Micro-Irrigation Product Catalog (Agriculture)

Micro-Irrigation Product Catalog (Agriculture)
MICRO-IRRIGATION
PRODUCT CATALOG 2016-2017
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Toro Micro-Irrigation
Product Catalog
Contact Information
The Toro Company
Micro-Irrigation Business
1588 N. Marshall Avenue
El Cajon, CA 92020-1523, USA
Phone Numbers:
+1 (800) 333-8125
+1 (619) 562-2950
Fax Numbers:
+1 (800) 892-1822
+1 (619) 258-9973
Websites:
toro.com
driptips.toro.com
©2016 The Toro Company
We reserve the right to improve our products and make changes in the specifications and designs without notice and without incurring obligation.
Products depicted in this brochure are for demonstration purposes only. Actual products offered for sale may vary in design and features.
Table of
Contents
TAPE............................................................. 7–18
FILTERS..................................................... 79–86
AQUA-TRAXX® WITH THE PBX ADVANTAGE.........8–11
AQUA-TRAXX® FC............................................12–15
PRO-LOC™ TAPE FITTINGS........................... 16–17
AQUA-CLEAR™ SAND FILTERS................... 80–82
2” & 3” PLASTIC DISC FILTERS.................. 84–85
F-SERIES PLASTIC FILTER.................................86
FLAT EMITTER DRIPLINE.........................19–21
NEPTUNE®........................................................20–21
DRIPLINE................................................... 23–32
BLUELINE® PC.................................................24–28
BLUELINE® CLASSIC......................................29–31
HOSE.......................................................... 33–40
BLUE STRIPE® ROUND..................................34–35
BLUE STRIPE® OVAL......................................36–37
LAYFLAT.......................................................... 38–39
I.P.S. - FLEXIBLE PVC TUBING...........................40
MICRO-DISTRIBUTION TUBING...................42–43
FITTINGS................................................... 45–58
PRO-LOC™ FITTINGS.................................... 46–50
XPANDO TAKE-OFF FITTINGS.....................52–53
HOSE FITTINGS LOC-EZE™......................... 54–55
BLUE STRIPE® OVAL HOSE AND LAYFLAT
CONNECTIONS............................................... 56–58
EMISSION DEVICES...................................59–78
NGE® SF.............................................................60–61
NGE® AL............................................................62–63
BLACK SPIDER............................................... 64–65
TURBO-SC PLUS & TURBO-KEY.................66–67
E-2 EMITTER..........................................................68
FOGGER...................................................................69
MICRO SPRINKLER VI CLASSIC...................70-71
MICRO SPRINKLER PC...................................72-73
MICRO SPRINKLER ACCESSORIES...................74
SNAP-JET II......................................................75-76
POT SPRAY STAKES.............................................77
TOOLS & ACCESSORIES......................................78
VALVES.....................................................87–104
100 SERIES PLUS.......................................... 88–89
700 SERIES PLUS..........................................90–91
1” PVC VALVES.......................................................92
1-1/2“ & 2” PVC VALVES......................................93
OMNIREG®................................................................94
BERMAD VALVES...........................................96–99
AIR/VACUUM VALVES...............................100–104
CONTROLLERS......................................105–112
KWIKDIAL® CONTROLLER................................. 106
RAIN DIAL® CONTROLLER..................................107
TOTAL CONTROL® CONTROLLER.....................108
MC-E CONTROLLER............................................109
IBOC™ PLUS SERIES CONTROLLER................110
JUNIOR DC CONTROLLER................................. 111
PUMP START RELAY..........................................112
INJECTORS............................................. 113–117
CHEMICAL INJECTORS..............................114–117
EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES.................119-124
TECHNICAL &
MARKETING RESOURCES....................125–132
Drip Irrigation:
A Better Way to Farm
Today it is more important than ever to use water resources wisely, irrigate
intelligently, and take full advantage of the benefits drip irrigation offers.
For instance, many farmers have enjoyed improved profitability with drip
irrigation by increasing crop yield and quality while at the same time
reducing costs from water, energy, labor, chemical inputs and water runoff.
Other benefits include significant water and capital investment savings
using drip, while simultaneously improving plant vigor by delivering water
and nutrients directly to the plant roots and avoiding unnecessary wetting of
plant leaves. In addition, drip irrigation allows for targeted, intelligent water
applications, where runoff, leaching and the wetting of non-targeted areas
are avoided or completely eliminated. Whether the motivation is improved
profitability or better resource use, drip irrigation makes sense.
Blue Stripe Hose & Emitters
Aqua-Traxx Drip Tape & Flat Emitter Dripline
Subsurface Drip Irrigation (SDI)
©2013 The Toro Company
A Company You Can Count On
A Century of Innovation
Since July 10, 1914, a long line of ingenious Toro inventors have developed dramatic
breakthroughs that helped establish and strengthen the Company’s leadership
role and revolutionize the industries in which we compete. As we embark upon our
second century, the people of Toro will continue to lead with our relentless drive to
innovate. At Toro, innovation is more than a slogan; it is our lifeblood, our legacy, our
commitment to all the customers we are honored to serve.
Toro Customer Care
Our customer service team and technical experts are truly extraordinary at what
they do. With well over 100 years of irrigation experience, you can depend on us.
For unbeatable customer service and support, call 1 (800) 333-8125 or 1 (619)
562-2950.
Educational Resources
At Toro, we are dedicated to providing educational material and resources that help
you make the most out of your drip irrigation system. From educational brochures,
to online drip irrigation calculators, to the “must have” Drip Irrigation Owner’s
Manual, we make sure you have enough information to become knowledgeable
disciples of drip irrigation.
Online Information
At Toro.com, we ensure that you are up-to-date and offer a complete, real-time
listing of all our drip irrigation products, along with product literature, finance
information, and a link to our Price List. Also, be sure to visit our educational
website, driptips.toro.com and sign up for our eNewsletter.
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TAPE
DRIPLINE
HOSE
EMISSION
DEVICES
FILTERS
VALVES
CONTROLLERS
INJECTORS
RESOURCES
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FITTINGS
Tape
Theof the
Tale
Tape
Install an ordinary drip tape and you’ll be locked into ordinary results. That’s because ordinary
tapes can’t affordably offer emitters spaced closer than 12 inches, and they may be more likely to plug.
But install premium drip tape — AQUA-TRAXX
®
WITH THE PBX ADVANTAGE —
and you’ll enjoy extraordinary results and durability. So, what’s the PBX Advantage? Unmatched precision.
With options from 4 to 24 inches, you can select the emitter spacing and flow rates
that work best for your soil type, crop and application needs. Plus, the
advanced flowpath design helps reduce clogging, so you’ll worry less about
plants going thirsty. Precise. Efficient. Practical. That’s the PBX Advantage.
That’s the tape you want. Ask us for more details or visit toro.com
AQUA-TRAXX®
WITH THE PBX ADVANTAGE
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TAPE
AQUA-TRAXX®
WITH THE PBX ADVANTAGE
DRIPLINE
HOSE
Premium Drip Tape with Unmatched Precision.
FITTINGS
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Precision
• Flow rates that match your soil type
• Accurately delivers water, fertilizer and chemicals
EMISSION
DEVICES
• Emitter spacing options from 4 to 24 inches
Uniformity
• Advanced flowpath design ensures accurate delivery of water from every emitter
• Best-in-class coefficients of variation (Cv’s) — below 3 percent
FILTERS
Durability
• Seamless construction provides maximum strength
• Premium materials provide ultra-high strength and flexibility
VALVES
Plugging Resistance
• Extra-large cross-sectional area helps prevent clogging
• PBX flowpath requires only 140-mesh filtration for most flow rates
CONTROLLERS
Aqua-Traxx with the PBX Advantage is the
result of more than 30 years of drip tape
research, development and manufacturing
from Toro Micro-Irrigation. Aqua-Traxx with the
PBX Advantage incorporates a Proportionally
Balanced Cross-Section (PBX) design that
optimizes emitter turbulence to effectively
manage water flow, deliver uniform distribution
and reduce clogging. With superior strength,
uniformity, durability and reliability, no other drip
tape matches the performance of Aqua-Traxx.
INJECTORS
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RESOURCES
The Proportionally Balanced Cross-Section (PBX) design optimizes flowpath turbulence to
effectively manage water flow, deliver uniform distribution and reduce clogging.
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AQUA-TRAXX®
WITH THE PBX ADVANTAGE
SP E C I FI C AT I O NS
Diameter
Wall
Thickness
Operating Pressure
psi
bar
Reel Length
meters
min
max
min
max
ft
5/8" (16mm)
4 mil
5 mil
6 mil
8 mil
10 mil
12 mil
15 mil
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
8
10
12
15
15
15
15
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.55
0.7
0.8
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
15,000
13,000
10,000
7,500
6,000
5,100
4,000
5/8" (16mm)
Short Reels
6 mil
8 mil
15 mil
4
4
4
12
15
15
0.3
0.3
0.3
1.0
1.0
1.0
7/8" (22mm)
6 mil
8 mil
10 mil
12 mil
15 mil
4
4
4
4
4
10
15
15
15
15
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
1" (25mm)
13 mil
4
15
1 1/8" (28mm)
15 mil
4
1 3/8" (35mm)
15 mil
4
t
Shor
Reel Weight
lbs
Kg
4,572
3,962
3,048
2,286
1,829
1,554
1,219
66
72
64
66
63
63
63
30
33
29
30
29
29
29
2,500
2,000
1,000
762
610
305
17
17
16
8
8
7
0.7
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
7,380
6,000
4,400
4,000
3,000
2,250
1,829
1,341
1,219
914
68
72
71
72
66
31
33
32
33
30
0.3
1.0
3,000
914
66
30
15
0.3
1.0
3,000
914
71
32
15
0.3
1.0
2,700
823
87
39
s
Reel
Understanding Aqua-Traxx Part Numbers
X - D
enotes the diameter. 5 for 5/8", 7 for 7/8", 8 for
1", and 11 for 1 3/8"
xx - Denotes mil thickness
Example: EA
5 10
08
34 – 600
Reel length
Q-100 flow rate at 8 psi
8" spacing
10 mil thickness
Diameter as 5/8"
Non-pressure compensating
Available in ready-to-ship boxes or
stretch wrapped reels.
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Note: Install with blues stripes up.
TAPE
Emitter Flow
Part Number
Outlet Spacing
Spacing
in
cm
Emitter Flow Rate
gph
@ 8 psi
Q-100
gpm / 100 ft
lph
@ 10 psi
Emitter
Exponent
Filtration
Requirement
mesh(micron)
@ 0.55 bar
@ 0.7 bar
0.08
0.08
0.26
0.26
0.30
0.30
0.17
0.09
0.20
0.10
1.30
0.65
1.47
0.74
0.55
200 (74)
0.10
0.10
0.34
0.34
0.38
0.38
0.22
0.11
0.25
0.13
1.66
0.83
1.88
0.94
0.55
200 (74)
0.11
0.11
0.38
0.38
0.43
0.43
0.25
0.13
0.28
0.14
1.86
0.93
2.11
1.05
0.55
200 (74)
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.51
0.51
0.51
0.51
0.51
0.51
0.51
0.57
0.57
0.57
0.57
0.57
0.57
0.57
0.67
0.44
0.34
0.22
0.17
0.14
0.11
0.75
0.50
0.37
0.25
0.19
0.17
0.12
4.99
3.33
2.50
1.66
1.25
1.11
0.83
5.58
3.72
2.79
1.86
1.40
1.24
0.93
0.50
140 (105)
0.17
0.17
0.17
0.57
0.57
0.57
0.63
0.63
0.63
0.50
0.25
0.17
0.56
0.28
0.19
3.73
1.86
1.24
4.17
2.08
1.39
0.50
140 (105)
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.76
0.76
0.76
0.76
0.76
0.76
0.76
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
0.85
1.00
0.67
0.50
0.34
0.25
0.22
0.17
1.12
0.75
0.56
0.37
0.28
0.25
0.19
7.47
4.99
3.74
2.50
1.87
1.67
1.25
8.36
5.58
4.18
2.79
2.09
1.86
1.40
0.50
140 (105)
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.13
1.13
1.13
1.13
1.13
1.13
1.13
1.34
0.90
0.67
0.45
0.34
0.30
0.22
1.50
1.00
0.75
0.50
0.37
0.33
0.25
9.99
6.66
4.99
3.33
2.50
2.22
1.67
11.16
7.44
5.58
3.72
2.79
2.48
1.86
0.50
140 (105)
0.37
0.37
0.37
0.37
0.37
0.37
0.37
1.27
1.27
1.27
1.27
1.27
1.27
1.27
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.68
1.12
0.84
0.56
0.42
0.38
0.28
1.87
1.25
0.94
0.62
0.47
0.42
0.31
12.48
8.33
6.24
4.16
3.12
2.78
2.08
13.95
9.31
6.98
4.65
3.49
3.10
2.33
0.50
140 (105)
0.59
0.59
0.59
0.59
0.59
0.59
2.01
2.01
2.01
2.01
2.01
2.01
2.24
2.24
2.24
2.24
2.24
2.24
2.65
1.33
0.88
0.66
0.44
0.29
2.96
1.48
0.99
0.74
0.49
0.33
19.75
9.87
6.58
4.94
3.29
2.19
22.08
11.04
7.36
5.52
3.68
2.45
0.50
140 (105)
VALVES
@ 10 psi
FILTERS
@ 8 psi
EMISSION
DEVICES
@ 0.7 bar
FITTINGS
@ 0.55 bar
HOSE
CONTROLLERS
INJECTORS
0.07 gph emitter
EAXxx0817
8
20
0.07
EAXxx1609
16
40
0.07
0.09 gph emitter
EAXxx0822
8
20
0.09
EAXxx1611
16
40
0.09
0.10 gph emitter
EAXxx0825
8
20
0.10
EAXxx1613
16
40
0.10
0.13 gph emitter
EAXxx0467
4
10
0.13
EAXxx0644
6
15
0.13
EAXxx0834
8
20
0.13
EAXxx1222
12
30
0.13
EAXxx1617
16
40
0.13
EAXxx1814
18
45
0.13
EAXxx2411
24
60
0.13
0.15 gph emitter
EAXxx0650
6
15
0.15
EAXxx1225
12
30
0.15
EAXxx1817
18
45
0.15
0.20 gph emitter
EAXxx04100
4
10
0.20
EAXxx0667
6
15
0.20
EAXxx0850
8
20
0.20
EAXxx1234
12
30
0.20
EAXxx1625
16
40
0.20
EAXxx1822
18
45
0.20
EAXxx2417
24
60
0.20
0.27 gph emitter
EAXxx04134
4
10
0.27
EAXxx0690
6
15
0.27
EAXxx0867
8
20
0.27
EAXxx1245
12
30
0.27
EAXxx1634
16
40
0.27
EAXxx1830
18
45
0.27
EAXxx2422
24
60
0.27
0.34 gph emitter
EAXxx04168
4
10
0.34
EAXxx06112
6
15
0.34
EAXxx0884
8
20
0.34
EAXxx1256
12
30
0.34
EAXxx1642
16
40
0.34
EAXxx1838
18
45
0.34
EAXxx2428
24
60
0.34
0.53 gph emitter
EAXxx04265
4
10
0.53
EAXxx08133
8
20
0.53
EAXxx1288
12
30
0.53
EAXxx1666
16
40
0.53
EAXxx2444
24
60
0.53
EAXxx3629
36
90
0.53
* X denotes the diameter. 5 for 5/8”, 7 for 7/8”, 8 for 1” and 11 for 1-3/8”
** xx denotes mil thickness.
*** 1” only available in 13 mil.
Metric outlet spacing expressed in nominal length.
lph / 1 meter
DRIPLINE
FLOW RAT E S
Available in 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12 & 15 mil Tape
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AQUA-TRAXX®
WITH THE PBX ADVANTAGE
The Next Level of Uniformity,
Efficiency and Yield
The new Toro Aqua-Traxx® Flow Control (FC) drip tape
is the latest advancement in the evolution of precision
drip irrigation. It’s the only flow-controlling drip tape
available — giving you more control and uniformity
wherever you farm. The innovative flow-controlling
design provides you with the flexibility to increase
or decrease flow while maintaining a uniform output
across changing elevations. Now you have more control
over how much water your crops get, especially in long
runs or hilly terrain, where water pressure can vary
throughout the run.
