QEP Holland presents new ECA unit

QEP Holland has launched a new ECA unit to provide another solution for problems regarding diseases in the irrigation system. ECA-water rapidly kills off most viruses, bacteria and fungi and other organic contamination; The ECA unit produces a disinfectant which is added to the irrigation or drain water. The disinfectant is created by electrolysis of water in combination with potassium chloride. Injection of the ECA water to the dripping system allows for healthier roots and a lower disease rate. It also prolongs the lifetime of the dripping. ECA water is also very effective in the post-harvesting process of the vegetable, fruit and flower cultivation. The product is environmentally friendly and completely free of chemicals which makes it very suitable for organic farming as well.

Janwillem van der Endt, director of QEP Holland

After several years of building ECA units for third parties, QEP Holland developed its own machine in the past year. The result is a competitively priced and low maintenance unit. The heart of the machine consists of one or more electrolysis cells, developed by QEP Holland. The amount of cells depends on the needed capacity. The ECA unit is completely adjustable to the specific needs of the individual grower, thanks to the complete engineering of hardware and software by QEP Holland. The ECA unit is also very suitable for export because of its because independence of water pressure and its low maintenance components.

QEP Holland exhibits at the IFTF in Vijfhuizen from November 6th to November 8th. The ECA unit will be on display as well as the recently introduced small fertiliser mixer, the Micron mixer. We will welcome you on our stand C4.12.

For more information:
QEP Holland
Marije de Bruin
Strijkviertel 36 K
3454 PM De Meern
The Netherlands
T +31 (0)30 7601155
E info@qepholland.com
I www.qepholland.com


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