Nertus "Theta-Corrector" is a highly effective silicone-based wetting agent.

Guaranteed analysis:

polyethylene glycol ether modified with

heptamethyltrisiloxane.................100%

 

рН............................................. 6,0-7,0
Density (g/l)..........................1000-1005
Surface tension, 0,1% (mN/m).......21,5
Water solubility.............................100%

Purpose:

The agrochemical agent Nertus Theta-Corrector is intended for preparation of tank mixtures containing crop protection products, fertilizers and plant growth regulators, alone or in combination with each other, and may be applicable both for soil application and for foliar (non-root) treatments.

Nertus "Theta-Corrector"

  • • Increased effective contact area of tank mixtures with the leaf surface by 100- 500%

    • Decreased surface tension of tank mixtures from 70-80 mN/m to 21.5 mN/m

    • Achievement of 100% wettability of the leaf surface

    • Increased resistance of the treated surface to washing off during rains

    • Improved efficiency of plant protection products

    • Improved efficiency of low volume treatments

    • Improved penetration of working fluid into hard-to-reach parts of plants

    • Improved penetration of working fluid even through a well-developed cuticle, with a thick wax layer or heavy leaves

  • The agrochemical agent Nertus Theta-Corrector is a highly effective wetting agent based on polyethylene glycol ether modified with heptamethyltrisiloxane. It is used for preparation of tank mixtures of pesticides, fertilizers and other agrochemicals or mixtures thereof. Its use allows for reduction of the wetting angle formed between the drop and the leaf surface from 75-60° to 25-20°, thus allowing increasing the area of effective contact by 100-500%. The unique silicone

    base of the agent allows it to show maximum efficiency (reduction of surface tension to 21.5 mN/m) at an average concentration of 0.1%, compared to the effectiveness of standard wetting agents based on fatty alcohol ethoxylates, in which this indicator barely reaches 30 mN/m at a working concentration of 1% and above.