Complete Mazzei Injector Assembly (see chart in images)
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Mazzei Chemigation and Fertigation Technology equals greater efficiency at a lower cost...
Mazzei Injectors are high-efficiency, venturi-type, differential pressure injectors with internal mixing vanes. When a sufficient pressure difference exists between the inlet and outlet ports of the injector, a vacuum is created inside the injector body, which initiates suction of a liquid or gas through the suction port.
The Mazzei Injectors require a drop in pressure and flow of 20%, which is not usually a problem.
Mazzeis are perfect for agricultural use. They work by creating a vaccum that sucks the solution into the line. Watch the Demonstration Video here!
Most importantly, do not oversize the injector! Call 1-800-345-3747 for assistance.
Ex. of Choosing Injector: 2 Acre Field with 3" Mainline to field. You hope to fertilze 1/4 acre to 1 acre at a time. Your flow is 9 gpm to 36 gpm. Using above chart, you need a 584. The 1078 would not work on your lower end flow rates.
Ex. of How you will USE your Injector: Pour dissolved water soluble fertilizer into container/bucket. Next, open 2 Parallel PVC Valves. Lastly, slowly start to close the brass gate valve. You will see Fertilizer flow up into clear tube.
Complete Mazzei Injector Assembly ready to install with your Filtration system.
The complete Mazzei Inejctor Assembly includes:
- Vinyl Tubing
- PVC Piping
- 3 PVC Flush Valves
- 1 Brass Gate Valve
** Note: 3" Manifold Assembly will only ship Freightline on a Pallet.
Dimensional Weights are shown. This is how UPS figures the weight plus dimensions of larger packages.
GENERAL FERTILIZER APPLICATION RATES:
Apply 3.5 lbs of 20-20-20 per 1,000 feet per week. Once you have fruit set, apply 5 lbs. per 1,000' of 16-3-26 with Calcium. ** If you are growing Tomatoes & Peppers, you should spray them every week with Calcium Chelate at a rate of 2 oz per 1,000 feet.
REMEMBER!! More is not always better! I have killed more with fertilizer, than I have helped!
*** Soil Tests are recommended. Ask your Local Extension Agent about leaf samples and soil samples. They can also make specific recommendations to your region.