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Fully effective in the dosing and control of fertilisers and other additives
Traceability in agricultural production
Proportional dosing and PIQ control in the dosing by conductivity control of fertilisers, plant protection products and growth regulators in intensive horticulture, allow crop factors to be comprehensively controlled. pH control helps stability and effectiveness of nutrients such as Phosphorous and Iron, at the same time helping the maintenance of emitters (drippers, micro-sprinkles) and the uniformity of the irrigation system. Control of injected products allows valve to valve inputs and their cost to be known and certified.
Reuse of leachates in hydroponic crops
If allowed by salinity and tolerance conditions of the varieties, drainage waters from hydroponic crops may be treated to be used in the same or different crops again. Peroxide disinfection and nutrient reintegration through conductivity control allow the utilization of water and nutrients that otherwise would be lost.
Water treatment for the preparation of plant protection liquids
The use of low pH waters helps the effectiveness of many plant protection products, allowing the concentration applied for the same purpose to be reduced. This water pH may be controlled through the dosing of nitric or phosphoric acid in a proportionally controlled way or through a pH sensor.
Drug dosing in livestock
Proportional drug dosing in farms allows water consumed by each animal to be proportionally and continuously supplied. Periodical mixing in a small tank ensures the homogeneity of the injected product.
The use of electromagnetic dosing pumps allows these treatments to be performed at low energy costs without needing pressure in the network for operation.