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Brinly-Hardy 25 Gal. Tow-Behind Lawn and Garden Sprayer
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Brinly-Hardy

25 Gal. Tow-Behind Lawn and Garden Sprayer

$265.62 /each

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The 25 Gal. Sprayer for riding mowers disperses water at a flow rate of 2 GPM for excellent spraying power. This Sprayer attachment features a 12 ft. hose and a galvanized steel frame. Ultra Lo-Drift spray tips offer maximum effectiveness; best performance for both contact and systematic weed kill with least wind-drift.

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How do the tires hold up? Are they solid?

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manda
May 25, 2013
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July 16, 2013
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No
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July 16, 2013
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no, they are inflated with air.
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May 28, 2013
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Thanks for your question. The tires are pneumatic, but they do hold up well.
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Harrisburg, PA, USA
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May 28, 2013
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They are. The tires are a normal tubeless design; replaceable if need be. Considering the low operation speed and usage, these tires would dry rot before the tread wore down. You have no worries with the tires here.
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May 26, 2013
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I've only had my sprayer for a short time so I don't know how well they hold up but they're pneumatic not solid.
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what runs the pump?

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December 21, 2012
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warner robins, ga
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June 10, 2014
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A 12V battery, usually the lawn mower's. But that would require the mower to run continuously. Not good for pollution or life of tractor. So my husband replaced the original hose (which ALSO split anyway after a few uses) with a heavy duty 50' long one and installed a battery on the cart. I park the tractor where I need to spray and use the battery to run the pump, getting about 80ft of travel from the Read More
A 12V battery, usually the lawn mower's. But that would require the mower to run continuously. Not good for pollution or life of tractor. So my husband replaced the original hose (which ALSO split anyway after a few uses) with a heavy duty 50' long one and installed a battery on the cart. I park the tractor where I need to spray and use the battery to run the pump, getting about 80ft of travel from the tank in one stop. All was well until the tank decided to split open while full with 20gal. of Round-up. Read Less
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July 16, 2013
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The power comes from the battery on the tractor.
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May 21, 2013
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The 12 volt battery in your towing vehicle. The supplied wiring comes with alligator clips for easy hookup.
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Jeffersonville, IN
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December 24, 2012
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Thank you for your question. The battery from your mower is what powers the sprayer pump.
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Harrisburg, PA, USA
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December 21, 2012
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There's a small electrical connector, with a switch, that you get along with the sprayer. It connects to the battery, and remains connected. So to use the pump you hook it up to the tractor, make the quick connection, turn the switch and start spraying!
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how can one add an agitator to my brinly hs25h lawn sprayer?

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Choctaw, OK
August 19, 2013
On-line there are several article about adding agitators to lawn sprayors and how you run the risk of damaging your lawn without them to keep the solutions stirred. Can an agitator be added to subject question model?
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That is a serious lack for this sprayer, especially with chemicals which tend to settle fast or need a lot of agitation to dissolve. For those hard to mix, you should mix the chemicals in a 2-3gal jar and then pour it into the tank. While I fill the tank with water, I keep the wand running inside the tank on full jet. That is pretty powerful inside the tank and it would move the solution inside the tank Read More
That is a serious lack for this sprayer, especially with chemicals which tend to settle fast or need a lot of agitation to dissolve. For those hard to mix, you should mix the chemicals in a 2-3gal jar and then pour it into the tank. While I fill the tank with water, I keep the wand running inside the tank on full jet. That is pretty powerful inside the tank and it would move the solution inside the tank pretty good. Really, no need to hook/unhook the boom. If you worry about settling, then you should stop spraying and repeat the agitation with the wand inside the tank every so often. I have mine running on its own battery, with a 50' long heavy duty hose, so I stop the tractor and pull the hose around where I need to spray. Most times I keep the cap off, and if needed, I stick the wand back in the tank for a minute or so. Read Less
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Orangehills
Milford CT
September 8, 2013
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Kencon,
Yes there is no agitator but what I do to make up for it is I disconnect the boom feed, remove the tank cap and place the hose in the tank. Then spray the edges of my property and the hard to reach areas with spray wand while the boom feed is returning the recirculated portion of the mixture. After the edges are complete, shut off the pump reconnect the boom feed and finish spraying with the Read More
Kencon,
Yes there is no agitator but what I do to make up for it is I disconnect the boom feed, remove the tank cap and place the hose in the tank. Then spray the edges of my property and the hard to reach areas with spray wand while the boom feed is returning the recirculated portion of the mixture. After the edges are complete, shut off the pump reconnect the boom feed and finish spraying with the boom. Of course it is not recirculating when using the boom but at least it had agitation time. This pump is strong, so I feel my mixes are well homogenized. Read Less
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August 27, 2013
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Hi Kencon!,
There is no provision for the addition of an agitator for this sprayer. Agitators that somehow connect to the filler hole could possibly work, but the filler hole is the only available port to utilize.
The relatively small size of this sprayer makes it easy to "slosh" around the mixture while spraying. Simply apply the brakes occasionally to mix the product in the tank. The normal jostling Read More
Hi Kencon!,
There is no provision for the addition of an agitator for this sprayer. Agitators that somehow connect to the filler hole could possibly work, but the filler hole is the only available port to utilize.
The relatively small size of this sprayer makes it easy to "slosh" around the mixture while spraying. Simply apply the brakes occasionally to mix the product in the tank. The normal jostling that occurs when driving in a field is usually enough to keep the solution mixed.
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What amperage is the motor/pump?

