ENGINE ASSEMBLY (1). Provides the power to drive the compressor.
COMPRESSOR (2). Provides low pressure air to pressurize the formulation tank and air pressure at 90-100 psi to
discharge nozzle assembly to generate the insecticide aerosol.
NOZZLE ASSEMBLY (3). The air blast through the discharge nozzle breaks up the insecticide solution into tiny aerosol
SOLENOID VALVE (4). Turns on and off the insecticide flow to the nozzle assembly.
FORMULATION TANK (5). Acts as a holding tank for the insecticide. Tank allows the operator to carry a supply of
insecticide. The tank is maintained at a pressure less than 15 psi.
FLUSH TANK (6). Allows the operator to flush out the aerosol generator system without draining the formulation tank.
REMOTE CONTROL PANEL (7). Allows the operator to run the unit from the driver's position.
FLUID NOZZLE (1). Supplies an insecticide solution and high pressure air to the air cap.
AIR CAP (2). Directs a compressed air blast around and across the insecticide stream. This action breaks up the
insecticide stream into tiny aerosol droplets.
KNURLED RING (3). Holds the air cap securely in place against the fluid nozzle.
TEFLON GASKET (4). Provides a seal between the fluid nozzle and the nozzle body.
NOZZLE BODY (5). Acts as connecting point for the rest of the nozzle assembly, the air line, and the solenoid valve.
SOLENOID VALVE (6). Turns on and off the flow of insecticide to the nozzle assembly.
ADJUSTING NUTS (7). Allows the operator to aim the nozzle assembly in a horizontal and/or a vertical direction.
Figure 1-2. Nozzle Assembly