NFT Kits

  • NFT Kits
  • NFT Kits Channels
  • NFT Kits Leg Level
  • NFT Hydroponic System Design
  • Hydroponic Rack System
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Part Number: NFTKit30x96
  • # of 10' PVC Gutters: 348
  • # of Freestanding Bench Legs and Support Bars: 4
  • # of Drain Gutters/Fittings: 2
  • Tank Size: 1,000 gal
  • # of Float Switches: 1
  • # of Acid / Fertilizer Injectors: 1
  • Note: PRICE INCLUDES DELIVERY
  • # of Stainless Steel Sump Pumps and Pits: 2
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NFT Kits are an easy way to quickly get your NFT Hydroponic System Design up an running.  Our kit includes everything you need except lighting.  LED grow lights and HPS grow lights are sold seperately. Our NFT Kits (nutrient film technique) comprise material to fit a 30’ x 96’ hydroponic system for lettuce, herb or other small leafy greens.  Our NFT Kit includes all freight charges and is delivered directly to your door. 
 
  • 10’ long, 3” deep, 3” wide gutters with smooth, v-shaped bottoms made of white, food grade PVC
  • 2.3” round holes located on 6” center for Ellepot
  • Bench legs and supports made of galvanized steel and aluminum
  • Bench adjustable up to a 1% slope
  • Includes tubing and fittings, float switch, 1,000 gallon tank, stainless steel sump pump and pits, acid and fertilizer injector
  • Acid/Fertilizer injector constantly monitors EC/PH
  • Float switch auto refills 1,000 gal tank
  • Are the lids removable?  No.  The gutters on our hydroponic systems are seamless and one piece.
  • What material is used for the gutters?  Food grade PVC.
  • What misc. parts are  included?  Injector, pump, float switch, tank, tubing and fittings.
  • What keeps the gutters from sagging?  Support bars made of galvanized steel and aluminum are positioned every 2 feet to prevent sagging.
  • How large is the inlcuded tank?  1,000 gallons.
  • Is this kit for an automated system?  No.  This is a manual system.
  • Are lights included?  No.
  • Do hydroponic channels, gutters and troughs mean the same thing?  Yes.
  • NFT Hydroponic system design provides no medium support for roots
  • Roots sit in a long sloping irrigation channel (gutter)
  • Nutrient is introduced at the high end of the channel or gutter and allowed to flow over the roots after which it drains into a nutrient reservoir
  • It is then re-pumped back into the channel to repeat the watering proesss
  • This feed cycle can be intermittent or continuous
  • An intermittent feed cycle is regulated by a timer and repeated many times per hour.  This method is sometimes referred to as a “pulsed NFT system”
  • A pulsed NFT system usually achieves better aeration of roots because roots are exposed to air between each feed
  • A continuous feed cycle runs non-stop and is often used in commercial operations

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