Scout is Built Different.
Scout was designed from the ground up to solve the many problems faced by existing sprayers.
Take a look at a few of the ways Scout’s patent-pending design is built differently.
While other sprayers electrostatically charge their fluid in the main body housing, Scout’s electrostatic module is built right into the wand to deliver the electrostatic charge where it’s actually needed: at the point of spray.
Scout utilizes a unique 2-way poppet valve design to moderate back pressure. This eliminates the excessive dripping at the nozzle that plagues other sprayers, in turn providing responsive control to start-and-stop spraying.
Additionally, Scout’s mesh filtration system alleviates the breakdown of nylon mesh filters that occur in other sprayers.
Scout’s fluid pump is materially isolated from the main body housing which reduces vibration and noise, delivering quiet operation for all-day comfort and use.
Scout’s in-line flow sensor and electronically controlled pump deliver precise application of chemistry, track chemistry usage, and drive operational efficiency.
Scout’s point-of-spray controls can toggle Electrostatic Charge, Laser Ranging Guide, and Trigger Lock. Battery charge indicators let you know when it’s time to change your battery pack.
Scout’s patent-pending, in-field service hatch provides direct access to repair and replace critical components, enabling your team to keep Scout up and running no matter the circumstances.
Other sprayers often use rotatable nozzles. Our extensive research with end-users informed us that such a feature was actually a liability. Instead, Scout uses tool-free interchangeable nozzles with 316 stainless steel precision ground components.
Scout utilizes a 2 gallon tank designed with feet to be freestanding and includes an integrated carry handle for easy filling and transport.
Scout’s unique design is patent pending.
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Patent pending under multiple patent applications