SOLO 1 GALLON HEAVY DUTY SPRAYER: This is our 1 Gallon Private Label built to our specifications. We have Solo build these and when it comes to quality, their German craftsmanship is second to none. This model includes an adjustable brass nozzle, a check flow filter located at the nozzle which prevents dripping when the valve is shut off and a relief valve located on the top of the tank.
The heavy duty poly tank is both UV protected and thick enough to withstand a lot of abuse (and up to 200 psi of pressure). It comes with a fixed pin stream tip, a fixed fan pattern tip and a cone jet in addition to the the adjustable brass nozzle.
WARRANTY: Comes with a full 5 YEAR PARTS WARRANTY! When a part goes bad, just make a call and get the bad part replaced free of charge!!
The spray wand is extra long, very durable and the spray handle features a “lock on” setting for continuous spraying. The handle is very comfortable in hold and operate and top of that, easy to service and repair.
This sprayer is great for most any application in and around the home and can be used to apply just about any of our products.
RELATED ITEMS: If you have a need to reach up 25′ or more, you can get our RELIEF VALVE SPRAYER CAP which essentially allows you to “mod” the sprayer so you can pump it up to reach higher pressure and in turn, spray higher.
SPRAYER OPTIONS: 2 NOZZLE 24″ BOOM 23″ – 40″ BRASS EXTENSION 60″ BRASS WAND EXTENSION PRESSURE GUAGE DRIFT GUARD
REPLACEMENT PARTS: 2″ PLASTIC SPRAY WAND BRASS NOZZLE BRASS NOZZLE O-RING ON/OFF VALVE REPLACEMENT HOSE PUMP CHECK VALVE REPAIR KIT
RELATED SPRAYERS: 6 GALLON HOSE END SPRAYER 20 GALLON HOSE END SPRAYER SOLO 1 LITER SPRITZER SOLO 2 LITER SPRITZER WITH 23″ EXTENSION HUDSON ELIMINATOR 1 GALLON PLASTIC SPRAYER B&G 1 GALLON STAINLESS STEEL SPRAYER W/8″ WAND B&G 1 GALLON STAINLESS STEEL SPRAYER W/18″ WAND SOLO STAINLESS STEEL 2 GALLON SPRAYER SOLO 425-HD BACK PACK 4 GALLON SPRAYER (DIAPHRAM PUMP) SOLO 5.6 GALLON GAS POWERED BACK PACK SPRAYER SOLO GAS POWERED MIST BLOWER TROMBONE SPRAYER 16 GALLON POWER SPAYING SYSTEM 26 GALLON POWER SPRAYING SYSTEM
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Barry Karow says
I need a replacement sprayer handle for the Solo 1 gallon sprayer because it leaks on my hand, but I can’t find any parts list here. Where’s the parts list?
I believe you need this part:
Solo Replacement Valve: https://bugspray.com/equipment/solo-parts/solo-shut-off-valve
And we have more Solo parts here:
Solo Parts: https://bugspray.com/equipment/solo-parts
Joyce Miltenberger says
Great sprayer! Hooked it all up yesterday and tried it out with water. We’re able to shoot liquid all the way up to the peak of the second floor of our cabin. Tonight we’ll fill it with Cypermethrin and soak the cabin logs. Hopefully we will discourage wasps, hornets, carpenter bees, stink bugs and lady bugs. (Or is this too much to ask??) We’ll see what happens.
Ted S. says
The unit is very well built and meets my criteria of heavy duty. My only issue is that it is difficult to make a good seal when attaching the top. It takes all my effort and even then if I pump it up well, it still leaks a little. I’m hoping that I will get the hang of it. I wish there was an easier way to tighten it. The pressure relief valve and the hose connection get in the way when tightening.
Tech Support says
No doubt the pump can be a bit tough to seal on the tank body. Unfortunately this is part of the design. Over time, this will loosen and be easier to handle. But there is a way to make it more manageable to start and easier to secure.
So to help allow the pump to seal with less effort, use some white grease or vaseline to lubricate the seal and the tank. Do this by first removing the pump assembly. Next, use a liberal amount of grease or vaseline on the threads of the tank body where the pump aseembly fits. Be sure to rub it into the grooves of the sprayer neck so its all lightly treated.
Next, place work some into the threads of the pump assembly.
Now try securing the pump to the tank and then remove it. Do this twice before actually using it. Each time you tighten it up, the lubricant will make its way into all the gaps and spots that might otherwise cause friction. This should help allow the pump to seal with less force.
Moving forward, every time you remove and replace the pump, it will continue to get easier to seal. I have owned my sprayer for over 10 years now and I think it took over a year for it to become what I would call “normal” and easy like most sprayers. But because it fits so tight, it can still seal well even after all these years. No doubt this happened because initially it was so tough to seal.
Steve Curtis says
I feel the quality of construction of this sprayer is worth every penny. My only complaint is that the material is so thick on the container that it makes it harder to see the level of fluid inside vs a thin walled cheaper model.
Someone mentioned problems with the lid sealing, I have had no issues with leaking around the lid and I am not doing anything different in my tightening/closing procedure. I don’t even torque it one bit. The blow-by valve works exactly as it should. I have had issues with those on cheaper models as well, not holding pressure or releasing too soon/won’t stay down.
The fan spray pattern is exactly what I needed and it covers extremely well. You could even paint with this thing.
I would definitely buy again.
Barb Good says
Is there a wand extender available for the 3 gallon solo roll about?
Tech Support says
We have several all varying in length. Here are links to a few:
23-40 Inch Extension: https://bugspray.com/equipment/solo-parts/solo-23-40-brass-wand-ext
24 Inch Boom “double” spray nozzle: https://bugspray.com/equipment/solo-parts/solo-2-nozzle-24-boom
60 Inch Brass Wand: https://bugspray.com/equipment/solo-parts/solo-60-brass-wand-ext
We even have another, longer one if needed.
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Harry Hall says
It sprays 30-35 feet! The tank and wand worked as advertised. I sprayed about 30-35 feet over head but be advised you must buy the cap to replace the pressure relief valve. That allows you to pump additional pressure into the tank.
jose pena says
i purchased your one gal sprayer no problems. i understand there is
a cap to replace the one with the pressure relief valve in order to increase
the pressure over the 45 psi limit – if so can you send me the information
so i can order one? – thanks
Tech Support says
We have the pressure relief valve caps here:
Valve Caps: https://bugspray.com/equipment/solo-parts/solo-valve-cap