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8 Best UTV Sprayers of 2022 – Reviews & Top Picks

man using Master Manufacturing SSO-01-015A-MM Spot Sprayer

man using Master Manufacturing SSO-01-015A-MM Spot Sprayer

A UTV sprayer attaches to the back of a UTV, ATV, or even a garden tractor. It offers a more convenient and powerful alternative to a backpack sprayer, with models that offers up to nearly 30-gallon capacity and some with coverage of up to 30 feet. To facilitate their use in an ATV, they include straps to affix them firmly in the vehicle and they include hoses that reach from the tank to the wand, typically at least 10 feet in length and quite often as long as 15 feet. For the ultimate mobile use, they can include an in-line switch which makes it possible to switch the pump on and off without having to get off your seat.

The sprayer is powered by a battery, straps to the back of the vehicle, and different models have different consumption rates and coverage levels. Popular manufacturers include Chapin, Master, and NorthStar. To help ensure that you get the best UTV sprayer for your next weed spraying or fertilizing job, we have compiled reviews of eight of the best. Choose according to your budget, but also according to the specifications and features of the models on the list.


A Quick Comparison of Our Favorites in 2022

Rating Image Product Details
Best Overall
Winner
Master Manufacturing SSO-01-015A-MM Spot Sprayer Master Manufacturing SSO-01-015A-MM Spot Sprayer
  • 2 GPM spray rate
  • 12V wire harness
  • 25’ x 30’ coverage
  • Best Value
    Second place
    Master SSD-03-009B-MM Spot Sprayer Master SSD-03-009B-MM Spot Sprayer
  • Weighs 12 lbs
  • Decent range for a small unit
  • Cheap
  • Premium Choice
    Third place
    Chapin 97500 25-Gallon Dripless Deluxe Sprayer Chapin 97500 25-Gallon Dripless Deluxe Sprayer
  • 25-gallon tank
  • 70 PSI pressure
  • 2 GPM spray rate
  • Precision Products TCS25 Spot Sprayer Precision Products TCS25 Spot Sprayer
  • 25-gallon tank
  • 15ft hose
  • Cheap
  • Ironton 99914 ATV Spot Sprayer Ironton 99914 ATV Spot Sprayer
  • 8 lbs weight
  • 4” tank lid for easy filling
  • Cheap
  • The 8 Best UTV Sprayers – Reviews

    1. Master Manufacturing SSO-01-015A-MM Spot Sprayer – Best Overall

    The Master Manufacturing SSO-01-015A-MM Spot Sprayer is a cost-effective spot sprayer. It is a 15-gallon tank, which is relatively small, and a consumption rate of 2.2 gallons per minute means that you can drain the tank in less than 10 minutes, but the adjustable spray gun gives a vertical range of 25 feet and horizontal coverage of up to 30 feet.

    The 15-foot hose that leads to the spray gun means that you can spray from the comfort of your UTV seat and without having to keep getting up. The tank is UV resistant polyethylene, which means that you can spray at any time of the year without fear of the tank rupturing or corroding. The poly tank can be used to hold herbicides, pesticides, disinfectant, or water. Although this isn’t the cheapest spot sprayer on the list, it includes features like tank walls that have easy grip ridges for more convenient movement and a 12V wire harness that enables you to quickly and easily connect the sprayer to your battery.

    The 12V diaphragm pump is also high quality and durable, although there have been some problems with the hose detaching from the wand because of a poor fit, but this model is backed by a two-year warranty on the pump and components. Overall, we think this is one of the best UTV sprayers available this year.

    Pros
    • 2 GPM spray rate
    • 12V wire harness
    • 25’ x 30’ coverage
    • Reasonable weight
    Cons
    • 15-gallon tank

    2. Master SSD-03-009B-MM Spot Sprayer – Best Value

    Master SSD-03-009B-MM Spot Sprayer

    The Master Manufacturing SSD-03-009B-MM Spot Sprayer is a smaller version of the SS0 above. It has a 9-gallon tank and 1 GPM pump coverage, which means that it will need refilling roughly every 10 minutes of use. The 12V diaphragm pump will spray 18 feet vertically and 20 feet horizontally, and it has the same tank grips and 12V wiring harness as its bigger sibling. The SSD won’t reach as far, or hold as much liquid, as the SSO, but it is cheaper, and if you have relatively minimal requirements, it offers a cost effective and efficient method of spraying. It is also lightweight and easy to move around, weighing just 12 pounds and being the lightest UTV sprayer on our list. While weight might not seem important, because your UTV will be doing most of the heavy lifting, you do still need to get the tank on and off the UTV. If it’s too heavy, or impossible to lift, it will make cleaning and clearing it more difficult, too.

    While the Master Manufacturing SSD is cheap and suitable for those looking to treat a small area, it won’t be suitable for those looking to cover more ground because it will need regular refilling. This makes it the best UTV sprayer for the money.

