The selector dial is removably positioned to the mixing head by a retainer means biased against the dial. The Satellite mobile dispensing system offers a low-cost, portable means of accurately diluting concentrated cleaning products for use in mop buckets, sinks, auto scrubbers, tanks, and other containers. The orifices are adapted to intersect a fluid passageway extending from a fluid container to a mixing chamber used for mixing selected amounts of fluid from the container with water entering the mixing chamber. Assignors: BEAL, GLENN I., HAUGER, HARRY L. Assigned to GILMOUR MANUFACTURING COMPANY. Disc 23 is within housing 26. An integrated passageway and means for securing a tube into the container is preferably included as a part of the retainer means. For example, for the largest dilution ratio (1 Tsp/gal) cavity is 0.020" wide and 0.062" deep while for the smallest dilution ratio (21 Tsp/gal) cavity 85 is 0.20" wide and 0.020" deep. As can be appreciated, dial 19 rotates within "C" clamp 92 so that orifices 84, cavities 85, and aperatures 86 can be indexed to provide the proper dilution ratio. Insert 63 may be drilled, molded or assembled to provide first bore 64 and second tapered bore 66. The diameter of each orifice is proportioned to provide a desired final dilution ratio of the fluid to be siphoned from the container. The basis of operation of virtually all such unit sprayers is Bernoulli's principle. a. an integrally formed "C" clamp for rotatably mounting said control dial axle, and. 5 is a bottom plan view of the retainer means. Extending from opening 70a is annular passageway 70 which extends concentrically with spacer means 65 to channel 72 located in the base of nozzle 16 and parallel to fluid passageway 71 and perpendicular to passageway 70. Scott's Miracle-Gro manufactures the Ortho Dial 'N Spray hose-end sprayer to take the guesswork out of premixing lawn and garden concentrates. Multiple ratio sprayers provide ratio variation by either selectively proportioning the size of the opening in the passageway that extends from the container to the mixing chamber or by varying the size of the air vent opening which controls the siphoning of the fluid from the container. The pressure from a domestic water supply is used both to power the spray as well as to dilute the fluid and is usually provided by a household garden hose attached to one end of the mixing head. 4a is a top plan view of the selector dial; FIG. On and off functions are finger-tip controlled using a trigger on the spray gun. Said spacer means is spaced apart from the inner wall of the nozzle portion to define an annular passageway therebetween and includes a straight portion between the tapered channel and outlet. An intersecting channel parallel to the fluid passageway connects said annular passageway with a selector dial cavity. While the present invention will work satisfactorily with water pressures between 20 and 80 psi, it is more preferable to maintain the pressure at between 40 to 60 psi. Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars, based on 6 reviews 6 ratings. Hi Alex, We do not recommend using this type of sprayer with Wet & Forget because it will dilute our product too much. Use a hose-end sprayer that can be adjusted to provide a dilution ratio of about 2,0 fl. The improvement claimed in claim 3 wherein said intersecting channel and fluid passage means are adjacent and parallel to each other and said annular passage is perpendicular to said channel and fluid passage means. Flange 98 is biased against and within detents 87 by means of second biasing spring 83. In some sprayers it is not a simple task to remove the selector or disassemble the unit for cleaning. The improvement in claim 1 wherein said fluid inlet comprises an opening spaced apart from said mixing chamber. Green Garden will build a custom sprayer to your specifications for flow rate and dilution ratio. Water is supplied to the mixing chamber through a first and second spaced apart nozzles, an annular channel extending from between said nozzles to an intersecting channel adapted to communicate with a cavity associated with an orifice intersecting said fluid passageway. Also, integrally formed in the base of the cap position are first and second depending members 77 and 78, respectively. Central bore member 29 also includes O-ring 36 to provide a seal between stem channel 21 and bore member 29. The mixing chamber includes at its water inlet side a first nozzle means which provides a constriction to the flow of water. Product Title Ortho Dial N Spray Hose End Sprayer,red - 0841010. Removal