Maximize your farm with longer run-lengths
Have you ever wondered why some drip lines can work for longer run lengths than others?
The maximum distance a drip line can function is dependent on a number of factors including the exponent (correlation between flow output and pressure) and the kd value (friction caused by each emitter in the drip line). The lower the exponent and the kd value, the further you can run your drip irrigation system while still maintaining a high standard of irrigation uniformity.
D900’s design minimizes friction loss through its small design, and its uniquely engineered flow path that minimizes exponent. In other words, D900 allows you to achieve longer distances per row while still maintaining high uniformity.