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© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc.
Brief History First commercial drip systems were developed in the early 1960’s (Ag) Subsurface applications began appearing in mid 1980’s (Ag) when drippers where incorporated inside the tubing
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. Landscape Adoption to Drip Irrigation Landscape applications grew from the need to save water in the early to mid 1970’s Benefits for drip irrigation were soon realized where problems caused by damaging spray occurred Now we are just starting to see the coexistence between subsurface drip and sprinklers. Hybrid systems use drip to “set back” sprinklers from hardscapes
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. Subsurface System Basics Dripperline is evenly buried Supply and Exhaust Headers create “looped” piping network System Components Dripperline Filter Pressure Regulator Flush Valve Vacuum Relief Valve Kurt Maloney:
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. System Advantages Saves water
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. System Advantages Efficiently irrigates odd shaped areas
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. System Advantages Eliminates water on streets and sidewalks
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. System Advantages Prevents staining on windows and fences
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. System Advantages Removes tripping hazards
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. System Advantages Promotes healthy plant growth
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. System Advantages Yields rapid plant growth in first few years Before - August 95 After - April 96
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. System Advantages Virtually eliminates system maintenance
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. General Economic Comparison to Conventional Spray Sprinklers Dripperline is generally more economical vs. sprinklers in applications where the width is less than 10’ to 13’. Using dripperline in expansive areas greater than 13 Feet wide may offer solutions to problems caused by overhead spray systems
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. Installation Methods
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. Unique Applications Pocket Wall
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. Sport Turf Application
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. Grass Tennis Court
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. Grand Stand Area
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. Turf Installation
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. Catalog & Brochures Product Catalog Techfilter Fact vs. Fiction Desert Mountain article reprint Project Lists
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. Design Aids Techline Design Guide Landscape Design Manual CAD Details on disk Specifications disk
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. Netafim Videos Techline Design, Installation and Maintenance Facts vs. Fiction Techfilter
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. Power Point Presentations Dripperline vs Sprinkler Installations Miracle Controller Techfilter Techline System Components Soil Moisture Control System Netafim History Aquanet Valve
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. Netafim Web Site Interactive design assistance Link to magazine articles Design calculator Product performance and specification data Literature and design information via
© 2000 Netafim Irrigation, Inc. Summary Subsurface drip has proven itself effective in solving many irrigation problems Vast numbers of applications continue to yield better than satisfactory results Further education and adoption of this technology will drive change in the industry, resulting in: –Much lower system “cost of operation” Water savings Reduced maintenance costs –Significantly higher valued irrigation systems
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