A DVA N TAG E
1
MORE UNIFORM OUTPUT FOR ANY TERRAIN
STANDARD TAPE
Standard tapes stress plants and reduce yield
and efficiency by over- or under-watering as
pressure changes throughout the run.
RESULT: Wasted water and fertilizer,
stressed plants and reduced yields.
AQUA-TRAXX® FC
Same
Inlet Pressure
Toro Aqua-Traxx FC gives you uniform output
regardless of elevation changes. So now you can
adjust the amount of water you give your plants
on hilly terrain, and they’ll all receive the same
amount through our uniform delivery system.
RESULT: More uniform plants and
higher yields even in hilly terrain that might
otherwise be impractical to farm.
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TAPE
DRIPLINE
FEAT URES:
• Designed and molded with the PBX Advantage for
increased durability, clog resistance and uniform output
•Flexibility to increase and decrease flow without
sacrificing uniformity
HOSE
•Available in three diameters and five wall thicknesses,
including more-affordable 5/8-inch 6 mil and 7/8-inch 8 mil
•Emitter spacing from 6–24 inches with no cost increase, for
precise placement and flexibility when designing your system
FITTINGS
•All flow rates require just 150-mesh filtration
EMISSION
DEVICES
2
THE ABILITY TO CONTROL THE FLOW
FILTERS
A DVA N TAG E
AQUA-TRAXX® FC
VALVES
Lower System
Inlet Pressure
CONTROLLERS
Toro Aqua-Traxx FC puts you in
control of watering decisions. You
control how much water your plants
receive by increasing or decreasing
the operating pressure — without
sacrificing uniformity.
RESULT: More uniform delivery
of water and fertilizer to the roots
of your plants with the flexibility to
control application rates.
Higher System
Inlet Pressure
INJECTORS
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AQUA-TRAXX®
WITH THE PBX ADVANTAGE
AQUA-TR AXX FC FLOW R AT E S
Emitter Flow
Part Number
Outlet
Spacing
Emitter Flow Rate
Q-100
Emitter
Filtration
Exponent Requirement
gph
lph
gpm/100 ft
lph/1 meter
@ 10 psi
@ 0.7 bar
@ 10 psi
@ 0.7 bar
30
0.13
0.51
0.22
1.66
0.3
60
0.13
0.51
0.11
0.83
0.3
in
cm
EAFCxx1222
12
EAFCxx2411
24
mesh (micron)
0.13 gph emitter
150 (98)
0.20 gph emitter
EAFCxx0667
6
15
0.20
0.76
0.67
4.99
EAFCxx0850
8
20
0.20
0.76
0.50
3.74
EAFCxx1234
12
30
0.20
0.76
0.34
2.50
EAFCxx1625
16
40
0.20
0.76
0.25
1.87
EAFCxx1822
18
45
0.20
0.76
0.22
1.67
EAFCxx2417
24
60
0.20
0.76
0.17
1.25
6
15
0.27
1.01
0.90
6.66
0.3
150 (98)
0.3
150 (98)
0.27 gph emitter
EAFCxx0690
EAFCxx0867
8
20
0.27
1.01
0.67
4.99
EAFCxx1245
12
30
0.27
1.01
0.45
3.33
EAFCxx1634
16
40
0.27
1.01
0.34
2.50
EAFCxx1830
18
45
0.27
1.01
0.30
2.22
EAFCxx2422
24
60
0.27
1.01
0.22
1.67
AQUA-TR AXX FC WA LL T HI C KN E S S
Diameter
5/8”
(16mm)
0.635”
7/8”
(22mm)
0.880”
1 3/8”
(35mm)
1.380”
14
Wall
Thickness
Operating Pressure
psi
Reel Length
Reel Weight
bar
ft
meters
lbs
kg
1.1
10,000
3,048
64
29
1.1
7,500
2,286
66
30
0.3
1.7
6,000
1,829
63
29
25
0.3
1.7
5,100
1,554
63
29
4
25
0.3
1.7
4,000
1,219
63
29
4
15
0.3
1.0
6,000
1,829
72
33
min
max
min
max
6 mil
4
16
0.3
8 mil
4
16
0.3
10 mil
4
25
12 mil
4
15 mil
8 mil
10 mil
4
20
0.3
1.4
4,400
1,341
71
32
12 mil
4
20
0.3
1.4
4,000
1,219
72
33
15 mil
4
22
0.3
1.5
3,000
914
66
30
15 mil
4
18
0.3
1.3
2,700
823
87
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There is a Toro Aqua-Traxx®
and Aqua-Traxx FC premium drip
tape for every application.
Call your local Toro dealer if
you have any questions about
choosing the best tape for your
crop, soil type and terrain. You
can also find AquaFlow, Toro’s
drip irrigation system design
program, at driptips.toro.com.
TAPE
DRIPLINE
EMI T TE R FLOW VS P RE S S U RE
Emitter Flow vs Pressure
0.40
HOSE
0.35
0.25
FITTINGS
Flow Rate (gph)
0.30
0.20
0.15
0.10
EMISSION
DEVICES
0.27 gph @ 10 psi
0.05
0.20 gph @ 10 psi
0.13 gph @ 10 psi
0.00
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
Pressure (psi)
FILTERS
VALVES
CONTROLLERS
The latest evolution in precision.
INJECTORS
RESOURCES
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PRO-LOC™
TAPE FITTINGS
PRO-LOC TAPE FITTINGS
PRO-LOC TAPE FITTINGS
Layflat Takeoff Fittings
Couplings
FTC500
5/8" Tape Coupling
FTC700
7/8" Tape Coupling
FTC800
1" Tape Coupling
Barb Adapters
FTA5-250B
5/8" Tape x 250 Series Barb Adapter
FTA5-400B
5/8" Tape x 400 Series Barb Adapter
FTA5-700B
5/8" Tape x 700 Series Barb Adapter
FTA7-700B
7/8" Tape x 700 Series Barb Adapter
FTA5-425G
5/8" Tape x 425 Series Barb Adapter
with Integral Gasket*
FTA5-425GR
5/8" Tape x 425 Series Barb Adapter
with Rubber Grommet*
FTA7-425GR
7/8" Tape x 425 Series Barb Adapter
with Rubber Grommet*
FTHG4
Top Hat Grommet for
400 - 425 Series Barbs
FTA5-LF
5/8" Tape x Layflat Takeoff Single Grip**
FTA7-LF
7/8" Tape x Layflat Takeoff Single Grip**
FTA5-LF2
5/8" Tape x Layflat Takeoff Double Grip**
Barbed Hose Adapters
FTA5-500HB
5/8" Tape x 500 Series
Hose Barb Adapter
FTA5-700HB
5/8" Tape x 700 Series
Hose Barb Adapter
FTA7-700HB
7/8" Tape x 700 Series
Hose Barb Adapter
FTT500
5/8" Tape Tee
FTT700
7/8" Tape Tee
FTT5-500HB
5/8" Tape Tee x 500 Series Hose Barb
FTT5-700HB
5/8" Tape Tee x 700 Series Hose Barb
Tees
Barbed Tees
Hose Nut Adapters
Grommets
5/8" Tape End Plug
FTA7-END
7/8" Tape End Plug
FTA5-75FHS
5/8" Tape x 3/4" Female Hose
Swivel Adapter
FTA5-75MPT
5/8" Tape x 3/4"
MPT Male Adapter
FTA7-75MPT
7/8" Tape x 3/4"
MPT Male Adapter
5/8" Tape x 600 Series Pro-Loc Adapter
with Locking Nut
FTV500
5/8" Tape Shutoff Valve
FTV700
7/8" Tape Shutoff Valve
FTV5-250B
5/8" Tape x 250 Barb Adapter Shutoff Valve
FTV7-250B
7/8" Tape x 250 Barb Adapter Shutoff Valve
FTV5-400B
5/8" Tape x 400 Barb Adapter Shutoff Valve
FTV7-400B
7/8" Tape x 400 Barb Adapter Shutoff Valve
Shutoff Valves
Tape End Plugs
FTA5-END
FTA5-600HN
Adapters
Barbed Shutoff Valve with Locking Nut
Flush Valves
FFVFPT-L
5/8" Tape x 420 Series Barb
with Locking Nut Shutoff Valve
FTV5-500HN
5/8" Tape x 500 Series Hose Barb
with Locking Nut Shutoff Valve
Barbed Shutoff Valves
Automatic Flush Valve x 3/4"
Female Low Flow - White
FFVFPT-H
Automatic Flush Valve x 3/4"
Female High Flow - Red
FTA5-FVL
5/8" Tape x Low Pressure Flush Valve
FTA7-FVL
FTV5-420BN
FTV5-500HB
5/8" Tape x 500 Series Hose Barb
Shutoff Valve
FTV7-500HB
7/8" Tape x 500 Series Hose Barb
Shutoff Valve
Layflat Takeoff Shutoff Valve
7/8" Tape x Low Pressure Flush Valve
FTV5-LF
5/8" Tape x Layflat Takeoff
Shutoff Valve**
FTV7-LF
7/8" Tape x Layflat Takeoff
Shutoff Valve**
* 15mm or 0.59" drill size
** Requires a 16mm Layflat Cutter
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TAPE
TUBING
Layflat installation Tools
Tape x Tubing Assembly
FTA5-CL12B
5/8" Pro-Loc Tapex 400B
w/12" tubing assembly
LF-CUT14
Layflat Cutter - 14mm
FTA5-CL18B
5/8" Pro-Loc Tapex 400B
w/18" tubing assembly
LF-CUT16
Layflat Cutter - 16mm
FTA5-CL24B
5/8" Pro-Loc Tapex 400B
w/24" tubing assembly
LF-CUT19
Layflat Cutter - 19mm
FTA5-CL30B
5/8" Pro-Loc Tapex 400B
w/30" tubing assembly
400 Series Barb Tool
INS-400AS
400B Cutting and Inserting
Tool with Adjustable Tip - Short
INS-400AL
400B Cutting and Inserting
Tool with Adjustable Tip - Long
TIP-400XS
400B Replacement Tip - Extra Short
TIP-400S
400B Replacement Tip - Short
TIP-400AS
400B Replacement Adjustable
Tip - Short
TIP-400AL
Replacement Adjustable Tip - Long
CONTROLLERS
400B Cutting and Inserting
Tool - Short
VALVES
INS-400S
FILTERS
400B Cutting and Inserting
Tool - Extra Short
EMISSION
DEVICES
INS-400XS
FITTINGS
T-Handle Hex Tool for Layflat Installation
HOSE
LF-INST
DRIPLINE
INSTALLATION TOOLS
INJECTORS
RESOURCES
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Toro Micro-Irrigation
Flat Emitter
Dripline
Neptune
NEPTUNE
®
Flat Emitter Dripline
FLAT EMITTER DRIPLINE
Micro-Irrigation
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Neptune is ideal for• use
demanding
Highlyin
resistant
to pluggingapplications
– Molded emitterswhere
stand
up tocan
challenging
water
and organic
fertilizers such as
thicker walled products
provide
greater
durability
subsurface drip irrigation
(SDI).
Theand
exceptional
durability
of
• Ultra-high
strength
durability – Strength
and
for easy installation
and removal, and
the materials selectedflexibility
for thismake
product
makes installation
saving on time and labor, and significantly reducing
retrieval easier and extends
the useful life of the Neptune. The
chances of damage
discrete emitter in the flat emitter dripline resists plugging and
B lue Stripe of Toro quality – Blue stripe installed up
is a good choice for •applications
expected to last. Neptune can
insures proper outlet placement
stand up to rocky and abrasive soils that require a thicker tube,
• P recision performance – Excellent Cv ≤ 3%
and it is ideal for semi-permanent applications in which the
• F ive different flow rates available – Nominal 0.16, 0.25,
tubing needs to withstand
pruning and harvest damage.
0.30, 0.47, and 0.75 GPH
• Available in 8, 10, 13, 15, 18 and 24 mil
wall thicknesses
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• Available in popular 5/8” and 7/8” internal diameters
Highly resistant to plugging – Discrete
emitters stand up to challenging water and
organic fertilizers
• C ompatible with all Toro Pro Loc™ tape fittings
Ultra-high strength and durability – Strength
and flexibility make for
easyseasonal
installation
From
row crops, to more
and removal, savingpermanent
on time and
labor, and
subsurface
applications,
significantly reducing
chances
of
damage
Neptune’s broad product offering fits
many
grower’s
Blue Stripe of Toro quality
– Blueneeds.
stripe The exceptional
durability
the tubing materials
installed up insures proper
outletofplacement
makes installation and retrieval
Precision performance – Excellent Cv ≤ 3%
easier and extends the useful life of
Five different flow rates
available
Nominal
Neptune.
The –molded
emitter in the
0.16, 0.25, 0.30, 0.47,
0.75dripline
GPH resists plugging,
flat and
emitter
greater
durability
even in the
Available in 8, 10, offering
13, 15 and
18 mil
wall
most demanding settings. With a wide
thicknesses
variety of available flow rates and wall
Available in popular 5/8” and 7/8” internal
thicknesses, Neptune has the perfect
diameters
product for your application.
Compatible with all Toro Pro Loc™ tape
fittings
• 120 mesh filtration required
• O perating pressure between 6-30 PSI, depending on ID
and wall thickness
Operating pressure between 6-30 PSI,
depending on ID and wall thickness
Neptune
Neptune
part
numbering
part
numberingsystem
system
Example: TW 5 10 12 16 – 620
Reel length in 10 ft
120 mesh filtration required
Emitter flow rate in GPH
I.D.
Length
Wall
Thickness
Emitter Spacing in inches
Wall thickness in mil
Internal diameter in inches, 5/8"
Neptune product
Note: Install Neptune with blue stripe up.
