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irrigation system controller Applications

  • Constant pressure pump control for variable demand irrigation

    Mist, Drip, Spray, or Big Guns, the Cycle Stop Valve (CSV) turns any Submersible, Turbine, or Centrifugal pump into a variable flow, constant pressure system. The CSV maintains a constant pressure on the irrigation system throughout a wide range of flow. Eliminating line breaks and leaks, while precisely applying an exact amount of water, the CSV can conserve water as well as energy.

    By Cycle Stop Valves, Inc. based in Lubbock, TEXAS (USA).

  • Constant Pressure Pump Control

    For use with water well pumps and booster pumps, the Cycle Stop Valve (CSV) turns any pump into a variable flow, constant pressure system. Working in conjunction with a small pressure tank, the CSV is usually adjusted to the middle of the pressure switch range. IE; 40/60 PSI switch, 50 PSI CSV. The size of the pressure tank determines how much water can be used by the system before the pressure drops to 40 PSI, and the pressure switch starts the pump. As long as flow rates demanded is not more than the pump can provide, the CSV maintains a constant 50 PSI on the system. When there is no more flow required for the house, the CSV allows the little pressure tank to fill at a reduced rate to 60 PSI, and the pump is shut off by the pressure switch.

    By Cycle Stop Valves, Inc. based in Lubbock, TEXAS (USA).

  • Automated Control Systems for Aquaculture

    Argus is an automated control systems pioneer with over thirty years of leadership and innovation in control technology. We were among the first to use computers for integrating the control of greenhouse environments and irrigation systems. Today our systems are used in horticulture and biotechnology research facilities, universities, aquaculture and aquaponics, and many other custom control applications at sites throughout the world.

    By Argus Control Systems Ltd. based in Surrey, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Agriculture pumping systems

    In 2008, Watertronics became part of Lindsay Corporation, a Nebraska-based global manufacturer of agricultural irrigation products. Being a market leader in pump and control innovation, Watertronics was an excellent fit for Lindsay - matching water supply with water distribution… pumps with pivots. Watertronics products include not only pump stations, but advanced controls technology for high efficiency pumping that produces significant energy savings and labor savings. Today the Ag market is benefiting from advancing irrigation efficiencies, available through Lindsay’s worldwide Dealer network.

    By Lindsay Corporation based in Omaha, NEBRASKA (USA).

  • Golf course pumping systems

    In the Golf market, Watertronics is a leader offering cutting-edge technologies that provide superior irrigation results. Working closely with golf course owners, superintendents and designers, we deliver pump systems that result in vibrant greens, lush roughs, exceptional fairways, and gleaming ponds and lakes. Watertronics provides unique and personalized solutions to every client in the Golf market. Our proprietary features and patented products including Watervision remote monitoring, VirtualVision intuitive touchscreen controls, stainless steel impellers, and high-efficiency motors are among the list of what sets Watertronics apart from the competition.

    By Lindsay Corporation based in Omaha, NEBRASKA (USA).

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    Gas Sensing for Horticulture

    Controlled Environment Horticulture is a vast topic, and has been utilised in varying forms for centuries. Excavations of the city of Pompeii showed remains of early greenhouses dating back to AD79; and the modern greenhouses are thought to originate in the thirteenth century in Italy. Most people recognise the use of greenhouses for growing flowers and vegetables, whether in their own garden, at garden centres or on a commercial basis. Indeed most people will be conversant with irrigation systems that are used to supply water to such greenhouses and the use of heaters to control the temperature and thereby extend the growing season. However, modern systems have been developed for Controlled Environment Horticulture that are designed to further optimise the growing conditions; with sophisticated computer controlled sensors, combined with advanced software models, that can control not only the temperature, light level and water, but also the level of nutrients, humidity, pH and CO2

    By Edinburgh Instruments Ltd based in Livingston, UNITED KINGDOM.

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