LVM F23

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In greenhouses without a pipe rail system, for crops with dense foliage, or for tabletop cultivation — in any situation where a spray robot is unsuitable, in other words — our LVM system might just be the solution you were looking for! LVM stands for ‘low volume mist’, and the extremely fine mist produced by this system allows you to treat large spaces.

A very manoeuvrable robot that can be used in many crops.

Treatment of large areas
The Wanjet LWM operates without an air compressor and is designed especially for fault-free treatment of large surface areas.

Thanks to the special design of the spray tip and fan housing, the system is capable of producing an extremely fine mist. In turn, the extremely powerful air flow generated by the machine ensures that mist can be spread far and wide. The smallest opening of the spray tip is 4 mm, meaning thicker spray liquids (for organic growing methods) can also be used with the system. Our LVM machines only have one crucial seal, meaning the risk of them developing any faults is minimal.

When designing these machines, we carefully factored in the maintenance element, meaning there is little or nothing you need to do to keep the technical parts and structures in top condition. All elements that may come into contact with chemicals are made of high-quality plastics and stainless steel. Zinc coating and stainless steel have been incorporated in the chassis to prevent any corrosion.

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Mist capacity0-8,5 l/h0-8,5 l/h0-8,5 l/h0-8,5 l/h
Range60 m60 m60 m60 m
Tank capacity12 liters12 liters12 liters12 liters
Mixing airAirAirMotorMotor
Fan capacity5400 m3/h5400 m3/h5400m3/h5400 m3/h
Fan motor power370 W 370 W370 W370 W
Blower power1000 W1000 W1000 W1000 W
MobilityStaticMobileStaticMobile
Adjustable height140-190cm140 -190cm
Dimensions cm110x60x88130x70x165110x60x88130x70x165
Weight30 kg38 kg34 kg42 kg
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