K-Line - Corner Karousel
The new K-Line Irrigation Corner Karousel gives you the ultimate flexibility to move your K-Line irrigation lines from paddock to paddock. The K-Line Karousel is also ideal for moving lines of pods in vegetables or orchards. The Karousel allows you to make a square corner with a long line of K-Line Irrigation pods. The Karousel is temporarily anchored to the ground with stakes at the end of a row. This pivot point is the equivalent of an idler pulley and allows the pods to move around the Karousel without the normal side slip at the end of the line of pods. The Karousels are typically used in pairs. You would normally move a line of pods out the end of a row (or out a gate) across the end, and back down an adjoining row.
In actual usage you would design the line of pods to have quick connect cam locks on both ends of the K-Line. Before moving the K-Line, you could easily disconnect the end of the line attached to the hydrant, cap the end of the K-Line, pull the line of pods from the opposite end out the end of the row, around the first Karousel, across the end, around the second Karousel, and back down an adjacent row and into position to quick connect the line to another hydrant.
More efficient usage: For pasture irrigation the corner Karousel allows you to easily move a length of K-Line Irrigation pods out the gate of a small paddock, around a corner and down a main alleyway, and around another corner back into another paddock. This minimizes overall pod cost because one irrigation line can now irrigate several small paddocks.
For vegetables and orchards you can now move a length of K-Line Irrigation pods out the end of a row of trees or vegetables, across the end, and down another row thereby minimizing the number of sprinklers normally required for a solid set system.
Reliability: K-Line’s corner Karousel is made of a sturdy aluminum frame with heavy duty canvas strapping for maximum durability and longevity.
Easy to Use: The corner Karousel minimizes labor requirements by allowing you to easily pull a length of pods out the paddock gate, down a lane, and into an adjoining paddock with the use of a small tow vehicle.