Philmac Launches A Wide Variety of Micro Irrigation Products
Philmac is the brand of choice for poly fittings in rural Australia, providing secure connections for the movement of our most precious resource - water.
April 21, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Philmac, providing some of the best irrigation products in Australia, has now launched a wide variety of micro irrigation products. The wide variety of micro irrigation products available includes spray jets, drippers, micro sprinklers, valves, LDPE fittings and accessories. The range of products is ideal for domestic watering, commercial landscapes and horticulture applications. Irrigation ensures that water is delivered efficiently and effectively to the intended destination. The quality range of irrigation products suit almost all application, from domestic watering, through landscape and horticulture.
A spokesperson, "Manufactured and used in a number of countries for more than 20 years, Philmac's micro irrigation range is designed for irrigation installations that require durable high quality components. The range is comprehensive to suit a range of irrigation applications and includes barbed fittings, emitters, drippers and micro sprinklers. Typically, these products have been used in domestic gardens and irrigated horticulture applications. Philmac offers a wide range of micro irrigation products that include spray jets, drippers, micro sprinklers, valves, LDPE fittings and accessories. The range is ideal for domestic watering, through commercial landscape to horticulture applications."
Sprinkler irrigation delivers large amounts of water to an entire field surface area whenever significant soil moisture has occurred, often weekly. Micro irrigation takes a different approach in how, where and when water is applied. Also referred to as drip or trickle irrigation, the methods using low volume micro sprinkler and spray devices. The unique feature of micro irrigation is that it operates in low pressure. The best part about micro irrigation is that it targets a portion of plant's root zone rather than the total field area. Micro irrigation does a better job than sprinkler methods in many situations because it maintains the moisture more consistently that the plants need than any other irrigation system.
"The goal of any irrigation method is to target water directly to where it is needed, whether that is for a domestic garden, commercial landscape or agriculture aiming to promote consistently high crop quality and yield by preventing drought stress. A micro-system does a better job of this than sprinkler methods in many situations because it maintains more constantly the moisture level plants need. Converting from conventional surface irrigation to a micro irrigation system therefore can greatly improve how evenly water is applied over a field and how efficiently water is used. But this potential can only be realized if the micro irrigation system is carefully designed, maintained and managed", stated a spokesperson.
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