Flows 0.1 – 30 l/min
Pressure 1 – 70 bar
The hydra-fert injection system
The unique design of the hydra-fert pump is the key to an effective fertigation pump system. This is an unconventional positive displacement pump able to operate continuously and handle a wide range of fluids which could be either corrosive or abrasive. Due to its seal-less design this pump can run dry without damage. The solid machined non-metallic pump wet ends are capable of delivering a discharge pressure to 17.3 bar (250psi)
- Positive displacement
- Can run dry without damage
- Various materials of construction
- Self priming
- Repeatable flow
- Various drive options
- Simple to install
- Simple to maintain
- Corrosion resistant polyethylene base
- Large capacity suction filter
- 3-way ball valve to enable easy flushing
- Pressure relief valve
||Electric Motor Driven
Hydra-fert conductivity controller
This unit can be matched to any hydra-fert pump. This will monitor the conductivity of the irrigation water down stream form the fertilizer injection pump. Once a pre-determined conductivity valve is programmed in, the hydra-fert pump will inject the appropriate rate to maintain this valve. These units are ideal where a variable speed drive is installed on the irrigation pump. you can also balance your PH valves. Matching a HF conductivity controller ot your hydra-fert pump will only improve fertigation efficiencies but will also improve profits.
- Tank mixing equipment
- Mechanical tank agitator
- Electrically operated impeller creates axial flow within the product tank agitating the contents.
- Tank mixing educator nozzles
Educator principles: educators use a unique venture design which enables smaller pumps to circulate large volumes of tank solution. The educator will circulate four or five liters of solution for each liter pumped. Educators are used for mixing chemicals, suspending solids, adjusting pH, “sweeping” debris or sludge toward a filter intake and many other useful applications. Standard material is glass filled polypropylene.