The Chapin Premier 1 Gallon Poly Sprayer 21210XP is part of a superior line of consumer sprayers designed to rival those used by the pros. The Premier features Chapin’s patented SureSpray Anti-Clog Filter, a large 4” opening for easy filling and cleaning, translucent bottle for ease in checking fluid level, an auto/manual high pressure relief valve, and an adjustable cone nozzle.
The Chapin Premier 1 Gallon Poly Sprayer 21210 has now been upgraded to the 21210XP. The XP stands for Extended Performance. Chapin has redesigned the pump to use a plunger cup (like what is found in industrial concrete sprayers) instead of an o-ring. The plunger cup is a more reliable part as it will not slip off as o-rings sometimes have a tendency to do.
There are new replacement parts for the new XP models. These parts are not interchangeable. Replacement parts for the original models will not fit the new XP models and vice versa.
Replacement Parts for the model 21210 XP
Replacement Parts for the original model 21210 (not XP)
THIS SPRAYER COMES WITH AN ADJUSTABLE CONE SHAPED NOZZLE. YOU CAN PURCHASE AN ADJUSTABLE FAN TIP NOZZLE SEPARATELY. PART 3-6001 Adjustable Fan Nozzle
|Sprayer Type:||Hand pump sprayer|
|Tank Size (gal.):||1 Gal.|
|Material/Construction:||Heavy duty polyethylene tank with brass wand, handle and nozzle|
|Spray Pattern:||Fine mist, cone pattern, pin stream - DOES NOT COME WITH A FAN TIP NOZZLE|
|Hose Length (in.):||42 in.|
|Wand Length (in.):||12 in.|
|Pressure (PSI):||40 psi|
|Special Features:||SureSpray Anti-Clog Filter, a large 4 in. opening for easy filling and cleaning, translucent bottle for ease in checking fluid level, an auto/manual high pressure relief valve, adjustable brass cone nozzle|
|Parts Included:||Adjustable brass cone nozzle, 12 in. brass wand|
|Manufactured By:||Chapin (UPC: 023883212100)|
Replacement Parts for the model 21210 XP
Replacement Parts for the original model 21210 (not XP)
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21 of 21 people found this review helpful:
This is not your average sprayer
By Bruce on June 27, 2010
I have bought sprayers in the past with the flimsy (plastic) wands and cheaply constructed connections. This sprayer has a metal wand, solid connections. You can tell it is made for years of use and commercial applications. I really like being able to release the pressure in the tank but just turning the little knob on top of the lid. You will love this sprayer.
16 of 18 people found this review helpful:
Chapin Premier 1 Gallon Sprayer #21210
By Deborah on December 29, 2010
I found this sprayer would constantly need tightening and adjusting at the metal nozzle, and where the metal handle is attached at the wand. It was a constant battle to control leakage and waste of insecticide. Even my husband checked these seals and brass tighteners to be sure they were put together correctly. Some part of those components are too large to keep a good seal. Felt it was also not easy to control the amount of product sprayed, both in a more concentrated stream and a wider spray without constant adjustment. Just didn't want to hold position, and would quickly get out of adjustment. We will be on the hunt for a better sprayer in one of the local home improvement stores.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful:
Looked good out of the box
By Steve on December 27, 2010
I have never needed a sprayer before and wanted functional, high quality construction without unnecessary material costs or features. I have been completely satisfied with the Chapin Premier Pro which I purchased to spray Boracare on base plates. I believe the smaller one gallon size has been an advantage for maneuverability in awkward access areas. I, too, have recognized a tendency for dribbling from the nozzle but have found two tweaks to eliminate the problem. First, if a dribble starts, I pump a little more pressure in the tank. Second, I seem to achieve an optimum spray pattern with the adjustable nozzle fractionally opened. For such a well designed and solidly constructed unit, the range of spray patterns seems limited but it has been completely acceptable for my application. I should also note that the locating tabs on the fitting for the filter tube to the tank are a little difficult to hold in position while the hose nut is tightened but a snug fit is much better than a leak. Finally, there is a swivel trigger lock on the handle which is probably intended to maintain a stream during casual upright spraying. While releasing the trigger in contorted positions, I have had the lock pinch me. This is hardly worth noting but you may want to keep tender folds of skin away from the lock at the end of a spray. In summary, after several uses, I continue to feel this sprayer is the best purchase I could have made.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful:
Chapin Sprayer Nozzle
By Elizabeth on September 12, 2010
Sprayer, wand, relief valve, handle and lid are all fantastic! However, two issues: 1) The cutoff in the handle lags, so liquid runs down the wand after you release the handle. 2) The nozzle is excellent for outdoor use, but the nozzle will not close enough to create a fan spray inside the house. The result of these two combinations, creates dribbling of residual liquid in the wand after cutoff, which in-turn pools out of the end of the nozzle. Additionally, I cannot locate a fan spray nozzle for this sprayer on this web-site.
