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Nozzles | Drag hoses

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Single and multiple nozzle bodies

The nozzle bodies with integrated diaphragm non-return anti-drip valves fit up into the boom profiles reliably preventing any dripping at the nozzle. Self-adjusting bayonet fixings ensure a tool-less quick nozzle change. The triple or quad  nozzle bodies are suited to frequent nozzle changes due to different applications and crops. Nozzle protection tubes, as standard on the outer sections, or, if desired, over the entire boom working width, ensures protection for long injector nozzles and multiple nozzle bodies. Injector nozzles (ID, TTI) have a relatively coarse droplet spectrum and are particularly versatile with regard to their field of application. A pressure range of 2 to 8 bar is possible. If coverage quality is at the foreground of the application, the use of standard or anti-drift fine droplet nozzles, such as XR or AD, is recommended. Special care is required here due to the tendency to drift above 3 bar. A good compromise is provided by the modern ID-K or Airmix compact injector nozzles. These have relatively little drift, but do not have too coarse a droplet spectrum and are operated at 2 to 4 bar. When it comes to special coverage qualities the double flat fan nozzle is an interesting alternative. The AVI Twin from agrotop also produces droplets that are not too fine. The split spray pattern ensures a more even deposit on the front and back of the plant and and is an interesting alternative in many applications. For speeds greater than 10 km /h, the TD HiSpeed nozzle with its asymmetrical spraying angle is becoming a new industry trend.

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Less drift also at higher wind speeds

With the air-assisted injector nozzles, crop protection agents can be applied with very little drift. They are universally usable in all crops and all classifications. Because of the coarse droplet application, these nozzles can also be used in higher wind speeds. Nozzle protection tubes on the outer sections, or, if desired, over the entire boom working width, ensure protection of the nozzles. AMAZONE offers the agricultural sector a wide range of nozzles from agrotop, Lechler and TeeJet.

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Operator-friendly liquid fertilising

In conjunction with the AMAZONE boom, a separate drag hose kit for risk-free late fertilising is available. The selfcontained aluminium profiles can be attached with a few hand clamps. Stainless steel weights help keep the position of the drag hoses within the crop. For the coarse droplets distribution of liquid fertiliser AMAZONE offers multi-hole nozzles (3, 5, or 7 hole).

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Electric boundary nozzle switching

Additional nozzle switching: In order to extend the normal working width, an asymmetrical nozzle can also be switched on. This is particularly useful if the distances between tramlines are not precise enough. End nozzle switching: If a one metre buffer zone around the edge of the field needs to remain unsprayed due to distance constraints, end nozzle switching can be used. Boundary nozzle switching: For precision border spraying between two sensitive crops, the boundary nozzles can be used to make sure the spray pattern is accurately defined.

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WindControl - Calm conditions at the touch of a button

The effect of the wind on the spread pattern can be permanently monitored and automatically compensated for by WindControl. A high-frequency wind sensor mounted on the machine records both the wind speed and the wind direction and transmits this information to the job computer.

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