Priva Neutralizer: healthy irrigation water with stable pH

Water and fertilizers make your crops grow, but you also need a stable pH level in your irrigation water. The Priva Neutralizer makes sure you get a stable pH. This way, your plants can absorb the fertilizers more effectively, which results in better crop growth. Moreover, the vitality and taste of your crops will improve significantly.

An unstable pH-level in the irrigation water, created by high levels of bicarbonate, has a negative impact on the uptake of nutrients by the plant. The Priva Neutralizer makes sure you get a stable pH by removing bicarbonate from all kinds of water. This way, your crop is able to absorbs minerals more efficiently. The reduction of bicarbonate also makes your drippers less susceptible for any kind of blockage.

Our impact in numbers.

0.3 - 0.5 mmol/l Maximum bicarbonate value after removal

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A stable pH

A stable pH value from the fertilizer unit down to the roots

Healthy crops

Improved growth, taste and vitality of your crops

Less blockage of drippers

By reduction of bicarbonate

Easier absorption of essential minerals by plants

Thanks to a stable pH value

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How it works

How does the Priva Neutralizer remove the bicarbonate from the water? It combines acidification and aeration to reduce the bicarbonate concentration to a desired maximum value of 0.3 - 0.5 mmol/l. This makes the pH stable and makes it easier for the plant to absorb zinc, boron, iron, and copper. These minerals improve the growth and taste of the crops.

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  • 2020

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Peter Könemann

Manager Sales Horticulture Europe

Peter Könemann