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Toro Micro-Irrigation
TAPE
DRIPLINE
Flow Rates
Available in 8, 10, 13, 15, 18 and 24 mil wall thickness
Emitter Flow Part
Number
Q-100
gpm / 100 ft
@ 8 PSI
@ 10 PSI
@ 1 bar
@ 0.55 bar
lph / 1 meter
@ 0.7 bar
@ 1 bar
0.16
0.16
0.16
0.16
0.16
0.16
0.16
0.18
0.18
0.18
0.18
0.18
0.18
0.18
0.60
0.60
0.60
0.60
0.60
0.60
0.60
0.67
0.67
0.67
0.67
0.67
0.67
0.67
0.80
0.80
0.80
0.80
0.80
0.80
0.80
0.40
0.26
0.23
0.20
0.18
0.16
0.13
0.44
0.29
0.25
0.22
0.20
0.18
0.15
2.94
1.96
1.68
1.47
1.31
1.18
0.98
3.30
2.20
1.88
1.65
1.47
1.32
1.10
3.94
2.62
2.25
1.97
1.75
1.57
1.31
8"
12"
14"
16"
18"
20"
24"
20
30
35
40
45
50
60
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
0.95
1.08
1.08
1.08
1.08
1.08
1.08
1.08
1.30
1.30
1.30
1.30
1.30
1.30
1.30
0.64
0.42
0.36
0.32
0.28
0.25
0.21
0.71
0.47
0.41
0.36
0.32
0.28
0.24
4.66
3.10
2.66
2.33
2.07
1.86
1.55
5.31
3.54
3.03
2.65
2.36
2.12
1.77
6.40
4.27
3.66
3.20
2.84
2.56
2.13
8"
12"
14"
16"
18"
20"
24"
20
30
35
40
45
50
60
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.34
0.34
0.34
0.34
0.34
0.34
0.34
1.14
1.14
1.14
1.14
1.14
1.14
1.14
1.27
1.27
1.27
1.27
1.27
1.27
1.27
1.56
1.56
1.56
1.56
1.56
1.56
1.56
0.75
0.50
0.43
0.38
0.33
0.30
0.25
0.85
0.57
0.49
0.43
0.38
0.34
0.28
5.59
3.73
3.19
2.79
2.48
2.24
1.86
6.24
4.16
3.57
3.12
2.77
2.50
2.08
7.68
5.12
4.39
3.84
3.41
3.07
2.56
8"
12"
14"
16"
18"
20"
24"
20
30
35
40
45
50
60
0.47
0.47
0.47
0.47
0.47
0.47
0.47
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
1.78
1.78
1.78
1.78
1.78
1.78
1.78
1.99
1.99
1.99
1.99
1.99
1.99
1.99
2.40
2.40
2.40
2.40
2.40
2.40
2.40
1.17
0.78
0.67
0.59
0.52
0.47
0.39
1.31
0.87
0.75
0.66
0.58
0.52
0.44
8.76
5.84
5.00
4.38
3.89
3.50
2.92
9.78
6.52
5.59
4.89
4.35
3.91
3.26
11.81
7.87
6.75
5.91
5.25
4.72
3.94
8"
12"
14"
16"
18"
20"
24"
20
30
35
40
45
50
60
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.84
0.84
0.84
0.84
0.84
0.84
0.84
2.83
2.83
2.83
2.83
2.83
2.83
2.83
3.16
3.16
3.16
3.16
3.16
3.16
3.16
3.80
3.80
3.80
3.80
3.80
3.80
3.80
1.87
1.24
1.07
0.93
0.83
0.75
0.62
2.09
1.39
1.19
1.04
0.93
0.83
0.70
13.92
9.28
7.95
6.96
6.18
5.57
4.64
15.56
10.37
8.89
7.78
6.91
6.22
5.19
18.70
12.47
10.69
9.35
8.31
7.48
6.23
FILTERS
20
30
35
40
45
50
60
EMISSION
DEVICES
8"
12"
14"
16"
18"
20"
24"
FITTINGS
Individual Emitter Flow Rate
gph
lph
@ 8 PSI
@ 10 PSI
@ 0.55 bar
@ 0.7 bar
HOSE
0.16 GPH @ 8 PSI
TWXxx0816
TWXxx1216
TWXxx1416
TWXxx1616
TWXxx1816
TWXxx2016
TWXxx2416
0.25 GPH @ 8 PSI
TWXxx0825
TWXxx1225
TWXxx1425
TWXxx1625
TWXxx1825
TWXxx2025
TWXxx2425
0.30 GPH @ 8 PSI
TWXxx0830
TWXxx1230
TWXxx1430
TWXxx1630
TWXxx1830
TWXxx2030
TWXxx2430
0.47 GPH @ 8 PSI
TWXxx0847
TWXxx1247
TWXxx1447
TWXxx1647
TWXxx1847
TWXxx2047
TWXxx2447
0.75 GPH @ 8 PSI
TWXxx0875
TWXxx1275
TWXxx1475
TWXxx1675
TWXxx1875
TWXxx2075
TWXxx2475
Outlet
Spacing
in
cm
VALVES
X - denotes 5 for 5/8” diameter, 7 for 7/8” diameter
xx - denotes mil thickness
Nominal flow per emitter at 8 PSI
Specifications
Min
Max
6
16
0.41
1.03
10
6
20
0.41
1.38
13
6
25
0.41
1.72
15
6
30
0.41
2.07
18
6
30
0.41
2.07
24
6
30
0.41
2.07
8
6
12
0.41
0.83
10
6
15
0.41
1.03
13
6
20
0.41
1.38
15
6
25
0.41
1.72
18
6
30
0.41
2.07
24
6
30
0.41
2.07
Feet
Meters
8"
12"+
8"
12"+
8"
12"+
8"
12"+
8"
12"+
8"
12"+
8"
12"+
8"
12"+
8"
12"+
8"
12"+
8"
12"+
8"
12"+
6,400
7,200
5,600
6,200
4,300
4,700
3,900
4,200
2,900
3,100
2,000
2,000
4,400
5,200
4,200
4,900
3,500
4,000
2,400
2,700
1,900
2,100
1,300
1,400
1,950
2,195
1,707
1,890
1,311
1,433
1,189
1,280
884
945
610
610
1,341
1,585
1,280
1,494
1,067
1,220
732
823
579
640
396
427
Barb loss
Flow rate
Coefficient of factor (Kd)
nominal GPH
Variation (Cv) for 5/8”
at 8 PSI
tubing
0.16
0.25
0.30
0.47
0.75
≤ 3%
≤ 3%
≤ 3%
≤ 3%
≤ 3%
.10
.10
.10
.10
.10
Barb loss
factor (Kd)
for 7/8”
tubing
Emitter
Exponent
K
Value
Filtration
.05
.05
.05
.05
.05
0.50
0.51
0.51
0.50
0.49
0.0561
0.0864
0.1050
0.1660
0.2687
120 mesh
120 mesh
120 mesh
120 mesh
120 mesh
Neptune Emi8er Flow vs. Pressure Neptune Emitter
Emi8er Flow s. Pressure Neptune
Flow
vs.vPressure
1.5 1.5 1.4 1.4 1.3 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.1 1.1 1.0 1.0 0.9 0.9 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.0 0.0 6 8 10 12 14 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 16 18 20 Pressure (psi) 20 22 24 26 28 30 22 24 26 28 30 PressurePressure (psi) (psi) visit us at: toro.com
.16 Gph .25 Gph .30 Gph .47 Gph .75 Gph .16 Gph .25 Gph .30 Gph .47 Gph .75 Gph RESOURCES
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Reel Lengths
In Inches
Flow Rate (Gph)
Min Max
Emitter
Spacing
INJECTORS
7/8" (0.880 inches)
(22 mm)
Operating Pressure
PSI
Bar
CONTROLLERS
5/8" (0.635 inches)
(16 mm
Wall
Thickness
(Mil, .000")
Flow Flow Rate R(ate Gph) (Gph) Internal
Diameter
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Toro Micro-Irrigation
TAPE
DRIPLINE
HOSE
FITTINGS
EMISSION
DEVICES
VALVES
CONTROLLERS
INJECTORS
RESOURCES
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FILTERS
Dripline
BLUELINE
®
PREMIUM PRESSURE COMPENSATING DRIPLINE
Premium pressure compensating dripline with unmatched precision.
Through its innovative emitter design, BlueLine PC represents a
tremendous advancement in dripline irrigation by providing:
• Pressure compensation
• Greater resistance to plugging
• Unrivaled durability
• Superior flow accuracy
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Toro Micro-Irrigation
TAPE
The Latest Technology
More Resistant to Plugging With unique raised inlets the amount of debris entering the
emitter is dramatically reduced.
New Anti-siphon Feature
Reduces susceptibility to back siphoning.
The innovative features of BlueLine PC make
permanent crop applications utilizing any
installation technique: above ground, below
B P 62 053 –2 4
Emitter Spacing (Inch)
Length
Wall
Thickness
Wide variety of emitter spacings
Standard or custom spacings available.
Emitter Flow Rate (gph)
Hose Size ID (Inch)
Emitter Type (Pressure Compensating)
Improved Hydraulics
Improvements in pressure compensation technology,
in combination with a low profile flat emitter, allows for
excellent uniformity in applications with longer lengths of run
and undulating terrain.
BlueLine
CONTROLLERS
I.D.
Accurate Flow Rate
Fully pressure compensating from 10 to 60 psi.
Improved Barb Loss
The new low profile emitter reduces friction loss.
Understanding Part Numbers
Part Number:
The Blue Stripe identifier of quality allows for ease of
identifying emitter location as needed during installation
and/or operation.
VALVES
ground or hanging on a wire.
Easy Field Identification
FILTERS
it the latest and most advanced choice for
Precision Laser Technology
Laser drilled outlets are created using the precision laser
technology pioneered by Toro Micro-Irrigation.
EMISSION
DEVICES
Self-flushing Diaphragm
Patented new design flushes during operation and shutdown,
further resisting clogging and providing longer life for your
system.
FITTINGS
Unmatched Uniformity
The Toro flow path technology uses a shark tooth design providing a fully turbulent flow path that is independent from the
wall of the tubing providing unmatched uniformity.
HOSE
The exclusive Toro flow path technology is the result of 30
years of emitter design in combination with the latest in computer aided design.
DRIPLINE
A DDITION A L FE ATUR E S
INJECTORS
Streamlined nature of the emitter
encourages debris to pass by
rather than enter the inlets.
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Anti-siphon feature reduces susceptibility to the back siphoning.
RESOURCES
Raised inlets ensure that sediment
deposits at the bottom of the tube
do not enter the emitter.
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Spacings:
12"
18"
24"
30"
36"
42"
48"
54"
60"
0 .550” (16MM) B LU E L I NE P C D R I P L I NE
Head Loss v. Length with 0% Slope.
16mm (0.550" ID) 0.26 GPH (1.0 LPH) Emitter
30
25
25
20
20
Head Loss (psi)
Head Loss (psi)
30
15
10
5
0
15
10
5
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
0
1400
0
BlueLine Length (feet)
100
200
300
400
600
700
800
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
1400
1500
Head Loss v. Length with 0% Slope.
16mm (0.550" ID) 1.06 GPH (4.0 LPH) Emitter
30
25
Head Loss (psi)
25
20
15
20
15
10
10
5
5
0
0
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
1400
0
100
200
300
Minimum filtration:
Metric Units
0.550"
16mm
0.045"
0.26, 0.40, 0.53 & 1.06 gph
10 to 60 psi
<3%
0.8
1.14mm
1.0, 1.5, 2.0 & 4 lph
0.69 to 4.14 bar
<3%
0.8
120 mesh (125 microns) for 0.40,
0.53, 1.06 gph
150 mesh (105 microns) for
0.26 gph
120 mesh (125 microns) for 0.40,
0.53, 1.06 gph
150 mesh (105 microns) for
0.26 gph
1.00
Flow rate (GPH)
Hose nominal ID:
Hose nominal wall"
Nominal flow rate (Q): @ 30 psi (2bar)
Operation pressure range (P):
Coefficient of variation (Cv):
Barb loss factor (Kd):
English Units
500
600
700
800
900
BlueLine Emitter Discharge Rate vs. Pressure
1.20
Specification
400
BlueLine Length (feet)
BlueLine Length (feet)
1.07
1.07
1.06
1.06
1.06
1.04
1.05
1.05
1.06
1.06
0.52
0.52
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.427
0.430
0.432
0.433
0.434
0.435
0.435
0.436
0.437
0.438
0.25
0.25
0.26
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.26
0.26
0.80
0.60
0.40
0.20
0.00
0
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BlueLine Length (feet)
Head Loss v. Length with 0% Slope.
16mm (0.550" ID) 0.53 GPH (2.0 LPH) Emitter
30
Head Loss (psi)
Head Loss v. Length with 0% Slope.
16mm (0.550" ID) 0.40 GPH (1.5 LPH) Emitter
0.000
0.00
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10
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20
25
30
35
Pressure (PSI)
40
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50
55
60
TAPE
12"
18"
24"
30"
36"
42"
48"
54"
60"
0 .620” (18MM ) BLU E L I NE P C D R I P L I NE
30
30
25
Head Loss (psi)
20
15
20
15
10
10
5
5
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
0
1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700
0
BlueLine Length (feet)
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800
FILTERS
Head Loss v. Length with 0% Slope.
18mm (0.620" ID) 1.06 GPH (4.0 LPH) Emitter
30
25
Head Loss (psi)
25
20
15
20
15
10
10
5
5
VALVES
Head Loss (psi)
100
BlueLine Length (feet)
Head Loss v. Length with 0% Slope.
18mm (0.620" ID) 0.53 GPH (2.0 LPH) Emitter
30
EMISSION
DEVICES
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FITTINGS
Head Loss (psi)
25
0
Head Loss v. Length with 0% Slope.
18mm (0.620" ID) 0.40 GPH (1.5 LPH) Emitter
HOSE
Head Loss v. Length with 0% Slope.
18mm (0.620" ID) 0.26 GPH (1.0 LPH) Emitter
DRIPLINE
Spacings:
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200
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500
600
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200
300
400
800
900
1000
1100
Metric Units
18mm
0.045"
0.26, 0.40, 0.53 & 1.06 gph
10 to 60 psi
<3%
0.64
1.14mm
1.0, 1.5, 2.0 & 4 lph
0.69 to 4.14 bar
<3%
0.64
120 mesh (125 microns) for 0.40,
0.53, 1.06 gph
150 mesh (105 microns) for
0.26 gph
120 mesh (125 microns) for 0.40,
0.53, 1.06 gph
150 mesh (105 microns) for
0.26 gph
Flow rate (GPH)
0.620"
1.00
1.07
1.07
1.06
1.06
1.06
1.04
1.05
1.05
1.06
1.06
0.52
0.52
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.427
0.430
0.432
0.433
0.434
0.435
0.435
0.436
0.437
0.438
0.25
0.25
0.26
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.26
0.26
0.80
0.60
0.40
0.20
0.00
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10
15
20
25
30
35
Pressure (PSI)
40
45
50
55
60
RESOURCES
Minimum filtration:
700
INJECTORS
Hose nominal ID:
Hose nominal wall"
Nominal flow rate (Q): @ 30 psi (2bar)
Operation pressure range (P):
Coefficient of variation (Cv):
Barb loss factor (Kd):
English Units
600
BlueLine Emitter Discharge Rate vs. Pressure
1.20
Specification
500
BlueLine Length (feet)
BlueLine Length (feet)
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Spacings:
12"
18"
24"
30"
36"
42"
48"
54"
60"
0 .710” (20MM) B LU E L I NE P C D R I P L I NE
Head Loss v. Length with 0% Slope.
