Outstanding Agronomic Performance
BEST AGRONOMIC PERFORMANCE
The benefits of closer emitter spacing are numerous, but are all related to more effective water movement.
When irrigating, you want water to move laterally, not deep down through the soil profile where it is either lost (including any fertilizers added) or is harder for plants to uptake. By keeping emitters spaced at close intervals, water flows laterally quicker, ensuring a continued wet strip along the row. In addition, more emitters per meter provides greater protection against crop loss if an emitter becomes blocked.
A great thing is when you use T-Tape, closer emitter spacing intervals do not need to come at an extra cost. Because Rivulis T-Tape has emitters manufactured into the tape itself, as opposed to inserted molded emitters, there is no cost difference per meter between 10 emitters per meter (10 cm spacing) and two emitters per meter (50 cm spacing).
NO COMPROMISE: WIDE RANGE OF CONFIGURATIONS
The problem with many drip systems is that you cannot always get the ideal configuration for your unique requirements. Therefore you compromise and in turn, may not achieve the optimum results possible.
Compromise is not an issue when you choose T-Tape which features one of the widest ranges of configurations available including:
7 x Flow rate options from 0.25 l/h – 4.0 l/h
Choose depending on your individual crop, environment and soil requirements
4 x Diameters: 16, 22, 29 and 35 mm.
Larger diameters allow for longer-run lengths while still achieving high uniformity
7 x Wall thickness options: 5 – 15 mil (0.13 – 0.38 mm)
Heavier wall thicknesses are ideal for multi-season, long-term sub-surface, or where additional strength is required
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