of dial 19 is effected by pushing the dial out from the opposite side of the mixing head. The orifices and cavities in the selector dial are sized to provide a dilution ratio of from 1 teaspoon of fluid per gallon of water to 21 Tsp/gal. 3A is a sectional elevation of the water valve; FIG. Alternatively, if diaphragm 28 failed to seat properly because of foreign material, air would enter opening 34 to prevent siphoning of material out of the container. Expired Application number DE8383902784A A valve is positioned within the mixing head to control the flow of water reaching the mixing chamber. See Hose-end Sprayer Directions below if this product is packaged in hose-end sprayer. A hose-end sprayer is a container/sprayer nozzle combination tool that allows liquid products to be mixed with water right at the end of a hose. Our team recommends you to start with a 1 oz. The Hudson 2100 is an inexpensive hose end sprayer from a company that specializes in manufacturing spraying products for consumers and professionals. 5). Whichever Scotts. Retainer means 91 (see FIG. By opening the water valve positioned in the mixing head, water is permitted to flow through the mixing chamber. Retaining means 91 also includes indexing flange 98 (FIG. Accordingly, it is an object of the present invention to provide a multiple ratio hose-end sprayer having a multiple fluid orifice selector dial which is easy to remove for cleaning, but precisely alignable in operation to provide accurate dilution ratios. Most hose-end sprayers have only one dilution ratio. Concentrically mounted to annular guide 44 is closure sealing means 46 and "O" ring 47 mounted in front of guide 44. A multiple dilution ratio hose-end sprayer having a rotatable selector dial having a plurality of orifices and associated cavities. of liquid and air, of powder and gas with means, e.g. In the "closed" position, guide 44 is adjacent to, but does not abut, interface 41 of valve chamber 39 and front portion 38. Generally, the present invention comprises a mixing head having a mixing chamber for dilution of a chemical fluid with water. Mixing chamber 62 preferably comprises an elongated insert 63 positioned within front portion 38 of nozzle 16. Reply. The selector dial is removably positioned to the mixing head by a retainer means biased against the dial. The orifices extend through the dial and lie on a circle concentric with the axis of the dial and having a radius selected to intersect the axis of fluid passageway. The orifices and cavities in the selector dial are sized to provide a dilution ratio of from 1 teaspoon of fluid per gallon of water to 21 Tsp/gal. 4. FIG. 3) by a partial vacuum created in the hose. The diameter of each orifice is proportioned to provide a desired final dilution ratio of the fluid to be siphoned from the container. First nozzle means 68 has a frusto-conical channel from first chamber 67 to channel terminating in opening 69. Basically, such units are relatively simple and inexpensive, using the domestic water pressure from a garden hose to power the spray. Dial the Mixing Ratio The Ortho Dial 'N Spray emits about 2 gallons per minute of water and concentrate combined, at 45 pounds per square inch of pressure. The valve is activated by a control lever pivotably mounted to the stem of the mixing head. Second depending member 78 is cylindrically configured to contain second retainer biasing spring 83. Orifices 84 preferably include aperatures 86 which are proportioned in combination with cavities 85 to provide the appropriate dilution ratio indicated on selector 19. The HydroFoamer and HydroSprayer offer easy automatic dilution with convenient control of where and how solution is applied. Brush or sweep the surface with the grain (if necessary). Flow Adjustability: The most brilliant hose end sprayer comes with adjustable flow and stream control. The improvement claimed in claim 3 wherein said mixing chamber includes insert means spaced away from said spacer means to permit fluid from said passage means to enter said mixing chamber, said insert including a first diametered bore and a tapered bore which extends to substantially the discharge end of said sprayer. A multiple dilution ratio hose-end sprayer having a rotatable selector dial having a plurality of orifices and associated cavities. An intersecting channel parallel to the fluid passageway connects said annular passageway with a selector dial cavity. Preferably, inner surface 96 of holding means 93 is tapered to accommodate tube 97 which compressively fits within and extends into container 18. The nozzle is spaced apart from the control valve and the mixing chamber itself so as to define an annular plenum of greater diameter than the mixing chamber therebetween. Dial 19 is inserted into the side of mixing head 11 so that axle 88 spreads the arms of "C" clamp 92 which snaps around the axle when completely inserted. 