How to adjust the water pressure of an electric sprayer
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How to adjust the water pressure of an electric sprayer

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The electric sprayer is composed of a liquid storage tank connected through a filter screen, a connecting head, a suction device (small electric pump), a connecting pipe, a nozzle, and a nozzle in turn. The suction is a small electric pump, which is connected to the battery through a wire and a switch Electric connection, the battery box is installed at the bottom of the liquid storage tank, the liquid storage tank can be made into a sinking groove for holding the battery. The advantage of the electric sprayer is that the suction tube is eliminated, which effectively eliminates the pesticide It filters out the disadvantages of harming the operator and saves effort. The pressure of the electric pump is higher than that of the manual suction cylinder, which increases the spraying distance and range. The atomization effect is good, saving time, labor and medicine!

So how does the electric sprayer adjust the water pressure during use?

 1. In the water plant or water supply station, the outlet pressure is measured by the pump outlet pressure gauge or the pressure gauge on the outlet pipe. If the pressure is too high, you can adjust the pressure by adjusting the speed of the water pump, or you can adjust the system pressure by adjusting the opening of the pump outlet valve or reducing the number of running water pumps.

2. The water pump can adjust the frequency to control the speed of the water pump motor through the frequency conversion control, so as to adjust the outlet pressure of the water pump.

Domestic water is mainly drawn from rivers, lakes, groundwater, and surface water through the water pumping station of the water plant. The water plant is processed in accordance with the "Sanitary Standards for Drinking Water", processed by processes such as precipitation, disinfection, and filtration, and finally delivered through the water distribution pump station. To each user.