2.5 Gallon Main-line Dispensing System (9.4 liter)
Got an area you need to fertigate that’s 500 square feet to 1 acre in size? One of our Main Line models is what you’re looking for. EZ-FLO’s Main Line systems attach to your irrigation system so fertigation is automatic and convenient.
These “set and forget” systems are built to last without maintenance. They’re made big so you’ll only need to refill them once in a blue moon. They’re engineered to be strong so you won’t have to worry about cracks or leaks from static water pressure.
Once you fill a Main Line model up with liquid or water-soluble fertilizer, all you need to do is set the ratio of fertilizer to water, and that’s it! You’ll never have to worry about fertilizer proportions ever again.
Main-Line systems are designed to be attached to your irrigation system. They are engineered to handle static water pressure even when your irrigation system is off. When operating, the systems do not cause any measurable pressure loss.
Standard Capacity systems come in four sizes. The size of the tank determines the refill frequency. Larger tanks can feed larger landscapes thereby extending refill times. Conversely, if you refill more often, larger landscapes can be fed with a single system. EZ-FLO also supports nursery and grower applications with our High Capacity and Engineered systems.
Not just healthier, better looking plants. EZ-FLO systems also provide a range of financial benefits for businesses.
The EZ-FLO High Capacity Main-Line range covers three horizontal models and four vertical models to give you ultimate placement possibilities – from situated in a large underground valve box to the back of the pump shed. We also have a range of light-commercial models, suitable for smaller applications.
Virtually any type of liquid or water-soluble fertilizer or liquid product can be used in an EZ-FLO unit
In normal operating conditions, the EZ-FLO requires no maintenance.There are zero moving parts to wear out and no electrical components. EZ-FLO units work using existing water pressure from your system.
Consistent and Accurate Metering – other systems can deliver dangerously high levels of fertilizer or chemicals in the first few minutes, and then drop below the ideal feeding range for the remainder of the application cycle. With EZ-FLO, your landscape receives consistent micro-doses of fertilizer or nutrients which is proven to be the best way to feed your plants.
Adjustable Feed Rates – Various precision settings enable you to achieve desired feed rates for just about any fertilizing or control situation. Micro-dosing also eliminates the chance of “burning” your plants or staining buildings or walkways. Most other systems are difficult to adjust or are non-adjustable.
Automatically Adjusts to Pressure and Flow – Since there are no moving parts, there is no pressure loss when using our system. EZ-FLO systems can proportion on a little as 0.53 gallons per hour flow at only 5 PSI (35 kPa) water pressure. This makes EZ-FLO particularly useful on irrigation systems with low water pressure, on long piping runs or when installed on a low-flow drip or other subsurface irrigation zones. It, however, is also rated to 80 psi + hence suitable for high-pressure systems as well. Most other systems do not adjust automatically or have a wide flow range as EZ-FLO.
Availability of Products – EZ-FLO can use a full line of organic, natural and synthetic fertilizers as well as supplements (bio-stimulants, mineral supplements and surfactants) in landscape and grower applications through our recommended supplier links . These products are available a la carte.
Ease of Use – No pre-dilution of water solubles required. No annual maintenance. Longer service life. Fewer refills for the equivalent size property. Greater landscape coverage available ( 1.32 to 86 gallons units)
EZ-FLO systems can be used with all sprinkler and spray heads, micro-spray heads and drip and subsurface options without the need to adjust the system for zones with different end devices (i.e. spray heads vs. drippers).
EZ-FLO adjusts automatically to water flow in any zone even if there are different pressures present in that zone. For example many drip zones have pressure reducers in order to protect the dripper heads.
Competing systems do not have the same ability to easily address these different flow and pressure attributes with a single unit.