7. by suction, pressure or dissolution, a carried liquid from the container to the nozzle the carried liquid and the main stream of carrying liquid being brought together downstream of the container before discharge, R. M. SMITH, INC., P.O. 4b is a bottom plan view of the selector dial; FIG. HydroFoamer and HydroSprayers are hand held, hose-end chemical dilution proportioners that are easy to use! R. M. SMITH, INC., P.O. Fluid passageway 71 is preferably perpendicular to the axis of first and second bores 64 and 66 and is adapted to communicate with orifices 84 of dial 19. Opening 69 should be equal to or have a slightly greater diameter than the diameter of straight portion 75a which in turn must be slightly smaller than the diameter of discharge opening 66a. While the manufacturer and what appears alot of landscapers seem to say never do it, I feel like it would be important to still put out the proper dilution ratio for a hose-end sprayer. Concentrically mounted to annular guide 44 is closure sealing means 46 and "O" ring 47 mounted in front of guide 44. With reference to FIGS. Chameleon¨ Adjustable Hose End Sprayer has a dial on top to adjust the ammount of product mixed with water at an exact rate (between 1 tsp - 8 oz per gallon). Because of the difference in diameter in the first and second bores, a partial vacuum is created in the fluid passageway causing the fluid in the container to be siphoned into the mixing chamber for dilution with the water. In a presently preferred embodiment the dilution ratios are fixed by the size of cavities 85. First retainer spring 82 biases retainer means 91 against dial 19 and the bottom of nozzle end 16. Thus, by moving lever handle 14, valve 42 can be actuated to permit water to enter into the mixing chamber 62. 8. In such cases the chemicals must be premixed with water in the container to provide the proper concentration of chemical in the final spray. 4a and 4c. Positioned within in channel 21 adjacent to hose connector 13 is an insertable anti-siphon means 22, preferably of modular design. Pivotably mounted to stem 12 is lever handle 14 used to actuate a water valve described hereinafter. Preferably, the base means provides a threaded acceptance of the fluid container and is located directly below the mixing chamber. 8 "O" ring 99 and "O" ring 101. The proper ratio will depend on your weed control goals. Bifen it hose end sprayer setting. Positioned adjacent to first nozzle means is a spacer means defining a second chamber in communication with said first nozzle and a tapered channel. BX 486 SOMERSET, PA 15501, ASSIGNMENT OF ASSIGNORS INTEREST. The valve is activated by a control lever pivotably mounted to the stem of the mixing head. ft, because that is how people normally do it. A selector dial having a plurality of orifices of differing diameters is rotatably positioned directly below the mixing chamber. Housing 26 is retained within hose connector end 13 by means of hose washer 27. Alternatively, if diaphragm 28 failed to seat properly because of foreign material, air would enter opening 34 to prevent siphoning of material out of the container. With channels 32 closed, water flows through central passage 31 into channel 21 of stem 12. Detach deflector to create a direct spray and reach second story. Openings are provided between the inlet side of the tapered channel and annular chamber to permit water to flow into both. Illustrative of prior art multiple ratio sprayers are U.S. Pat. 2 and 4) and retainer 91 (FIG. by hand; Apparatus comprising containers fixed to the discharge device using carrying liquid for feeding, e.g. Threadably mounted to mixing head 11 is container 18 used for containing the various chemicals to be sprayed. The HydroFoamer and HydroSprayer offer easy automatic dilution with convenient control of where and how solution is applied. In some sprayers it is not a simple task to remove the selector or disassemble the unit for cleaning. CHANGE OF NAME (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS). Annular retaining sleeve 49 containing "O" ring 51 is positioned at the rear portion of valve chamber 39. Multiple ratio sprayers typically do not require chemical premixing and directly provide the desired concentration of chemical in the spray. Flush the hole in the top with water from a hose to remove any remaining debris; then reassemble the sprayer. 