SoftDrop Ultra Coarse Nozzles for PWM Systems, SD110-06, GreenLeaf Technologies, Grey
- DROPLET SIZES: UC-XC
- GPM/Nozzle: .42-1.04
- Pressure Range: 20-120 psi
- Recommended Boom Height: 18-36” (with 20” nozzle spacing)
- Materials of Construction: Polyacetal, EPDM
- Color: Grey
- Use: Auxin Herbicides 2,4-D and Dicamba, PWM
SoftDrop – SD
- Designed to create extremely coarse droplets in combination with PWM systems.
Getting the right nozzle for the right product is critical when using Auxin Herbicides 2,4-D and Dicamba
Download the tabulation chart below to select the right nozzle
|Ultra course and extremely coarse droplets without air injection, perfect for all PWM systems|
|Very high drift reduction|
|Uses innovative pre-chamber creating ultra course and extremely coarse droplets|
|Integrated Cap and nozzle design|
|Nozzles are ISO color coded|
|Very good cross distribution|
|Perfect for liquid fertilizer and mixtures of liquid fertilizer and systemic herbicides|
Today most nozzles use Venturi technology to create larger droplets. However, venturi nozzles often produce poor pattern and cross distribution in combination with PWM systems. Especially when using smaller nozzle sizes it is extremely difficult to get extremely coarse and ultra course droplets on PWM systems. The innovative SoftDrop nozzles were designed to overcome this. A specially designed asymmetric chamber creates turbulence producing a spray pre-pattern with ultra coarse and extremely coarse droplets, without air injection, preventing small droplets. The SoftDrop is also excellent for liquid fertilizers and mixtures of liquid fertilizers and systemic herbicides.
Selecting the right nozzle for PWM: Nozzle Size, Pressure, Frequency, and Duty Cycle
All SprayMax, SprayMax DualFan, SoftDrop, Blended Pulse™, and Blended Pulse™ DualFan Greenleaf Technologies PWM nozzles have been designated for use with PWM systems such as Aim Command™, Capstan Synchro™, Raven Hawkeye™, or John Deere
ExactApply™ and other PWM spraying systems.
To size the nozzles, take the desired GPA rate and divide by 0.7, in order to target a 70% duty cycle. For example, if the application rate is 10 GPA, divide this by 0.70 to get 14.3. That will be the GPA to look for on the tabulation chart. If you need assistance with choosing the right nozzle for your application, please call us directly at 800-881-4832 ∙ www.GreenleafTech.com OR 270-978-3198 email@example.com