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Tree/Turf Pro Commercial Backpack Brass wand Sprayer. Chapin's best quality backpack sprayer. Strap it on your back and get the job done fast with 4-Gallon true capacity poly sprayer.
- 4-Inch filtered opening
- Pressure gauge for maximum efficiency
- Pressure control 15-60 PSI
- In-tank removable filter
- Adjustable brass cone and fixed plastic fan nozzle
This backpack sprayer comes with a Brass Cone Adjustable Nozzle, Plastic Adjustable Cone Nozzle, and a Plastic Fan Tip Nozzle (Fan Tip is not adjustable, it is a fixed fan pattern). There is NOT a Brass Fan Tip Nozzle available for this sprayer.
|Sprayer Type:||Back pack sprayer|
|Tank Size (gal.):||4 Gal.|
|Material / Construction:||Heavy duty polyethylene|
|Spray Pattern:||Pin stream, fan, fine mist, coarse stream|
|Hose Length (in.):||48 in.|
|Wand Length (in.):||20 in.|
|Pressure (PSI):||15 - 60 psi|
|Special Features:||Brass wand, 4-Inch filtered opening for easy filling and cleaning, pressure gauge for maximum efficiency, pressure control 15-60 PSI, in-tank removable filter, adjustable brass cone and fixed plastic fan nozzle, padded shoulder straps, constant flow valve|
|Parts Included:||20 in. brass wand, pressure gauge, padded shoulder straps, adjustable cone nozzle, fan fixed nozzle|
|Shipping Weight:||12.16 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Chapin (Mfg. Number: 62000)|
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30 of 30 people found this review helpful:
Great value, well built, many options
By Astute in Morgan Hill, CA on 06/26/2011
I had one of these for 10 years, before I bought this one. I had forgot the previous one on the ground behind my truck & had driven over it :_( The current model is even BETTER than my last one. It has a pressure gauge on the handle and the pressure stays constant throughout the spraying process. So the application of chemicals is even and consistent. That results in a more economic use of the chemicals. It also has an internal pressure adjustment, to set the maximum PSI delivered to the tank. And since the piston is separate from the chemical tank, the o-rings and seals last longer (no chemical attack). Best yet - Do My Own Pest Control price matched the best price that I found on the web!
19 of 19 people found this review helpful:
Chapin Tree/Turf Pro BackPack Sprayer (#62000)
By Frank in Lancaster on 05/15/2011
Assembly was easy. I had taken adjustments in three steps. This was the first time I ever used a back pack, (empty, half then full). Very comfortable and easy to use. Was able to spray at a steady flow for inside the house. Then I adjusted the nozzle to spray 25 feet into the face aboard, we HAD carpenter bees. No more bees. An exterminator wanted $700.00 just to get rid of the bees. Now for 20% of that cost I have enough fire power to treat my home (inside and out) and all the trees and shrubs for the next five years and still be ahead of the game.
11 of 11 people found this review helpful:
By Art in Jackson Gap, Alabama on 07/26/2011
The Chapin Backpac works great. I use it for every thing. Easy clean up. Plenty of power. Would suggest others to purchase this product.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful:
A Back Saver
By in Bowling Green, KY on 06/04/2013
I purchased my Chapin Tree/Turf Pro Backpack Sprayer when my pump sprayer quit on me. I had never used a backpack sprayer before but always wanted to try one. I have three acres with several fence rows to maintain and wow what a difference. The Chapin Tree/Turf Pro is great and saves me time stopping to pump. It is ideal for larger jobs holding four gallons of liquid and is much easier on the back than a shoulder strap sprayer. It also comes with various nozzles for different spray patterns and the pressure can be adjusted for higher spraying. The only thing I have a problem with is getting it on my back. I'm in my 60's and not as agile as I once was.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful:
Chapin 62000 Sprayer, should have had it years ago
By Ted in Santa Paula, Ca on 02/17/2013
The tank has been great. Good quality. I have a bad back and the hip strap takes the weight off of your back. Pressure stays constant which makes application faster and easy. Brass wand is much nicer that my old plastic one since it is ridged. I have several acres and it has saved me lots of time over the small hand held tank that I have always used. It exposes you to less to the chemicals because you have to fill it less often than a small tank. Free shipping was nice with the tracking.
