Depending on the size and length of the drip line you desire, there are various Drip Line prices in Kenya. We provide the best drip irrigation lines in Kenya. We provide drip lines with a single emitter and two emitters. Through trickling irrigation, drip lines with emitters spaced at 15 cm, 20 cm, 30 cm, and 40 cm are used to irrigate crops. The single or double emitters in the 1 bar pressure drip irrigation kits have a wall thickness of 0.3, 0.4, or 0.5 mm. Our driplines are UV treated and have a flow rate of between 1.1 and 2.2 liters per hour. We install the most recent, cost-effective, and long-lasting drip irrigation kits as one of the drip irrigation provider businesses in Kenya.
What are drip lines?
A drip line is a pipe with a drip emitter built inside of it that is evenly distributed throughout the pipe to deliver a certain amount of water. Effluent and landscaping are frequently used. The primary component of a drip irrigation system is drip lines. Because of its effectiveness, precision, and durability, drip line irrigation is being used more and more in horticulture, agriculture, and other irrigation-related industries. The drip lines’ thickness varies. Drip pipes from Aqua Hub are available in 0.3mm and 0.4mm diameters.
The following are the factors to consider when looking for a drip line;
- Pressure and Flow Regulation
- Dripper Distance
Drip line Prices in Kenya
Size, thickness, and length are used to categorize our pricing. We also create custom projects to meet the demands of our clientele.
|Spacing and Thickness||Length||Price|
|15 cm, 0.3 mm||1000 meters||8,000|
|15 cm, 0.4 mm||1000 meters||9,000|
|20 cm, 0.3 mm||1000 meters||8,000|
|20 cm, 0.4 mm||1000 meters||9,000|
|30 cm, 0.3 mm||1000 meters||8,000|
|30 cm, 0.4 mm||1000 meters||9,000|
|45 cm, 0.3 mm (on order)||1000 meters||8,000|
|45 cm, 0.4 mm (on order)||1000 meters||9,000|
Why use drip lines for Irrigation?
Drip lines are the main part of drip irrigation, as was already mentioned. Using them for irrigation has a number of benefits. In drip irrigation, drip lines with emitters are run next to the plants. Water is slowly trickled into the soil’s root zone by the emitters. As moisture levels are maintained within an ideal range, plant production, and quality increase. Additionally, drip irrigation:
- Reduces water contact with plant leaves, stems, and fruit to prevent illness.
- Allows for dry rows between plants, which improves access and reduces weed growth.
- The system saves time, money, and water because it is so efficient.
- This reduces labor. Because it allows you to apply both water and fertilizer simultaneously (fertigation). This saves time and reduces labor.
- Enhances performance on rough terrain.
- Reduces nutrient and water loss below the root zone.
Aqua Hub Kenya is a well-known supplier, dealer, and installer of drip lines. We have offices in both Nairobi and Eldoret. We are a dependable source for all of your agricultural inputs and management practices. For more information, call 0790719020.