Components for Cold-flo
A. #20387 Cold-flo® Converter K-2 $897.99
B. #22880 Mounting Bracket With U-Bolts N/A
C. #11544 Vapor Manifold, Eight Outlets 1", ea. N/A
D. #10388 2 1/2" Vapor Hose, 10' length, ea.  N/A
E. #10392 Twenty-four Outlet Liquid Distributor N/A
F. #30393 A-TECH Flow Splitter  N/A
G. #10390 Sixteen Outlet Liquid Distributor 5 1/2'  N/A
H. #20364 Stand for Cold-flo® K-2 Converter N/A
I.  #20810 Cold-flo® Liquid Dispenser Bracket  N/A
J. #10824 1" Hose Clamp 1.07
K. #21451 Vapor Manifold Bracket (Specify Frame Size) N/A
L. #10163 1/2" Rubber Hose (Specify feet) .75 /ft
#20210 18" Meter-Manifold Stand N/A
#30389 Vapor Manifold, Eight Outlets 1/2", ea. $N/A
#36917 Vapor Manifold, Eight Outlets 3/4", ea. $N/A

Cold-flo® NPN
Model K-3S for Corn Silage

(Cold-flo® K-2M can also be adapted for corn silage)
The Cold-flo® Converter K-3S is designed for treating corn forage with anhydrous ammonia at near zero pressure. A maximum of 215 tons of corn forage per hour can be treated at the FDA-approved rate of 7.0 pounds of ammonia per ton of forage (wet basis). This process has been shown to raise the protein content of silage by about 50%. A pound of ammonia contains 0.82 pounds of nitrogen or 5.125 pounds of protein equivalent. At the 7.0 pound rate, 36.0 pounds of protein equivalent are added per ton.

U.S.D.A. 8 pg. report (#15462) available on request.

Typical Installations On Forage Blower and Field Chopper
K-3S System

K-3S Cold-flo® Converter (1) Cold vapor line (5) Cold liquid line (4) Capacity: 1500 lbs Nitrogen per hr. 
#20353 $489.78

Additional Equipment may be required
#24347 C-2503 NH3 Meter (2) $670.60
#14724 High pressure NH3 hose (3) $80.58
#21845 Breakaway Coupler (6) $N/A
#15022 Cold vapor line, 1 3/4" I.D. x 6' (5) $N/A
#15457 Cold vapor line, 1 3/4" I.D. p/ft (5). $ N/A
#15099 Cold liquid line, 3/4" I.D. EVA x 10' 6" (4)  $N/A

While the Cold-flo® System offers the added benefit of reducing pressure to near atmospheric levels, ammonia remains an exceedingly reactive and hazardous compound even as a liquid at -28° F (-33° C). ALWAYS HANDLE WITH CARE.