The punctured drippers are drippers that are installed by inserting the dripper through the wall of emitter-emitting pipes, also called button drippers. There are many types of punctured droppers. The different qualities that can present in its design are:
• Adjustable drippers: they have the capacity to regulate the flow they provide.
• Removable drippers: they can be disassembled without removing the part of the dripper that is punctured in the pipe.
• Self-compensating drippers: they have a membrane that adjusts the flow to the pressure of the system in such a way that they maintain the flow in a determined pressure range. • Anti-drip drippers: they have a membrane that causes the dripper to close when the system pressure decreases, preventing the water from flowing out when irrigation is not carried out.


PC AQUARIUM: Of incredible precision and with very wide water passages
• Detachable self-compensating dripper.
• Easy to clean labyrinth CROWN
• Self-compensating and anti-draining dripper with high resistance to obstruction.
• Anti-draining variety for all flows
• Pressure range from 0.5 to 4 atm, with a coefficient of variation (C.V.) of 3%.

CHERRY: for use in gardening, turbulent regime and with adjustable flow.

  • It can be disassembled to clean comfortably, its regulation being progressive.
  • Dripper for plants with variable water needs and with an adjustable flow rate of 0 to 60 liters per hour.
  • The regulation by pressure of the head allows to regulate the drip flow and the diameter of the irrigation.
  • Manufactured with material resistant to agrochemicals and the effects of UV radiation.

The adoption of drip irrigation (surface or underground) in a sugarcane crop is technically feasible, economically viable and beneficial for many reasons:

  • Greater uniformity in the application of water.
  • Lower energy costs, due to the shorter pumping time required to irrigate a certain design area.
  • Savings of up to 45-50% of water, which contributes to greater efficiency in the use of water.
  • Fertilizer savings (25-30%) due to fertigation, with better efficiency in the use of fertilizers, and consequently greater agronomic efficiency, greater physiological efficiency and greater fraction of apparent recovery.
  • Less growth of harmful plants and labor savings in weed control, fertirrigation and plant protection operations.
  • Less incidence of pests and diseases due to better field health.
  • Optimal soil-water-plant relationships contribute to better germination, uniform emergence in the field and maintenance of an optimal population of plants.
  • Earlier harvest and more socks.
  • It is possible to program the irrigation in the day and in the night.
  • It facilitates the growth of the crop in marginal soils, due to the frequent irrigations and fertigation.
  • The high frequency of irrigation, the micro-washing and the greater potential of water in the soil make it possible to use saline water for irrigation.
  • Higher yields of cane and sugar.
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