The N.G.E SF is a precise, pressure compensating emitter engineered for use in vineyards, orchards, nurseries, greenhouse and landscape applications. The emitter's unique design provides flushing during operation and shutdown and prevents back-siphonage, providing added protection against clogging.
These PVC valves have built their popularity on a proven track record of reliability in agriculture and greenhouse drip irrigation applications. Their key features include flow control, manual bleed, and porting for use in glove and angle configurations. These versatile valves are ideal for a wide range of agricultural applications.
Unique straight-through flow path provides low-pressure loss and superior regulating capabilities. The 700 Series Ultra-Flow valves are ideal for low flow applications found in nursery and greenhouse drip irrigation applications.
The MC-E Series of irrigation controllers have advanced features designed for valve and pump control applications in agricultural drip irrigation. The MC-E Series controllers have a looping feature to reliably control misting, cooling and fogging in greenhouse and nursery applications. New flow monitoring and diagnostic features detect unscheduled ...
The F Series family of plastic Y filters offers superior performance and durability under demanding conditions. Filters are suitable as a primary or secondary filter. Screen filters are available in small and large body bodies. Small body filters are ideal for tight installations and large body filters provide a larger filtration area. All these ...
The N.G.E AL Anti-drain pressure compensating emitter is ideal for greenhouse and nursery applications, or any situation that requires precise irrigation of containers or individual plants. Water is applied uniformly from each emitter outlet, and the unique anti-drain feature eliminates drainage caused by differences in elevation.
The -holaras- wood fibre matting/dosing containers are primarily developed for poultry companies that use wood fibre as a matting. Using the matting/dosing containers, the wood fibres are simply shovelled up, transported and distributed in the stall evenly and free of dust. The machine lays a kind of ‘wood fibre carpet’ with adjustable thickness.