Pneumatic Electrostatic Mist Blower for simultaneously treating 3 rows/6 walls of vineyard
Hot dip galvanised basic frame
Hight flow rate (250 l/m) stainless steel centrifugal pump with special mechanical seals
Double suction, ultra high aerodynamic performance centrifugal fan (20,000 m3/hour of air at 70 m/second).
Height and width adjustable axle
Eye type drawbar, but also available with approved articulated type drawbar with mechanical stop
Electrical control of the liquid by use of a pressure-compensating device
2+2+2 stainless steel graduated scale precision calibrating valves for the distribution of all spray volumes from 50 to 2000 L/hectare, utilising one type of large 4mm, non clogging, non wearing microniser nozzle at a constant pressure of 1.5 bar.
8+8+8 (Junior) or 10+10+10 (Super) single nozzle diffusers with adjustable outlets of 80mm air inlet of 6+6+6 (Super) double nozzle with 120mm air inlet (depending on vines canopy)
Hydraulic articulation and rotation devices for in field manoeuvring and road tranfers
Available in pulled or trailed versions with 1000 and 1500L (Poly) or 2200L (SS) capacities.
Required Tractor Power:
For tractors starting from 31 kW (40 HP.)
• ELECTROSTATIC SPRAY SYSTEM •
The Martignani Electrostatic Spray System can REDUCE LOSSES THROUGH DRIFTING by 85%. It is the first of it's kind to be produced in Europe (1981) & the only one that has been thoroughly tested in several counties with evidence based, phyto-therapeutic results.
How it works
Thanks to the electrostatic fields formed between the plants, (sap, mineral salts, moisture, etc.) and the chemical mist that is sprayed from a Martignani Electrostatic Sprayer, with their special electrostatic charge, droplets that are saturated with the active principle are attracted by the vegetation (branches, leaves, etc.). Thus, dramatically reducing losses through drifting, even in windy weather.
Less loss through drifting.
Total use of the pesticide, thus even less product required per hectare.
Total coverage of even the tallest parts of the trees (where conventional mist-blowers are unable to reach) since the chemical mist that forms above the plants is attracted by these latter.
Jobs are done faster (up to 12 Km/hour).
More time saved.
Healthier plants and better quality produce.
A notable reduction in environmental pollution.
The lower risk of the operator being contaminated by pesticides (both by inhalation and by contact) is reduced by 70%.