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Shoo-fly's Master Control Unit consists of all the components necessary to operate the insecticide system (as described below). The Master Unit is capable of protecting barns with up to 80 stalls. Larger units are available.

Contact us to customize a system for your needs.

The Master Unit consists of the following: Brass Pump, 90 GPH Capacity with Viton seals. The pump is self-priming, doesn't have to be lubricated and is protected by a high-pressure safety relief valve that is pre-set by the factory.

It is virtually maintenance free. Comes preset at 240 psi. A 1/3 HP motor operates at 1725 RPM's, 115 Volts using 6 AMPs of electricity. This motor is thermally protected. Check valves, Filters, nuts and bolts used in the manufacturing of this system are high quality stainless steel and brass. Each system has a nylon hood that keeps the motor and top of the drum free of dirt. The 55 gallon drum is made from black polyethylene and will give you a lifetime of service.

Please call the office to order your Shoo-fly Master Unit or you can submit a quote request.

Products

AgriSyn

AgriSyn

$51.75

Pump Body

Pump Body

$124.00

Digital Timer Wired

Digital Timer Wired

$410.00

The Shoo-Fly system has a tremendous ease-of-use. It is easy to clean and service. If we ever have a problem all we do is contact them and they provide an immediate solution.

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