The Kappa-43 HP Modular Pumping Unit features a compact frame for the pump/engine and hose reel that is separate from the tanks. MPU systems are ideal for vans, flatbeds, and enclosed body trucks. The pump/engine and hose reel are typically positioned curbside for easy access. All MPU frames have provisions for ease of bolting to the vehicle.
Standard configuration includes the MPU frame assembly, oversized suction strainer with quick flush feature, Honda GX160 pull start engine, Kappa-43 HP diaphragm pump, Hannay E1530 electric hose reel with truck wiring harness, 300 feet of 1/2" 600 PSI spray hose and JD-9C spray gun.
MPU sprayers can be customized to best fit your business needs. Upgrade options for all components are available.
Weight: 300 Lbs
Overall Dimensions: (W x D x H) 37.5" x 20.5" x 36.5"
Frame: Welded steel, powdercoat finish, gloss black
Strainer: Arag 1-½" suction strainer with built-in shut off valve, 16 mesh screen
Engine: Honda GX160 with oil alert. Air-cooled 4 stroke OHV.
Pump: Udor Kappa-43/GR HP. Three diaphragm pump with control unit with adjustable pressure regulator, Manual dump lever, dual ball valve outlets and pressure gauge. (10.5 GPM 560 PSI)
Hose Reel: Hannay electric E1530-17-18. Max capacity of 400' of ½" hose. A 6-gauge truck wiring assembly with circuit breaker and quick disconnect is also included.
Hose: 300 feet of ½" ID yellow PVC/polyurethane blended 600 PSI, yellow.
Gun: H.D. Hudson JD9 spray gun, easily adjust from mist to pencil stream
PCO style modular tank assemblies are available in 35-, 50-, 100-, 150-, 200-, and 300-gallon sizes. Tank assemblies include frame, tank, straps, and suction and agitation lines installed. Leg tanks are also available in 510-, 735-, and 1,035-gallon sizes. Added to an existing sprayer, a modular tank is an inexpensive way to increase capacity and allow for two separate spray solutions.
For systems with two tanks, 3-way ball valves are used on the suction and bypass lines to provide tank selection and inter-tank transfer. Systems with three or more tanks require a valve manifold pictured below. Liquids can easily be transfered to/from any tank.