Fogmaster Jr 5330 Pest Control Fogger Yard Garden Mosquito Fly Insect Fogger
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Fogmaster Jr 5330 – Insect; Yard; Garden; Hydroponics; Home; Office Warehouse; Kennel; Barn Fogger
Small general utility fogger – 120 Volt Plug In Unit
The baby of the Fogmaster family; the Jr 5330 is constructed of corrosion resistant materials.
When a smaller or less expensive fogger is needed; consider the Fogmaster Jr
It’s easy to use. Twist the power head to detach the tank. Pour in your solution. Another half twist and you’re good to go. Slide the switch on the handle and adjust the rotary valve to adjust droplet size.
A reliable small fogger for applying insecticides; pesticides; odor control products; pet stain products; Fly control mosquito control and more.
Motor- 533010: 1/4 Hp; 120VAC 50/60 Hz; 3 Amp
Liquid Capacity – One quart [950 ml]
Chemicals – Any lightweight liquid. Nozzles can atomize both oil-based and water-based fluids.
Particle Size – 15-40 microns; adjustable.
Discharge Rate – 0-3 oz [120 ml] /min; adjustable
Power Cord; Plug – 9 ft; NEMA 1-15 [US]
Materials of Construction:
Nozzle and Housing – nylon
Tank – polyethylene
Seals & O-rings – Viton®
Tubing – fuel and oil resistant vinyl
Fittings – brass
Tank gasket – Urethane foam (standard)
Shipping Weight – Single unit: 5 lb [2 kg]
Warranty – One year
Warehouses (roaches; silverfish)
Under buildings (roaches) In restaurants (roaches; flies)
Kennels (flies; fleas)
Stables; barns; chicken houses (flies)
Food processing plants
Transportation (cruise ships; airplanes; cargo containers)