10. Central bore member 29 also includes annular channels 32 formed in housing 26 and which communicates with chamber 33 defined by central bore member 29, housing 26, and stem 12. In both cases, a multiple orificed selector, such as a rotatable wheel or slideable stem interposed in the passageway or vent, is used to select the dilution ratio. Preferably, inner surface 96 of holding means 93 is tapered to accommodate tube 97 which compressively fits within and extends into container 18. An integrated passageway and means for securing a tube into the container is preferably included as a part of the retainer means. Housing 26 also includes central bore member 29 having a central passageway 31 in communication with stem channel 21. Mixing head 11 includes nozzle portion 16. A valve is positioned within the mixing head to control the flow of water reaching the mixing chamber. Welcome to inquiry and order Hose end foamer sprayer, Max input pressure 85psi, 2.8 liters, mixing 12:1 to 128:1. Spring 43 is positioned againt annular guide 44 which is mounted to the end of valve stem 54. In general, the mixing head is connected to the chemicals in the container by means of a siphon tube which extends from a mixing chamber into the bottom of the container. Hose off thoroughly with water. MONTEREY GARDEN INSECT SPRAY may be applied with trigger sprayer, hand-held, backpack, or hose-end sprayers. The basis of operation of virtually all such unit sprayers is Bernoulli's principle. For example, for the largest dilution ratio (1 Tsp/gal) cavity is 0.020" wide and 0.062" deep while for the smallest dilution ratio (21 Tsp/gal) cavity 85 is 0.20" wide and 0.020" deep. As can be seen from FIG. Spray the test area with simple water and note down the time to cover the test area. The orifices are adapted to intersect a fluid passageway extending from a fluid container to a mixing chamber used for mixing selected amounts of fluid from the container with water entering the mixing chamber. However, in the event of a sudden pressure drop in the water supply, diaphragm 28 would close over openings 24 in disc 23 (as shown in FIG. Walk at a slow to normal pace moving your wrist side to side enough to spray a 6-8 wide swath over the lawn (or gardens). Multiple ratio sprayers provide ratio variation by either selectively proportioning the size of the opening in the passageway that extends from the container to the mixing chamber or by varying the size of the air vent opening which controls the siphoning of the fluid from the container. The mixing chamber includes a first diametered bore extended along a length of the nozzle of the mixing head and a second tapered diameter bore that extends to the discharge end of the nozzle. "O" ring 47 prevents the flow of water into the mixture chamber. The nozzle opening from said second nozzle being smaller than the discharge opening for the sprayer, but preferably equal to or smaller than opening from the first nozzle. A fluid tight seal is maintained between fluid passageway 71, orifices 84 and opening 94 by means of a FIG. With reference to FIGS. Positioned between fluid container mounting means 74 and nozzle 16 is selector dial 19 (FIGS. Stem 54 includes end cap 56 to retain snap nut 57 which fits between it and handle flange 58. We specialize in providing our customers with hose-end applications for a range of liquid and granular products. Each cavity may be proportioned together with the orifice to provide the desired dilution ratio. Hose off thoroughly with water. The control valve is preferably positioned adjacent to the entrance to the mixing chamber. 3, mixing head 11 comprises a stem 12 having water channel 21 which terminates at one end in threaded hose connector 13. Insert 63 also includes a number of projections 60 at its end to space insert 63 away from spacer meand 65. FIG. The improvement claimed in claim 4 wherein the size of each cavity is proportioned in cooperation with the diameter of the aperture of each associated orifice. The water pressure forces open diaphragm 28 and presses it against shoulder 37 of housing 26 to sealingly close annular channels 32. A fluid tight seal is maintained between fluid passageway 71, orifices 84 and opening 94 by means of a FIG. 5). In that case, any contaminated fluid from the mixing chamber would drain into the annular channels 32 and chamber 33 for discharge through opening 34. Turn the garden hose valve fully counterclockwise to obtain the greatest force of water. To get the right coverage with RM43, you need to have the right dilution and the right volume of spray, and you also need to move at the right speed. 