The Steri-Fab continuous action sprayer, or CAS, is specifically designed to apply SteriFab at the recommended rate, which is 1500 square feet per gallon. The nozzle on the sprayer will apply at this rate only. The CAS conforms to all legal requirements and is manufactured specifically for use with SteriFab. The CAS will hold up to 48 ounces of product. This is a hand pump sprayer.
This is the Third one i've had to buy. We use this on a daily basis though. The bottle is pressurized so if you don't use it all in one use you need to depressureize the bottle by releasing the air before storing. The people I work with keep forgetting to do this and it causes the seal to break and leak after use.
Like the convenience of the quick-pump, then spray holding handle down; however, this nozzle does not put out a fine spray. I have gone through two of these spacers and the nozzle is the same. Shoots out a spray, but it's not a fine mist. More like a fine stream that then dribbles off. I found myself having to sprinkle with the sprayer. Not satisfactory. Will try a different nozzle from a regular plastic bottle sprayer to see if that works, if it fits.
How much product can the Sterifab Continuous Action Sprayer hold?
Does it spray continuously or do you squeeze it at the handle? Any additional information would be helpful.
The SteriFab Continuous Action Sprayer (CAS) will hold up to 48 oz of product. The Sterifab CAS is a small hand pump sprayer. Basically you pump it to build pressure and then hold down a trigger with your thumb to dispense the product in a continuous fine mist spray. You do not have to squeeze and release, squeeze and release the trigger like you would a squirt bottle that household cleaners come in.
Could the Steri-Fab Continuous Action Sprayer (CAS) be used to spray denatured alcohol?
We do not recommend that you use denatured alcohol/ethanol in the Steri-Fab Continuous Action Sprayer (CAS) because of its flash point. 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, so it might be used for ethanol as well.