MixRite TF-25 Series Fertilizer Injector

MixRite TF-25 Series Fertilizer Injector

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MixRite TF-25 Series Fertilizer Injector

The MixRite TF-25 Series injectors are designed and intended for high water flow for fertigation, pesticide and other in-line additives.  They are not designed for strong acids, alkaline, or solvents. The TF-25 is designed for water flow up to 110 GPM and operates from 4.4 – 110 GPM.

MixRite Irrigation Water Driven Injectors

MixRite Water Driven Injectors are water powered proportioning pumps that require no electricity and deliver accurate dispensing across varying water pressure and water flow and are ideally suited for in-line injection. MixRites have numerous in-line applications, the in-line addition of fertilizer, insecticides and pesticides for agriculture and irrigation, dosing of livestock vitamins into the water supply and in-line addition of machine tool coolants and water based lubricants for metal processing plus many more.

TF-25 High Flow Features:

  • Chemically resistant nylon reinforce fiberglass body on all models
  • Stainless steel springs for durability
  • Easily replaceable wear parts
  • Higher operating range from 2.9 PSI to 120 PSI
  • Hose barbs with swivel for easy installation
  • Injection from .3% to 2.5% 
  • Flow rate from 4.4 – 110 GPM.
  • Includes inlet tubing with foot valve strainer 
Model No. Induction Rates Chemical Shut-Off
TF25-001 ON/OFF .1% to 1% Yes
TF25-002 ON/OFF .2% to 2% Yes
TF25-005 ON/OFF 1% to 5% Yes

Notes:

The TF-25 has 2” NPT threaded connection for in-line mounting.

Model TF25.001ON/OFF is for Chlorine and PAA. 

All Models include a free lip seal kit and small container of silicone grease.

MixRite injectors:

  • A true hydraulically powered injector. No electricity is required.  
  • A true proportioning injector. Automatically adjusts the rate of injection to maintain the same fertilizer proportions.

MixRite injectors come with a 1 year manufacturer's warranty.

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