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Thread: Ramsay or butterfly valve for variable liquid N

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    Jon
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    Ramsay or butterfly valve for variable liquid N

    Looking at liquid N with N sensor. Knowing how quickly the application rate can change having used it with solid I am concerned how well a sprayer will keep up with the rate changes.

    Is one of the pressure regulation systems - ramsay or electric butterfly - more responsive than the other?

    Also will a pressure based system keep up with rate changes quicker than flow based? ime flow based can sometimes "hunt" before finding the right rate.

    Anything else I need to think about? (think I'm up to speed on nozzles/dribble bars, nozzle switching etc)

    Thanks

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    Lofty
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    Re: Ramsay or butterfly valve for variable liquid N

    Ramsey on flow, no completion.

    Ramsey because its not affected by turning sections on and off so the controller doesn't need to respond to that and flow because its not affected by the specific gravity of the fert or what size jets you are running.

    Whatever system, speed of response is all down to the configuration of the controller though.

    Lofty

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