The B&G Versafoamer HH is a hand pump foamer based on the 1 gallon stainless steel sprayer tank from B&G. It features a 6" curved tip that is perfect for treating behind wall voids or behind and underneath cabinets, etc. B&G is the standard in professionalism and in the pest control industry, with its heavy-duty construction, afforability, portable, reliability, and ease of use. Foaming solution is required to produce foam and is sold separately. The Versafoamer cannot be used as a sprayer, it is only a foamer, though the product's parts are interchangeable with other standard B&G parts.
Commercial & Residential: Indoors & Outdoors (Wall Voids and Drains)
* See Manual for complete application instructions
Tank Size (gal.)
Material / Construction
Stainless Steel Tank
Wand Length (in.)
Just hand pump and foam Great for wall voids and drains Stainless steel tank Heavy-duty construction Excellent for termites, ants or small flies Portable and easy to use No adjustments, makes great foam every time Most parts interchangeable with standard B&G parts
For those asking about converting the foamer into a sprayer, it can be done easily. The foamer creates foam by adding air into the flow stream. On this foamer it is done by holes added to the siphon tube above normal fluid levels. Simply change the siphon tube to a normal siphon tube that is used on the b&g sprayers. Then all that is required is to upgrade the wand however you prefer.
I expected more from B&G there is no way to control the air mixture so foam is very inconsistent. It spits and sputters instead of making a thick foam. Only good for the smallest of jobs. I would not recommend this unit. I will end up converting it into a standard sprayer.
How do I interchange a B&G Versafoamer HH to a B&G sprayer?
I read that the B&G 1 gallon foamer can be interchanged to a B&G 1 gallon sprayer. I want to know the parts I have to buy to do it.
According to B&G, the Versafoamer cannot be changed into a sprayer. Some of the seals and hoses are interchangeable from the B&G sprayer and foamer but you cannot change a sprayer into a foamer nor a foamer into a sprayer.
I'm reading that you need a foaming agent for a foamer, so foamer is not an insecticide?
Unless otherwise noted most insecticides must be mixed with a foaming agent such as Profoam if you wish to use the insecticide in a foaming applicator. Profoam is not an insecticide it is only a foaming agent.
Is this sprayer designed for using gasoline diesel and ethanol
I need a sprayer for starting fires using E-77 ethanol. Are the seals designed for this?
We do not recommend that you use gasoline or ethanol in any sprayer because of their flash points. We did speak to the manufacturers of the two lines of sprayers we carry and both said that while they cannot truly recommend a sprayer for your needs because of liability issues, some professionals do use the Chapin 3.5 Gallon Concrete Sprayer 1949 to spray diesel fuel.