Homeowners, property managers, and pest control professionals often prefer to use insecticide concentrates as they’re easier to apply in large areas and are generally a better value for the given volume. There are a lot of pump sprayers on the market for concentrate spraying. These allow the operator to apply large amounts of insecticide with relative ease.
However, these sprayers all feature the same flaws in usage: you have to manually pump them to get enough pressure to spray, and you have to stop spraying and pump again after the pressure drops. That’s where the Green Gorilla ProLine sprayer comes in. This is a battery-powered sprayer with a smart pressure technology that ensures you’ll never have to use a hand pump again.
Design & Accessories
The Green Gorilla ProLine has the look and feel of a premium sprayer without any unnecessary complexity. It features a 1.5 gallon tank with measuring lines on the sides, a pour valve with a manual pump handle up top, and the power pack on the front of the tank. The wand holder features a built-in drip cup, which is a nice touch.
While other, cheaper sprayers on the market feel disposable, the ProLine is built to endure years of daily use. The tank itself is made of high strength, chemical and impact resistant polymer with a burst pressure rating of over 60 PSI. The Green Gorilla team tested the design by dropping it from six feet onto concrete, with no visible or functional effects. The connections are made of acetal to ensure strength and chemical resistance, and the hose features stress relief springs to protect the double-walled design even further.
The power pack is the most unique development in this new product. It’s innovate, sturdy, and easy to use. It just snaps into place and starts building pressure as soon as you turn it on. Unlike traditional powered sprayers, theGreen Gorilla ProLine pressurizes from the top to the bottom to focus on the empty space in the tank, where the pressure is actually applied.
When in use, the Green Gorilla is capable of maintaining a pressure of about 18 PSI. This is a big improvement over manual pump sprayers that vary in pressure; the Green Gorilla won’t lose pressure over time, instead providing a smooth consistent output. If you want to release that pressure — such as before opening the tank reservoir — remove the PowerPack and hold down the red pressure release valve beneath it.
Using the Green Gorilla
Before using your Green Gorilla ProLine, make sure the power pack is fully charged. Unscrew the top handle to open the tank, then pour in your diluted mixture and close the tank up again by screwing the handle back in. Take the power pack off the charger and push it into the slot on the tank until you hear a click. Press the power button on top of the power pack and the tank will start to build pressure. Once it reaches the ideal pressure and quiets down, you’re ready to start spraying.
You can use the ProLine in crack and crevice treatments or broadcast spraying, indoors and outdoors, as long as you’re following the label instructions of whatever insecticides you mixed in the tank. Unlike traditional sprayers that vary in pressure, the ProLine offers a consistent spray output over hours of use. The included extension wand has an adjustable nozzle so you can switch from a light cone misting to a strong, course jet stream. You can also swap the extension wand out for another commercial wand of your choice.
The Green Gorilla ProLine is a no-brainer for professionals and homeowners that do frequent concentrate spraying. It’s well-built, easy to use, and features a stronger, more consistent spray pressure for less effort. It’s the best way to make insecticide application easier, both on your back and on your schedule.
Green Gorilla ProLine Vi Pro 1.5 Gallon Sprayer
The Green Gorilla ProLine uses Smart Pressure Technology to precisely control pressure automatically, eliminating manual pumping. This means that your Green Gorilla professional spray system offers you a significant return on your investment by reducing spray time as much as 25%, as well as efficiently using your chemicals each and every time you spray.