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Inject-or Logo w HandlairPneumatically transfer small volumes

of dry flowable products:

 

  • Fertilizer
  • Herbicides
  • Drying Agents
  • Trace Minerals
  • Feed Ingredients

The Inject-or insures that all of the micro-components are delivered from the unit’s hopper into a mixer, tank, or other receiving point.

Fertilizer Impregnation System

One of the most popular Inject-or applications is a fertilizer impregnation system for fertilizer plants.  This system allows you to gently blow dry herbicides, drying agents and trace minerals into your mixer without the need to shut down.  The products are conveyed by air through 2″ carbon or stainless steel tubing directly into your mixer with loss from spilling or dust.  Batches will be discharged in 30 seconds to four minutes quickly and easily with no spills or loss of product.

 

Load from 500 to 800 pounds per batch (depending on product density)

The complete Inject-or System, blower package and plumbing fitting and controls are made of carbon steel that is steel-grit blasted, primed and top coated with a hard polyurethane paint.  All stainless steel construction is also available.  Installation is quick and easy.  All tubing and elbows are flush mounted and connected using bolted compression couplers.  The blower has inlet and outlet silencers for quiet operation, an anti-reverse flow product check valve, and an easy-to-read pressure gauge.  The system is simple and requires very little maintenance.  Units are typically installed in 3 to 5 hours while the plant is running.

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Safety

Safety Notice – Important – Read This!

Entering a bin, silo, tank or other type of storage structure is hazardousWorking in and around bins, silos, and tanks
Entering a bin, silo, tank or other type of storage structure is hazardous. You can suffocate and die from the materials stored inside these structures. There also may be explosive, harmful or poisonous gas or dust in the air. A vac operator and all other personnel assisting should strictly adhere to the procedures outlined in “Bin, Silo, and Tank Entry Procedures” before entering a storage structure. For additional details regarding these procedures, reference OSHA Standards.

When entering grain tanks, bins, and silos, also follow these tips – “Bin Entry Do’s and Don’ts” from the Kansas Grain and Feed Association’s Safety, Health and Environment Committee.

 

it is your responsibility to read, understand and follow all of the safety instructions in your operator’s manual
Working with and around your vac
Before using your vac, it is your responsibility to read, understand and follow all of the safety instructions in your operator’s manual. Also make sure that EVERYONE operating or near your vac understands and follows all of the safety instructions in the manual.

Remember, a safety-minded, informed operator is the most important safety aspect of your vac. Accidents can be avoided. Do not risk injury or death — be certain that every operator of your vac is well acquainted with all the safety recommendations and operating instructions in the manual. Read “Vac Safety Guidelines”

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