Operating principle


The dosing pump is made of two parts:


The Motor piston moves thanks to the water pressure. A system of valves allows the movement to be reversed. Each piston cycle corresponds to a fixed volume of water flowing through the pump. (motor volume) The motor speed will increase proportionally to the drains water flow.

The dosing pump is said to be VOLUMETRIC.



The Dosing piston driven by the motor continuously injects a fixed volume of chemical (doser body volume). For each volume of water flowing through the motor (1 cycle), the dosing piston will inject the corresponding volume of chemical. Consequently this operating principle guarantees a constant dosage, independent of water flow or pressure variations.

The chemical injection is PROPORTIONAL to the water flow.

The Fertigation by Water

A and B injection installation

Keep nutrients soluble and available:
Nutrients are commonly separated into at least two parts, A and B, to keep specific ions, sulfates and calcium, apart.
If these two ions are not kept apart, they will combine (precipitate out) into an insoluble form.
If this happens, the ions are no longer available to the plants. Some micro-nutrients also readily precipitate out.
This is generally prevented by adding micronutrients as chelates.

Nutrient supply in soil-less growing:
In hydroponics and soil-less growing, nutrients are primarily provided in the water supplied to the plant. That is, a nutrient-rich solution directly provides plant roots with the essential nutrients they need.


The 3 m³/h range
10 l/h to 3000 l/h – 0.3 bar to 6 bar

The 9m³/h range
500 l/h to 9000 l/h
0.15 bar to 8 bar

The 20m³/h range
1000 l/h to 20000 l/h – 0.12 bar to 10 bar

The 30m³/h range
8.000 l/h to 30.000 l/h – 0.5 bar to 6 bar two models 0,02 to 0,2% or 0,1 to 1% dosing


Mobile installation

Decentralized Installation