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Portable Thermal Fogger IZ-150A

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Portable Thermal Fogger IZ-150A
 
 
     
 
MAIN SPECIFICATIONS
 
 
Power of operating 18.9kw / 25.7hp / 16,500Kcal/h
Length 1,200mm
Width 325mm
Height 365mm
Weight 8.5kg
Proper voltage DC6V
Chemical tank capacity 7ℓ
Fuel tank capacity 1.5ℓ
Fuel consumption 1.5ℓ / H
Spouting chemial quantity 20ℓ/H(max 60ℓ/H)
Cooling system air-cooled
Spouting particle size 5~30Micron(μ)
Portable Thermal Fogger IZ-150A
 
     
 
PRODUCT FEATURES
 
  1. Double purposes (Water based solution & Oil based solution)
2. High performance
3. Light weight
4. Easy to operate and maintain
5. Combustion pipe made out of special stainless alloy excels in resisting heat and erosion
6. Our own making engine excels in power
7. IZ-150A is ideal for use in fogging industrial,public place and residential areas.
8. Newly developed our machine proved ultra-particle state through spouting particle size of 5~30 microns(μ)

 
  <Summary of user’s manual according to the components>  
 

1. Fill the fuel tank with gasoline to the 80% of its capacity.
2. Fill the chemical tank with only needed amount of chemical(diesel+chemical at the rate of the rule)to the 80% (about 6L) of its capacity.
3. Press start switch for 2 or 3 seconds. (When the engine makes sound and fuel goes up from fuel tank to the fuel nozzle,the power comes on)
4. In case of not working, push the air pin on the fuel tank cap, and press the start switch for several times to remove the over fuel.
then close the air pin, and press the start switch again.
5. After preheating 10 seconds open the chemical cock and chemical control valve, Then it starts spouting the fog.
6. After use, close the chemical cock first, and make sure that no chemical comes out. Air button push and the engine stop.
7. After the machine is turned off open the chemical tank cap to remove the air
※ If the engine stop during spraying.
.....
1) It makes fire in the spray pipe.
..... 2) Close the chemical valve.
..... 3) Push the start switch → engine working
..... 4) Put out the fire.