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Keep Anhydrous Applications Controlled, Efficient With 360 Yield Center’s Latest Design

360 Yield Center’s specially designed variable-rate manifold will make applying anhydrous ammonia more accurate and consistent through metering flow, row blockage monitoring, variable orifice control, and on/off capabilities.

With conventional systems, the company believes growers may see variability as high or low as 25% from row to row. 360’s variable-rate manifold, used in combination with EQUI-FLOW, can knock variability down 20% and can be as low as 4% variability row to row. This is done by keeping anhydrous pressurized to keep it in liquid form and allow it to be properly measured.

Growers will get more control as pressure sensors on each row notify them of blockages, especially when used with 360’s EquiFlow app that uses colors to show growers blockages.

“It has an orifice sleeve on the insides that automatically adjusts application rate based on speed and target application rate,” says Nowell Moore of 360 Yield Center. Application rate can also be controlled by section on the toolbar through positive shutoff. 

If all goes well with testing, 360 hopes for a fall launch of the variable-rate manifold. The product was designed specifically to work with EQUI-FLOW which controls pressure, and the system is adaptable with any controller.


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