The main thing you want to look for, according to Jim Doring of JRCO, is how easy it will be to hook up the sprayer. JRCO’s unit is designed to quickly attach with four clevis pins. “The first thing you have to do is install a two-point hitch with two of the clevis pins,” Doring explains. “A pendant with all of the controls goes in the front, so that needs to be secured to a mount with the other two clevis pins. No tools are needed.”
Like any sprayer, spray pattern and accuracy are also important when it comes to these sprayer implements. JRCO’s unit features Turbo TeeJet spray tips, designed to minimize spray drift but allow for an even pattern.