FERTIGATION INJECTORS PDF

Bodie Pennisi 1 Raymond Kessler 2. Fertilizer injectors are devices used to apply water-soluble fertilizers, pesticides, plant growth regulators, wetting agents and mineral acids during crop production. They are a vital part of modern greenhouse or nursery operations. Since the introduction of injectors or proportioners, growers have enjoyed an easy time- and labor-saving method of applying liquid chemical solutions to their crops. Despite the advantages, many growers have had at least one experience with a compromised, damaged or even ruined crop where the cause was traced to a malfunctioning injector.

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Amiad hydraulic fertilizer injector is constructed from corrosion and chemical resistance materials; the unit is resistant to nearly all known chemicals presently used in agriculture and horticulture. Amiad hydraulic fertilizer injector needs no external power to operate; its linear hydraulic motor is powered by the hydraulic pressure of the irrigation system.

The injector uses this pressure as the energy source for injecting fertilizer to the pressurized irrigation lines. Water enters the hydraulic motor through the upstream Drive-water Port and exits the motor to the drain line through the Water-exhaust Port. The liquid fertilizer enters the injector through the Suction Port and is injected to the downstream irrigation line through the Injection-line.

A 25 mm drainage line should be also connected to the injector's Waterexhaust port. Not yet a member of Water Online? Register today. Sign up for the newsletter that brings you the industry's latest news, technologies, trends and products. Get the best of Water Online delivered straight to your Inbox! Sign in or Sign-up. Brochure January 4, Log In. I agree to the Terms and Privacy Statement.

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As a method of applying fertilizers and chemicals via the irrigation water directly to the crop roots, the development of the fertigation method caused a giant productivity leap in modern agriculture. No more waste of expensive chemicals, labor and machinery. No more uncontrolled pollution, unnecessary soil compress and crop damage. With the proper fertigation equipment, fertilizers can be applied together with the irrigation water so wherever the water goes the fertilizer goes with it. With fertigation fertilizer is applied only where needed, when needed and in the proper doses and quantities.

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Fertilizer injectors in irrigation system, Hydraulic injectors. For drip and micro irrigation systems. Automatic cutoff when chemical level is too low [11 Lbs]. Injector control: Manual. Injector control: No built-in control, to be controlled by a manual or hydraulic valve.

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Amiad hydraulic fertilizer injector is constructed from corrosion and chemical resistance materials; the unit is resistant to nearly all known chemicals presently used in agriculture and horticulture. Amiad hydraulic fertilizer injector needs no external power to operate; its linear hydraulic motor is powered by the hydraulic pressure of the irrigation system. The injector uses this pressure as the energy source for injecting fertilizer to the pressurized irrigation lines. Water enters the hydraulic motor through the upstream Drive-water Port and exits the motor to the drain line through the Water-exhaust Port. The liquid fertilizer enters the injector through the Suction Port and is injected to the downstream irrigation line through the Injection-line.

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