20mm (0.710" ID) 0.26 GPH (1.0 LPH) Emitter
30
30
25
Head Loss (psi)
Head Loss (psi)
25
20
15
10
15
5
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100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
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900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 2200
BlueLine Length (feet)
Head Loss v. Length with 0% Slope.
20mm (0.710" ID) 0.53 GPH (2.0 LPH) Emitter
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200
400
500
600
700
800
900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 2200
BlueLine Length (feet)
Head Loss v. Length with 0% Slope.
20mm (0.710" ID) 1.06 GPH (4.0 LPH) Emitter
Head Loss (psi)
15
20
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10
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100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 2200
BlueLine Length (feet)
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200
Hose nominal ID:
Hose nominal wall"
Nominal flow rate (Q): @ 30 psi (2bar)
Operation pressure range (P):
Coefficient of variation (Cv):
Barb loss factor (Kd):
Minimum filtration:
English Units
Metric Units
0.710"
20mm
0.048"
0.26, 0.40, 0.53 & 1.06 gph
10 to 60 psi
<3%
0.27
1.22mm
1.0, 1.5, 2.0 & 4 lph
0.69 to 4.14 bar
<3%
0.27
120 mesh (125 microns) for 0.40,
0.53, 1.06 gph
150 mesh (105 microns) for
0.26 gph
120 mesh (125 microns) for 0.40,
0.53, 1.06 gph
150 mesh (105 microns) for
0.26 gph
1.00
Flow rate (GPH)
Specification
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
BlueLine Length (feet)
1100
1200
1300
1400
BlueLine Emitter Discharge Rate vs. Pressure
1.20
1.07
1.07
1.06
1.06
1.06
1.06
1.06
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.432
0.433
0.434
0.435
0.435
0.436
0.437
0.438
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.26
0.26
1.05
1.04
1.05
0.52
0.52
0.427
0.430
0.25
0.25
0.26
0.80
0.60
0.40
0.20
0.00
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300
25
20
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30
25
Head Loss (psi)
20
10
5
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Head Loss v. Length with 0% Slope.
20mm (0.710" ID) 0.40 GPH (1.5 LPH) Emitter
0.000
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60
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BLUELINE® CLASSIC
PREMIUM DRIPLINE
DRIPLINE
HOSE
FITTINGS
FEATURES & BENEFITS
The unique “shark tooth” emitter flow path design allows
uniform application of water and nutrients in demanding
field applications, including long lengths of run or undulating
terrain.
EMISSION
DEVICES
Efficient Emitter Design
Accurate Flow Rate Between 5 and 60 psi
Low Profile Emitter Design FILTERS
A wide operating window means less waste and uniform
application of fluids to all plants, even at system start up and
shutdown.
Reduced friction loss saves energy and helps ensure uniform
application of fluid to all plants.
The BlueLine Classic dripline features an
superior field performance in the most
extreme conditions. Coupled with Toro’s Blue
Clogging Resistance
Raised emitter inlets dramatically reduce the amount of debris
allowed to enter the emitter flowpath during operation.
which all other hose is measured, Blueline
Blueline® Clipperline® Option
Classic provides performance, durability
and economy. For the best in both emitter
Factory installed clips reduce labor costs and installation
time, and allow control of water droplet placement.
and hose technology in permanent crop
best choice.
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INJECTORS
Stripe® hose, the industry standard against
The Blue Stripe of Quality The Blue Stripe marker aids in emitter location during
installation and operation.
CONTROLLERS
innovative emitter design that provides
State of the art injection molding technology yields an
“industry best” manufacturing coefficient of variation (Cv) of
less than 3%, helping to ensure uniform application of fluids to
all plants.
VALVES
Uniform Manufacturing Platform
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BLUELINE® CLASSIC
PREMIUM DRIPLINE
Spacings:
12"
18"
24"
30"
36"
42"
48"
54"
60"
0 .53 GP H B LUE L I NE CL A S S I C D RI P L I NE
Head Loss v. Dripline Length and Emitter Spacing
BlueLine Classic 18mm (.620" ID) .53 GPH (2.0 LPH) Emitter 0% Slope.
Head Loss v. Dripline Length and Emitter Spacing
BlueLine Classic 16mm (.550" ID) .53 GPH (2.0 LPH) Emitter 0% Slope.
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12
12
11
10
Head Loss (psi)
Head Loss (psi)
11
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6
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10
9
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6
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4
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3
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2
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400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1100
1200
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BlueLine Length (feet)
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600
BlueLine Length (feet)
Head Loss v. Dripline Length and Emitter Spacing
BlueLine Classic 20mm (.710" ID) 0.53 GPH (2.0 Liters) Emitter 0% Slope.
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BlueLine Emitter Discharge vs. Pressure
1.20
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1.00
12
0.99
0.91
0.82
0.80
0.78
Flow rate (GPH)
Head Loss (psi)
11
10
9
8
0.72
0.67
6
0.53
0.44
0.40
5
0.53 GPH
0.60
0.60
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0.32
4
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0.20
2
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100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
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10
15
20
BlueLine Length (feet)
Hose nominal ID:
Hose nominal Wall:
Nominal flow rate (Q): @ 15 psi (1bar)
Operation pressure range (P):
Emitter Exponent (x):
Emitter Coefficient (K):
Coefficient of variation (Cv):
Barb loss factor (Kd):
Minimum filtration:
30
16mm
(.550”)
0.045
0.8
30
35
Pressure (PSI)
18mm
(.620”)
20mm
(.710”)
0.045”
0.047”
0.53 gph (2 L/h)
5 to 60 psi (0.7 to 4.1 bar)
0.45
0.1567
<3%
0.64
120 mesh (120 microns)
Toro Micro-Irrigation
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0.27
40
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50
55
60
TAPE
12"
18"
24"
30"
36"
42"
48"
54"
60"
1.06 GP H B LU E L I NE CL A S S I C D RI P L I NE
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10
10
9
9
Head Loss (psi)
14
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7
6
5
8
7
6
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
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200
300
400
500
600
700
800
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100
200
300
400
BlueLine Length (feet)
600
700
800
900
1000
FILTERS
Head Loss v. Dripline Length and Emitter Spacing
BlueLine Classic 20mm (.710" ID) 1.06 GPH (4.0 LPH) Emitter 0% Slope.
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500
BlueLine Length (feet)
BlueLine Emitter Discharge vs. Pressure
2.50
14
13
2.03
2.00
12
1.87
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Flow rate (GPH)
10
9
8
7
6
1.68
1.58
1.50
1.47
1.35
1.06 GPH
1.21
1.06
1.00
0.88
5
VALVES
Head Loss (psi)
EMISSION
DEVICES
1
FITTINGS
Head Loss (psi)
Head Loss v. Dripline Length and Emitter Spacing
BlueLine Classic 18mm (.620" ID) 1.06 GPH (4.0 LPH) Emitter 0% Slope.
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HOSE
Head Loss v. Dripline Length and Emitter Spacing
BlueLine Classic 16mm (.550" ID) 1.06 GPH (4.0 LPH) Emitter 0% Slope.
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DRIPLINE
Spacings:
0.63
4
0.50
3
1
0.00
5
0
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1100
1200
10
15
20
25
30
BlueLine Length (feet)
0.045
0.8
18mm
(.620”)
20mm
(.710”)
0.045”
0.047”
1.06gph (4 L/h)
5 to 60 psi (0.7 to 4.1 bar)
0.47
0.2969
<3%
0.64
120 mesh (125 microns)
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0.27
45
50
55
60
RESOURCES
Hose nominal Wall:
Nominal flow rate (Q): @ 15 psi (1bar)
Operation pressure range (P):
Emitter Exponent (x):
Emitter Coefficient (K):
Coefficient of variation (Cv):
Barb loss factor (Kd):
Minimum filtration:
16mm
(.550”)
40
INJECTORS
Hose nominal ID:
35
Pressure (PSI)
1300
CONTROLLERS
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TAPE
DRIPLINE
HOSE
FITTINGS
EMISSION
DEVICES
VALVES
CONTROLLERS
INJECTORS
RESOURCES
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Hose
BLUE STRIPE®
POLYETHYLENE ROUND HOSE
FEATURES & BENEFITS
BlueStripe hose is manufactured from the highest grades of
polyethylene resins for durability and reliability.
Available in a wide range of diameters, wall thicknesses and
coil lengths to accommodate required lengths of run, working
pressures and terrain.
Available in blue, white or purple stripes for easy irrigation
zone identification.
“Industry Best 7 Year Warranty”
Toro Micro-Irrigation Blue Stripe Round
Hose is manufactured in the United States
from premium grade linear-low density
polyethylene resins. It is used in the most
demanding agricultural and nursery
micro-irrigation applications worldwide
to reliably transport irrigation water and
fertilizer to plants and crops. State of the
art manufacturing specifications, methods
and standards ensure each coil meets
stringent quality control standards worthy
of carrying the “Blue Stripe of Quality”
trademark.
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Available in white tubing for nursery and extreme climate
applications to assist with water temperature control.
ID control is standard, but OD controlled configurations are available as well.
A minimum of 2% carbon black is present to prevent
ultraviolet light degradation.
State of the art quality control standards and processes
ensure consistent high quality production 24/7.
Blue Stripe® Clipper Hose provides factory pre-installed clips
which dramatically reduces labor costs and installation time, and
directs the placement of water.
7 year warranty
is the strongest in the industry, and backed by industry professionals who care.
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Polyethylene
StripeRound
Colors AvailableHose
Nominal Hose Size
300’ 500’ 660’ 1000’
Packaging Options
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Please consult with your Toro Micro-Irrigation representative
for availability and minimum requirements.
RESOURCES
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The Toro Company
Micro-Irrigation Business
1588 N. Marshall Avenue, El Cajon, CA 92020-1523, USA
Tel: +1 (800) 333-8125 or +1 (619) 562-2950
Fax: +1 (800) 892-1822 or +1 (619) 258-9973
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FITTINGS
Nominal Hose Size
Nominal
Pressure
Weight
Nominal
Part Number
ID
ID
Rating
Nominal Hose Size Wall Pressure (lbs) Per
Weight 100’
ID
(PSI)
Inch
Part Number
Rating
100’
ID mm IDInches ID
Wall
(lbs) Per 100'
(PSI)
Inch
Inch
mmHoseInches
100'
Blue Stripe® Round
- Coil Strapped
® Round Hose - Coil Strapped
Blue StripeEHO1650-xxx
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5/8
0.600
0.050
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EHO2050-xxx 16 20 5/8 3/4 0.600
0.830 0.050
0.050
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EHO2055-xxx 20 20 3/4 3/4 0.830
0.830 0.050
0.055
55
6.2
EHO2050-xxx
51
5.6
Blue Stripe® Round
Stretch Strapped
EHO2055-xxx
20 Hose -3/4
0.830 0.055
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5/8Strapped
0.600
0.050
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Colored Round Hose
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16 - Coil Strapped
5/8
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Colored Round
Hose - Coil Strapped
WHO1650-xxx
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0.600
0.050
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WHO1650-xxx
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0.600 0.050
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Packaging Options
HOSE
Nominal
Pressure
Weight
Part Number
ID
ID
Rating
ID Controlled
Hose
ID
Wall
(lbs) Per 100’ 250’
(PSI)
Inch Inch
Nominal
100’
Inches Hose
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Size
Pressure
Weight
Blue Stripe® Round
Hose
Coil
Strapped
Part Number
Rating
ID
ID
ID
Wall
(lbs) Per 100'
1/6
0.170
EHD0437-xxx mm4 Inches
Inch 0.040Inch 167 (PSI) 1.9 100' •
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EHD1035-xxx
® Round Hose10- Coil Strapped
Blue Stripe
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0.375 0.038
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EHD1038-xxx
EHD1035-xxx
10
0.390 0.035
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EHD1335-xxx
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1/2
0.510 0.035
57
2.4
EHD1038-xxx
10
0.375 0.038
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2.0
EHD1348-xxx
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1/2
0.510 0.048
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3.4
EHD1335-xxx
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1/2
0.510 0.035
57
2.4
EHD1350-xxx
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1/2
0.520 0.050
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EHD1348-xxx
1314
1/2
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0.048 64 76 3.2 3.4
0.550 0.043
EHD1443-xxx
EHD1350-xxx
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0.050 77 78 4.3 3.6
EHD1554-xxx
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EHD1443-xxx
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0.043 48 64 2.9 3.2
EHD1635-xxx
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EHD1554-xxx
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0.054 56 77 3.6 4.3
EHD1642-xxx
0.625 0.042
EHD1635-xxx
1616
5/8
0.615
0.035 58 48 3.7 2.9
EHD1643-xxx
5/8
0.620 0.043
EHD1645-xxx
5/8
0.615 0.045
EHD1642-xxx
1616
5/8
0.625
0.042 61 56 3.8 3.6
EHD1845-xxx
0.710 0.045
EHD1643-xxx
1618
5/8
0.620
0.043 53 58 4.3 3.7
EHD1847-xxx
0.730 0.047
EHD1645-xxx
1618
5/8
0.615
0.045 54 61 4.6 3.8
EHD1850-xxx
0.720 0.050
EHD1845-xxx
1818
-0.710
0.045 58 53 4.9 4.3
EHD2052-xxx
20
3/4
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0.052
EHD1847-xxx
18
0.730 0.047 54 54 5.7 4.6
EHD2057-xxx
0.805 0.057
EHD1850-xxx
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0.720
0.050 59 58 6.2 4.9
EHD2657-xxx
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EHD2667-xxx
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EHD3580-xxx
35
1 1/4
1.365 0.080
49
14.7
EHD2662-xxx
26
1
1.060
0.062
49
8.8
Blue Stripe® Round Hose - Stretch Wrapped
EHD2667-xxx
26
1
1.060
0.067
53
EHW0437-xxx
4
1/6
0.170 0.040
167
1.9 9.6
EHD3580-xxx
1 1/4
1.365
0.080 139 49 1.9 14.7
EHW0645-xxx 35 6
1/4
0.250 0.047
® Round Hose - Stretch Wrapped
Blue Stripe
EHW1554-xxx
15
0.570 0.054
77
4.5
•
EHW1554-xxx
-5/8
0.570
0.054 61 77 4.0 4.5 •
•
EHW1645-xxx 1516
0.615 0.045
EHW1645-xxx
16- Coil Strapped
5/8
0.615 0.045
61
4.0
•
Colored Round Hose
Colored Round
Hose - Coil Strapped
White Tubing
White Tubing
WHD1645-xxx
16
5/8
0.615 0.045
61
3.8
WHD1645-xxx
5/8
0.615
0.045 59 61 6.3 3.8
WHD2057-xxx 1620
3/4
0.805 0.057
WHD2057-xxx
3/4
0.805
0.057 53 59 9.6 6.3
WHD2667-xxx 2026
1
1.060 0.067
•
WHD2667-xxx
1
1.060 0.067
53
9.6
Purple Tubing 26
PHD1645-xxx
16
5/8
0.615 0.045
61
3.8
Purple Tubing
Brown Tubing 16
PHD1645-xxx
5/8
0.615 0.045
61
3.8
BHD1645-xxx
16
5/8
0.615 0.045
61
3.8
Brown Tubing
BHD1645-xxx
16
5/8
0.615 0.045
61
3.8
OD Controlled Hose
DRIPLINE
Blue Stripe®
ID Controlled Hose
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BLUE STRIPE®
OVAL HOSE
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Blue Stripe Oval Hose Is manufactured from the highest grades of polyethylene
resins for reliability and durability
Larger diameters Provide a cost effective alternative to both rigid and flexible
PVC pipelines
Toro Micro Irrigation Blue Stripe Oval Hose
is manufactured in the United States from
premium grade polyethylene resins for
tough, dependable operation in the most
rigorous agricultural micro-irrigation
applications. Small diameter models of
Oval Hose may be used as lateral lines in
permanent crop applications, while large
diameter models may be used as submains
and mainlines in row crop applications. The
unique, flattened shape of Oval Hose reduces
storage space and shipping costs, and lends
itself to much easier portability than rigid
PVC pipelines.
