The Gregson-Clark Eco-505 Spray Injection System allows the lawn care operator to selectively apply a pesticide on demand while making a blanket ap...View full details
Eco-505 Injection System
The complete system consists of a 9-gallon or 5-gallon tank, pumping unit, Hannay dual-line hose reel, coaxial hose and dual-trigger gun. The Eco-505 can easily be incorporated into any existing lawn care spray unit. The Eco-505 pumping unit features a built-in pressure gauge and flow meter to ensure accuracy. The specially designed 12-volt pump is fuse protected. A toggle switch turns the system on and a pressure regulator allows for precise flow adjustment.
Benefits of Using the Eco-505
Reducing Pesticide Cost — Rather than blanket applying chemicals to control a pest problem that only exist in a portion of the turf area being treated, you can now apply pesticide only where it is needed. Current users are experiencing up to a 50% reduction in pesticide use.
Efficiency — As opposed to currently walking back to the truck for a hand sprayer to make spot treatments, you now have the pesticide available at the spray gun. Since the only effort required to make a spot treatment is to pull a second trigger, you can easily prevent costly call-backs. Also, if you are currently applying a granular fertilizer followed by a weed spray, you could eliminate "double passing" your lawns by making a single liquid application.
Environmental Responsibility — With the Eco-505 you can practice Integrated Pest Management or IPM. You will be applying pesticides only where they are needed. This simple detail can and should be communicated to your customers and community. Differentiate yourself by practicing Integrated Pest Management. Your customers and community will appreciate your environmental consciousness.
Calibrating the system is simple and is based on knowing your current application rate in square feet per minute and the desired rate for the product you are using.
Because the Eco-505 operates at a very low volume, you will most likely need to refill the fertilizer tank long before the injection tank needs to be refilled.