    Pros
    • Weighs 12 lbs
    • Decent range for a small unit
    • Cheap
    Cons
    • 9-gallon tank
    • 1 GPM capacity

    3. Chapin 97500 25-Gallon Dripless Deluxe Sprayer – Premium Choice

    Chapin 97500 25-Gallon Dripless Deluxe Sprayer

    The Chapin 97500 25-Gallon Dripless Deluze Sprayer is expensive, but it has a large 25-gallon tank that should enable you to cover a large area before you have to stop and refill. The tank is chemical resistant and its 5-inch-wide opening makes it easy to fill. It’s wide enough to allow you to mix liquids inside the tank, as well.

    The 12V diaphragm pump operates at a capacity of 2.2 gallons per minute, which means you can spray for around 13 minutes before having to fill up. A pressure gauge means that you can ensure an even coverage everywhere you spray, and the 15-foot hose lets you spray from your seat, so you don’t have to keep stopping to get out and spray plants, walls, floor, or other surfaces.

    The kit includes 15-foot ratchet straps that ensure a secure fit to the back of your ATV or other multipurpose vehicle. The Chapin is expensive, but it has a large capacity tank, a drip free wand design, and it has some unique features like a wide opening and pressure gauge that make it suitable for professional, commercial, and extensive use.

    Pros
    • 25-gallon tank
    • 70 PSI pressure
    • 2 GPM spray rate
    • 5-inch opening
    Cons
    • Expensive
    • Horizontal range is only about 15’

    4. Precision Products TCS25 Spot Sprayer

    Precision Products TCS25 Spot Sprayer

    The Precision Products TCS25 Spot Sprayer has a 25-gallon tank, although a 15-gallon model is also available. The tank has a drain plug, so it is easy and convenient to empty when you’ve finished.

    The sprayer operates at a rate of 1.8 gallons per minute, which means that you will get good coverage before having to refill the tank. The 60 PSI pressure means that this model won’t reach as far as some of the more powerful alternatives, but it does have a 15-foot hose which means that it can be used from the seat of your vehicle. The length of the hose is important. It determines how flexible the use of the device is. If the hose is too short, your movement will be restricted, and you might not be able to house the tank at the rear of the UTV while you sit at the front.

    The Precision Products model is really affordable, and its combination of decent tank with relatively low consumption, means that it can be used to cover a large distance. However, it doesn’t have the same range of coverage as other units, which means that you will have to get closer and you may struggle reaching taller areas, so look at different models if this is what you need.

    Pros
    • 25-gallon tank
    • 15ft hose
    • Cheap
    Cons
    • 8 GPM
    • 60 PSI

    5. Ironton 99914 ATV Spot Sprayer

    Ironton 99914 ATV Spot Sprayer

    The Ironton 99914 ATV Spot Sprayer is a small sprayer with a 5-gallon capacity and 1 GPM efficiency. While it is light and convenient, attaching to even the smallest of UTVs and ATVs, its small tank means that you will have to refill often if you want to cover anything but a relatively small area. The unit includes 8ft wire harness with battery clamps so it can be easily connected and disconnected from your vehicle’s battery.

    The polymer tank is designed to withstand UV rays and can work safely with herbicides, feed, and other liquids. An in-line switch allows you to easily turn the sprayer on and off from your seat. The pressure of the Ironton 99914 ATV Spot Sprayer provides coverage of 12 feet vertically, and 20 feet horizontally. This kind of coverage makes the sprayer suitable for watering, because it allows you to get right to the back of beds and also allows coverage up trees, and it is also useful for cleaning walls and garage or house exteriors.

    The Ironton 99914 ATV Spot Sprayer is a cheap alternative to larger models, but it is restricted by its small tank. If you only need to cover a small area, then it is easy to fit and convenient to use.

    Pros
    • 8 lbs weight
    • 4” tank lid for easy filling
    • Cheap
    Cons
    • Small 5-gallon tank
    • 12’ x 20’ coverage from quite weak unit

    6. Guide Gear ATV Broadcast and Spot Sprayer

    Guide Gear ATV Broadcast and Spot Sprayer

    The Guide Gear ATV Broadcast and Spot Sprayer is a 26-gallon UTV sprayer. It uses 2.2 gallons per minute, while the 70 PSI means that it covers 30’ x 19’, which is a generous area. The tank is made from extra thick polymer and is UV and chemical resistant. This sprayer can be used for feed, herbicide, pesticide, or water.

    The 15-foot clear hose allows good coverage over a large area and it has a remote switch and 12V battery clips. All of the spot sprayers on our list are powered using the battery of your UTV, which means that they need to connect quickly and easily. This is usually done via a simple connector. You will want to ensure that there is plenty of give in the wire so that it can stretch from the rear of the machine, where the tank is usually housed, to the front, where the battery is seated.

    The Guide Gear ATV Broadcast and Spot Sprayer has a large tank, covers a decent area, and it will keep running for ten minutes or more of continuous spraying before it needs refilling. However, it is one of the more expensive options on the list, and unless you regularly spray large areas, it will probably be more than you actually require.