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12V
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The fuse in the supplied wiring is a 15 amp but I believe the actual max draw is 8 amp at 12 volts.
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8.0A Max output @ 12V.
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25 Gal. Tow-Behind Lawn and Garden Sprayer is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 30.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't waste your money Would have given this product zero if I could. I experienced the same issues with short hoses during assembly as many other commentors, but this was easily overcome. My real issue came today when I went to use this sprayer for only the second time. Upon turning the unit on, the pump motor ran for only a second or two before turning off. I am a journeyman electrician, and have a shop full of testing equipment. It was quickly determined that the motor had burned out (open load between the motor leads signifying a burned motor coil/open connection). The motor ow needs to be completely replaced.
Date published: 2016-09-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Several problems It took 3 of us 2 hours to assemble the sprayer. When we tested the sprayer with softened tap water it leaked around the shut off valve whether it was open or closed. The company sent us a new part which also leaked. There is no repair shop or company rep to get help from. The spraying pattern was not even.
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 25 gallon tow-behind garden sprayer Easy to assemble, easy to use, good product. I would recommend this product to family and friends.
Date published: 2016-07-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Needs additional durability and has questionable quality from the factory. My sprayer had several issues - first, the holes in the front of the frame did not line up with the inserts in the tank, so when assembled at the factory, one of the inserts was damaged by prying to get the hardware started, causing the tank to split about an inch, which caused a leak. Second, the plastic fittings on the pump were cracked, so I replaced with a metal equivalent. Thirdly, the booms could be easily improved by adding a flat washer between to allow for easier folding and unfolding - a $0.10 improvement that keeps the booms from coming loose and looks much more professional. Finally, the use of rubber washers between the tank and frame would reduce the chance of cracking the tank and would reduce vibration. I have corrected each of these issues, but a $350 item should not have problems like this.
Date published: 2016-03-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Some disassembly and tweaking required during assembly... 30" hose should be replaced with a 36" hose. Small Wand Holder Clip should be replaced with a larger clip (1"-1.5"), so that Hand Sprayer can be stored as shown on front cover of Owner's Manual. On my unit, the pump suction 90 degree Elbow was at the wrong angle, causing the suction hose to have a kink in it. The hole in the tank wasn't at the proper place for the angle shown in the Owner's Manual, so the 90 degree Elbow had to be turned till it pointed at the tank hole. Make sure the suction strainer is in the tank sump before filling tank. After assembly, and rinsing everything out with plain water, I tested it with plain water. Everything seemed to work as advertised. Now I need a non-rainy day without excessive wind, to actually spray the weeds.
Date published: 2014-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use and clean good sprayer Purchased this in the beginning of the season and used it for three applications so far. For features this unit is good, handy to have both the spray wand and the boom sprayer, the only feature missing is agitation. I found the quality of the parts to be well made and the design extreme well thought out. Easy of use is good, the only thing I find troubling is sometimes when I clip the spray wand in place it will come free, maybe I am not managing the hose correctly. Overall I think this sprayer is an excellent value and anticipate a long life.
Date published: 2013-09-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good product The only issue that I have is the tank strainer became clogged on the second fill. I was spraying semizine which is a thick, milky pre-emergent. However, I was able to clean it with paint thinner and found a backup strainer at the local tractor supply. So far, I am pleased with the product.
Date published: 2013-03-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the job I have used this sprayer several times to cover my backyard of about an acre. It has a good spray pattern. Hooked up to a Cub Cadet riding mower. The only issues I had were that the cord for the on off switch is too short to reach the mower and too long to attach to the sprayer. There were times when I had to hold the line in my hand so I could turn off the sprayer when needed. Second issue is the metal brackets that hold up the sprayer arms are put on with a normal bolt and nut. One of the nuts came off due to vibration and I had to replace it. Designing anything that will have to work during vibration of a bouncy ride needs to be much more durable.
Date published: 2014-11-12
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