Backpack, Gas-Powered ULV
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International Markets Only
When you need easy portability, reliable performance, rugged dependability and operator comfort in a ULV spray machine for vector control, the Guarany P-2 ULV Backpack is your answer in markets outside of the United States only.
The P-2 ULV Backpack uses the same advanced engineering and quality concepts of
our larger ULV units, yet only weighs 10.8 kgs, making it ideal for public health vector
control in small indoor and outdoor areas.
This backpack has a highly efficient spray system for ULV applications for oil and water-based products. And with features such as a low fuel consumption engine and a corrosion and UV-ray resistant insecticide tank, the P-2 is the best choice for a dependable, operator-friendly ULV backpack.
The P-2 ULV Backpack is fully compliant with the requirements of the WHO Equipment for Vector Control Specification Guidelines (WHO/HTM/NTD/WHOPES/2010.9) revised edition 2010.
The P-2 ULV Backpack comes with six different metering tips allowing for flow rates between 50 and 250 ml/min.
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