Drip Irrigation

Drip irrigation or trickle irrigation is a type of micro-irrigation system that has the potential to save water and nutrients by allowing water to drip slowly to the roots of plants, either from above the soil surface or buried below the surface. The goal is to place water directly into the root zone and minimize evaporation. Drip irrigation systems in Georgia Tbilisi distribute water through a network of valves, pipes, tubing, and emitters. Depending on how well designed, installed, maintained, and operated it is, a drip irrigation system can be more efficient than other types of irrigation systems in Georgia , such as surface irrigation.

Drip irrigation Systems  is sometimes called trickle irrigation and involves dripping water onto the soil at very low rates (2-20 litres/hour) from a system of small diameter plastic pipes fitted with outlets called emitters or drippers. Water is applied close to plants so that only part of the soil in which the roots grow is wetted (Figure 60), unlike surface and sprinkler irrigation, which involves wetting the whole soil profile. With drip irrigation water, applications are more frequent (usually every 1-3 days) than with other methods and this provides a very favorable high moisture level in the soil in which plants can flourish.


-Labyrinth Dripper Technology for Maximum Congestion Resistance
-Internal Filtered Dripper Technology
-High chemical resistance
– “PERFECT” level homogeneous irrigation (Homogeneous Irrigation at “EXCELLENT” level)
In the experiments done by the related organizations, Our Round Drip Irrigation Pipes have a production disparities coefficient of Vm = 0,0249 and this value takes place within the “EXCELLENT” limits according to the classification ascribed by ASABE (American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers) Standards.