Graham Spray Equipment unveils two new lawn-spray units

November 1, 2016 -  By

gse_300unitGraham Spray Equipment rolled out its new 600-gallon spray rig and 300-gallon compact unit. The spray equipment is designed to meet the needs of lawn-spray businesses that don’t need all the capacity and features of Graham’s full-scale 600- and 300-gallon spray units, the company said.

“Some companies and independent guys who want to spray lawns don’t need all the capacity and features required for larger scale turf, tree and agriculture applications,” said Graham owner Dick Bare. “It doesn’t make sense to pay for something you don’t need. So, I’m really glad we’re offering spray units that work for their bottom line.”

In a 10-month season, Graham estimates the 600-gallon unit can generate $200,000 in revenue, based on spraying 20 6,000-square-foot lawns a day at $50 per lawn.

The new 600-gallon spray rig, consisting of the spray equipment and Isuzu truck, retails for $49,900. The 300-gallon compact unit, which fits a three-quarter ton pick-up truck and includes wheel-well cutouts, retails for $6,775.

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