B&G Equipment is widely known in the pest control, sanitation, lawn & garden, landscape, and agricultural sectors as the most reliable manufacturer of sprayers and spray equipment.
Since 1949, B&G sprayers have become the first choice for professionals, setting the standard for quality and durability. No matter the application, our chemical sprayers deliver consistency across the board.
What started with the iconic Primeline Sprayer (commonly known in the pest control industry as ‘The B&G sprayer’) has expanded into a complete line of pest control, vector control, industrial, and disinfection equipment. Choose from a wide variety of multifunctional plastic sprayers to our metal sprayers.
What sets B&G Equipment apart from our competition is the fact that all B&G sprayers are entirely field-repairable. This allows you to quickly troubleshoot, fix or replace parts, and get back to work.
Created from a need for better spray equipment, B&G offers both plastic and metal tank sprayers. You can count on B&G to equip professionals with a complete line of sprayer accessories that are dependable, easy to repair, and versatile. This allows professionals to select the ideal sprayer and spray equipment for the application and formulation needed:
B&G sprayers are widely used for small quantity liquid applications. Professionals in various industries trust our sprayers to make precise chemical applications. B&G sprayers are commonly used with insecticides, herbicides, disinfectants, sanitizers, and industrial chemicals.
Born from expert engineers with a passion for craftsmanship, B&G sprayers were originally designed and constructed to serve the pest control market. Known for their durability, B&G sprayers are used for chemical applications worldwide in the following industries:
B&G sprayer tanks vary in size depending on the model sprayer selected. We offer handheld sprayers such as the AccuSpray Elite outfitted with a reduced 1 L tank size for easy spot treatments. While sprayers such as the Primeline offer interchangeable tank sizes, ranging from ½ gal tanks up to a 3 gal tank capacity. This gives professionals a diverse range of usage for their spray equipment.