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Freight savings For up to 50% due to its unique, flattened configuration
Available in a wide range Of diameters, coil lengths, and
wall thicknesses to accommodate most working pressures,
terrains and lengths of run
A minimum of 2% carbon black Is present to prevent
ultraviolet degradation and maximize long term service
State of the art quality control standards Processes ensure consistent, high quality production that
meets engineering specifications for durability, longevity and
compatibility with mating fittings
The Blue Stripe of Quality Trademark Is backed by Toro, the most trusted name in Micro-Irrigation
Industry best warranty
7 years for the 42 psi rated models and 2 years for the 21 psi
rated models
Toro Micro-Irrigation
TAPE
DRIPLINE
B LUE STR I P E OVA L H O S E
21 psi Working Pressure
Hose Size
Part Number
Inch
mm
1/2
13
0.503
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
1-1/2
1-1/2
2
2
3
4
26
35
40
40
40
52
52
77
101
1.043
1.365
1.595
1.595
1.595
2.052
2.052
3.043
3.996
Coil Length
Nominal Weight
Coil Length
Coil per
pallet
Coil per truck
671
28
728
506
152
183
91
46
46
137
61
40
16
16
16
16
20
20
16
10
10
416
416
416
416
520
520
416
300
300
Coil per
pallet
Coil per truck
Feet
Meters
lbs
kilos
Feet
Meters
0.034
2,200
671
51.1
23.2
2,200
0.026
0.050
0.040
0.040
0.040
0.051
0.051
0.076
0.100
1,660
500
600
300
150
150
450
200
130
506
152
183
91
46
46
137
61
40
58.7
45.0
49.9
24.9
12.5
20.4
61.3
60.3
67.7
26.6
20.4
22.6
11.3
5.7
9.3
27.8
27.3
30.7
1,660
500
600
300
150
150
450
200
130
Reel Palletized
ELD1334-220
HOSE
Nominal Hose
Size
ID
Wall
Inch
Inch
Coil Banded Palletized
Hose Size
Part Number
Inch
mm
5/8
16
0.633
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
20
26
35
40
52
0.819
1.043
1.365
1.595
2.052
Coil Length
Nominal Weight
Coil Length
Feet
Meters
lbs
kilos
Feet
Meters
0.034
1640
500
47.3
21.4
1640
500
28
728
0.043
0.054
0.070
0.084
0108
1200
660
400
350
250
366
201
122
107
76
56.1
49.7
51.1
6207
74.1
25.5
22.5
23.2
28.5
33.6
1200
660
400
350
250
366
201
122
107
76
16
16
16
16
16
416
416
416
416
416
Reel Palletized
ELD1634-164
FILTERS
Nominal Hose
Size
ID
Wall
Inch
Inch
EMISSION
DEVICES
42 psi Working Pressure
FITTINGS
ELD2626-166
ELD3550-050
ELD4040-060
ELD4040-030
ELD4040-015
ELD5251-015
ELD5251-045
ELD7776-020
ELD101100-013
Coil Banded Palletized
Part Number: ELD 77 76 - 020
Reel Length: multiply by 10 to obtain in feet.
I.D.
Length
Wall
Thickness
Nominal wall thickness in 1/1000".
Inside diameter (I.D.) in mm.
26mm
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16mm
10mm
RESOURCES
35mm
INJECTORS
When Oval Hose is in place and pressurized it
becomes round, just like Blue Stripe Round Hose
with the same quality and durability! Oval Hose
pays out faster and easier, reducing your installation time, thereby reducing your cost
CONTROLLERS
Understanding Part Numbers
VALVES
ELD2043-120
ELD2654-066
ELD3570-040
ELD4084-035
ELD52108-025
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LAYFLAT
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Premium hose for discharge, transfer and sub-main lines
Standard sizes include 1.5” to 8” Larger sizes available upon request
Working temperature range of -5°F to 170°F
Premium layflat discharge hose for
irrigation applications is manufactured
in the USA using high quality resins and
stringent quality control standards. Due to
its unique 3-ply polyester yarn construction
and simultaneous tube and cover extrusion
process, this layflat hose offers high working
pressures with minimal elongation and
snaking. It is used worldwide as a flexible
submain for irrigation lateral lines, and for
general water transfer, and can be easily
rolled up and used again for different
applications or planting cycles.
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Simultaneous tube and cover process minimizes the risk of separation
Proprietary manufacturing process ensures performance and durability
Unique construction minimizes elongation or distortion under pressure, ensuring
security of fittings and placement
Ultraviolet inhibitors reduce aging and weather damage
Flexible construction allows easy coiling for reuse
Toro Micro-Irrigation
TAPE
DRIPLINE
LAY FLAT
SF-10 Layflat
Standard Nominal
ID
Wall
Weight
Lbs
Working
Pressure
Psi
mm
mm
Kg
Working
Pressure
Bar
56
80
39.5
1.6
28
5.5
ID
Wall
Weight
Inches
Inches
1.5” Layflat
1.56
0.063
2.0” Layflat
2.09
0.063
80
80
53.0
1.6
40
5.5
108
80
78.0
1.6
54
5.5
3.0” Layflat
3.07
0.063
4.0” Layflat
4.13
0.067
158
70
105.0
1.7
78
4.8
45
156.5
2.0
135
3.1
40
207.0
2.2
193
2.7
6.0” Layflat
6.16
0.079
272
8.0” Layflat
8.15
0.087
390
FITTINGS
SF-10x1.5
SF-10x2.0
SF-10x3.0
SF-10x4.0
SF-10x6.0
SF-10x8.0
Description
HOSE
Part Number
Metric Nominal
EMISSION
DEVICES
FILTERS
VALVES
CONTROLLERS
INJECTORS
RESOURCES
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I.P.S. - FLEXIBLE PVC TUBING
Toro I.P.S. (Iron Pipe Size) Flexible PVC
Tubing is most commonly used as a riser to
connect a submain to a lateral, or to make
flexible swing joints.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• Available in ½”, ¾” and 1” diameter
• 100’ and 200’ coils available in all sizes
• Cut-lengths readily available from 12”– 60”
• Provides more flexibility and durability than rigid PVC and is more resistant to kinking than polyethylene tubing
• Allows easy repair of rigid PVC pipe
42 psi Working Pressure
Part Number
Description
Length
Coil/Nominal Weight
Ft/In
mm
lbs
kilos
Quantity per
Bundle
Coils/Pieces
per pallet
1/2” IPS Tubing
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IPS50-100
IPS50-200
IPS50-CL12
IPS50-CL18
IPS50-CL24
IPS50-CL30
IPS50-CL36
IPS50-CL42
IPS50-CL48
IPS50-CL60
Coil Banded Palletized
1/2” IPS Tubing. 100’ Coil
1/2” IPS Tubing. 200’ Coil
1/2” IPS Tubing. 12” Cut Length
1/2” IPS Tubing. 18” Cut Length
1/2” IPS Tubing. 24” Cut Length
1/2” IPS Tubing. 30” Cut Length
1/2” IPS Tubing. 36” Cut Length
1/2” IPS Tubing. 42” Cut Length
1/2” IPS Tubing. 48” Cut Length
1/2” IPS Tubing. 60” Cut Length
100’
200’
12”
18”
24”
30”
36”
42”
48”
60”
30.5
61.0
0.30
0.46
0.61
0.76
0.91
1.07
1.22
1.52
20.0
40.0
5.0
7.5
10.0
12.5
15.0
17.5
20.0
25.0
9.1
18.1
2.3
3.4
4.5
5.7
6.8
7.9
9.1
11.3
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
24
15
4500
3000
2000
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
IPS75-100
IPS75-200
IPS75-CL12
IPS75-CL18
IPS75-CL24
IPS75-CL30
IPS75-CL36
IPS75-CL42
IPS75-CL48
IPS75-CL60
Coil Banded Palletized
IPS100-100
IPS100-200
IPS100-CL12
IPS100-CL18
IPS100-CL24
IPS100-CL30
IPS100-CL36
IPS100-CL42
IPS100-CL48
IPS100-CL60
3/4” IPS Tubing. 100’ Coil
3/4” IPS Tubing. 200’ Coil
3/4” IPS Tubing. 12” Cut Length
3/4” IPS Tubing. 18” Cut Length
3/4” IPS Tubing. 24” Cut Length
3/4” IPS Tubing. 30” Cut Length
3/4” IPS Tubing. 36” Cut Length
3/4” IPS Tubing. 42” Cut Length
3/4” IPS Tubing. 48” Cut Length
3/4” IPS Tubing. 60” Cut Length
100’
200’
12”
18”
24”
30”
36”
42”
48”
60”
30.5
61.0
0.30
0.46
0.61
0.76
0.91
1.07
1.22
1.52
30.0
60.0
8.0
12.0
16.0
200
24.0
28.0
32.0
40.0
13.6
27.2
3.6
5.4
7.3
9.1
10.9
12.7
14.5
18.1
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
21
10
3000
2000
1300
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1” IPS Tubing. 100’ Coil
1” IPS Tubing. 200’ Coil
1” IPS Tubing. 12” Cut Length
1” IPS Tubing. 18” Cut Length
1” IPS Tubing. 24” Cut Length
1” IPS Tubing. 30” Cut Length
1” IPS Tubing. 36” Cut Length
1” IPS Tubing. 42” Cut Length
1” IPS Tubing. 48” Cut Length
1” IPS Tubing. 60” Cut Length
100’
200’
12”
18”
24”
30”
36”
42”
48”
60”
30.5
61.0
0.30
0.46
0.61
0.76
0.91
1.07
1.22
1.52
41.0
82.0
105
15.8
21.0
26.3
31.5
36.8
42.0
52.5
18.6
37.2
4.8
7.2
9.5
11.9
14.3
16.7
19.1
23.8
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
14
10
1800
1200
800
700
700
700
700
700
Toro Micro-Irrigation
Maximum Working Pressure @
73 degrees F
Size
1/2”
3/4”
1”
PSI
65
55
50
When gluing flexible PVC tubing, the use
of both a primer and PVC glue formulated
for use with flexible PVC are recommended for optimal performance.
TAPE
DRIPLINE
HOSE
FITTINGS
EMISSION
DEVICES
FILTERS
VALVES
CONTROLLERS
INJECTORS
RESOURCES
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MICRO-DISTRIBUTION TUBING
Toro Micro-Distribution Tubing is made
in the United States from the highest
quality materials. It is used in the most
demanding agricultural and nursery
micro-irrigation applications worldwide.
State of the art manufacturing methods
ensure that each roll meets the most
stringent quality control standards.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
MICRO TUBING
is manufactured from high quality FINGERPRINT™ LLDPE resin
PERFECT FOR USE ACROSS A NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS
it allows growers flexibility in emitter placement and easily fits
on emission devices or barbed fittings.
USE FOR SUBMAIN TO DRIPLINE/TAPE CONNECTIONS
or as micro sprinkler, sprayer and emitter connections
EXCELLENT BURST STRENGTH
and environmental stress crack resistance
ENHANCED FLEXIBILITY
for easy installation and roll-out
POLYETHYLENE OR FLEXIBLE VINYL
options available
A VARIETY OF COIL LENGTHS TO CHOOSE FROM
including 100, 500, 1000, 1500, 2500 and 3000 foot coil sizes.
Note: Available coil lengths will vary by item.
AVAILABLE IN A WIDE RANGE OF DIAMETERS AND WALL
THICKNESSES
to accommodate required lengths of run, working pressures and
terrain
STATE OF THE ART QUALITY CONTROL STANDARDS AND
PROCESSES
ensure consistent high quality production 24/7
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Toro Micro-Irrigation
TAPE
DRIPLINE
Coil Length
Part Number
Material
OD
Inch
ID
Inch
Wall
Inch
Metric Size
Ft.
M.
2
0.128 x 0.076
MP128X050-2500W
LLDPE
0.128
0.050
0.039
3.3 x 1.3
2,500
762
2.5
0.176 x 0.105
MP128X076-2500W
LLDPE
0.128
0.076
0.026
3.3 x 1.9
2,500
762
3
0.188 x 0.128
MP176X105-2500W
LLDPE
0.176
0.105
0.036
4.5 x 2.7
2,500
762
4
0.225 x 0.155
MP187X125-1000W
LLDPE
0.187
0.125
0.031
4.7 x 3.2
1,000
305
4.5
0.272 x 0.188
MP187X125-3000W
LLDPE
0.187
0.125
0.031
4.7 x 3.2
3,000
914
5
0.275 x 0.210
MP188X128-2500W
LLDPE
0.188
0.128
0.030
4.8 x 3.3
2,500
762
5.5
0.350 x 0.250
MP188X128-3000W
LLDPE
0.188
0.128
0.030
4.8 x 3.3
3,000
914
6
0.375 x 0.275
0.160
0.030
5.6 x 4.1
500
152
0.220
0.160
0.030
5.6 x 4.1
1,000
305
MP220X160-2500W
LLDPE
0.220
0.160
0.030
5.6 x 4.1
2,500
762
MP225X155-2500W
LLDPE
0.225
0.155
0.035
5.7 x 3.9
2,500
762
MP250X160-1000W
LLDPE
0.250
0.160
0.045
6.4 x 4.1
1,000
305
MP250X170-100W
LLDPE
0.250
0.170
0.040
6.4 x 4.3
100
30
MP250X170-1000W
LLDPE
0.250
0.170
0.040
6.4 x 4.3
1,000
305
MP250X170-2500W
LLDPE
0.250
0.170
0.040
6.4 x 4.3
2,500
762
MP272X188-1500W
LLDPE
0.272
0.188
0.042
6.9 x 4.8
1,500
457
MP275X210-1500W
LLDPE
0.275
0.210
0.033
7.0 x 5.3
1,500
457
MP307X250-1000W
LLDPE
0.307
0.250
0.029
7.8 x 6.4
1,000
305
MP312X187-1500W
LLDPE
0.312
0.187
0.063
7.9 x 4.7
1,500
457
MP315X208-1500W
LLDPE
0.315
0.208
0.054
8 x 5.3
1,500
457
MP345X250-500W
LLDPE
0.345
0.250
0.048
8.8 x 6.4
500
152
MP350X250-500W
LLDPE
0.350
0.250
0.050
8.9 x 6.4
500
152
MP350X250-1000W
LLDPE
0.350
0.250
0.050
8.9 x 6.4
1,000
305
LLDPE
0.375
0.250
0.063
9.5 x 6.4
750
229
LLDPE
0.375
0.275
0.050
9.5 x 7.0
1,000
305
MP455X375-1000W
LLDPE
0.455
0.375
0.040
11.5 x 9.5
1,000
305
MV187X125-1000W
PVC
0.187
0.125
0.031
4.7 x 3.2
1,000
305
MP196X126-1000W
PEVA
0.196
0.126
0.035
5.0 x 3.2
1,000
305
MP196X126-2500W
PEVA
0.196
0.126
0.035
5.0 x 3.2
2,500
762
MV220X160-1000W
PVC
0.220
0.160
0.030
5.6 x 4.1
1,000
305
MV250X160-1000W
PVC
0.250
0.160
0.045
6.4 x 4.1
1,000
305
MV250X170-1000W
PVC
0.250
0.170
0.040
6.4 x 4.3
1,000
305
INJECTORS
MP375X250-750W
MP375X275-1000W
CONTROLLERS
0.220
LLDPE
VALVES
LLDPE
FILTERS
MP220X160-500W
MP220X160-1000W
EMISSION
DEVICES
Nominal Size
OD x ID
FITTINGS
Tube#
HOSE
Nominal Size
Toro Cross Reference
RESOURCES
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TAPE
DRIPLINE
HOSE
FITTINGS
EMISSION
DEVICES
VALVES
CONTROLLERS
INJECTORS
RESOURCES
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FILTERS
Fittings
PRO-LOC™
FITTINGS
Easy to Spot. Tough to Beat.
