Sprinklers are applicable in watering agricultural crops, lawns, and landscapes in Kenya. Sprinklers, on the other hand, are the most popular and efficient approach in Kenya. Sprinkler irrigation, like rainfall, is a way of administering water in a regulated manner. The delivery of water is by a network that may include pumps, valves, pipelines, and sprinklers. It is beneficial on uneven ground where there is insufficient water as well as on sandy soil. For every area and crop, we also design, supply, and install all sorts of water sprinkler irrigation systems. Our irrigation sprinklers for sale in Kenya are of many sorts, suitable for a variety of crops, acreage, and locales.
What is the Sprinkler Irrigation System?
You may have seen how water droplets are spread equally across all the crops that are grown in a single field when it rains. As a result of receiving enough water after each downpour, the plants also appear to come back to life. Technology specialists were innovative by creating of the “sprinkler irrigation system,” which they model after how rain falls naturally.
Sprinkler irrigation is a technique that permits water distribution over a network of pipes, much like rainfall does. Pumps are applicable to move the water through the pipes, and sprinklers are applicable to disperse it into the air. The water transmission of water is subsequently through tiny raindrops that fall on the crops in a field.
Benefits of Sprinkler Irrigation System
- It is inexpensive and really simple to put up. You won’t need to spend a lot of money on manpower to put it up.
- There is no demand that you set up the sprinkler irrigation system in many places of your land.
- Setting up sprinkler irrigation has virtually little impact on crop growth. Thus, you won’t suffer a significant loss.
- The plants may receive frequent applications of water without your assistance.
- The water distribution is equal throughout the farm.
- You may manage the quantity of water delivered, allowing you to conserve water according to the needs and requirements of the plants.
- Sprinkler irrigation is appropriate for installation in all types of soil.
- This technique can also be applicable for other reasons, such as cooling during hot weather.
Types of Sprinklers
Rain gun sprinklers
A rain gun sprinkler is a high-performance micro-irrigation device that is intended for a wide range of purposes and applications requiring relatively strong flows and an extended radius of water throw. Rain gun sprinklers are available with operating pressures ranging from 2.0 to 7.5 kg/cm2 and flow rates ranging from 3 to 30 lps. Most of them have nozzle diameters ranging from 10 to 30 mm and wetting radiuses ranging from 27 to 60 meters.
An impact sprinkler (also known as an impulse sprinkler) is a form of irrigation sprinkler in which the sprinkler head pivots on a bearing on top of its threaded connection nut, pushed in a circular motion by the force of the outgoing water.
The Butterfly Plastic Sprinkler Head has a full circular spray design and fits onto sprinkler bases, spikes, or risers. These little, light sprinklers are effective for fragile plants such as vegetable seedlings in nurseries or flowers. Butterfly sprinklers produce less precipitation, allowing for longer watering times with less run-off.
Pop up Sprinklers/ Lawn Sprinklers
Pop-up Sprinklers system offers the best in autonomous watering. The sprinklers and plumbing are all underground. They are completely concealed from view, maintaining the garden’s exquisite beauty. When the device is activated, pop-up sprinklers erupt from the ground. The retractor returns to its original position when the system is off. The huge reduction in water usage is one of the most significant benefits of employing a pop-up sprinkler system. Pop-up sprinklers, when properly adjusted, deliver water accurately and effectively throughout the landscape, reducing waste.