The drip filters are used to filter water on your farm, home, or industrial settings. They are accessories to drip irrigation systems and they are needed to filter the system’s water against debris and particles.
Features of the Drip Filter
- Filter water before it enters the drip system to avoid clogged drip emitters and low drips heads
- Useful Y-filter controls debris volume
- It is a 2 inches drip filter (The intake and outlet, the point where the pipe connects with it)
- It is universal; it can work with new or existing drip systems
- 150 Mesh removable screen filter
- Flush cap for easy filter cleaning
- The unique designed structure makes it easy to clean and easy to be assembled, even in a narrow space
- Widely used in household water filtration, agriculture irrigation, municipal garden irrigation, and industrial filtration application
Advantages of Drip Irrigation
- Fertilizer and nutrient loss are minimized due to a localized application and reduced leaching.
- Water application efficiency is high if managed correctly.
- Field leveling is not necessary.
- Fields with irregular shapes are easily accommodated.
- Recycled non-potable water can be safely used.
- Moisture within the root zone can be maintained at field capacity.
- Soil type plays a less important role in the frequency of irrigation.
- Soil erosion is lessened.
- Weed growth is lessened.
- Water distribution is highly uniform, controlled by the output of each nozzle.
- Labor cost is less than other irrigation methods.
- Variation in supply can be regulated by regulating the valves and drippers.
- Fertigation can easily be included with minimal waste of fertilizers.
- Foliage remains dry, reducing the risk of disease.
- Usually operated at a lower pressure than other types of pressurized irrigation, reducing energy costs.