Easy-to-install Pro-Loc drip tape
fittings are available in a wide range of
configurations, including a full line of valve
options. Pro-Loc fittings are also available
for hose and dripline — designed to last for
the life of the irrigation system.
Hose
Female ngs Now
Fitti
Swivel for Hose and
le
Availab ripline
D
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Pro-Loc fittings deliver the quality you expect from
Toro for reliable performance, season after season.
Pro-Loc Fittings
•T
ight Seal — Coarse thread ensures a tight seal,
even in dirty conditions.
•E
asy to Install — Easy-to-grip nut provides a
secure connection every time.
Pro-Loc Drip Tape Fittings
•E
asy to See — Bright blue nut makes tape fittings
easy to find, remove and reuse.
•L
ow Profile — Compact design doesn’t interfere
with retrieving the tape.
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Toro Micro-Irrigation
TAPE
PRO-LOC™
TAPE FITTINGS
Barbed Hose Adapters
Couplings
5/8" Tape Coupling
FTC700
7/8" Tape Coupling
FTC800
1" Tape Coupling
FTA5-250B
5/8" Tape x 250 Series Barb Adapter
Barb Adapters
FTA5-500HB
5/8" Tape x 500 Series
Hose Barb Adapter
FTA5-700HB
5/8" Tape x 700 Series
Hose Barb Adapter
FTA7-700HB
7/8" Tape x 700 Series
Hose Barb Adapter
Hose Nut Adapters
5/8" Tape x 400 Series Barb Adapter
FTA5-700B
5/8" Tape x 700 Series Barb Adapter
FTA7-700B
7/8" Tape x 700 Series Barb Adapter
FTA5-425G
5/8" Tape x 425 Series Barb Adapter
with Integral Gasket*
5/8" Tape x 425 Series Barb Adapter
with Rubber Grommet*
FTA7-425GR
7/8" Tape x 425 Series Barb Adapter
with Rubber Grommet*
5/8" Tape Tee
FTT700
7/8" Tape Tee
FTT5-500HB
5/8" Tape Tee x 500 Series Hose Barb
FTT5-700HB
5/8" Tape Tee x 700 Series Hose Barb
FTV500
5/8" Tape Shutoff Valve
FTV700
7/8" Tape Shutoff Valve
FTV5-250B
5/8" Tape x 250 Barb Adapter Shutoff Valve
FTV7-250B
7/8" Tape x 250 Barb Adapter Shutoff Valve
FTV5-400B
5/8" Tape x 400 Barb Adapter Shutoff Valve
FTV7-400B
7/8" Tape x 400 Barb Adapter Shutoff Valve
Barbed Tees
Shutoff Valves
5/8" Tape x 3/4" Female Hose
Swivel Adapter
FILTERS
Top Hat Grommet for
400 - 425 Series Barbs
Adapters
FTA5-75FHS
FTT500
Tees
Grommets
FTHG4
5/8" Tape x 600 Series Pro-Loc
Adapter with Locking Nut
EMISSION
DEVICES
FTA5-425GR
FTA5-600HN
FITTINGS
FTA5-400B
HOSE
FTC500
DRIPLINE
PRO-LOC TAPE FITTINGS
PRO-LOC TAPE FITTINGS
Barbed Shutoff Valve with Locking Nut
5/8" Tape x 3/4"
MPT Male Adapter
FTA7-75MPT
7/8" Tape x 3/4"
MPT Male Adapter
Flush Valves
Automatic Flush Valve x 3/4"
Female Low Flow - White
FFVFPT-H
Automatic Flush Valve x 3/4"
Female High Flow - Red
FTA5-FVL
5/8" Tape x Low Pressure Flush Valve
5/8" Tape x 420 Series Barb
with Locking Nut Shutoff Valve
FTV5-500HN
5/8" Tape x 500 Series Hose Barb
with Locking Nut Shutoff Valve
Barbed Shutoff Valves
FTV5-500HB
5/8" Tape x 500 Series Hose Barb
Shutoff Valve
FTV7-500HB
7/8" Tape x 500 Series Hose Barb
Shutoff Valve
CONTROLLERS
FFVFPT-L
FTV5-420BN
VALVES
FTA5-75MPT
Layflat Takeoff Shutoff Valve
7/8" Tape x Low Pressure Flush Valve
FTV5-LF
5/8" Tape x Layflat Takeoff
Shutoff Valve**
FTV7-LF
7/8" Tape x Layflat Takeoff
Shutoff Valve**
Layflat Takeoff Fittings
5/8" Tape x Layflat Takeoff Single Grip**
FTA7-LF
7/8" Tape x Layflat Takeoff Single Grip**
FTA5-LF2
5/8" Tape x Layflat Takeoff Double Grip**
* 15mm or 0.59" drill size
** Requires a 16mm Layflat Cutter
Note: For Tape x Tubing Assemblies, see page 17
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RESOURCES
FTA5-LF
INJECTORS
FTA7-FVL
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PRO-LOC™
HOSE AND DRIPLNE FITTINGS
PRO-LOC HOSE AND DRIPLINE FITTINGS
PRO-LOC HOSE AND DRIPLINE FITTINGS
Couplings
Barbed Adapters with Rubber Grommet
FHC500
500 Series Pro-Loc Coupling
FHC600
600 Series Pro-Loc Coupling
FHC700
700 Series Pro-Loc Coupling
FHC800
800 Series Pro-Loc Coupling
Threaded Adapters
FHA5-50MPT
500 Series Pro-Loc x 1/2"
Male Pipe Thread Adapter
FHA6-50MPT
600 Series Pro-Loc x 1/2"
Male Pipe Thread Adapter
FHA7-50MPT
700 Series Pro-Loc x 1/2"
Male Pipe Thread Adapter
FHA5-75MPT
500 Series Pro-Loc x 3/4"
Male Pipe Thread Adapter
FHA6-75MPT
FHA7-75MPT
FHA8-75MPT
600 Series Pro-Loc x 3/4"
Male Pipe Thread Adapter
700 Series Pro-Loc x 3/4"
Male Pipe Thread Adapter
800 Series Pro-Loc x 3/4"
Male Pipe Thread Adapter
500 Ser Pro-Loc x 3/4"
Female Hose Swivel
FHA6-75FHS
600 Ser Pro-Loc x 3/4"
Female Hose Swivel
FHA7-75FHS
700 Ser Pro-Loc x 3/4"
Female Hose Swivel
FHA8-75FHS
800 Ser Pro-Loc x 3/4"
Female Hose Swivel
FHA5-75FHSS
500 Ser Pro-Loc x 3/4"
Female Hose Swivel with Screen
FHA6-75FHSS
600 Ser Pro-Loc x 3/4"
Female Hose Swivel with Screen
FHA7-75FHSS
700 Ser Pro-Loc x 3/4"
Female Hose Swivel with Screen
FHA8-75FHSS
800 Ser Pro-Loc x 3/4"
Female Hose Swivel with Screen
PRO-LOC HOSE AND DRIPLINE FITTINGS SELECTION GUIDE
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FHA6-425RG
600 Series Pro-Loc x 425 Series Barb
with Rubber Grommet*
FHA7-425RG
700 Series Pro-Loc x 425 Series Barb
with Rubber Grommet*
FHA8-425RG
800 Series Pro-Loc x 425 Series Barb
with Rubber Grommet*
FHA5-LF
500 Series Pro-Loc x Layflat
Takeoff Single Grip**
FHA6-LF
600 Series Pro-Loc x Layflat
Takeoff Single Grip**
FHA7-LF
700 Series Pro-Loc x Layflat
Takeoff Single Grip**
FHA8-LF
800 Series Pro-Loc x Layflat
Takeoff Single Grip**
FHA5-LF2
500 Series Pro-Loc x Layflat
Takeoff Double Grip**
* 15mm or 0.59" drill size, 19/32"
** Requires a 16mm Layflat Cutter
FHA5-75FHS
Inside Diameter Tolerance
500 Series Pro-Loc x 425 Series Barb
with Rubber Grommet*
Layflat Takeoffs
Threaded Adapters x 3/4" Female Hose Swivel
Series
Number
FHA5-425RG
Wall Thickness Tolerance
Inches
Millimeters
Inches
Millimeters
500
0.519 - 0.590
13.2 - 15.0
0.020 - 0.055
0.50 - 1.40
600
0.598 - 0.649
15.2 - 16.5
0.030 - 0.055
0.75 - 1.40
700
0.677 - 0.728
17.2 - 18.5
0.032 - 0.055
0.80 - 1.40
800
0.787 - 0.846
20.0 - 21.5
0.040 - 0.059
1.00 - 1.50
Toro Micro-Irrigation
TAPE
PRO-LOC™
HOSE AND DRIPLNE FITTINGS
PRO-LOC HOSE AND DRIPLINE FITTINGS
Elbows
Shutoff Valves
FHE600
600 Series Pro-Loc Elbow
FHV600
600 Series Pro-Loc Shutoff Valve
FHE700
700 Series Pro-Loc Elbow
FHV700
700 Series Pro-Loc Shutoff Valve
FHE800
800 Series Pro-Loc Elbow
FHV6-250B
600 Series Pro-Loc x 250 Series
Barb Shutoff Valve
FHT500
500 Series Pro-Loc Tee
FHT600
600 Series Pro-Loc Tee
FHV6-425G
600 Series Pro-Loc x 425 Series
Barb Shutoff Valve with Grommet
FHT700
700 Series Pro-Loc Tee
FHT800
800 Series Pro-Loc Tee
FHV5-50MPT
500 Series Pro-Loc x 1/2" Male Pipe
Thread Shutoff Valve
FHT5-75MPT
500 Series Pro-Loc Tee x 3/4"
Male Pipe Thread
FHV6-50MPT
600 Series Pro-Loc x 1/2" Male Pipe
Thread Shutoff Valve
FHT6-75MPT
600 Series Pro-Loc Tee x 3/4"
Male Pipe Thread
FHV7-50MPT
700 Series Pro-Loc x 1/2" Male Pipe
Thread Shutoff Valve
FHT7-75MPT
700 Series Pro-Loc Tee x 3/4"
Male Pipe Thread
FHV5-75MPT
500 Series Pro-Loc x 3/4" Male Pipe
Thread Shutoff Valve
FHT8-75MPT
800 Series Pro-Loc Tee x 3/4"
Male Pipe Thread
FHV6-75MPT
600 Series Pro-Loc x 3/4" Male Pipe
Thread Shutoff Valve
FHV7-75MPT
700 Series Pro-Loc x 3/4" Male Pipe
Thread Shutoff Valve
FHV75MHT75FHS
3/4" Male Hose Thread x 3/4"
Female Hose Swivel with Shutoff Valve
Tees
Male Thread Shutoff Valves
Tee x 3/4" Male Pipe Thread
Tees x 3/4" Female Hose Swivel
FHT6-75FHS
600 Ser Pro-Loc Tee x 3/4" Female
Hose Swivel
FHT7-75FHS
700 Ser Pro-Loc Tee x 3/4" Female
Hose Swivel
FHT8-75FHS
800 Ser Pro-Loc Tee x 3/4" Female
Hose Swivel
FHT5-75FHSS
500 Ser Pro-Loc Tee x 3/4" Female
Hose Swivel with Screen
FHT6-75FHSS
600 Ser Pro-Loc Tee x 3/4" Female
Hose Swivel with Screen
FHT7-75FHSS
700 Ser Pro-Loc Tee x 3/4" Female
Hose Swivel with Screen
FHT8-75FHSS
800 Ser Pro-Loc Tee x 3/4" Female
Hose Swivel with Screen
Series
Number
Inside Diameter Tolerance
Wall Thickness Tolerance
Millimeters
Inches
Millimeters
500
0.519 - 0.590
13.2 - 15.0
0.020 - 0.055
0.50 - 1.40
600
0.598 - 0.649
15.2 - 16.5
0.030 - 0.055
0.75 - 1.40
700
0.677 - 0.728
17.2 - 18.5
0.032 - 0.055
0.80 - 1.40
800
0.787 - 0.846
20.0 - 21.5
0.040 - 0.059
1.00 - 1.50
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RESOURCES
Inches
INJECTORS
PRO-LOC HOSE AND DRIPLINE FITTINGS SELECTION GUIDE
* 15mm or 0.59" drill size, 19/32"
CONTROLLERS
500 Ser Pro-Loc Tee x 3/4" Female
Hose Swivel
VALVES
FHT5-75FHS
FILTERS
500 Series Pro-Loc Shutoff Valve
EMISSION
DEVICES
FHV500
FITTINGS
500 Series Pro-Loc Elbow
HOSE
FHE500
DRIPLINE
PRO-LOC HOSE AND DRIPLINE FITTINGS
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BARBED HOSE FITTINGS &
INSTALLATION TOOLS
BARBED HOSE AND DRIPLINE FITTINGS
BARBED HOSE AND DRIPLINE FITTINGS
Barbed Couplings
Male Thread Adapters
FBC400B
FBA5-50MPT
500 Series Barb x 1/2" Male Pipe Thread
Adapter
FBA7-50MPT
700 Series Barb x 1/2" Male Pipe Thread
Adapter
FBA10-50MPT
1000 Series Barb x 1/2" Male Pipe
Thread Adapter
FBA5-75MPT
500 Series Barb x 3/4" Male Pipe Thread
Adapter
400 Series Barb Coupling
FBC500
500 Series Barb Coupling
FBC700
700 Series Barb Coupling
FBC1000
1000 Series Barb Coupling
FBC1200
1200 Series Barb Coupling
FBA7-75MPT
700 Series Barb x 3/4" Male Pipe Thread
Adapter
FBC1400
1400 Series Barb Coupling
FBA10-75MPT
1000 Series Barb x 3/4" Male Pipe
Thread Adapter
FBT500
500 Series Barb Tee
FBT700
700 Series Barb Tee
FBT1000
1000 Series Barb Tee
FBT1200
1200 Series Barb Tee
FBT1400
1400 Series Barb Tee
Barbed Tees
INSTALLATION TOOLS
Layflat installation Tools
LF-INST
T-Handle Hex Tool for Layflat Installation
LF-CUT14
Layflat Cutter - 14mm BLUE
LF-CUT16
Layflat Cutter - 16mm RED
LF-CUT19
Layflat Cutter - 19mm GREEN
BARBED HOSE AND DRIPLINE FITTINGS SELECTION CHART
Series
Number
50
Inside Diameter
Inches
Millimeters
500
0.519
13.2
700
0.661
16.8
1000
0.850
21.6
1200
1.110
28.2
1400
1.385
35.2
400 Series Barb Tool
Toro Micro-Irrigation
INS-400XS
400B Cutting and Inserting
Tool - Extra Short
INS-400S
400B Cutting and Inserting
Tool - Short
INS-400AS
400B Cutting and Inserting
Tool with Adjustable Tip - Short
INS-400AL
400B Cutting and Inserting
Tool with Adjustable Tip - Long
TIP-400XS
400B Replacement Tip - Extra Short
TIP-400S
400B Replacement Tip - Short
TIP-400AS
400B Replacement Adjustable
Tip - Short
TIP-400AL
Replacement Adjustable Tip - Long
TAPE
DRIPLINE
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EMISSION
DEVICES
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FILTERS
VALVES
CONTROLLERS
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INJECTORS
RESOURCES
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XPANDO
TAKE OFF FITTINGS
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• Easy to install, reducing both time and cost of installation.
