TurboDrop® Variable Rate Fertilizer Hose Barb, TDVRHB015, Greenleaf Technologies, Light Green
- TurboDrop® Variable Rate Fertilizer Nozzle Body
- 3/8″ Hose Barb
- Commonly used on liquid fertilizer toolbars or 2x2x2/2×2 or in-furrow systems on planters
- Variable rate metering nozzle for side dressing fertilizer.
- 10-140 psi overall pressure range
- 4x flow rate range
- Polyacetal, stainless steel, EPDM construction
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|5x flow rate at constant speed||Covers the range of 4-5 TDXL nozzle sizes|
|5x speed range at consistent GPA rate||Covers a wider range of speeds|
|New airless design for wider operating range||Eliminates fertilizer spitting and improved accuracy|
|Easy to clean||Comes apart by hand (no tools required).|
The TurboDrop® Variable Rate fertilizer nozzle is designed to apply liquid fertilizer at a four to five times flow rate range to allow for varying fertilizer requirements of the target crop. It is available in a six hole streaming version (TDVRF) for use on standard sprayers, and a hose barb version (TDVRHB) for tool bars, nitrogen applicators and other dedicated fertilizer rigs.
The TurboDrop® Variable Rate may be operated from 10-140 psi, allowing up to a five times rate change at a given speed. Additionally, the TDVRF and TDVRHB can maintain a constant gpa rate over a five times speed change. The TDVRF utilizes a six hole streaming tip in order to minimize potential leaf burn while maximizing fertilizer distribution, maintaining uniformity with varying spray heights. The TDVRHB utilizes a 3/8” hose barb for ease of installation on fertilizer rigs, and acts as a variable-flow metering orifice. Check valve design keeps flow accuracy to ± 5% in all versions.
The TDVRF and TDVRHB are “airless,” providing a wider operating range, and eliminating the possibility of fertilizer spitting from the side. The TDVRC nozzle body is available as a stand alone product that can be integrated into custom fertilizer systems.