SOLO® 2.25 Gallon Professional Sprayer
SOLO® 2.25 Gallon Professional Sprayer

SOLO® 2.25 Gallon Professional Sprayer

SP-SOL-456

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The SOLO® 456 Professional Sprayer boasts a substantial 2.25-gallon capacity, ready to tackle the most arduous tasks. Crafted from heavy-duty HDPE, it stands strong against demanding jobs, making it an excellent choice for professionals and those with high expectations. The rugged piston pump ensures swift pressurization for efficient operation. Features effortless filling and cleaning with a spacious tank opening. Constructed from high-density polyethylene with UV inhibitors, the SOLO® 456 guarantees durability and longevity, even in outdoor and sunny conditions. This sprayer is your go-to solution for enduring and efficient chemical application.
  • Chemically-Resistant Seals: Equipped with Viton seals which is essential for handling a wide range of chemicals without compromising the integrity of the seals.
  • Easy Filling: A large 4.25-inch opening makes it easy to fill with liquids, simplifying the process and reducing the risk of spillage.
  • Long Wand: The wand included with the sprayer has a length of 28-inch, allowing for reaching difficult-to-access areas while applying chemicals.
  • Pressure Relief Valve: An automatic pressure relief valve releases excess pressure at 45 psi.
  • High Pressure Hose: Includes four feet of high-pressure hose, enabling flexibility and ease of use.
  • Nozzle Assortment: Includes an assortment of four different nozzles to suit different applications.

Additional Information

Solo Sprayer Manual (PDF)



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EXCELLENT

This sprayer works so well. My only tip is if you fill it to the 2 1/4 if it makes it more difficult to get the pressure. I typically will do a gallon at a time. I use Rosemary oil so you have to be careful and clean it otherwise the top is hard to get off. This saved both my hand and my pine tree that was infested with spiders. If have a pine that is turning brown it can be related to overwatering and then an infestation of spiders which sucked the chlorophyll out of the plant.