• Innovative Xpando Take-Off Adapter with collapsible barb prevents pull-out and reduces grommet damage during the installation process.
• Top Hat grommet with internal step combines with
Xpando interference barb to hold take-off firmly in place.
• UV stabilized materials for long life.
Xpando Take-Off fittings are an improved
method of connecting low pressure irrigation
• Compatible with standard polyethylene drip irrigation tubing, reducing cost and easing logistics.
tubes and driplines to polyethylene tubes
and PVC mainlines. Xpando Take-Off fittings
and grommets are offered in a wide array of
dimensions to fill all your micro-irrigation
connection needs.
X PA N D O TA KE -O F F A DA P TO RS
Part #
XP-13x13
13mm grommet inlet x 13mm takeoff
Toro Hose
EHD1350
XP-13x14
13mm grommet inlet x 14mm takeoff
EHD1350
XP-13x15
13mm grommet inlet x 15mm takeoff
EHD1554
XP-16x16
16mm grommet inlet x 16mm takeoff
EHO1650
XP-16x18
16mm grommet inlet x 18mm takeoff
EHD1850
XP-19x21
19mm grommet inlet x 21mm takeoff
EHO2055
R UBBE R G RO MME T S
Toro IPS
Parts #
Part #
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Description
Description
XP-13x15
13mm grommet inlet x 15mm takeoff
XP-19x19
XP-19x25
Description
IPS50
CAP-13
13mm rubber grommet
19mm grommet inlet x 19mm takeoff
IPS75
CAP-16
16mm rubber grommet
19mm grommet inlet x 25mm takeoff
IPS100
CAP-19
19mm rubber grommet
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Procedure
DRIPLINE
The Xpando Take-Off is installed by first inserting the grommet into PVC or HDPE pipe, then inserting the
collapsing barb into the Grommet. As the barb enters it collapses inward eliminating grommet damage.
• Drill hole in PVC or HDPE pipe to the appropriate size as per Tape Riser Assembly Details table.
• Clean burrs from edge of hole before inserting Grommet.
• Install further connections to adapter using appropriately sized LDPE tube.
MAT E R IA L S
Tape
Hose
Xpando
Grommet
Wire Tie
Min. PVC ID
Hole Size*
5/8”
EHD1350
XP-13x13
CAP-13
6”
1 1/2”
5/8”
Xpando Adapters: all sizes
Acetal
7/8”
EHD1850
XP-16x18
CAP-16
7”
2”
3/4”
Rubber grommets: all sizes
Thermoplastic rubber
1”
EHO2055
XP-19x21
CAP-19
8”
2”
7/8”
Adaptor
Material
FITTINGS
TAP E R I SO R A S S E M BLY D E TA I L S
HOSE
• Push Xpando adapter into grommet ensuring flange finishes flush with top of grommet.
Lubricate with water to aid insertion.
EMISSION
DEVICES
FILTERS
VALVES
CONTROLLERS
INJECTORS
Place appropriate grommet
firmly in hole with flange facing out.
Push Xpando take-off adaptor
into grommet until flange and
grommet are flush.
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RESOURCES
Drill hole to recommended
hole size. Use low speed drill.
Remove burrs from hole.
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LOC-EZE™
HOSE FITTINGS
Part Number Description
Part Number Description
Coupling, (ID) Loc-Eze X (ID) Loc-Eze
FCC13
13mm Loc-Eze X 13mm Loc-Eze
FCC15
15mm Loc-Eze X 15mm Loc-Eze
FCC16
16mm Loc-Eze X 16mm Loc-Eze
Adaptor Tee, 3/4” FHT Swivel X (ID) Loc-Eze X (ID) Loc-Eze
FTS13
3/4” FHT Swivel w/screen100 X 13mm
Loc-Eze x 13mm Loc-Eze
FTS16
3/4” FHT Swivel w/screen X 16mm
Loc-Eze x 16mm Loc-Eze
FTS16-1
3/4” FHT Swivel w/washer X 16mm
Loc-Eze x 16mm Loc-Eze
Reducer Coupling, (ID) Loc-Eze X (ID) Loc-Eze
Adaptor Tee, 1/2” Slip X (ID) Loc-Eze X (ID) Loc-Eze
FCR1613
16mm Loc-Eze X 13mm Loc-Eze
FTV16
Hose End, 3/4” MHT X (ID) Loc-Eze
Elbow, (ID) Loc-Eze X (ID) Loc-Eze
FEE13
13mm Loc-Eze X 13mm Loc-Eze
FEE16
16mm Loc-Eze X 16mm Loc-Eze
1/2” Slip x 16mm Loc-Eze, 16mm Loc-Eze
FJA16
3/4” MHT X 16mm Loc-Eze w/out cap
FJJ13
3/4” MHT X 13mm Loc-Eze with cap
FJJ16
3/4” MHT X 16mm Loc-Eze with cap
FEP1380
3/4” FHT Cap w/washer
Replacement Loc-Eze Rings
Tee, (ID) Loc-Eze X (ID) Loc-Eze X (ID) Loc-Eze
FTT13
13mm X 13mm X 13mm Loc-Eze
FTT16
16mm X 16mm X 16mm Loc-Eze
FEP1846
Ring for 10mm fittings
FEP1844
Ring for 13mm fittings
FEP1956
Ring for 15mm fittings
FEP1847
Ring for 16mm fittings
Oval Hose Connector, 7mm Barb X Hose (ID) Loc-Eze
Male Adaptor, 3/4” FHT Swivel X (ID) Loc-Eze
FCA0710
7mm barb x 10mm Loc-Eze
FAS16
3/4” FHT Swivel w/screen X 16mm Loc-Eze
FCA0713
7mm barb x 13mm Loc-Eze
FAS16-1
3/4” FHT Swivel w/washer X 16mm Loc-Eze
FCA0716
7mm barb x 16mm Loc-Eze
Male Adaptor, 1/2” MNPT X (ID) Loc-Eze
FAM13
1/2” MNPT x 13mm Loc-Eze w/out cap
FAM16 1
/2” MNPT x 16mm Loc-Eze w/out cap
Adaptor Tee, 1/2” FNPT X (ID) Loc-Eze X (ID) Loc-Eze
FTF16
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1/2” FNPT x 16mm Loc-Eze X 16mm Loc-Eze
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TAPE
Part Number Description
Coupling, (ID) Barb X (ID) Barb
Rubber Grommet Adaptors, for PVC.
4mm Barb X 4mm Barb
FCC0400-100
4mm Barb X 4mm Barb
FCC0600
6mm Barb X 6mm Barb
FCC1500
15mm Barb X 15mm Barb
Rubber Grommet with 1/2” FNPT, drill size
1.0” 25.5mm, min PVC size: 1-1/2” 40mm
(for use with FAM fittings)
FGR20
Rubber Grommet with 3/4” FNPT, drill size
1.2” 30mm, min PVC size: 1-1/2” 40mm
(for use with FAM fittings)
FGR25
Rubber Grommet with 1” FNPT, drill size
1.5” 38mm, min PVC size: 2” 50mm
FPG01
Single side hose plug
FPG02
Dual side hose plug
FTC10
10mm Wedge Plug, PVC drill size 15/32”, poly drill
size 29/64”, min PVC size 3/4” 20mm
FTC13
13mm Wedge Plug, PVC drill size 19/32”, poly drill
size 37/64”, min PVC size 1” 25mm
FTC16
16mm Wedge Plug, PVC drill size 23/32”, poly drill
size 45/64”, min PVC size 1-1/4” 32mm
FJQ13
13mm figure 8 end clamp
FJQ16
16mm figure 8 end clamp
FJQ20
20mm figure 8 end clamp
FJQ26
26mm figure 8 end clamp
Elbow, (ID) Barb X (ID) Barb
FEE0400
4mm Barb X 4mm Barb
FEE0400-100
4mm Barb X 4mm Barb
FEE1500
15mm Barb X 15mm Barb
Hose Plug
Wedge Plug
Tee, (ID) Barb X (ID) Barb X (ID) Barb
4mm X 4mm X 4mm Barb
FTT0400-100
4mm X 4mm X 4mm Barb
FTT1500
15mm X 15mm X 15mm Barb
1/2” MNPT x 15mm Barb w/out cap
Figure 8 End Clamp
FAS1500
3/4” FHT Swivel w/screen X 15mm
Barb
FAS1500-1
3/4” FHT Swivel w/washer X 15mm
Barb
Oetiker 1-Ear Clamps
FTS1500
3/4” FHT Swivel w/screen X 15mm
Barb X 5mm Barb
FTS1500-1
3/4” FHT Swivel w/washer X 15mm
Barb X 15mm Barb
WFL0042
(210R) Nominal Size 13/16”, Closed .716”,
Open .827”
WFL0043
(256R) Nominal Size 1”, Closed .898, Open
.1.008”
WFL0044
(316R) Nominal Size 1 1/4”, Closed 1.122”,
Open 1.244”
WFL0045
(1098) Straight Jaw Pliers
FMH08-1
Wire tie handle
FWA01
Stainless steel wire tie, 18 gauge, 6” long
FWA02
Galvanized steel wire tie, 18 gauge, 6” long
Wire Ties & Handles
Hose End, 3/4” MHT X (ID) Barb
FJA1500
FJJ1500
3/4” MHT X 15mm Barb w/out cap
3/4” MHT X 15mm Barb
FGP10
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Rubber Grommet for 7mm Barb (for use
with FCA fittings), use drill bit size 9/16”
RESOURCES
Rubber Grommet, takeoff for PVC X 7mm Barb
INJECTORS
(198R) Nominal Size 3/4”, Closed .618”,
Open .779”
CONTROLLERS
Adaptor Tee, 3/4” FHT Swivel X (ID) Barb X (ID) Barb
WFL0040
VALVES
Male Adaptor, 3/4” FHT Swivel X (ID) Barb
FILTERS
Male Adaptor, 1/2” MNPT X (ID) Barb
EMISSION
DEVICES
FTT0400
FITTINGS
FGR15
HOSE
FCC0400
FAM1500
DRIPLINE
Part Number Description
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BLUE STRIPE OVAL HOSE
AND LAYFLAT CONNECTIONS
Coupling
Reducer
Spigot Adapter
Worm Gear Clamp
Slip Adapter
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Premium fittings ensure secure connections with Blue Stripe® Oval
Hose or layflat hose For water transfer, sub-main, and main lines.
PVC insert fittings for layflat and oval hose
applications. These precise, fabricated
fittings are designed to work with both Toro
layflat and Blue Stripe® Oval Hose. Sharp
barbs ensure the most secure connection
possible, preventing leakage or slippage
during operation.
Standard sizes include 2.0” to 8.0” To ensure convenience and efficiency. Other sizes available upon request
with minimum quantity runs.
Insert couplings, spigot adapters (male connection), slip adapters
(female connection), and reducers are stocked items
Tees, elbows and all other applicable fittings available upon request.
Specially engineered barbs sink deep into tubing walls
To ensure the strongest possible bond with no slippage.
Proprietary manufacturing process Ensures premium performance and reliability.
Easy to install
Reducing both time and cost of installation.
Available in both Schedule 40 and 80 PVC, and HDPE
Connection Comparison
Layflat Connections
Oval Hose Connections
Coupling
Transition* Coupling
*Transition Fittings available for all configurations
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Picture
FITTINGS
EMISSION
DEVICES
FILTERS
VALVES
CONTROLLERS
INJECTORS
RESOURCES
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HOSE
Part
Transition
Description
Number Part No.
