Water Conditioner
Pro-Buffer S2 (CAS NO: )

Pro-Buffer S2 is a water conditioner in solid form, which can acidify the spray water and sequester metal ions in hard water.

Key Benefits: 
- To reduce pH value by approximately 1.5, which will benefit most pesticides
- To tie upon different types of hard water cations before they can bound with pesticides, especially weak-acid herbicides, thus keep - herbicides in active form and give more consistent weed control
- To lower the risk of pesticides failure and the added costs when it happens
- Low use rate of Pro-Buffer S2 @0.07%-0.2% compared to solid AMS @2%

Product Usage: 
Tank mix use 
1) Read and follow directions for use on pesticide labels. (It is recommended to use test areas if possible.)
2) Test pH and hardness of water to choose the suitable use rate of Pro-Buffer S2.
3) Fill spray tank half of water and begin agitation.
4) Add desired rate of Pro-Buffer S2 to water before adding pesticides.
5) Add pesticides, as directed by label, while maintaining agitation. (If pesticide label recommends the addition of a surfactant, follow instructions accordingly.)

Recommended Use Rate:

 Water hardness level  Use rate
 <200 ppm  0.07% m/v
 200-400 ppm  0.1% m/v
 >400 ppm  0.2% m/v


 Appearance  Yellow liquid
 Active Content, %  ≥85
 pH range (1% aqueous solution)  4.0-6.0

Packing: 25kg/bag, etc.

Sample of Pro-Buffer S2:

water conditioner S2

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