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Water Tank Solutions are industry leaders in irrigation design and installation, and proud suppliers of RainBird Irrigation products.

​We believe it is important to manage water wisely, which is why we choose to supply and install irrigation products which significantly reduce water waste from overspray, evaporation, over-watering and run-off. A professionally designed and installed irrigation system saves water and provides the best results. 

​We can create a water management and irrigation plan which utilises the minimum amount of water for maximum gain.

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Drip irrigation, also known as trickle irrigation or microirrigation, is a method of delivering water to plants at a slow and steady rate, drop by drop, directly to the roots. It is a highly efficient irrigation method as it minimizes water loss through evaporation, runoff, and overspray.

 

Drip irrigation systems consist of a network of tubing, emitters, and valves that deliver water to the plants through small openings or drippers. The water is delivered directly to the root zone, where it is needed most, reducing water waste and promoting deep root growth. This method of irrigation is well suited for crops that have a low tolerance for wet leaves, such as tomatoes, peppers, and grapes

Dripper Irrigation

Micro-spray irrigation, also known as micro-jet irrigation, is a type of micro-irrigation method that uses small, low-pressure nozzles to deliver water to plants in a fine mist or spray. The nozzles are connected to a network of tubing, and they deliver water to the plants at a low pressure, typically between 10 and 30 psi (pounds per square inch).

The micro-spray irrigation system is designed to deliver water to the plants in a way that minimizes water loss through evaporation and runoff. The fine mist or spray created by the nozzles allows water to be absorbed quickly and efficiently by the plants.

This method of irrigation is well suited for crops that require frequent watering such as fruits, vegetables, flowers, and ornamental plants. It can be used for small gardens, greenhouses, and large commercial fields. Micro-spray irrigation systems can also be used in combination with other irrigation methods, such as surface irrigation, to create an efficient and sustainable irrigation system.

Micro-Spray 
Irrigation

Pop-up irrigation, also known as spray irrigation, is a type of irrigation system that utilises sprinklers that are hidden underground. The sprinklers are connected to a network of underground pipes, and when the system is activated, the sprinklers pop up out of the ground and spray water onto the lawn or garden.

Pop-up irrigation systems can be programmed to run at specific intervals, such as every day or every other day, or they can be triggered by a moisture sensor, which activates the system when the soil is dry. The water is delivered in a spray pattern, which can be adjusted to suit the needs of different types of plants.

 

These systems are typically used in lawns, gardens, and other landscaped areas.

Pop-up irrigation systems are highly efficient as they distribute water evenly and are less likely to lose water due to evaporation and wind drift. This type of irrigation system is typically used for residential and commercial landscaping.

Pop-Up
Irrigation

Pot stream irrigation, also known as pot irrigation or container irrigation, is a method of watering plants that are grown in pots or containers. It is an efficient and effective way to water containerized plants, as it delivers water directly to the root zone of the plant, where it is needed most.

Pot stream irrigation systems consist of a reservoir of water, a pump, and a series of nozzles or emitters that are attached to the base of each container. The nozzles or emitters deliver a steady stream of water to the roots of the plant, allowing the water to be absorbed quickly and efficiently.

This method of irrigation is well suited for containerized plants that have a high water requirement, such as hanging baskets, patio containers and indoor plants. The system can be set to deliver water at specific intervals, or it can be triggered by a moisture sensor, which activates the system when the soil in the container is dry.

Pot-stream
Irrigation

Mist irrigation, also known as fog or misting irrigation, is a method of delivering water to plants in the form of a fine mist or fog. It is a type of micro-irrigation system that uses high-pressure nozzles to atomize the water into very small droplets, which are then delivered to the plants through a network of tubing.

 

Mist irrigation systems are designed to deliver water to the plants in a way that minimizes water loss through evaporation and runoff. The fine mist or fog created by the nozzles allows water to be absorbed quickly and efficiently by the plants. This method of irrigation is particularly well suited for crops that require high humidity levels, such as tropical plants, orchids, and ferns.

Mist irrigation systems can also be used in combination with other irrigation methods, such as drip irrigation, to create an efficient and sustainable irrigation system. The systems can be set to deliver water at specific intervals, or they can be triggered by a moisture sensor, which activates the system when the soil is dry. Mist irrigation systems are typically used in greenhouses, nurseries, and other horticultural applications.

Mist
Irrigation

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