High Pressure Full Ceramic TwinFan - TDAT
40-150 overall pressure range
60-120 optimum pressure range
50-80,000 acre estimated nozzle life (60’ boom, 20” centers)
Polyacetal body with high quality ceramic metering and pattern orifices
Most coarse and longest-wearing air-injected TwinFan nozzles.
TurboDrop® Asymmetric Full Ceramic TwinFan Nozzle (TDAT)
|Wide Pressure Range:||40-150psi|
|Wide Drift Control Range:||Most sizes Coarse up to 100 psi|
|Separate Injector (Venturi)||Comes apart by hand, easy to clean (no tools required).|
|Patented Stabilization Chamber||Even and uniform mixing of air with liquid which gives a tighter, more uniform droplet spectrum and a homogeneous spray solution across a wide operating range.|
|Excellent With Rate Controllers||Wide pressure range allows greatest speed variations.|
|Improved Coverage, Reduced Runoff||Air-filled droplets spread on the target surface rather than bouncing off.|
|Reduced Clogging||One metering orifice versus two with other twin fan nozzles.|
|Interchangeable Tip / Cap||Two spray nozzles in one. Other tips may also be used.|
|Proven TurboDrop® Technology||Over 17 Years in 40 countries.|
|Longer Wear Life||50-80,000 acres on a 60’ boom|
|Patented Pulsation Dampener||Stable, uniform spray pattern across pressure range gives good patternation and coverage.|
|Widest Variety of Applications||Recommended for herbicides, fungicides, insecticides, fertilizers, growth regulators, etc.|
|More Spray on Target||Dramatic reduction of off-target movement, even in higher winds.|
The TurboDrop® Asymmetric TwinFan (TDAT) is designed to improve coverage on vertical and angular targets while maintaining maximum drift control.
With single flat fan nozzles, the force from the travel speed of the sprayer deflects the downward oriented droplets forward in the driving direction. Coverage on the backside of the plant is minimized.
The 50° rearward spray of the TDAT is designed to overcome this effect and improve backside coverage. The 10° forward spray will provide a combination of penetration and frontside coverage.