Hypro Push-to-Connect Products offer Versatility for Liquid Fertilizer Applications

 

New Brighton, MN, August 10, 2012 – Hypro recently introduced the Push-to-Connect Nozzle Bodies and FastCaps designed for adapting fertilization and nutrient application kits to planters, seeders, and toolbars. The Push-to-Connect Nozzle Bodies replace leak-prone threaded fittings in these systems with a design that utilizes a double O-ring to provide superior sealing of the hose in the Push-to-Connect fitting.

 

“Whether it be for in-row, top dress or banding applications, the Push-to-Connect Nozzle Body will provide easy installation and implementation for drip-free control,” states Gene Schellhorn, product manager at Hypro. “The Push-to-Connect product line will offer the required versatility needed for today’s liquid fertilizer applications.”

 

The Push-to-Connect product line is available with either 1/4” or 3/8” Push-to-Connect fittings. The nozzle bodies are available in two different configurations:

-       Push-to-Connect by Push-to Connect configuration eliminates threaded fittings, providing fast maintenance and increased reliability

-       Push-to-Connect by Bayonet offers the flexibility of either standard spray tip caps or the Push-to Connect FastCaps, which allow the use of flow regulating discs for precision metering

To receive more information on the new Push-to-Connect Nozzle Bodies and FastCaps, please contact Hypro at 1-800-424-9776, or visit www.hypropumps.com.

 

About Hypro

Hypro is the leading provider of the highest quality fluid handling products, systems and accessories.  Hypro’s line of products includes roller, centrifugal, diaphragm, turbine, piston, and plunger pumps, as well as spray tips, nozzles and accessories.  Hypro is a brand of Pentair, Inc. and is located in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

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