    Pros
    • 26-gallon tank
    • 2 GPM
    • 30’ x 19’ coverage
    Cons
    • Expensive
    • Heavy

    7. NorthStar ATV Boomless Broadcast and Spot Sprayer

    NorthStar ATV Boomless Broadcast and Spot Sprayer

    The NorthStar ATV Boomless Broadcast and Spot Sprayer is a pricey but powerful spot sprayer. It has a 26-gallon tank and delivers liquid at a rate of 2.2 gallons per minute. The 70 PSI pressure means that this model can cover a similar 14’ x 20’ to the Guide Gear spot sprayer above.

    The NorthStar has a very generous 7.5-inch tank lid, that not only makes it easier to fill the tank with your chosen herbicide, pesticide, or feed, but actually allows room for you to open the lid and stir the contents. Some herbicides, pesticides, and feed need to be mixed with water or with other liquids before use. You can mix in a separate bucket, but even when you do this, it is likely that the liquids will start to separate and you will need to stop in order to give them a quick mix. With a narrow tank lid, it can be difficult to get any kind of stirring implement in.

    The tank itself has carrying handles, which are useful because this is not a light tank by any means.

    Pros
    • 26-gallon tank
    • 2 GPM
    • 14’ x 20’ coverage
    Cons
    • Expensive
    • Heavy

    8. Happybuy Spot Sprayer

    Happybuy Spot Sprayer

    The Happybuy Spot Sprayer is a low power sprayer but with a decent capacity. The sprayer has a 16-gallon tank but only delivers its contents at around 0.4 gallons per minute. This means that you will get minimal distance from the spray, but it does mean that you can spray for 40 minutes or more before having to refill the tank.

    You don’t always need a high power spray, and if you only need to spray a few feet away from the front of the UTV, having a device that fires three times this distance means that you are unnecessarily using power and spray. Something like the Happybuy Spot Sprayer, with more modest spray power, is suitable, for example, for spraying the plants around your front and rear yards.

    The tank is made from high-density poly plastic, which is UV resistant and will withstand chemicals. This means that the sprayer can be used for water but also for herbicide, pesticide, and some other chemicals. It can be used to clean walls and garages, as well as to feed and fertilize plants and trees.

    Pros
    • Long spray time before refilling
    • Poly tank
    Cons
    • Only 16-gallon capacity
    • Weak pressure
    • Not that cheap

    Buyer’s Guide – Choosing the Best UTV Sprayer

    A UTV spot sprayer will usually attach to the rear of a UTV, ATV, garden tractor, or other small all-terrain utility vehicle. It has a pump, which pumps water through a hose and out of a wand nozzle. Such a device can usually be used to water plants, but also to apply herbicide, pesticide, and feed. It may also be used to dispense cleaning fluid to clean the outside of property and other surfaces. When buying a UTV sprayer, consider the following features.

    • Tank Capacity – Tank capacity is the amount of liquid that the sprayer will hold. Larger tanks offer the benefit that they will not need refilling as often, but they are also heavier and more cumbersome. A tank with too small a capacity will be very inconvenient when you have to stop every ten minutes to refill it. Finding a balance, and taking consumption into account, is important.
    • Liquid Consumption – The tank should list a liquid consumption rate, measured in Gallons Per Minute. This is the amount of liquid that the device will spray in a given minute. A higher consumption means that you can deliver more liquid in a shorter space of time, potentially finishing the job sooner, but it also means that you will need to refill the tank more often. Consider that a 15-gallon tank would take 10 minutes to empty at 1.5 GPM.
    • Pressure and Reach – Another important measure of a tank’s capability is its pressure, which is measured in Pounds per Square Inch, or PSI. The higher the pressure, the more power the liquid is sprayed at. Some manufacturers out higher pressure to use with a longer liquid hose, while others increase the distance that the liquid will fire. The reach, when provided, is measured in feet and manufacturers will show the horizontal and vertical distance that the liquid can reach. If you have to cover a lot of ground that you can’t traverse on your UTV, you will need more horizontal reach. If you need to spray upwards, for example up walls or up trees, you need greater vertical distance.
    • Hose Length – The hose length is the amount of hose that connects to the tank at one end and the spray nozzle, in your hand, at the other. Longer hose is more convenient, but it requires more power to be able to get the liquid all the way down. A shorter hose will usually result in greater coverage but is less convenient. At the very least, the hose needs to stretch from where the tank will be placed to the front of the UTV so that you can hold it and use it. Ideally, it should have a little slack so that you can move around and direct the spray more easily.

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    Conclusion

    UTV sprayers are a convenient alternative to backpack and carried sprayers. They can be expensive, although the cost varies according to the model,  but they can deliver water, herbicides, pesticides, and even cleaning fluids at distances of up to 20 feet away without you having to get off the vehicle while you work. The models available do vary greatly in their power, the distance they will cover, and even the length of hose that they include. Do ensure you choose the model that best matches the job at hand, or you could be left with a useless and expensive UTV rear ornament, or something that won’t even fit on your vehicle.

    We have compiled reviews of eight of the best UTV sprayers so that you can find the one that best fits your project and your requirements. The Master Manufacturing SSO-01-015A-MM Spot Sprayer offered the best combination of cost and power, while its smaller sibling, the Master Manufacturing SSD-03-009B-MM Spot Sprayer costs even less and, while it has less power than the SSO, it will have more than enough for a lot of potential buyers.

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