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New FloraLife QuickMix handheld dosing system offers solution for dosing fresh-cut flowers

FloraLife, a division of Smithers-Oasis Co., and worldwide leader in providing solutions throughout the flower journey from farm to vase, introduced its new FloraLife QuickMix handheld dosing system. Benefiting from Swiss-made ingenuity, this smaller system allows FloraLife products to be dispensed directly from your hand.

With its compact and easy-to-use design, FloraLife QuickMix handheld dosing system connects to any water source. Its refillable canister allows for clear monitoring of solution level and can be easily adjusted between dosing settings.
 
“There has never been anything like this before,” said Helen Heslop, product and digital marketing manager, FloraLife. “We identified a need in the market for something simpler for our customers to use. This new dosing unit is lightweight, portable, user-friendly, affordable and accurately dispenses solution which reduces unnecessary waste. The customers who have used this unit have been impressed by how much time it saves and how easy it is to use, connect and disconnect, and bring to any events and shows.”

She also said, “this is the first time a dosing system can have any length hose from the water source, allowing free movement around the shop to fill vases and buckets. No more dragging everything to your injector and back out again.”

Created for use by wholesalers, supermarkets, event planners and florists, the FloraLife QuickMix handheld dosing system provides highly accurate dispensing with a simple pull of the trigger, which also mixes the water and FloraLife liquid product together. As a result, users can feel confident that their fresh-cut flowers are getting exactly what they need in terms of hydration and feeding solutions. Depending on the concentration of the hydration or feeding product used, a full tank can fill up to 250 vases or many buckets with a one-liter solution.

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