Mist Blowers

Enhance your crop protection and pest control efforts with our range of Mist Blowers, offering both 4-stroke and 2-stroke models to suit diverse agricultural needs. These mist blowers are designed to provide efficient and targeted application of pesticides, fungicides, and other crop protection agents. Let’s delve into the key features of each type:


4-Stroke Mist Blower:

  1. Engine Type: Powered by a 4-stroke engine, providing a reliable and fuel-efficient operation.
  2. Fuel Efficiency: 4-stroke engines typically consume fuel more efficiently than 2-stroke engines, reducing overall operational costs.
  3. Low Emissions: Generally, 4-stroke engines produce fewer emissions, contributing to a more environmentally friendly operation.
  4. Durability: The 4-stroke engine design often leads to increased engine life and durability, requiring less maintenance.
  5. Smooth Operation: 4-stroke engines tend to operate more smoothly, providing a consistent and stable power output.
  6. Versatility: Suitable for a variety of crops and applications, providing versatility in pest control efforts.

2-Stroke Mist Blower:

  1. Lightweight: 2-stroke engines are generally lighter, making the mist blower more portable and maneuverable in the field.
  2. High Power-to-Weight Ratio: Despite being lighter, 2-stroke engines can offer a high power-to-weight ratio, providing robust performance.
  3. Simple Design: 2-stroke engines have a simpler design with fewer moving parts, leading to ease of maintenance.
  4. Quick Start: Typically, 2-stroke engines start more easily, requiring fewer pulls to get the engine running.
  5. Compact Size: The compact size of 2-stroke engines allows for more convenient storage and transportation.
  6. Cost-Effective: Generally, 2-stroke mist blowers are more cost-effective in terms of initial purchase price.