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Note: Aerobrewer is recommended if using a tank under 50 Gallons. This model is not suitable for Flexi-Tanks without an Aerobrewer being used.
Are you still wasting nutrients that get stuck at the bottom of your nutrients tank?
Let’s change how you mix and supply nutrients to your plants with the AeroMixer Nutrient Mixer Tall Tank Kit.
The Tall Tank Kit is a 2-in-1 pump that lets you mix and aerate nutrients like a boss.
The Tall Tank Kit boasts of a 0.75 horsepower motor to feed up to 1,600 gallons an hour of essential nutrients for your plants.
With a capacity to handle up to 3,000 gallon or five-foot tall tanks, the Tall Tank Kit can feed large and small gardens with the least effort.
Lessen the things to worry about, as the Tall Tank Kit reduces the need for air stones, air pumps, and pH additives.
The Tall Tank Kit comes with a one-year warranty.
The Mini Nutrient Kit works as a Mixer + Aerator and Feeder for your plants.
The Mini Nutrient Kit uses its trademark Aerojet technology so that no nutrients settle at the bottom, letting you maximize every bit of nutrient.
The Mini Nutrient Kit can move up to 4,450 gallons an hour to feed gardens of different sizes.
3/4 horsepower motor
Patented Aerojet Technology
Pulls 6.2 amps
Pumps at up to a 35 ft. lift
|Capacity||Moves 4,450 gallons per hour
Pumps up to 1/4 inch solids
Easily mixes tanks from 50-500 gallons
Effective in tanks up to 3,000 gallons
|Nominal Voltage: 115V/60HZ
Output Power: 3/4 HP
Motor Full Load: 6.2A
Protection Type: IPX8
Max Height: 40 ft.
Max Submersion Depth: 17 ft.
Max Conveying Amount: 4450 GPH
Max Fluid Temperature: 95 ℉
|Aerojet with heavy duty braided nylon air hose
Aeromixer 3/4 HP pump
Powder coated stabilized footing
Stainless steel mounting screws
Detailed instruction manual
Garden hose adapter
Universal cut to fit adapter
Nylon lowering rope
All sales are final. 1 Year Limited Warranty. This warranty does not cover operator abuse or error.
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