRAY tip. Use the steps below as a guide to determine which SprayMaster product best fits each application. 1. Determine application type: broadcast, wide broadcast, or directed SPRAY . 2. Determine tip size, impacted by pressure, application rate, spacing, and speed. 3. Determine droplet type required for each application, Very Fine to Extremely Coarse. 4. Determine SPRAY tip material for optimum wear life.
6 Step One Application Type The following chart has been designed to simplify selection of the correct SPRAY tip type for the agrochemical to be applied. It is based on having good conditions for spraying and should be used in conjunction with the agrochemical manufacturer's label. Herbicides Post-emerge Fungicides Insecticides Liquid Soil Inc. Pre-emerge Contact Systemic Contact Systemic Contact Systemic fertilizer Manufacturer's recommended droplet size UL Excellent Excellent Good Excellent Good Excellent Good Excellent Excellent ULC. Broadcast SPRAY tips ER Good Good Excellent Good Excellent Good Excellent Excellent Good ERI.
7 ERC. LD Excellent Excellent Good Excellent Good Excellent Good Excellent Good LDC. LDX. FF Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good HF Excellent Excellent Good Excellent Good Excellent Good Excellent Excellent Broadcast wide-angle flat-fan SPRAY tips FL Excellent Excellent Good Good Good Excellent FLC. XFL Excellent Excellent Good Good Good Excellent OC Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good ES Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good HC Excellent Good Excellent Good Excellent Good Banding and directed SPRAY tips HCC. D, C Excellent Good Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent FC Good Good Good Excellent ST Excellent STC Excellent QSTC.
8 XTI Excellent Excellent Good Excellent Good Excellent Good Excellent Excellent QXT. 2. SPRAY TIPS. Step Two Determine tip size required HOW TO READ SPRAY TIP CHARTS. SPRAY tip charts are made to allow an operator to decide on what size and type of SPRAY tip will give the performance required at various application speeds, SPRAY tip spacing, and pressure. The SPRAY tip performance charts bring the data together to give the operator the gallons per acre to be applied. Recommended application BROADCAST AND TURF APPLICATIONS CHART. SPRAY tips represented in chart SPRAY tip family Location of ASAE droplet size classification data Gallons per acre 20-in.
9 SPRAY tip spacing ,000 Broadcast SPRAY tips mph mph psi gpm 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 2 3 4 5. Orange gpm 15 Tip psi Droplet 20 Type Range Size 30 LDC 30 60 Pg. 11 40 ER 15 60 Pg. 14 50 ERI 15 60 Pg. 15 60 FF 30 60 Pg. 16. Green gpm 15 Tip psi Droplet 20 Type Range Size 30 ULC 30 100 Pg. 10 40 UL 15 115 Pg. 10 50 LDC 30 60 Pg. 11 60 LD 15 60 Pg. 11 70 ER 15 60 Pg. 14 80 ERI 15 60 Pg. 15 90 QERC 20 60 Pg. 15 100 FF 30 60 Pg. 16 115 Pressure range at which each Gallons per minute at 40 psi Gallons per acre Gallons per 1,000 tip family is recommended information applies to all tips listed on the left SMART PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION.
10 PM1 QERI10015. PM 1 Q ER I 10 015. Parts Marketing Package Quantity Quick-Change SPRAY Tip Type Material SPRAY Angle SPRAY Tip Capacity Omitted = 6 pack Option HF = High Flow Omitted = Polyacetal 10 = 110 deg. 0067 = Example: PMERI10015 Omitted = tip only ULC = Ultra-Plus I = Stainless Steel 20 = 120 deg. 01 = 1 = 40 pack Example: PMERI10015 Low-Drift C = Ceramic 80 = 80 deg. 015 = Q = Quick Change, UL = Ultra Low-Drift B = Brass 025 = tip, cap, and gasket LD = Low-Drift assembly 03 = ER = Extended Range 04 = CR = Chemical 05 = Resistant 06 = FF = Flat Fan 08 = OC = Off Center 10 = ES = Even SPRAY 15 = ST = Straight Stream 20 = FL = Flood 30 = XFL = High-Capacity Flood 40 = D = Disk 50 = C = Core 60 = FC = Full Cone HC = Hollow Cone XT = Fence Row 3.