Chapin Tree/Turf Pro 4 Gallon BackPack Sprayer (#62000)
By Sam in Beverly Hills, Fl on 11/07/2016
Great sprayer. I should have purchased a couple of years earlier. I have an acre lot and this sprayer has made my life a lot easier. Less refills, performs as described and I feel like a pro. Sits on my back very comfortable. Awesome!
By H in Chandler az. on 09/14/2016
I really like my Chapin 4 gallon sprayer I save so much time. It takes about an hour to do the property It used to take around Three, I save Money by doing my own spraying And most important I know the mix is correct . I do the job every 30 days. I actually look forward to doing it .I see no ants or any crawling critters thanks much Hank Allison
By Bill in Delaware on 07/15/2016
I BOUGHT THIS SPRAYER BECAUSE WE HAVE A 1/2 ACRE PRPERTY AND I WAS TIRED OF FOOLING WITH THE PREVIOUS SPRAYER THAT TOOK FOREVER TO CONTROL THE WEEDS. THE CHAPLIN / TURF 4 CUT MY TIME TO ABOUT 1/3 OF WHAT IT WAS BEFORE. IT WORKED JUST LIKE I HAD HOPED IT WOULD.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
One Strong Arm
By Val in Louisiana on 07/07/2016
I HATE THIS SPRAYER! I had a solo backpack that finally blew up after about 12 or so years. I read the reviews on this one and decided to "step up" so to speak. I thought the CF valve was awesome and it would conserve product and get the same end results. Not the case. It seems to spray way more. I could deal with that. What I can't deal with is the constant pumping you have to do to spray. No one talked about that. It sucks! Why would you want to pump the whole time you're spraying. Most sprayers will require a few pumps and spray for a long time. Not this one. If you stop pumping it stops spraying. I just wasted $94.00 because I am going buy another Solo sprayer. THE WORST SPRAYER I HAVE OWNED!!!!!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
good sprayer - poor quality of components
By Jim in Phoenix, AZ on 06/21/2016
The unit worked awesome the first time I used it. Then I ran into problems. First, the plastic elbow connector on the spray wand stripped. I only hand tightened it so it wasn't like I used too much force on it. Then the plastic locking mechanism on the spray handle snapped. Finally, and worst of all, the holes on both the handle and the shaft where they attach enlarged from the stress of pumping, and now the unit is nearly impossible to pump. I called Chapin customer support and they are sending me replacement parts. I'm hoping that the replacement parts are of better quality than the originals. The CS rep at Chapin did say the shaft/pump handle attachment had been redesigned so I'm assuming that is a common/known issue. I'm very disappointed with initial quality. When buying a "pro" sprayer I expected better craftsmanship and durability. But I am pleased with Chapin's willingness to correct the issues and stand behind their product. DoMyOwnPestControl customer service was great too and offered to take back the unit. But, I'm going to give the replacement parts a try. I really did like how it worked the first time.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Not what I was expecting..
By Corey in Toms Brook, Virginia. on 06/01/2016
I received this product in hopes that it would do what I was looking for in a sprayer. However, this sprayer does not hold pressure. It seems like you do more pumping than spraying. I thought it was human error, but after re-reading the instructions and making sure I had everything set up correctly, it still didn't work right. Silly me, ran 1 round of bug killer through it because of thinking this would be what I wanted. Contacted Chapin though phone (left a message with no return phone call) Emailed Chapin with no reply back from them. Very disappointed in Chapin's product and customer service. This isn't a negative review for DoMyOwnPestControl (as they have been fantastic to deal with). Just disappointed with this sprayer. The only reason for 2 stars is because if this would have worked better, the capacity it held would have been perfect for what I needed.
