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New spray tip offers drift resistance

The new Turbo TeeJet Induction (TTI) spray tip design is ideal for use when off-target drift is a concern and excellent overlap distribution is required. Using a unique pre-orifice design, the smaller droplets in the spectrum are eliminated and large, air-filled, drift-resistant droplets are produced.

Based on the patented design of the original Turbo TeeJet spray nozzle, the TTI offers many of the same benefits: a wide angle flat spray pattern, excellent spray pattern distribution and an economical polymer construction.

Other TTI features include easy pre-orifice removal for cleaning/inspection, a choice of six capacities ranging from 0.15 to 0.5 gpm (0.56 to 1.9 l/min) at 40 psi (2.75 bar), color-coding in compliance with the ISO standard for easy capacity identification and easy installation/alignment via Quick TeeJet Caps.

“If a grower is spraying near sensitive areas such as residential areas, open water or near susceptible plants, the TTI is the best nozzle to help control drift without compromising spray pattern distribution. That's because this tip produces very few small, drift-prone droplets,” said Marty Heyen, Marketing and Customer Relations Manager.

“The TTI is ideal for use with pre-emergence herbicides, post-emergence systemic herbicides and systemic fungicides because of its unique performance,” Heyen said.

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