Those ones are operated by a switch in the trigger are they?Silverline, cheap as chips so get a new one when it breaks. Have had my current one 3 years now I think, might be 4, and no problems with it. When it breaks might change to battery as @Exfarmer says.
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Minimum water, minimum chemical is moto of the controlled droplet atomizer applicator?
Anyone got or used one.
Notice Council parks depot have them?
Are they still about? Had one in the 80’s brilliant bit of kit
I have done many hundreds of acres over the years and I am plenty happy enough with a CP3. If they break (which they don't) spares are readily available.
I’ve got one too for pruex. Great company to deal with but I think it would be dangerous even on a still day with roundup in as it’s such a fine mist it’s easily carried by windMicron make them still, at Bromyard.
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