0 of 5 people found this review helpful:
By Joseph in downingtown on 05/19/2016
I have not tries the sprayer , but I know it will be great. The only problem was that UPS left the package in the rain and the box was ruined. I am sure all is well. TY joe d
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Good backpack sprayer
By Dave in Stillwater, OK on 03/14/2016
The large opening makes it easy to fill. The folding handle makes it easy to store. The constant flow regulator will be a must on all future sprayer purchases for me; results are far more consistent with it. In general, the sprayer is reasonably comfortable to use. I have no significant complaints.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Great Product, great for any job!
By Joseph in Oxnard,CA on 10/01/2015
I been in the Pest Control Industry for over 20years, this is by far better than the Birchmeir backpacks but at a fraction of the cost. Its great being able to customize how you want your pressure set at, and also having the pressure regulator on the wand. Chapin wins with this unit. Purchase this unit you wont be disappointed.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Chapin Tree/Turf Pro 4 Gallon Backpack Sprayer (6200)
By David in Kent New York State on 08/20/2015
I have had 2 backpack sprayers from two different outlets. One was from Lowes it was the Round up sprayer. Lasted one season. The other one was from Home Depot this was a Solo. This lasted one season . I was looking on Google and You tube for a sprayer and came across the Chapin. This sprayer is best out off them all. What I like about this Chapin is the easy use off the lever when spraying and pumping. The wand is made off brass not plastic and will not leak or break under pressure when pumping. You can also fill it up to 4 gallons and spray a big area with Round Up weed killer. This sprayer will last me a good long time . If I need another new one will buy this model again. When it is on your back with Round up it is easy to carry around and pumping and the same time the straps came all put together .I have found many places selling these and found that Do My Own Pest Control was the best price and free shipping. The service is out standing. If you are looking for a good sprayer take a good look at this one .I really like this sprayer. I am not disappointed with this sprayer .It does what it suppose to do. I can't say anything bad about this sprayer just love it. Wife also loves it too so it must be good. Money well spent .
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QHow far or high does the Pro BackPack Sprayer spray (as far as pressure)? Will it reach the roof?
A The Chapin Tree/Turf Pro Backpack sprayer is like any other hand pump sprayer, it typically will only reach about 10+ feet under pressure. Probably not enough to reach your roof line. We do carry another sprayer called a Slide Pump Sprayer that will reach up to 30 feet or more. There is a video on the slide pump sprayer page that shows it in action so you can see how it works. The slide pump sprayer is the only type of non gas or electric sprayer that will reach that far.
The Chapin Tree/Turf Pro Backpack sprayer is like any other hand pump sprayer, it typically will only reach about 10+ feet under pressure. Probably not enough to reach your roof line. We do carry another sprayer called a Slide Pump Sprayer that will reach up to 30 feet or more. There is a video on the slide pump sprayer page that shows it in action so you can see how it works. The slide pump sprayer is the only type of non gas or electric sprayer that will reach that far.
06/03/2013 Betty from Ontario
QHow high does this sprayer spray? Chapin#62000
I am spraying ap[ple trees.
AMost sprayers reach will vary on the PSI. The higher the pressure and more directed spray, the further the reach. On average at the highest PSI you can reach roughly 15-20 feet away.
03/31/2013 Trish from Wjashington
QHow much does the Chapin Tree/Turf BackPack Sprayer weigh without liquid?
AThe Chapin 62000 backpack sprayer weighs about 12 lbs when empty.
10/21/2013 Eric from Phoenix, Az
QIs there a fill measurement indication on the tank for the Chapin Tree/Turf Pro BackPack 62000?
If I only want to mix 1, 2, or 3 gallons of insecticide/herbicide, are there measure/fill indicators that indicate filling to a specific line is only 1 gallon or 2 gallon, and so on?
