Stationary single-shoot manifold
Single vs. double shooting
 
Single-shooting places seed and fertilizer together (1 – air)

Single-shooting places seed and fertilizer together (1 – air)

Double-shooting separates seed (right) and fertilizer (left) (1 – air)

Double-shooting separates seed (right) and fertilizer (left) (1 – air)

Single-shoot air systems are used when applying a starter fertilizer along with the seed. Double-shoot air systems are used when applying higher levels of fertilizer, allowing simultaneous application of seed and fertilizer by placing them in two different locations in the seed row.
Stationary single-shoot manifold
 
Stationary single-shoot manifold

Stationary single-shoot manifold

A stationary single-shoot primary air system is in base equipment. The primary manifold is bolted to the bottom of the meter housing. Meter calibration and rate verification are done without removing primary manifold.
It includes:
  • Plenum less damper
  • Single stack primary manifold (one at each tank)
 
Primary manifolds can be accessed by removing the bottom inspection plate.
 
Last Updated : 25-Sep-2018