Make sure your spray tank’s pH is the best it can be

There’s one sure way to be certain your spray tank’s pH is the best it can be: that’s pHixer®. This state-of-the-art specialist water conditioner will calibrate your water to an optimum pH level, and it has a built-in pH color indicator, so you’ll know when it’s perfect. pHixer® is a polybasic acid and it will prevent calcium and magnesium ions from forming complexes which may precipitate, buffering your spraying water to perfection. It’s great value, plus it’s safe and simple to use.

  • Buffers spray water to the optimal pH level

  • Color indicator shows you when it’s at its best pH

  • Safe, simple to use, good value

Water Hardness RatingApplication rate ml / 100 L of spray waterTotal hardness concentration in (mg/l) as CaCO3
Soft40 - 50 ml0 – 50
Medium50 - 80 ml50 – 100
Medium - Hard80 - 180 ml100 - 200
Hard180 - 200 ml200 - 300
Very Hard200 - 220 ml> 300
Water Hardness Rating
Application rate ml / 100 L of spray water
Total hardness concentration in (mg/l) as CaCO3

Trail first on a small scale before changing the rate, or any other variables, As circumstances can differ and the application of our products is beyond our control, ICL cannot be held responsible for any adverse results.

pHixer® contains a built-in pH indicator that turns spray water pink at an optimum pH level around 5.
Establish the general pH and hardness of your spray water in your area.
From the application rate table, calculate how much pHixer® should be added.
Add pHixer® based on the recommended dosages once tank is half or two-thirds full. While continuously agitating, add foliar fertilizers, according to your normal spraying program, and then fill up the tank. For fine tuning, you may need to adjust the pH by adding a few ml of pHixer® into the final solution.
It’s always recommended to check the final pH with a pH meter since the color of the final solution might be influenced by the other products.
If you need more information, please contact your technical support

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