Victory Innovations 3-in-1- Nozzle
The Victory 3-in-1 Nozzle is built with 3 stainless steel spray tips to resist corrosion from the harshest chemicals. It contains 2 full cone nozzles set at 40 and 80 microns and a 120° 110 micron nozzle for wetter applications. Compatible with all Victory Handheld Sprayer (VP200ESK) and Victory Backpack Sprayer (VP300ESK) sprayers.
Note: To remove or replace the nozzle, rotate counter-clockwise one-quarter turn.
How long does the Victory Innovations Sprayer battery last?
How does the Victory Electrostatic Sprayer work?
The electrostatic sprayer system places a positive charge on the liquid before it enters the nozzle, allowing for maximum levels of liquid to be easily sprayed across more surfaces, and provides a complete coverage.
Is a fogger the same as an electrostatic sprayer?
Particle size is one of the biggest factors between foggers, and electrostatic sprayers. Foggers create a dry or wet fog designed to kill contaminants, whereas sprayers coat the equipment and rooms in a fine liquid. We carry both electrostatic sprayers, and fogger machines.
Can Vital Oxide be used in an electrostatic sprayer?
Vital Oxide and Growers Oxide is one of the few disinfectants that can be used in electrostatic sprayers and fogger machines effectively because it is non corrosive to treated objects and environment, and is safe to use in your electrostatic sprayers.
Electrostatic sprayer disinfectants are the most effective way of killing bacteria, viruses and other pathogens. They work by using an electrostatic charge to attract and hold onto dirt particles that are then sprayed away from your home or business. The electrostatic sprayers are used to clean everything from floors to walls to countertops. Electrostatic sprayers are used to clean floors, walls, windows, countertops, and furniture. They work well on most types of surfaces, including wood, tile, linoleum, vinyl, plastic, glass, porcelain, marble, and stainless steel. The electrostatic sprayers remove dust, dirt, and debris without scratching or damaging the surface.