NutriFlex dosing system updated

NutriFlex, Priva's state-of-the-art nutrient dosing system for plants, has been redesigned to allow for more concise and comprehensive dosage control.

The new version can now dispense as many as 10 nutrients simultaneously, along with nine fertiliser solutions and one acid solution. EC and pH values, monitored and controlled by the integrated computer, can be adjusted where necessary - a feature especially important in substrate cultivation processes.

"We utilise our experiences in designing and manufacturing tailor-made horticultural units and constantly look to drive the evolution of our systems and products," said Priva UK sales director Michael Powell.

He added: "The new NutriFlex is just the latest example of our design engineers using their expertise to extend the capabilities of our system and take growers' businesses to new heights."

New to the NutriFlex system is the option of an additional filling pump, which ensures that the entire nutrient dosage system is contained within one compact unit.

The NutriFlex is fully compatible with the Priva Integro process computer and new Connext process computer.

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