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TEST SYSTEM AEROPONICS AEROPONIX (by HYDROPONICS / CELLMAX / )



Why switch to Aeroponics?
Aeroponics
The Aeroponics System is unquestionably the most efficient thanks to the optimization when feeding by administering the fertilizers into the air. Directly spraying onto the roots is the best way to develop faster growing and flowering. It plays an important role in the closed-loop system in the tube and perfectly oxygenates roots. The fertilizer sprayed is a mix of oxygen particles/solution.

What are the advantages of an Aeroponics System?

  1. Easy to assemble, use and maintain (comes with an illustrated manual).
  2. Ideal for large, uninterrupted productive cycles and cutting.
  3. Reduced time for growth and flowering. Approx. 10 day growth and 12 day flowering.
  4. Numerous plants in a reduced space.
  5. Atomization of the solution. The roots release all excess.
  6. Perfect oxidation of the solution.
  7. An Aeroponics System has a closed-loop for the solution, keeping it in motion to prevent the formation of algae, mould and fungi.
What does an AEROPONICS AEROPONIX System consist of?
  1. The special AEROPONIX tube is made specifically for the development of the roots. The tube has a hexagon shape to make the most of the lower part where the roots grow. The bottom will have an additional grip to ensure the establishment of the roots.
  2. AEROPONIX sprinklers have an opening in every direction at 180 °. The aeroponix sprinklers are made of two parts screwed together and can be easily disassembled and cleaned in the event of closure.
  3. Pot base of 5cm in diameter. Dimensions are purposely designed for rock wool cubes of 2.5cm x 2.5cm.
  4. High pressure immersion pump.
  5. All fittings and hydraulic components for the perfect aeroponics operation.
How do you use an AEROPONICS AEROPONIX system ?
  1. Mounting the systems components of the AEROPONIX System are described in the manual included.
  2. It is suggested to separately sow with rock wool cubes (see manual in .PDF) and germinate the plant once you have transferred it into the system PRODUCER.
  3. Follow the growth and light table specifically for PRODUCER.
  4. Illuminate the system for vegetative growth of 10 days, 18hrs a day (see table for growth and light).
  5. After 10 days of growth vary the hours of light from 18 to 12hrs a day and begin the flowering phase (see table of growth and light).
  6. Control the temperature with a digital timer (1min of irrigation every 2hrs) during light periods (1min every 3-4hrs) and during dark periods.
  7. Monitor daily values pH and EC. Recommended pH: 5:8. Recommended EC: between 1.0 and 2.2ms depending on the stage of growth.
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
  1. How often must the solution be changed in Aeroponics?

    It depends on the state of the plant (growth or flowering). In the initial stages can be enough to change the solution every 2 weeks. When flowering, it is recommended to change the solution every 10 days. Each replacement of the solution, measure the value of the EC (concentration nutrients) and fertilizers adding up to the value of the EC between 1.4 and 2.2 mS max. Each replacement of the solution, wash the container/tank with hot water to remove any algae, mould and salt deposits. Every time you fill the tank measure the pH of the solution and ensure that its value is between 5.5 and 6.0 . Revise with the pH indicator. Constantly monitor the pH. The solution should be at room temperature (over 18 °) and never left cold.

  2. The EC Meter

    A conductive meter (EC meter) is an essential tool used in aeroponic systems. It determines the exact amount of fertilizer the plant needs. Prevents nebulisers becoming blocked as a result of the excessive amount of salt. If filling aerosols, leave them to soak in vinegar overnight.

  1. Easy to assemble, use and maintain (comes with an illustrated manual).
  2. Ideal for large, uninterrupted productive cycles and cutting.
  3. Reduced time for growth and flowering. Approx. 10 day growth and 12 day flowering.
  4. Numerous plants in a reduced space.
  5. Atomization of the solution. The roots release all excess.
  6. Perfect oxidation of the solution.
  7. An Aeroponics System has a closed-loop for the solution, keeping it in motion to prevent the formation of algae, mould and fungi.
What does an AEROPONICS AEROPONIX System consist of?
  1. The special AEROPONIX tube is made specifically for the development of the roots. The tube has a hexagon shape to make the most of the lower part where the roots grow. The bottom will have an additional grip to ensure the establishment of the roots.
  2. AEROPONIX sprinklers have an opening in every direction at 180 °. The aeroponix sprinklers are made of two parts screwed together and can be easily disassembled and cleaned in the event of closure.
  3. Pot base of 5cm in diameter. Dimensions are purposely designed for rock wool cubes of 2.5cm x 2.5cm.
  4. High pressure immersion pump.
  5. All fittings and hydraulic components for the perfect aeroponics operation.
How do you use an AEROPONICS AEROPONIX system ?
  1. Mounting the systems components of the AEROPONIX System are described in the manual included.
  2. It is suggested to separately sow with rock wool cubes (see manual in .PDF) and germinate the plant once you have transferred it into the system PRODUCER.
  3. Follow the growth and light table specifically for PRODUCER.
  4. Illuminate the system for vegetative growth of 10 days, 18hrs a day (see table for growth and light).
  5. After 10 days of growth vary the hours of light from 18 to 12hrs a day and begin the flowering phase (see table of growth and light).
  6. Control the temperature with a digital timer (1min of irrigation every 2hrs) during light periods (1min every 3-4hrs) and during dark periods.
  7. Monitor daily values pH and EC. Recommended pH: 5:8. Recommended EC: between 1.0 and 2.2ms depending on the stage of growth.
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
  1. How often must the solution be changed in Aeroponics?

