Your liquid sprayer was built to your specifications. When ordering parts or seeking technical assistance, please know your serial number and have your Delivery & Inspection Sheet (from the back of your manual) on hand. Our staff will look up the original configuration of your equipment and help you.
- Calibration of Liquid Sprayers
Calibrating your sprayer is something that you will do immediately upon delivery of your new equipment and each year at start up. Calibration of Liquid Sprayers
- Centrifugal Pump Information
- Diaphragm Pump Information
- How to choose: Centrifugal or Diaphragm Pump?
A centrifugal pump is more often used with herbicides and can be dead headed. A diaphragm pump can create higher pressures and is often used to apply fungicides where a finer mist is desired. No matter which pump you choose, setting it correctly is essential to get the desired results. And proper maintenance is essential to the performance you deserve
- Loading Chemicals into your Sprayer or Nurse Tank
Any time you are using chemicals, you must measure and load your chemicals safely. The CleanLoad system is efficient, quick and easy to clean up. Hypro CleanLoad – View a video of the system that adds your chemicals, cleans your container and rinses your inductor.
- Nitrogen Chart
Nitrogen Chart – Chart starting at 30 units per acre @ 19% increasing to 200 units per acre @32% is one of our most requested items
- Orifice Selection for Actual Gallons per Acre
NCI developed a worksheet to help you determine your Orifice Selection – using water as a standard in gallons per acre
- PTO Information
Click here to learn more about how to adjust the PTO on your NCI Spreader.
Please use caution as PTO adjustment can be dangerous. It is YOUR responsibility to use good safety practices. If you would like to learn more about good safety habits please click here or visit www.admausa.com
Facing the gear, first determine if the gear has straight or slanted edges. A slanted surface is a helical gear. A straight surface is a spur gear. Hold your hands up to the gear as shown in the diagram.
The thumb on your left hand will point up following the slant on a Left Hand Helical Gear.
The thumb on your right hand will point up following the slant on a Right Hand Helical Gear.
- Right-of-Way & Brine Combination Sprayer
This is a very versatile sprayer. It was designed for municipalities that have to be budget conscious and make the most of their investment in a truck. It’s easy to misplace those books and because you convert the sprayers so infrequently, we added a series of instructions for our customers.
How to Change the Skids
How to Start Up the Right-of-Way Herbicide Sprayer
How to Set the Valves on the Right-of-Way Herbicide Sprayer
How to Use the Brine Sprayer
- Safety Information
- Skid Sprayer Operation
It’s kinda long but so well done. The skid sprayer parts are clearly labeled and explained. Skid Sprayer Operation
- TeeJet User’s Guide to Spray Nozzles
A mere 60 pages of technical information. You don’t need to read the whole thing, but if you “want facts, not opinions” this is where you get the answers. Nobody knows spraying better than TeeJet. TeeJet Technologies Tip Chart – TeeJet chart for various tip sizes, mph and spray patterns
- Tip Sizes for John Blue Pumps
NCI sells a lot of applicators with a John Blue pump because the pumps are real workhorses. Determining tip sizes on JBDW units
You can watch these 2 videos on John Blue applicators to see different options and some how to operate information.
- Valves on a 1250 Gal Liquid Truck Applicator
This truck will do everything but crank itself and when setup correctly, you’ll be wowed by your results. However, it is complex and setting the valves correctly is your first step.
How to Set Valves on a 1250 Gal Truck Applicator