Toro Introduces Thinwall Dripline for Subsurface Irrigation

March 13, 2013 12:00 AM
Toro Introduces Thinwall Dripline for Subsurface Irrigation

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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