Fertilizers and other pesticides or nutrients. This pump can be driven manually or electrically, and its structure includes components such as a pump body, piston, valve and outlet pipe. Agricultural sprayer pumps can be divided into two types: manual pressure type and electric type. The manual pressure type requires manual pumping to generate pressure to spray, while the electric type uses a motor to generate pressure to achieve spraying operations.

The Agricultural Sprayer Pump is the core component of the agricultural sprayer, which is used to generate high-pressure liquid to spray pesticides, insecticides, fertilizers and other solutions onto the crop surface. Its working principle mainly includes the following steps:

The suction of liquid: The Agricultural Sprayer Pump sucks the liquid through one or more pistons or impellers and sends the liquid into the compression chamber.

Compressing liquid: When the piston or impeller moves forward, the liquid in the compression chamber is compressed and the pressure increases accordingly.

Spraying liquid: When the liquid in the compression chamber reaches a certain pressure, the liquid is sprayed onto the crop surface through a nozzle or nozzle. The shape and size of the nozzle or spray tip depend on the desired liquid spray pattern and spray area.

Circulating Fluid: After the fluid is sprayed, the Agricultural Sprayer Pump recycles the fluid and re-introduces it to the spraying system, allowing it to continue working.

The working principle of the Agricultural Sprayer Pump is to generate high pressure by pumping and compressing liquid and spraying the solution on the surface of crops to achieve the purpose of killing insects, sterilizing bacteria and fertilizing.