HD4000 Battery-Powered Backpack Sprayer

Did you purchase a sprayer from us, but you’re not sure how to operate it? Do not worry! This guide will help you troubleshoot the problem and get your sprayer up and running in no time.


What’s In The Box?
The following are included when purchasing an HD4000 Battery-Powered Backpack Sprayer:
  • Accessory bag
  • Wand in cardboard sheathing Unit Full-color manual Extended warranty card
    What Are The Parts Of The Hd4000 Battery-Powered Backpack Sprayer?

    The HD4000 is a battery-powered backpack sprayer that is perfect for applying herbicides, insecticides, and other pesticides. It has a wide range of features that make it a great choice for pest control professionals and homeowners alike. The following are some of the key parts of the HD4000: 

    The HD4000 Battery-Powered Backpack Sprayer has two lids - a small and a big one. The big one is used to pour solutions, while the smaller one contains a measuring cup with graded lines on the side to help you measure your solution. 

    Removable Filter 
    The removable filter is used to strain your liquid as you pour it in. This will keep any unwanted objects from getting into the tank and clogging up the nozzle. 

    Backpack Straps 
    The backpack straps on the HD4000 are made from durable fabric and have a built-in cushioning system, which makes them comfortable to wear for extended periods of time. They also have a built-in waist belt, which helps distribute the weight evenly across your body. 

    The translucent tank on the HD4000 holds 4 gallons of liquid, which is enough to cover a large area. It also has measurement markings that show you at a glance how much liquid is left in the tank. 

    Control Panel 
    The control panel on the HD4000 gives you easy access to the red-rocker on/off switch, the spray adjustment dial, fuse compartment, and the charging port.  

    The red-rocker switch gives you an on or off option, giving full spray pressure when turned on. On the other hand, the silver knob allows you to dial the pressure up and down. You’ll be hearing a click when you turn the dial on or off. Make sure that you only use one of the switches and not turning them both on at the same time.  

    The battery on the HD4000 is a 12-volt, lead-acid battery, which provides plenty of power for extended use. It also has a built-in charge indicator, so you can easily track its level of charge. 

    What is Included in the Accessory Bag?
    The following items are included in the accessory bag: Valve Handle The valve handle is adjustable and has a simple trigger lock for steady, pump-free spraying. Nozzles The PetraTools HD4000 Battery-Powered Backpack Sprayer comes with six different nozzles for various nozzles. These include: Orange Cone Nozzle - can reach 8-10 feet with a soaking shower. You can also adjust it for a finer mist. Double Misting Nozzle - lets you cover a large area with a medium-fine mist Single Misting Nozzle - has a very fine mist, perfect for flower beds or indoor greenhouse plants. Fan Spray Nozzle - this delivers a nice, even, and wide fan of liquid which is perfect for green grass paint or mulch paint. Brass Nozzle - this nozzle is like a garden hose, which you can adjust for a strong jet of liquid (15 feet). Straight Stream Nozzle - Works just like the nozzle but is better for a more caustic Plumber's Tape The HD4000 backpack sprayer also comes with a roll of plumber tape. This is to ensure that there are no leaks in between the wand, valve handle, and hose. Charger The backpack sprayer comes with a charger with a lead-acid battery, so you can know when it is fully charged. Set of Spare Gaskets, O-Rings, and Fuse The backpack sprayer comes with a set of spare gaskets, O-Rings, and Fuse, in case you need to replace any that are worn out.
    How to Assemble the HD4000 Battery-Powered Backpack Sprayer
    If you are unsure where to get started, follow these simple steps when using your HD4000 Battery-Powered Backpack Sprayer for the first time. Connect Your Preferred Nozzle to the Wand Attach the desired nozzle to the wand by twisting it securely. Nozzles are available with a variety of spray patterns for different applications. You can also buy a multi-nozzle kit that will allow you to quickly switch between nozzles. Connect the Wand to the Handle Locate the wand connection on the bottom of the handle. Align the wand and handle and push them together until they lock in place. This will allow you to easily control the direction of the spray. Connect the Handle to the Hose Connect the hose to the top of the handle by pushing it on until it clicks into place. You can now use the on/off switch on the handle to turn the sprayer on and off. Pour Your Solution Into The Tank Through The Filter Remove the cap from the tank and fill it with your desired solution. Be sure to use a funnel to avoid spills. Replace the cap and tighten it securely. Rotate The Silver Pressure Adjuster Clockwise To Your Desired Pressure Amount Turn the silver pressure adjuster on the tank clockwise to increase or decrease the pressure. Be sure to release the pressure before you start spraying by turning the adjuster counterclockwise. Start Spraying! Press the wand release button and pull the wand back. Then, hold down the trigger and start spraying. Release the trigger to stop spraying.