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Pipes of several lengths and diameters and an endless list of spare parts and fittings to set from the simplest to the most complicated irrigation system. Here you will find connectors and couplings for getting a water take from any point of the water supply network both at home or in the garden, T joints for splits, elbows for curve sections, drippers and hole punches to insert the drippers wherever you want.
There are polyethylene tubes of several diameters and lengths, so you can do anything you want: from very small installations where 8 m of tube are enough to large ones where you will need many meters. Depending on the flow rate and the drippers you are going to use, you must choose one diameter or another. With 16 mm tubes you can make drip systems easily, you'll only have to punch a hole with a punch and stick in a dripper with one or several outlets. The 25 mm tube can bear more pressure and is therefore ideal for larger installations. External threaded elements can be added to the 25 mm pipe (elbows or joints such as drippers). Since pipes of this diameter can stand higher pressures, it is possible to get up to 12 outlets with the drip manifold from a single take.
You can use many spare parts to make a good irrigation system and avoid shoddy works. The system needs to be properly balanced so that water comes out everywhere evenly (and flow isn't reduced at some parts as a consequence of friction). In order to do that, you have to lay down a balanced system of tubes: if there are 4 sections of tube, they all need to be the same length, there must be the same distance between them and the water pump must be virtually equidistant from them all. If you have to make a trident setting, you can start with 3 branches, and then take 6 or 9 new secondary branches (that is, take 2 or 3 secondary line from each originary branch). Remember it is always about balancing distances and lengths.
Elbows are needed to make curved sections. Otherwise, if the tube was bent, flow could be restrained or even blocked. If you need to split a pipe, you must use T joints and then you can take as many branches as you wish from the main one. If you want to increase the length of the pipe or fix a pinch, then you can use a coupling or and end-plug. Coupling pieces help to join two lengths of tube avoiding water leaks.
All waterworks need to be fed from a main water source. This can work by gravity or by means of a water pump that propels water from a tank. It is also possible to take water directly from the water supply network. Wherever you are taking water from, there must be a safe connection between your system and the main source. In order to do this type of union, you can use a connector and junctions that have one part to be threaded to the pump, tap or running water network and another one that fits in the irrigation main pipe. Completing a safe installation with all these fittings should be easy for you.
There are other accessories such as end plugs to put an end to your system and avoid water leaks at these points. There are also shutt-off valves to choose where to carry water and divide water flow as planned.
All these parts along with the tubes and pipes can be chosen in 16mm and 25mm and are made of polyurethane. These are the preferred types of tube for drip irrigation systems due to their economical price and ease of installation. They will also make you feel confident about the safety of your system, since you'll know you have a well made irrigation system with no leaks.