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Irrigation Tray

Irrigation Tray

Description

The lrrigation Syringe offers uninterrupted action in a Single- Hand technigue for maximum control of drawn or expelled volume. The barrel features raised, large and easy-to-read graduations.

Component:

1 1000cc Outer Tray

1 500cc Graduated Container

1 60cc Bulb lrrigation Syringe

1 Alcohol Prep Pad

1 Waterproof Underpad

irrigation tray
  • McKesson Irrigation Tray
  • Tray components are packaged in the proper order for maximum efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Piston syringe offers uninterrupted action in a single-hand technique.
  • Disposable syringe with thumb ring is designed to minimize hand slippage and subsequent contamination of barrel or solution container.
  • The barrel features raised, large and easy-to-read graduations, which are calibrated in both oz and cc.
  • The elongated tip has an extra-large orifice for better removal of clots and mucous shreds.
  • 60 cc sterile bulb syringe in graduated tray basin.
  • Latex-free and packaged sterile.
  • Dynarex Sterile Irrigation Trays are sterile and available with either a piston syringe or bulb syringe for convenience. 4266 Includes: (1) 800 cc Outer basin tray; (1) 500 cc Plastic graduate; (1) Irrigation bulb syringe; (1) Protective cap; (1) Waterproof drape; (1) Antiseptic wipe
    Irrigation Tray 4268 Includes: (1) 800 cc Outer basin tray; (1) 500 cc Plastic graduate; (1) Irrigation syringe; (1) irrigation tray Protective cap; (1) Waterproof drape; (1) Antiseptic wipe
    • Kits available with bulb or piston syringe
    SPECIFICATIONS
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    Sterile (Y/N) Yes
    Rx Only (Y/N) Yes
    Storage Temperature Range 59F - 86F
    HCPCS Code B4035

    Greenhouse Boom Irrigation Systems

    Uniform watering is the one vital key to thriving plug and cell pack production. This cannot be achieved with hand watering or conventional overhead irrigation using nozzles with a circular pattern. Advances in boom irrigation technology give you a production tool that can be applied to your existing greenhouses or to new construction.

    Types of Greenhouse Boom irrigation tray Systems

    A boom system is made out of one or more pipes with nozzles that apply water as the watering system moves over the vegetation. The boom system can be suspended from an overhead rail system.  It can also be attached to a cart that goes down the aisle.  A trailing hose supplies the water and gets its power from an electric supply cable or battery pack.

    DIY Greenhouse Boom Irrigation Systems

    Grower-built systems are the simplest. A tobacco farmer in Connecticut produced the first boom irrigation system. He constructed it by putting seedlings in cell trays. He used a lawnmower frame with a folding, double boom supported above the plants. The cart was guided down the center aisle by the arm riding on a pipe attached to the floor. This cart was moved by an electric winch mounted on the cart. In operation, the winch cable was unwound and attached to a hook at the opposite end wall. When activated, the winch pulled the cart at an even speed from one end of the greenhouse to the other.

    Greenhouse Boom Irrigation Systems

    Uniform watering is the one vital key to thriving plug and cell pack production. This cannot be achieved with hand watering or conventional overhead irrigation using nozzles with a circular pattern. Advances in boom irrigation technology give you a production tool that can be applied to your existing greenhouses or to new construction.

    Types of Greenhouse Boom Irrigation Systems

    A boom system is made out of one or more pipes with nozzles that apply water as the watering system moves over the vegetation. The boom system can be suspended from an overhead rail system.  It can also be attached to a cart that goes down the aisle.  A trailing hose supplies the water and gets its power from an electric supply cable or battery pack.

    DIY Greenhouse Boom Irrigation Systems

    Grower-built systems are the simplest. A tobacco farmer in Connecticut produced the first boom irrigation system. He constructed it by putting seedlings in cell trays. He used a lawnmower frame with a folding, double boom supported above the plants. The cart was guided down the center aisle by the arm riding on a pipe attached to the floor. This cart was moved by an electric winch mounted on the cart. In operation, the winch cable was unwound and attached to a hook at the opposite end wall. When activated, the winch pulled the cart at an even speed from one end of the greenhouse to the other. A micro-switch halted the cart when it reached the end of the aisle. This boom cart could be easily moved between greenhouses which was a substantial advantage. With the double boom, the first set of nozzles wet the surface with about one-third the necessary water, and the second set with larger nozzles gave a heavier application.
    Hand-Pulled Greenhouse Boom irrigation tray Systems
    Boom irrigation systems that are hand-held consist of a boom supported by a frame with a trailing hose. irrigation tray These types of systems are popular and have been developed by several successful growers. They can be mounted to an overhead conveyor track system or supported on the ground with bicycle wheels. Although the operation is not as uniform as with a power unit, the savings in time and the more uniform watering offer some advantages. A micro-switch halted the cart when it reached the end of the aisle. This boom cart could be easily moved between greenhouses which was a substantial advantage. With the double boom, the first set of nozzles wet the surface with about one-third the necessary water, and the second set with larger nozzles gave a heavier application.

    Hand-Pulled Greenhouse Boom irrigation tray Systems

    Boom irrigation systems that are hand-held consist of a boom supported by a frame with a trailing hose. These types of systems are popular and have been developed by several successful growers. They can be mounted to an overhead conveyor track system or supported on the ground with bicycle wheels. Although the operation is not as uniform as with a power unit, the savings in time and the more uniform watering offer some advantages.