AThe Chapin Tree/Turf Pro BackPack Sprayer #62000 does have fill lines on the back of the tank to indicate how many gallons are in the tank.
QWhat is the history of leaks for the backpack sprayer?
AWe have had no complaints about leaking on the Chapin Tree/Turf Pro BackPack Sprayer (#62000). If for some reason you do have an issue with a Chapin sprayer you purchase from us, Chapin will stand behind their products 100% and they offer really great customer service and trouble shooting to all of our customers.
06/11/2013 Nora from Redondo
QDoes the Chapin 62000 come with a battery? If so, is the battery rechargeable?
AThe Chapin 62000 is a handpump sprayer and does not require a battery.
QIs there a flat nozzle that could be used with the Chapin BackPack Sprayer 62000 that creates a narrow pattern than the one included?
AFor this model sprayer there are only the nozzles it comes with and the plastic fan nozzle only creates the one size fan pattern. Chapin has brass fan nozzles but they will not work with this unit. Incase we have missed something on available nozzles for this model, you can contact Chapin to make sure. 1-800-444-3140
QIs the pump handle reversible for lefties on the Chapin Tree/Turf Pro BackPack Sprayer (#62000)?
AYes, the pump handle can be placed on either side of the Chapin Tree/Turf Pro BackPack Sprayer (#62000).
06/06/2016 Allen from Tulsa, Ok
QRoughly how long does a full charge of pumping last? 1/4, 1/2 tank, full tank for the Chapin Tree/Turf Pro 4 Gallon BackPack Sprayer (#62000)?
I would prefer to take of a lighter backpack when it’s time to repump.
A The Chapin Tree/Turf Pro 4 Gallon BackPack Sprayer (#62000) requires that you pump continuously while you spray. This type of sprayer will not hold pressure like regular hand held pump sprayers. You do not have to take the sprayer off to pump it.
The Chapin Tree/Turf Pro 4 Gallon BackPack Sprayer (#62000) requires that you pump continuously while you spray. This type of sprayer will not hold pressure like regular hand held pump sprayers. You do not have to take the sprayer off to pump it.
07/13/2013 Robert from Visalia, Ca
QDoes the Tree/Turf pro sprayer have a place for grease to make operation smoother?
The pack is great, but it makes a creaking sound when I pump. It sounds like it's internal, plastic grinding on plastic. are there grease points to prevent this?
AWe haven't had anyone come to us with this issue before so we will suggest that you contact Chapin directly. They will be an expert on their own product and would better be able to guide you to any areas you may be able to grease. You can reach Chapin at 1-800-444-3140.
09/21/2013 Abe from Milford, Nh
QWhy does the pressure cylinder get water in it?
Water gets in the cylinder and the gage reads a certain pressure and when you pull the trigger the pressure drops fast.
AWe are not really sure what is happening in this situation. We recommend you contact Chapin directly so they can help you troubleshoot the sprayer. You can reach Chapin by calling 800-444-3140. Press 2 for customer service/troubleshooting.
08/12/2013 Roger from Spring Hill, Fl
QWill the Chapin Tree/Turf Pro BackPack Sprayer (#62000) work to spray my brick pavers ?
AThe Chapin Tree/Turf Pro BackPack Sprayer (#62000) can be used to spray just about any surface including hard surfaces.
04/06/2014 Bud from New Market, Md
QAre there replacement wands for the Chapin Tree/Turf Pro BackPack Sprayer (#62000)?
I am a full time exterminator and need a backpack sprayer that doesn't have a plastic wand. Have had bad experiences with the plastic wands cracking in the winter when time to use in the summer.
AThe Chapin Tree/Turf Pro BackPack Sprayer (#62000) does not come with a plastic wand. It comes with a 20 inch brass wand with an adjustable brass nozzle. We can always receive replacement parts to the Chapin sprayers as needed.