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Toro Introduces Thinwall Dripline for Subsurface Irrigation

March 13, 2013
By: Nate Birt, Top Producer Deputy Managing Editor google + 
Toro Thinwall Dripline

The new Thinwall Dripline product line from Toro can be used for subsurface irrigation or other applications, the company announced. The product offers durability and a flat, molded emitter that resists plugging, among other features.

"Thinwall Dripline is available in 10-, 13- and 15-mil wall thicknesses, and is constructed from premium-quality materials to maximize the tube’s durability and performance," says Claude Corcos, senior marketing manager for Toro’s Micro-Irrigation Business. "As a result, installation and retrieval are easier, and the life of the dripline is extended, even in rocky and abrasive soils."

Other features include:

  • Only 120-mesh filtration required to minimize clogging
  • Available in 10-, 13- and 15-mil wall thicknesses, and popular 5/8" and 7/8" internal diameters for variable field conditions
  • Available in five different emitter flow rates -- 0.16, 0.25, 0.30, 0.47 and 0.75 GPH -- to accommodate a variety of soil conditions, system flow requirements or both
  • CV of ≤ 3% for optimal field uniformity
  • Extruded tube made of strong and premium-quality materials provides for easy installation and retrieval
  • Compatible with all Toro Pro-Loc tape fittings

Click here to get more information on the Toro website.

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