When it comes to choosing a lawn and garden sprayer tank, there’s a lot to consider and a lot to choose from in this broad selection. These UV-stabilized units come in a wide range of sizes, capacities, and features to meet the needs of your home or business spraying needs. These sprayer tanks include chemical-resistant units rated for liquid fertilizer and pesticides. This selection also offers a huge selection of capacities: anywhere from 1.33 gallons up to 550 gallons. Whether you need to water an atrium or greenhouse full of large potted plants or spray an orchard, very large garden, or lawn with herbicide or pesticide, you’ll find an appropriate unit here. You’ll also find sprayer tanks for spraying disinfectants in high-traffic areas where a high level of germs has the potential to accumulate. Several of the tanks here are FDA-approved for drinking water in case you need to provide it for a crowd. However, several of these tanks are suitable only for non-potable water. Be sure to double-check your choice in case you plan to use your sprayer tank for drinking water or for plants you want to water with drinking water only.
The sprayer tanks here come in horizontal, vertical, and square shapes–in barrel, round or cylindrical style, to provide the best fit for the transport vehicle you might use. Some of these tanks include legs, so you can use them on a surface versus mounting them on a vehicle. Many of the tanks here include measurement marks, so you can easily check the liquid level. These tanks also offer large or funnel openings for easy, no-mess filling and re-filling. Bottom drain openings allow you to drain and clean these units easily. Some of these tanks offer the capacity to mix liquids on exit from the tank, so they’re useful for blending water and concentrate. In terms of material construction, these tanks include chemical-safe plastic, HDPE, poly, and polyethylene. Among the brands, you’ll find in this selection of sprayer tanks are some of the most reliable on the market, including NorthStar, Snyder Industries, Chapin, and Milwaukee.