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By Lois on May 26, 2010
This is a highly effective sprayer that does not clog up and is easy to use. Very helpful was the DoMyOwnPestControl website video that explained how to utilize a sprayer while adding a pest control powder and water to it.
Simple, but well designed and works well
By Pat on December 2, 2013
I bought two of the Chapin 1 gallon sprayers: one dedicated for outdoors (Termidor) and the other for indoors (Suspend). Both arrived in perfect condition. My first impression was underwhelming. The sprayer looks very "humble", with the hose crimped over the spray handle, and what appeared to be a pretty basic design. But after using the sprayers, I have a new appreciation for the small details that make this sprayer much better than the last one that I used. First, the pump handle is metal and the pump is obviously well designed and made--it's easy to pressurize and carry. Next, the lid--it is easy to open and close, seals well without having to be really tight, and has built in wand / sprayer clips. Third, the feed tube inside the sprayer has a small filter at the end--this is something my other sprayer did not have, and dirt and debris got into my spray handle and clogged the sprayer. Last, but not least, the pressure relief valve works great. It slowly releases the pressure without spraying any liquid. My last sprayer would spurt pesticide out of the relief valve. The all brass handle, valve, wand, and spray tip doesn't look very fancy, but it's very well made, works great, and doesn't leak or drip at all. My only complaint is that the hose is somewhat stiff. Not a big issue, but a more flexible hose would be nice. And I wish that the spray wand was longer. I find myself bending down to do cracks and crevices on the ground. I'm going to see if they sell longer replacement wants. Finally, the spray tip is a round spray pattern. I prefer a fan pattern, so I'm going to see if that is available as an add-on. Overall, a great sprayer for my needs.
By Feliciano on October 18, 2013
The sprayer construction--design was great tough construction; did have a great deal of problems when adjusting the spraying pattern that I wanted,BUT it kept Moving making me adjusting the nozzle several times. I fix the problem by Wrapping silicone tape on the treads of the nozzle(inside). I bought a FAN NOZZLE at A H/ware shop;but the fan pattern was-way to wide.
By Gaston on October 16, 2013
The sprayer mixes the product well and generates good pressure in the tank. You can't help but get a very healthy spray in mist mode but it does mist and not drip. The metal nozzle appears to be durable.
By Phil on October 16, 2013
Best I've Seen for a long while, skip the box store
Chapin Premier 1 Gal. Sprayer
By Gene on October 12, 2013
I have used inexpensive big box and discount sprayers for years. I decided to step up to the Chapin and am well satisfied. I like the fine mist pattern. I do need the nozzle that does not spray the cone shaped mist.
Did the Job
By Jeff on October 10, 2013
Used to spray for crazy ants around my yard. The sprayer is well-built with a solid brass wand. If you're spraying a large area like your lawn, I recommend getting the 2-gallon sprayer. Then, you can spend more time spraying and less time mixing.
Works Very Good
By Terry on September 16, 2013
good sprayer. great pump. pressure relief valve. works well. all brass sprayer handle and nozzle. much better than the plastic ones
Well made sprayer with a few problems
August 20, 2013
Overall I really like this sprayer. It's a bit heftier than the cheapos at the big box stores, and the pump is nice and smooth. I love the pressure release, too. Unfortunately, the sprayer nozzle is lacking. It has a fairly wide spray pattern, and although it is supposedly adjustable I found very little variation in the pattern when 'adjusting'. It also drips a lot when the trigger is released, which is a no-no when spraying herbicide. I am hoping to replace the nozzle with a better one.
