Bologna, Italy -- Rivulis Irrigation debuted a new thin wall drip tape at the EIMA Show in Bologna, Italy and was recognized by the Committee for Technical Innovation. The committee reviewed the product and awarded Rivulis Irrigation with a certificate at the show in November.
Rivulis Irrigation exhibited the D1000 Thin Wall Drip Line as well as other industry leading irrigation products like T-Tape Drip Tape, Ro-Drip Drip Tape, Supertif Flow Regulated Dripper, D5000 Flow Regulated Drip Line, S2000 Micro Sprinkler and the premium drip tape – Rivulis Reserve.
D1000 Thin Wall Drip Tape: The D1000 Drip Line with ActiveFlex technology offers the agriculture industry’s most advanced thin wall drip line. Driven by Rivulis Irrigation’s extensive knowledge of and experience in developing and manufacturing the world’s best drip tapes and drip lines, the D1000 Drip Line with the ActiveFlex technology combines the best of both types of drip product technologies into this next generation product. Like drip tape, the D1000 Drip Line is manufactured with thin walls (6 and 8 mil) and has a slit outlet that is ideal for subsurface applications. Because the D1000 Drip Line utilizes a molded dripper, it produces very accurate flow rates and superior plug resistance. With all its features, the D1000 Drip Line with ActiveFlex technology delivers enhanced performance in your field.
Rivulis Irrigation provides industry leading drip and micro irrigation solutions with superior channel partners to growers that want to optimize operations and output. Headquartered in Israel with manufacturing and distribution in markets throughout the world, Rivulis Irrigation offers a full line of irrigation products including drip lines, drip tapes, filters, hose and tubing, sprinklers, sprays and valves. Rivulis Irrigation has sales, marketing, and technical staff supporting water management solutions in more than 100 countries. Providing solutions and knowledge to help each part of the world grow better. Rivulis Irrigation currently has eleven manufacturing locations in nine countries (Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Chile, France, India, Israel, Spain and the United States).