What is Z7?
Z7 is the biggest technology breakthrough in the last 50 years for growers and the plants they love!
Z7 is a super concentrated, two-part, commercial enzymatic cleanser. For best results, use Z7 at every watering or feeding; Field growers should apply Z7 whenever possible to keep pipes and drippers from clogging.
Z7 is super concentrated and economical for indoor and commercial growers; It costs only 2.5 cents per gallon of nutrient treated (calculated on the MSRP). A one gallon set of Z7 treats 7,570 gallons of nutrient.
Why do you need Z7?
Other cleansing products that contain Enzymes, Hydrogen Peroxide, Colloidal Silver or whitening products may not do the job that Z7 does. Many growers pay for multiple products and still don’t see the improvement in properly cleansed pipes, tanks, sprayers and drippers that Z7 can do all by itself!
Cleanse your plants and equipment with the new Z7 Technology
No other enzyme cleansing product on the face of the earth can compete with Z7 when comparing cost savings for growers and plant growth performance. We have not had a single customer complaint after they used Z7; even those using the worst well and irrigation pipes and tanks. Z7 helps you keep money in your pocket to spend on other things.
- Helps to eliminate the need for dangerous, Chlorine, Hydrogen Peroxide products.
- Helps to eliminate plant death from plugged sprayers and drip irrigation
- Helps to keep irrigation equipment and pumps clean and working properly
- Helps to reduce maintenance costs and reduce energy costs by keeping equipment clean
- Helps to reduce labor costs
- Helps to reduce water usage
- Z7 is skin contact safe
We get so many questions regarding the cost of Z7 compared to other products. Z7 is applied at ½ mL per gallon of water. Z7 is many times stronger than other enzyme type cleansing products.
No other enzyme cleanser on the face of this earth can compete with Z7 when comparing cost savings. Z7 keeps money in your pocket by keeping your equipment and your plants cleansed while they are growing!
Did you know that stand-alone enzyme cleansing products can cost up to 30 times more to use than Z7? Most enzyme products are so expensive that most growers can't afford to use them. Z7 cost as little as 2.5 cents (MSRP) to treat a gallon of water. How can you beat that!
Why shouldn't you use sanitizing or sterilizing chemicals to cleanse pipes and tanks?
Most of these types of chemicals can hurt the semi-permeable membrane of the root where osmosis takes place.
Z7 helps to keep hydroponic roots, piping, sprayers, tubes, and tanks cleansed while the plants are growing! Z7 will reduce many hours of cleansing between harvests and in most cases eliminate taking the hydroponic or irrigation systems apart. This will reduce downtime, reduce labor costs and help minimize the replacement of foggers, tubes, pipes, sprayers, drippers, and pumps. The reduction of plant death due to clogged drippers, tubes and sprayers will pay for using Z7. All the other benefits of Z7 is free and money in the pocket.
Z7 is not a sanitizer, sterilizer or cleaner designed to kill bacteria. It will not harm living things when used as directed.
Z7 is compatible with any hydroponic plant food (organic or chemical).
The set of 8-ounce bottles will treat 473 gallons of nutrient or water.
The set of 16-ounce bottles will treat 946 gallons of nutrient or water.
The set of 32-ounce (quart) bottles will treat 1,892 gallons of nutrient or water.
The set of 1 Gallon bottles will treat 7,570 gallons of nutrient or water.
The set of 2.5-gallon bottles will treat 18,925 gallons of nutrient or water.
The set of 5-gallon buckets will treat 37,850 gallons of nutrient or water.
Use the guide below to determine dosage for your tank size. Add together tank sizes to determine your needs. Shake the bottle thoroughly before dosing.
1/2 cc/mL per Part A and 1/2 cc/mL per gallon Part B for every gallon of nutrient solution.
5-gallon nutrient tank: Use 1/2 teaspoon Part A and 1/2 teaspoon part B
10-gallon nutrient tank: Use 1 teaspoon Part A and 1 teaspoon part B
15-gallon nutrient tank: Use 1.5 teaspoons Part A and 1.5 teaspoons part B
20-gallon nutrient tank: Use 2 teaspoons Part A and 2 teaspoons part B
50-gallon nutrient tank: Use 5 teaspoons Part A and 5 teaspoons part B