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EZ-FLO Hose Thread Unit (3/4 Gallon)

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$79.95

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SKU:
IEZH34

Specifications

Size:
225

Reviews

  • Tracie Johnston - Jul 3rd 2018

    4
    Good but Deceiving

    The product worked fine the only disappointment was the way it was displayed online. It showed it without the little hoses which would have been a lot easier

  • darin - Jun 18th 2018

    5
    Good product

    Very easy to use, and works very well

Description

The 3/4-Gallon EZ-Flo Hose Thread Unit Fertilizer Injector from DripWorks provides an ideal way to fertilize small home gardens. As the name implies, this injector is easy to use. It is also reliable and comes with all the components you need to install it on a standard hose bib. Replacement switching kits (IEZHTRS) are available.

Specifications:

  • 3/4-gallon tank for hose-bib connection
  • Dilution rates of 100:1 to 1,000:1
  • Pressure range: five to 50 psi
  • Not for use under constant pressure; place after timers or valves
  • Minimum flow: 120 gallons per hour (GPH)
  • Will work down to eight gallons per hour using the included flow-restrictor disc

Important Note:
All systems with a fertilizer injector must have a backflow preventer to keep fertilizer from getting back into your domestic water supply. Contact a local building inspector or contractor to determine which backflow preventers are required in your area.

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