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Chapin Premier XP Sprayer


Walt Cline - Pest Control Professional Pro Tip: "Chapin makes great sprayers. The reason I really like the Chapin Premier XP, is because it has an anti-clog filter in the pick up tube and the plunger cup. This anti-clog filter picks up particles that might clog your spray tip. Chapin pays attention to what it takes to make a successful sprayer. They have returned to the plunger cup design, replacing the o ring in the pump barrel."

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Chapin Premier XP Sprayer

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Chapin Premier XP Sprayers


The Chapin Premier XP Sprayers (# 21210XP- 1 Gallon) and (#21220XP -2 Gallon) have replaced the Chapin Premier Sprayers (# 21210 -1 Gallon) and (#21220 -2 Gallon).


Chapin Premier Sprayers have long been one of the top line of sprayers for the homeowner with several features like an anti-clog filter, 4" wide mouth opening, built-in pressure relief/release valve, brass adjustable cone nozzle, viton seals and more.


Chapin Premier XP Sprayers - 1 gallon and 2 gallon

Chapin Premier XP Sprayer - 1 Gallon #21210XP

$57.47
Chapin Premier XP Sprayers - 1 gallon and 2 gallon

Chapin Premier XP Sprayer - 2 Gallon #21220XP

$59.99

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Chapin Premier XP Sprayers #21210XP & #21220 XP

The Chapin Premier XP Sprayers (# 21210XP- 1 Gallon) and (#21220XP -2 Gallon) have replaced the Chapin Premier Sprayers (# 21210 -1 Gallon) and (#21220 -2 Gallon).

Chapin Premier Sprayers have long been one of the top line of sprayers for the homeowner with several features like an anti-clog filter, 4" wide mouth opening, built-in pressure relief/release valve, brass adjustable cone nozzle, viton seals and more.

What is new in the Chapin Premier XP Series

This new Chapin Premier XP (extended performance) has been improved with 40% more pump volume per stroke. They have replaced the O ring with a plunger cup in the pump barrel. At one time, Chapin designed the plunger cups in the original Premier Series. Chapin Manufacturing redesigned them to O rings that were less successful and have gone back to the realibility of plunger cups.

Features

  • Viton (synthetic rubber and fluoropolymer elastomer) seals in key areas like o rings. Viton resists corrosion from caustic or oil based chemicals.
  • 42" braided reinforced hose
  • Brass adjustable cone nozzle - sprays fine mist to a coarse stream
  • Fatique-Free Spraying - Metal Shut-off with a locking mechanism for continuous spraying.
  • Metal Pump Handle
  • SureSpray™ Anti-clog Filter
  • Pressure Release valve - Use for releasing pressure safety.
  • Epoxy coated zinc shut-off with 12 inch brass extension wand.
  • Poly tanks are lightweight for easy carrying and non corrosive
  • Translucent Poly tank is convenient for easy viewing of tank levels
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Additional Information

Pro Tips Chapin makes great sprayers. The reason I really like the Chapin Premier XP, is because it has an anti-clog filter in the pick up tube and the plunger cup. This anti-clog filter picks up particles that might clog your spray tip. Chapin pays attention to what it takes to make a successful sprayer. They have returned to the plunger cup design, replacing the o ring in the pump barrel.
Packaging 1 gallon & 2 gallon units
Manufacturer Chapin Manufacturing ( Model #21210XP UPC #023883212100 ) ( Model #21220XP UPC #023883212209)
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Reviews

Customer Reviews 6 item(s)

drips after you release trigger
Drips after you release the trigger.....not good!

Is there a solution?

Thanks,
Dave

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DIY RESPONSE: Dripping is an inherent problem in sprayers when the shutoff occurs at the handle. The liquid in the extension is prone to drip. Using it without the extension helps. Just screw the tip directly to the shutoff valve. Call us: 1-800-476-3368 if you need further assistance.
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Review by davo 1 / (Posted on 12/25/2014)
Room For Improvement
Just bought the Premier XP as a replacement to my 5 year old Premier. The Seal arrangement on the top was redesigned, such that the flashing left on the mold casting made it want to leak pressure when pumped up. Had to sand smooth the top surface to get it to seal, something that should have happened at the factory. The nozzle does drip after shutoff especially when tank is about empty, never could figure that out. It is better than the cheapy models, but the price makes you expect more. The replacement pump for my Premier listed same price as new XP.
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Review by PRH / (Posted on 10/6/2014)
Product work great
I lost my professional pest control person so I took it on myself to spay for cluster flies. This sprayer is good. It is better than those little garden sprayers that I use. This did overall a good job. Some of the far reaches of the height, I couldn't quite get ... when I got up to about 18'. Overall, it is quite a good product.
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Review by J Z / (Posted on 9/20/2014)
This is as good as it gets?
Disappointed at best. I've gone through several $20 department store sprayers and wanted a "quality" sprayer. After seeing these Chapin Sprayers on this website and for considerably more than the cheaper ones I wore out,.. I figured this would be my last sprayer I'd ever buy. Wrong. This was a disappointment out of the box. It was hard to determine the amount of water added because the plastic tank is not transparent. Trying to seal the large lid proved difficult because it's large size means more gasket seal to "squish" for an adequate seal. Hard to do unless you sit on the floor with the tank between your legs so you can get two hands on the lid to tighten sufficiently. Pain in the ass especially when you're sweaty and flies are buzzing around your head. Oh, the wand... yep, it leaks. I spray wettable powder insecticide and it is always clogging the hand valve. I've had nothing but trouble from this overpriced under-engineered sprayer. It went in the trash recently and replaced with a $20 job. So it last two years... at least it works.


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DIY RESPONSE: Sorry you had trouble with your Chapin. It is best to keep the tank under heavy pressure because the sprayer is less likely to drip when you do this. The large heads design is so you can clean it well and to assist cleaning the pick up tube. Generally we've had good feed back about Chapin's products, but your dissatisfaction is understandable. If you ever have an issue with a product please call us 1-800-476-3368 so we can help solve the problem. Also a good alternative to the Chapin XP in this general price range is the B&G Dura Sprayer: http://store.doyourownpestcontrol.com/bg-10pv-dura-spray-1-gallon-sprayer.
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Review by Texas Steve / (Posted on 7/21/2014)
A bit disappointed
I had 2 cheap sprayers one that needed to be replaced. The new Chapin xp sprayer drips after I release the trigger. It makes a bit of a mess when spraying a fine spray of bug killer. (The idea of the fine mist is to minimize the wetness. ) Then it drips a few times before it quits which defeats the purpose. Even my cheapo doesn't do that.
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Review by donr / (Posted on 6/30/2014)
Worth the money
Works great! Definitely worth the purchase! I've bought a couple from the hardware store and they don't compare. The Chapin XP sprayer comes fully apart for easy cleaning, pump works great, and you can adjust the nozzle to spray anything between stream and mist.
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Review by CR / (Posted on 5/16/2014)

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