Roadside and Right-of-Way

We offer a wide variety of solutions for controlling unwanted vegetation in roadsides and rights-of-way. The overall size and design is determined by the vehicle being used and the target application area.

Whether it’s a 50 or 100 gallon skid unit for a UTV, 200 or 300 gallon sprayer for a pick-up truck or 510, 750 or 1000 gallon system for a flatbed or dump truck; we can provide the ideal solution for your needs.

We have multiple boom configurations with a wide variety of nozzles. Other options include speed sensitive rate control and hose reels for hand spraying. We will work closely with you during the quoting process to determine the best configuration for your specific needs and budget.

When trying to select a right-of-way sprayer the questions below will help guide us in create the ideal unit for your needs.

What vehicle will you be using?
This will determine tank capacity, boom mounting and overall system design.

Will you be spraying over the guide rail or just up to the guide rail?
Nozzles can be turned on and off and the angle can be adjusted from the cab console.

What is your target application rate?
You will need to know this along with your intended ground speed.

How many nozzles do you need? 
Knowing the exact areas you need to cover will help us provide you with the right boom and nozzles for your application.

Do you prefer the boom mounted on the front bumper, off the side of the bed or in the back on a Reese hitch receiver? 
We can do any one of these options, or a combination.

Do you need speed-sensitive rate control? 
Often in roadside spraying your ground speed can vary. Your system can be equipped to match your nozzle output with your ground speed to ensure a consistent rate.

Do you need GPS tracking and data logging? 
A GPS signal can provide the ground speed input and a special console can record your application and provide a map overlay.

Do you need chemical injection modules or will you tank mix your control products? 
Water only can be kept in the main tank and one or two concentrated chemicals can be injected prior to the boom.