Variable Rate TurboDrop Fertilizer - TDVRF/TDVRHB/TDVREX


Part Numbers

TDVRF015
TDVRF02
TDVRF03
TDVRF05












TDVRHB015
TDVRHB02
TDVRHB03
TDVRHB05









TDVRC015
TDVRC02
TDVRC03
TDVRC05
Description
Pressure Range: 10-140 psi

Modular two-piece design, polyacetal/stainless/EPDM.
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Wider flow range for greater speed changes.

TurboDrop® Variable Rate Fertilizer Nozzle (TDVRF/TDVRHB/TDVREX)

5x flow rate at constant speed Covers the range of 4-5 TDXL nozzle sizes
5x speed range at consistent GPA rate Covers a wider range of speeds
New airless design for wider operating range Eliminates fertilizer spitting and improved accuracy
Easy to clean Comes apart by hand (no tools required).

The TurboDrop® Variable Rate fertilizer nozzle is designed to apply liquid fertilizer at a four to five times flow rate range to allow for varying fertilizer requirements of the target crop. It is available in a six hole streaming version (TDVRF) for use on standard sprayers, and a hose barb version (TDVRHB) for tool bars, nitrogen applicators and other dedicated fertilizer rigs.

The TurboDrop® Variable Rate may be operated from 10-140 psi, allowing up to a five times rate change at a given speed. Additionally, the TDVRF and TDVRHB can maintain a constant gpa rate over a five times speed change. The TDVRF utilizes a six hole streaming tip in order to minimize potential leaf burn while maximizing fertilizer distribution, maintaining uniformity with varying spray heights. The TDVRHB utilizes a 3/8” hose barb for ease of installation on fertilizer rigs, and acts as a variable-flow metering orifice. Check valve design keeps flow accuracy to ± 5% in all versions.

The TDVRF and TDVRHB are “airless,” providing a wider operating range, and eliminating the possibility of fertilizer spitting from the side. The TDVRC nozzle body is available as a stand alone product that can be integrated into custom fertilizer systems.


TDVRF02 at 30psi

TDVRF02 at 60psi

TDVRF02 at 90psi

TDVRF02 at 120psi

For more solutions using our variable rate technology, be sure the check out the TDVR and TWVR air inducted Variable Rate nozzles for broadcast spraying.