    It depends on the state of the plant (growth or flowering). In the initial stages can be enough to change the solution every 2 weeks. When flowering, it is recommended to change the solution every 10 days. Each replacement of the solution, measure the value of the EC (concentration nutrients) and fertilizers adding up to the value of the EC between 1.4 and 2.2 mS max. Each replacement of the solution, wash the container/tank with hot water to remove any algae, mould and salt deposits. Every time you fill the tank measure the pH of the solution and ensure that its value is between 5.5 and 6.0 . Revise with the pH indicator. Constantly monitor the pH. The solution should be at room temperature (over 18 °) and never left cold.

  2. The EC Meter

    A conductive meter (EC meter) is an essential tool used in aeroponic systems. It determines the exact amount of fertilizer the plant needs. Prevents nebulisers becoming blocked as a result of the excessive amount of salt. If filling aerosols, leave them to soak in vinegar overnight.

  1. Easy to assemble, use and maintain (comes with an illustrated manual).
  2. Ideal for large, uninterrupted productive cycles and cutting.
  3. Reduced time for growth and flowering. Approx. 10 day growth and 12 day flowering.
  4. Numerous plants in a reduced space.
  5. Atomization of the solution. The roots release all excess.
  6. Perfect oxidation of the solution.
  7. An Aeroponics System has a closed-loop for the solution, keeping it in motion to prevent the formation of algae, mould and fungi.
What does an AEROPONICS AEROPONIX System consist of?
  1. The special AEROPONIX tube is made specifically for the development of the roots. The tube has a hexagon shape to make the most of the lower part where the roots grow. The bottom will have an additional grip to ensure the establishment of the roots.
  2. AEROPONIX sprinklers have an opening in every direction at 180 °. The aeroponix sprinklers are made of two parts screwed together and can be easily disassembled and cleaned in the event of closure.
  3. Pot base of 5cm in diameter. Dimensions are purposely designed for rock wool cubes of 2.5cm x 2.5cm.
  4. High pressure immersion pump.
  5. All fittings and hydraulic components for the perfect aeroponics operation.
How do you use an AEROPONICS AEROPONIX system ?
  1. Mounting the systems components of the AEROPONIX System are described in the manual included.
  2. It is suggested to separately sow with rock wool cubes (see manual in .PDF) and germinate the plant once you have transferred it into the system PRODUCER.
  3. Follow the growth and light table specifically for PRODUCER.
  4. Illuminate the system for vegetative growth of 10 days, 18hrs a day (see table for growth and light).
  5. After 10 days of growth vary the hours of light from 18 to 12hrs a day and begin the flowering phase (see table of growth and light).
  6. Control the temperature with a digital timer (1min of irrigation every 2hrs) during light periods (1min every 3-4hrs) and during dark periods.
  7. Monitor daily values pH and EC. Recommended pH: 5:8. Recommended EC: between 1.0 and 2.2ms depending on the stage of growth.
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
  1. How often must the solution be changed in Aeroponics?

    It depends on the state of the plant (growth or flowering). In the initial stages can be enough to change the solution every 2 weeks. When flowering, it is recommended to change the solution every 10 days. Each replacement of the solution, measure the value of the EC (concentration nutrients) and fertilizers adding up to the value of the EC between 1.4 and 2.2 mS max. Each replacement of the solution, wash the container/tank with hot water to remove any algae, mould and salt deposits. Every time you fill the tank measure the pH of the solution and ensure that its value is between 5.5 and 6.0 . Revise with the pH indicator. Constantly monitor the pH. The solution should be at room temperature (over 18 °) and never left cold.

  2. The EC Meter

    A conductive meter (EC meter) is an essential tool used in aeroponic systems. It determines the exact amount of fertilizer the plant needs. Prevents nebulisers becoming blocked as a result of the excessive amount of salt. If filling aerosols, leave them to soak in vinegar overnight.