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liquid sprayer

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by uvilla, Feb 21, 2014.

  1. uvilla

    uvilla Junior Member
    from 25442
    Messages: 9

    Does anyone own and use liquid brine sprayer from turbo turf....if so pros and cons please......
     
  2. ultimate09

    ultimate09 Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    This post should probably be in the ice management section, but here goes. I purchased a 500 gallon sprayer with a three lane boom and hose reel option to combat the on going salt shortage we are facing. So far, I like the spray system. Seems to be well thought out and works great. I like the three different spray nozzles that you can rotate on the boom for different conditions and three independent zones.
    I could have saved some money building one versus buying it but frankly I didn't have the time to finish it while it was needed. I called Turbo Turf on Monday and was told they were out of stock, but could be built in two days. I picked mine up on Wednesday, and have been happy with it.
    We used the two day build time to throw a brine maker together and make 2,250 gallons of brine.:dizzy:
     
  3. uvilla

    uvilla Junior Member
    from 25442
    Messages: 9

    brine

    How did you make your brine....can you post some pics
     
  4. ultimate09

    ultimate09 Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    Best thing to do is to go over to the ice management folder and find anything sprayer related thread or I believe there is one titled new brine maker. Kubota has many pics of a very simple brine maker that will make 430 gallon every hour depending on your water source. Only requires two bulk totes some plumbing and a pump. I built mine in less than three hours, but I had some totes laying around and many pumps in the shop. If you need any other pics, PM me and I will send them. Mine is a little sloppier than the ones in the other thread, but it does the job.