Localised irrigation is the tool available to control crop productivity by using water as the vehicle for applying nutrients only when, how much and where the plant needs them. But this, in the 21st century, is not enough.
A future in which the efficient use of resources will define the development of many countries requires the implementation of high-precision localised irrigation systems in agriculture. As a result of technological development, both unique dripper designs and manufacturing capabilities ensure consistent quality and excellent water use, making precision the difference in agricultural water use.
Modernising conventional irrigation systems with high-precision localised irrigation systems involves the integration of controlled raw materials and high-tech production processes, which ensure that the highest performance and constant quality are maintained throughout the entire period of operation.
Accuracy in localised irrigation systems must not fluctuate and has to remain at its highest value throughout the entire life cycle of the system.
For us, high-precision localised irrigation systems are the result of constant innovation in dripper design, continuous evolution (improvement) of processes and a proprietary technological capability, enabling large-scale manufacturing in a globalised world.
Accuracy is the only value that does not depend on the rest in the installation. Drippers must be accurate when used, over the working or self-compensating range, and filtration systems must also be accurate in their protection of the system and in resource use efficiency.