Electrostatic Inductor Module
HIGHER DELIVERY TO TARGET
The statically charged droplets are attracted to the target with greater speed and distributed evenly.
The attraction force causes the applied product to penetrate difficult-to-access regions where, in most cases, conventional spraying is inefficient.
Electrostatic spraying makes it possible to use small droplets, smaller than 100 micrometers, which provide better phytosanitary control results.
This technological solution is capable of increasing the efficiency of using small droplets, reducing losses to the ground or even through evaporation.
By reducing product waste, it is possible to cover larger areas with the same amount of solution, without reducing the technical dose required for application.
As a result, it is possible to reduce the number of refueling stops, fuel consumption and working hours.
The control module makes it possible to monitor electrostatics in real time in a very practical and efficient way.
The exclusive electronic circuit has waterproof shielding and can be installed in the cabin of self-propelled sprayers or in machines where it needs to be exposed. As in trailed models where the equipment is fixed to the tractor.
The power module is responsible for generating the static charge that carries the drops through the inductor modules.
This component is installed on the back of the bar and also has waterproof shielding, a factor that provides greater durability and useful life for the electronic circuits.
É nos módulos indutores que a mágica acontece, ao sair da ponta de pulverização e passar pelo anel indutor as gotas adquirem carga estática fazendo com que tenham potencial atrativo, aumentando a probabilidade atingirem o alvo, a planta.
The patented technology is injected into a material resistant to products and high electrical loads, a factor that prevents the system from collapsing during use.
The equipment is supplied in kits with a monitoring panel, power module and inductor modules. The power module generates static and the inductor modules are responsible for inducing the charge in the droplets leaving the spray nozzle.
TSBJet Electrostatic Spray Technology was created to meet farmers' needs for reliable, efficient and foolproof equipment. Its exclusive, fail-safe technology ensures the ionizer works perfectly in all humidity conditions.
Electrostatic spraying is a technology that helps increase efficiency in the application of agricultural pesticides. With the electrification of the drops, they are strongly attracted to the plants and are able to reach parts that would be difficult to reach with conventional spraying. This helps to “hit the target” ensuring better coverage and delivery of pesticides to the plant.
In the plant
On the ground
TSBjet electrostatic technology combined with the expertise of our team of developers, field technicians and commercial partners will certainly enhance your spraying, guarantee greater crop health and reduce environmental impacts caused by the use of less efficient techniques.
In the coming years, major changes will be needed in the way pesticides are applied in order to reduce waste, and one of the major problems in the methods currently used is ensuring that the droplets reach the target in sufficient quantities without wasting products, fuel and working hours.
Tecnologia Sul Brasileira – TSB, was founded in 2009 with the aim of developing solutions for the metalworking industry and agribusiness.
After supplying equipment and devices to the industry for a few years, it specialized in creating control panels, circuit boards and sensors for the most diverse segments.
Using years of experience in developing high-tech equipment, its team of engineers and agronomists, motivated by market needs, developed the most efficient and reliable Brazilian electrostatic spraying technology, the TSB Jet.
Currently the company is installed in the modern Santa Maria Technological Park, with its entire support structure and laboratories in addition to the synergy between technology-based companies and Universities: UFSM, UNIFRA and ULBRA.