Become a safer, more effective and more efficient sprayer operator
Thank you for your interest in Airblast101 – Your Guide to Effective and Efficient Spraying. Since its release in January 2021, more than 600 copies have been downloaded in 30 countries. Read about the book and then fill out the form to get your copy now:
- Digital copies (interactive PDF or eBook versions) are free of charge.
- Print copies are available to purchase via print-on-demand in both hardcover and softcover.
About the book
Airblast101 began in 2010 as a classroom-based workshop for Ontario’s airblast sprayer operators. It was intended as a primer and decision-support tool for operators to become safer, more effective and more efficient.
After several iterations, the first textbook edition was made freely available in 2015 as an eBook, or at cost in hard copy. It won the 2016 Canadian Agri-Marketing Association’s “Certificate of Merit” in the Special Publications Category. Well over a thousand copies of the first edition have been circulated worldwide.
Entirely reworked, this new edition explores international best practices, describes new equipment, and explains the physics of spraying. It is an invaluable resource for farmers, equipment manufacturers, researchers, regulators and educators in the field of agricultural spraying.
Air-assist sprayer design continues to evolve and diversify. With this new edition we’ve broadened the scope to include international air-assist designs, techniques and cropping systems.
We’ve kept the tone conversational and relied heavily on illustration and real-world examples to make physics and engineering concepts accessible.
Learn more about:
- The forces that influence air and spray droplet behaviour.
- Configuring any air-assist sprayer to optimize coverage and minimize waste.
- Evaluating spray coverage and improving your spraying strategy.
Please note that as of May 2021 we have uploaded a new version to correct an error on page 69 where text describing “Ultra Coarse” droplets was missing and on page 205 where the wrong units were used in the second formula.
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