Back Pack Sprayer

I live/work on a ranch and need to do a lot of spraying.  Tired of carrying around a 2 gallon pump up sprayer.  Was thinking about getting a battery powered back pack sprayer since it's easier to distribute the weight across your shoulders/back.  The boss (my lovely bride) says whoa you can't do that it will mess with your pacemaker.

Can't see that it would but wanted to bounce it off folks that have had there pacemakers longer than I have.

They are basically a battery operated pump.  Would this be an issue?



should be fine

by Tracey_E - 2021-07-22 18:10:24

Depending on how your pacer is placed, it may or may not be comfortable but it's safe. 

Seconded, should be safe

by chrysotile - 2021-07-25 03:04:07

That area's my cuppa tea, a battery one could theoretically cause enough interference if it used a certain kinda motor and it was right up against your implant. Other than that, between how small any possible arc could be and the human body's ability to dissipate EM noise it's next to no problem.

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