3A is a sectional elevation of the water valve; FIG. Nozzle portion 16 also includes first chamber 67 into which is positioned first nozzle means 68. Insert a garden hose into the rear of the sprayer. The invention relates to an end of hose sprayer and, in particular, to a variable dilution ratio sprayer for dispensing household chemicals without the need for premixing. No mixing, no measuring, no mess. Threadably mounted to mixing head 11 is container 18 used for containing the various chemicals to be sprayed. Mixing head 11 includes nozzle portion 16 having spray deflector 17. Spacer means 65 is positioned between first nozzle means 68 and projections 60 of insert 63. 4a is a top plan view of the selector dial; FIG. 2. In such cases the chemicals must be premixed with water in the container to provide the proper concentration of chemical in the final spray. Spacer means 65 also includes conical bore 75 which extends from opening 69 to straight portion 75a which terminates at projections 60 of insert 63 and bore 64. A number of commercially available sprayers do provide for multiple dilution ratios. Water passes to a mixing chamber in the mixing head via a channel positioned in the stem of the mixing head. The improvement claimed in claim 1 including first nozzle means and a spacer means having a conical channel in communication with the first nozzle means and terminating in a straight channel, said straight channel being in communication with said mixing chamber, both of said means having positioned ahead of the mixing chamber, said spacer means being spaced apart from the inner walls of the mixing head to define an annular passageway therebetween which is in fluid communication with said first nozzle means and said intersecting channel, said straight channel having a diameter less than the discharge outlet of said mixing chamber. In addition to varying the size of cavities 85, aperature 86 or orifices 84 can also be varied. ITS DILUTION SETTINGS ARE BY TABLESPOONS AND TEASPOONS PER GALLON OF WATER. Other advantages of the present invention will become apparent from a perusal of the following detailed description of a presently preferred embodiment taken in connection with the accompanying drawings. 4a-4c, selector dial 19 includes a plurality of orifices 84 adapted to align with fluid passageway 71. DirtMechanic. In a multiple dilution ratio hose-end sprayer having a mixing head containing a mixing chamber which includes a sprayer discharge outlet, a means for connecting a water source to said mixing head for supplying water to said mixing chamber, a means for securing a fluid container to said mixing head, passage means for conveying fluid from said container to said chamber and control means for varying the flow of fluid from said container to said chamber, the improvement therein comprising: a. said mixing chamber being in fluid communication with a fluid inlet means smaller than the sprayer discharge outlet; b. a rotable control dial having a plurality of orifices and associated cavities, said dial being rotably mounted adjacent said mixing head, said orifices and cavities being positioned on circles concentric with the axis of the dial which intersects the axis of fluid passage means for fluid communication between a selected orifice and said passage means, said cavities being positioned on the surface of the dial adjacent to the mixing head and in communication with said associated orifice; c. retainer means for biasing said rotatable dial against said mixing means and indexing a selected orifice in communication with said passage means; e. an intersecting channel extending from ahead of said mixing chamber to communicate with the cavity of the associated orifice indexed in communication with said passage means. PATENTED CASE, Owner name: Located at mixing chamber 62 at the entrance to first bore 64 is fluid passageway 71. Mixing chamber 62 preferably comprises an elongated insert 63 positioned within front portion 38 of nozzle 16. Impregnated wax bars – wipers 6. 1. 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SPRAYING OR ATOMISING IN GENERAL; APPLYING LIQUIDS OR OTHER FLUENT MATERIALS TO SURFACES, IN GENERAL, SPRAYING APPARATUS; ATOMISING APPARATUS; NOZZLES, Spraying apparatus for discharge of liquids or other fluent materials from two or more sources, e.g. Safer application method, 2017 Messages 4,289 Reaction score 3,721 Location Birmingham Alabama Hardiness Zone Country! 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