For long term use, YES!!
August 5, 2013
This is not like a cheap sprayer. I already had old sprayer but the hose got jammed (melted). This chapin has thick and hard type of hose so no worry to get melt, twisted, or jammed. Prepare teflon tape for every joint....as it is metal sprayer joint need some teflon tape to prevent leaking. Pump is also made out metal. Not plastic. It works as handle too. I totally stisfy with this product. Price seems little bit high but for long term use definitely worth it.
Chapin Premier 1 Gallon Sprayer
July 17, 2013
I bought this sprayer out of frustration with the sprayers I have had in the past. I must say that I am elated at the performance of the sprayer as it works well beyond my expectations. It has a very controllable and variable print that lends itself to a wide variety of tasks.
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October 8, 2009Becky asked:
QHow far does a Chapin Premier 1 Gallon Sprayer reach?
November 24, 2009Jeff asked:
QIs this One Gallon Sprayer suitable for indoor applications? That is, does it produce a FINE mist?
AYes, we sell this Chapin Premier 1 Gallon Sprayer as an indoor/outdoor sprayer. It has an adjustable nozzle that can go from a pin stream to a heavy fan spray to a light mist.
June 13, 2011Richard asked:
QWhat is the best equipment to spray under a deck?
We have regular ants and carpenter ants. What is the best equipment and chemical to use under a large deck. Space under the deck ranges from almost nothing to about 8". Some areas under the desk can only be accessed through the spaces between the deck boards.
AYou will most likely be just fine using an ordinary hand pump sprayer such as the Chapin Premier 1 Gallon 21210. In areas where you have limited access you may have to adjust the nozzle to a pin stream and areas where you have greater access you can adjust the nozzle to a wider fan spray.
April 14, 2010Thomas asked:
QIs the Chapin Premier 1 Gallon Sprayer a diaphram type pump, that is best used for spraying wettables?
AThe Chapin Premier 1 gallon sprayer is a piston type pump sprayer that works very well for liquids and wettable powders. We have never had any complaints when using wettable powders with this sprayer.
June 20, 2010Torey asked:
QHow can I remove the sprayer handle to the Chapin Premier 1 Gallon Sprayer?
So I can change it for the chapin sprayer handle with shutoff valve, and can the handle be switch with this type of handle. Also what could I purchase for my 1 gallon premier sprayer to help it to not run off drip after Im done spraying an area.Does the nozzle need to be switch.
APlease call Chapin, the manufacturer of the sprayer at 800-444-3140 ext 2. The customer service department can help you troubleshoot your sprayer and they can tell you what parts can be changed.
February 15, 2013Dave from Kansas City, Mo asked:
QHow far can I expect the Chapin Premiere 1 Gallon sprayer to reach with some level of accuracy?
Want to be able spray under eaves without getting on a ladder. Thanks
AYou can count on the sprayer spraying up to 10 ft when fully pumped up.
October 9, 2013Joanna from Virginia asked:
QWill the Chapin Premier target small areas?
I want to use this to target small thistle weeds, using Eraser herbicide, and want to be sure it will spray very finely enough so other plants aren't touched. Can it spray about 1" in diameter without touching other plants?
AThe Chapin Premier Sprayer can be used to apply insecticides and herbicides and the nozzle offers different spray patterns. We caution treatment with post-emergent, non-selective herbicides with any sprayer around plants or other ornamentals that you do not wish to treat. We also recommend that you treat when it is not windy outside. We recommend that you speak to the manufacturer for more details at 800.950.4458.
April 23, 2013John from Columbus, Oh asked:
QIs it ok to use the Chapin Premier 1 Gallon sprayer with weed killer products?
Or, would I be best advised to use this sprayer for pest control products only? I'll rinse it out well after each use, of course.
AThe Chapin Premier 21210XP can be used with herbicides as long as you rinse it after each use.