High pressure recirculation system with electric nozzle control.


iXflow-E is available on the complete Kverneland sprayer range. There is a free circulation of spray liquid with a return back to the tank as spraying stops. This means there is no sedimentation in the spray lines and no dead ends for spraying or cleaning, even when the working width is only partially used. During spraying the spray line is fed from multiple directions supplying constant pressure to each nozzle, so the operator can immediately start spraying at the set pressure. This is an unique technology which is patented by Kverneland.

For Increased Crop Quality and Cost Savings

iXflow-E is available on both steel and aluminium booms. It is easy for the operator to program the number and size of sections that fit their requirements and fields the best to their requirements and field situations. The combination of IsoMatch GEOCONTROL and GPS allows the operator to reduce overlap and over dosing, to increase crop quality and save costs. All this is in combination with high flow rates, because there is no impact on the section length, no loss of pressure or an unequal flow between sections. iXflow-E is also fully compatible with the iXclean Pro automatic cleaning and rinsing system. Rest liquid is sprayed in the field automatically, resulting in a low volume of rest liquid in the sprayer and spot contamination at the farm or in the field is avoided.

Precise and Reliable

The Kverneland iXflow-E electric ball valve features a robust, electric and stainless steel ball valve, that is very reliable compared to solenoid or plunger valves. Without any wearing parts and the self-cleaning-effect the ball valve stands out in reliability. The ball valve temporarily utilizes an extremely low amount of power and provides a high capacity flow in a compact valve design. Kverneland’s electrical valves are CANbus/ISOBUS compatible for Section Control (nozzle by nozzle) or for spot spraying.


Easily shut on and off nozzles by a push of a button


Spraying off


Spraying on

25. April 2022