Plastic Impact Sprinklers
Our high-quality plastic impact sprinklers are a cost-effective substitute for brass sprinklers. They are designed for commercial agriculture, have good uniformity, and are dependable for a long time. Features:
Input : 1 ” Female
Pressure: 2-6 Bar
Sprinkler Radius: (15 – 20 ) m
Plastic Impact Sprinklers are for a wide variety of general field usage. That includes portable, semi-portable, and solid set systems. This is to fulfill the demanding requirements of contemporary, cost-effective irrigation systems. They guarantee fall-safe operation and long life with minimal maintenance because of their advanced field-tested structure and use of highly corrosion-resistant materials. From tiny nozzle sizes with low flow rates to big nozzle sizes with high flow rates, we offer a wide variety of plastic impact sprinklers.
What is an impact sprinkler?
An impact sprinkler is a form of irrigation sprinkler in which the sprinkler head pivots on a bearing on top of its thread-like connection nut. Being propelled in a circular motion by the force of the outgoing water.
An overhead irrigation device called a plastic impact sprinkler uses moderate to strong pressure to irrigate crops. Gravity provides the low-pressure power force, while a water pump provides the high-pressure power force. Aqua Hub Kenya installs and supplies these sprinklers in a range of intake pipe diameter sizes.
1/2 inch, 3/4 inch, and 1 inch are these. We provide the more potent rain gun generation of sprinklers for sizes above this. Sprinkler nozzle sizes for 1/2 inch, 3/4 inch, and 1 inch are 0.4 mm, 0.6 mm, and 0.8 mm, respectively.
Advantages of impact sprinklers
- They are adaptable to any type of soil.
- It can be applicable to irrigate both small and large farmlands.
- Affordable as they are available in a wide range of discharge capacities.
- They are long-lasting.
- They are easy to install and maintain.
- Heavy-duty retraction plate that ensures uniform rotation.
- Well-designed knobs to ensure maximum water flow in all directions.
How to use a plastic impact sprinkler
When irrigating, take into account crops that are resistant to foliage fungal diseases because of moisture on their leaves. To grow tomato, pepper, potato, chile, and other solanaceous crops, drip irrigation. This prevents their leaves from getting too much moisture. because they succumb to leaf fungal diseases fast as a result of moisture. Under sprinklers, certain bean varieties, snow peas, and mangetout are also susceptible to leaf fungal diseases.
common food crops include meadows for grass and legumes, onions, and cabbage. Others include orchards, forestry crops, watermelon, lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, garlic, carrot, maize, and lettuce. On how to utilize the system and which crops to employ with this irrigation system, our irrigation professionals and agronomists offer advice.
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