Insert Couplings (Standard)
C02
DF-C02
2" Insert Couplings
C03
DF-C03
3" Insert Couplings
C04
DF-C04
4" Insert Couplings
C06
DF-C06
6" Insert Couplings
C08
DF-C08
8" Insert Couplings
Insert Tee (Standard)
T02
DF-T02
2" Insert Tee
T03
DF-T03
3" Insert Tee
T04
DF-T04
4" Insert Tee
T06
DF-T06
6" Insert Tee
T08
DF-T08
8" Insert Tee
Insert Elbow (Standard)
L02
DF-L02
2" Insert Elbow
L03
DF-L03
3" Insert Elbow
L04
DF-L04
4" Insert Elbow
L06
DF-L06
6" Insert Elbow
L08
DF-L08
8" Insert Elbow
Insert Spigot Adapters (Standard)
ISP02
DF-ISP02 2" Insert Spigot Adapters
ISP03
DF-ISP03 3" Insert Spigot Adapters
ISP04
DF-ISP04 4" Insert Spigot Adapters
ISP06
DF-ISP06 6" Insert Spigot Adapters
ISP08
DF-ISP08 8" Insert Spigot Adapters
Insert Slip Adapters (Standard)
IXS02
DF-IXS02 2" Insert Slip Adapters
IXS03
DF-IXS03 3" Insert Slip Adapters
IXS04
DF-IXS04 4" Insert Slip Adapters
IXS06
DF-IXS06 6" Insert Slip Adapters
IXS08
DF-IXS08 8" Insert Slip Adapters
Insert Reducers (Standard)
R32
DF-R32
3"x 2" Insert Reducers
R43
DF-R43
4"x 3" Insert Reducers
R64
DF-R64
6"x 4" Insert Reducers
Insert Male Adapter (Standard)
MA02
DF-MA02 2" Insert Male Adapter
MA03
DF-MA03 3" Insert Male Adapter
MA04
DF-MA04 4" Insert Male Adapter
MA06
DF-MA06 6" Insert Male Adapter
MA08
DF-MA08 8" Insert Male Adapter
Insert Plug (Standard)
PL02
DF-PL02
2" Insert Plug
PL03
DF-PL03
3" Insert Plug
PL04
DF-PL04
4" Insert Plug
PL06
DF-PL06
6" Insert Plug
PL08
DF-PL08
8" Insert Plug
Insert Victaulic Groove (Standard)
VG02PE N/A
2" Victaulic Groove x Plain End Fitting
VG03PE N/A
3" Victaulic Groove x Plain End Fitting
VG04PE N/A
4" Victaulic Groove x Plain End Fitting
VG06PE N/A
6" Victaulic Groove x Plain End Fitting
VG08PE N/A
8" Victaulic Groove x Plain End Fitting
VG02IN N/A
2" Victaulic Groove x Insert Barb
VG03IN N/A
3" Victaulic Groove x Insert Barb
VG04IN N/A
4" Victaulic Groove x Insert Barb
VG06IN N/A
6" Victaulic Groove x Insert Barb
VG08IN N/A
8" Victaulic Groove x Insert Barb
DRIPLINE
Blue Stripe Oval Hose and Layflat Fittings - Poux Plastics
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BLUE STRIPE OVAL HOSE
AND LAYFLAT CONNECTIONS
Toro Product Sizing Chart
Toro Part Number
Size
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Oval Hose*
Layflat
Min. Max.
Clamp Clamp Clamp
Size
Size
1.5"
SF-10x1.5,
ELD4040-xxx,
Clamp
SF-50x1.5,
ELD4084-xxx
1.5
SF-55x1.5
2.0"
SF-10x2.0,
ELD5251-xxx,
Clamp
1.5"
SF-50x2.0,
ELD52108-xxx
2
SF-55x2.0
3.0"
SF-10x3.0,
Clamp
ELD7776-xxx SF-50x3.0,
2.75" 3.75"
3
SF-55x3.0
1"
2"
2.5"
SF-10x4.0,
Clamp
4.0" ELD101100-xxx SF-50x4.0,
2.5"
4
SF-55x4.0
4.5"
6.0"
n/a
SF-10x6.0,
Clamp
SF-50x6.0,
4.5"
6
SF-55x6.0
6.5"
8.0"
n/a
SF-10x8.0, Clamp
6.5"
SF-50x8.0
8
8.5"
Toro Micro-Irrigation
TAPE
DRIPLINE
HOSE
FITTINGS
EMISSION
DEVICES
VALVES
CONTROLLERS
INJECTORS
RESOURCES
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FILTERS
Emission Devices
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Uniform flow rates from 8 to 60 psi (0.55 to 4.1 Bar). This wide
pressure range makes the NGE emitter ideal for use in difficult
topographical conditions. With a Cv of 3% or less, the NGE is
one of the highest performing emitters available.
Available in male adapter (-MA) or snap on dust cap (-DC)
configurations.
The NGE 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.
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• The male adaptor option with an internal bug shield deters
the entry of insects and can also be used with 1/4” (4mm)
leader tube or the Black Spider multi-outlet device.
• The dust cap option deters dust and insects from entering
the emitter.
Available in four flow rates:
DPC02-MA-Blue DPC03-MA-Green DPC04-MA-Black DPC08-MA-Red Toro Micro-Irrigation
0.5 gph 0.8 gph
1.0 gph 2.1 gph
2.0 lph
3.0 lph
4.0 lph
8.0 lph
TAPE
DRIPLINE
FLOW R ATE
Pressure C o mpen s a t in g Ra n ge
2.50
1.50
DPC08-MA-Red
DPC04-MA-Black
DPC03-MA-Green
DPC02-MA-Blue
1.00
HOSE
FITTINGS
0.50
0.00
3
4
5
6
7
8 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 60 50 40 30 20 15 10 8
Pressure (psi)
6
5
4
3
2
EMISSION
DEVICES
Pres s ure Comp ens ati ng Rang e
10.00
9.00
8.00
7.00
6.00
DPC08-MA-Red
DPC04-MA-Black
DPC03-MA-Green
DPC02-MA-Blue
5.00
4.00
FILTERS
F l o w Rat e ( l p h )
F l o w Ra t e ( g p h )
2.00
3.00
2.00
VALVES
1.00
0.00
0.2 0.3 0.4 0.6 0.7 1.0 1.4 2.1 2.8 3.4 4.1 4.1 3.4 2.8 2.1 1.4 1.0 0.7 0.6 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1
Pressure (bar)
Nominal Flow Rates (Q)
gph
lph
DPC02
0.5
2.0
DPC03
0.8
3.0
DPC04
1.0
DPC08
2.1
4.0
8.0
Example: DPC04-MA-Black
DPC 04
-MA
-Black
Color (Base)
MA = Male Adapter
DC = Dust Cap
Flow Rate (lph)
Model
}
Outlet
Configuratio
RESOURCES
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Understanding Part Numbers
INJECTORS
Recommended Pressure Range (P)
psi
8 to 60 psi
bar
0.6 to 4.1 Bar
Emitter Specs
Emitter Exponent (x)
0.000
0.001
0.000
0.002
Coefficient of variation (Cv)
≤ 3%
Minimum Filtration Requirement
Mesh
120
Micron
125
Optional Outlet
-MA (male adaptor) / -DC (dust cap)
Color
Blue
Green
Black
Red
CONTROLLERS
SP E CI F I CAT I O NS
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FEATURES & BENEFITS
Acid resistant high-grade material construction Provides the emitter with superior weathering characteristics
and protection against chemical degradation.
The unique emitter design and pressure compensating diaphragm
allows:
• the emitter to remain closed until an opening pressure of
15 psi (1.03 bar) is achieved. As a result, start-up time is
kept to a minimum, and uniformity is maximized.
• self-flushing during operation to facilitate cleaning.
The NGE AL 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 antidrain feature eliminates drainage caused by
differences in elevation.
• the emitter to shut off at 3.5 psi (0.24 bar). This prevents
complete drainage of system pipes and facilitates
efficient system pulsing. Quicker system start-up also
results in a reduction of chemical and fertilizer waste.
• the emitter to close upon system shut down, thus inhibiting back
siphoning and reducing the risk of emitter clogging.
The semi-circle inlet filters and large turbulent flow path design Provide clogging resistance by preventing large debris from
entering the emitter, and by allowing smaller particles to exit
the flowpath during the self-flushing cycle.
The exceptional emitter design allows uniform flow rates in
demanding applications
Even in nurseries and greenhouses where exceptional
precision is required. The pressure compensating feature,
along with a manufacturing Cv of 3% or less makes the NGE
one of the highest performing emitters available.
Also available in a male adapter (-MA) outlet Configuration with an internal bug shield, allowing use with 1/4”
(4mm) leader tubes or Black Spider multi-outlet devices.
Available in four flow rates:
DPC02-MA-AL-Blue DPC03-MA-AL-Green DPC04-MA-AL-Gray DPC08-MA-AL-Red 62
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0.5 gph
0.8 gph
1.0 gph
2.1 gph
2.0 lph
3.0 lph
4.0 lph
8.0 lph
TAPE
DRIPLINE
FLOW R ATE
Pressure Comp e n s a t i n g R a n g e
2.50
1.50
DPC08-MA-AL-Red
DPC04-MA-AL-Gray
DPC03-MA-AL-Green
DPC02-MA-AL-Blue
1.00
FITTINGS
0.50
0.00
4
5
6
8
10 15 20 30 40 50 60 60 50 40 30 20 15 10
8
6
5
4
3
HOSE
F l o w Rat e ( g p h )
2.00
2
Pressure (psi)
EMISSION
DEVICES
Pr e s s ur e Co mp ensat ing Rang e
9.00
8.00
6.00
DPC08-MA-AL-Red
DPC04-MA-AL-Gray
DPC03-MA-AL-Green
DPC02-MA-AL-Blue
5.00
4.00
3.00
FILTERS
Flow Ra te ( lph)
7.00
2.00
1.00
VALVES
0.00
0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 1.0 1.4 2.1 2.8 3.4 4.1 4.1 3.4 2.8 2.1 1.4 1.0 0.7 0.6 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1
Pressure (bar)
Nominal Flow Rates (Q)
gph
lph
DPC02
0.5
2.0
DPC04
1.0
3.0
4.0
DPC08
2.1
8.0
Understanding Part Numbers
15 to 60 psi
1.03 to 4.1 bar
3.5
0.24
3.5
0.24
Example: DPC04-MA-AL-Gray
DPC 04
3.5
0.24
0.000
≤ 3%
AL
-Gray
Color (Base)
AL = Anti Drain
MA = Male Adapter Outlet
Configuration
DC = Dust Cap
Flow Rate (lph)
}
Model
Gray
Light
Red
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RESOURCES
140
105
Light
Green
-MA
INJECTORS
Recommended Pressure Range (P)
psi
bar
Closing Pressure
psi
3.5
bar
0.24
Emitter Specs
Emitter Exponent (x)
Coefficient of variation (Cv)
Minimum Filtration Requirement
Mesh
Micron
Light
Color
Blue
DPC03
0.8
CONTROLLERS
SP E C I FI C ATI O NS
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BLACK SPIDERS & WHITE SPIDERS
MULTI-OUTLET DEVICE FOR NGE EMITTERS
DBS4Q
DBS1
DBS2Q
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Easy to install On the NGE Self Flushing (SF) or Anti Leak (AL) emitters
equipped with a Male Adaptor (MA), as well as other emitters
with a 1/4” (4mm) male spigot outlet.
Available in 18” (45.7 cm), 24” (61 cm) and 32” (81.3 cm)
The Black Spider and White Spider addon assemblies are ideal for allowing
additional distribution to an on-line
emitter. The Black Spider or white spider,
in combination with our NGE-AL anti-drain
PC emitter, are ideal for greenhouses
and nurseries where pot watering and/or
hanging basket irrigation systems are used.
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Less disease
By applying water directly to the pot, the foliage will stay dry,
decreasing the possibility of disease.
Decrease run-off contamination
Daily watering does not wash off chemicals applied to the foliage
Higher water and fertilizer uniformity If used in combination with our NGE AL, pressure compensating
dripper with anti drain device.
Modular configuration: 1, 2 and 4 outlet
Provides for a 2-outlet manifold, different configurations that
can be produced on a multiple of 2.
Toro Micro-Irrigation
TAPE
DRIPLINE
MODE LS
Black Spider White Spider
part#part# Description
Single outlet elbow configuration with barbed elbow stake
DBS1S-XX
DWS1S-XX
Single outlet straight configuration with barbed elbow stake
DBS2Q-XX
DWS2Q-XX
Two outlet configuration with turbulent elbow stakes
DBS2S-XX
DWS2S-XX
Two outlet configuration with turbulent straight stakes
DBS4Q-XX
DWS4Q-XX
Four outlet configuration with turbulent elbow stakes
DBS4S-XX
DWS4S-XX
Four outlet configuration with turbulent straight stakes
XX denotes the length of the micro-tube in inches. Substitute XX with the following available micro-tube lengths: 18”, 24”,
32” and 36”. Example: DBS1-18
EMISSION
DEVICES
NOTES: • 6 and 8 outlet configurations can be produced on request.
Call for additional information.
• T he emitter must be inserted into the female adaptor at least half
the length of the emitter’s male adaptor to insure a positive fit.
FILTERS
AC C E SSO R I E S
FBS1E 1 outlet barbed elbow x female adaptor
FBS1S 1 outlet barbed straight x female adaptor
FBS2 2 outlet barbed tee x female adaptor
FBS2-MA 2 outlet barbed manifold x female/male adaptor
Turbulent flow straight stake
IPS0301BQ Barbed elbowed stake
IPS0301Q Turbulent flow elbowed stake
VALVES
IPS0301 FITTINGS
DWS1-XX
HOSE
DBS1-XX
IPS0301BQ-BLUE Barbed elbow stake
Barbed elbow stake
CONTROLLERS
IPS0301BQ-RED
INJECTORS
IPS0301
FBS2
IPS0301BQ
IPS0301BQ-RED
IPS0301BQ-BLUE
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FBS2-MA
FBS1E
FBS1S
RESOURCES
IPS0301Q
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TURBO-SC PLUS & TURBO-KEY
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• Proven PC (Pressure Compensating) & Non-Pressure Compensating emitter design
• Take-apart feature permits fast, easy on-site inspection and cleaning
• Barbed inlet allows emitters to be installed directly onto hose or
used with 1/4” (4mm) tubing
• Resistant to agricultural chemicals and ultraviolet light
degradation
TURBO-SC PLUS EMITTER:
PRESSURE COMPENSATING
• Large, self-flushing, turbulent flow path* for higher resistance to plugging where water conditions may be a problem
• High quality silicon diaphragm for improved pressure
compensation and uniformity over a wide range of pressures
• Includes a Male Adaptor for use with 1/4” (4mm) tubing (i.e. EHD0433)
• Includes bug shield to deter entry of insects
• Available in three flow rates:
Part Number
GPH
LPH
Base Color
DPJ02-A
0.5 2.0Blue
DPJ04-A
1.0 4.0Black
DPJ08-A*
2.0 8.0Red
*Turbo-SC has same features as Turbo-SC Plus except for Turbulent Flow Path
TURBO-KEY NON-PRESSURE
COMPENSATING EMITTER
• Large turbulent flow path allows for greater resistance to
plugging where water conditions are poor.
Ideal PC (Pressure Compensating) & NonPressure Compensating emitters for
use in agriculture, nursery & landscaping
applications. The large turbulent flow path
allows for greater resistance to plugging, and
the take-apart feature permits easy on-site
inspection and cleaning.
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• Color coded internal tab for easy flow rate identification
• Available in three flow rates:
Part Number
DNK02-3
DNK04-3
DNK08-3
Toro Micro-Irrigation
GPH LPH Internal Tab Color
0.52.0
White
1.0
4.0
Black
2.08.0
Green
Pressure
DPJ02-A
DPJ04-A
DPJ08-A
psi
Bar
gph
lph
gph
lph
gph
lph
5
0.34
0.42
1.60
0.73
2.75
1.41
5.34
10
0.69
0.44
0.97
1.80
Pressure
DPJ02-A1.65
DPJ04-A3.68
DPJ08-A6.81
15
1.03
0.47
1.78
0.96
3.62
2.00
7.57
psi
Bar
gph
lph
gph
lph
gph
lph
20
1.38
0.49
1.86
0.97
3.69
2.12
8.03
5
0.34
0.42
1.60
0.73
2.75
1.41
5.34
25
1.72
0.50
1.91
1.00
3.79
2.15
8.14
10
0.69
0.44
1.65
0.97
3.68
1.80
6.81
30
2.07
0.51
1.93
1.01
3.82
2.15
8.14
15
1.03
0.47
1.78
0.96
3.62
2.00
7.57
35
2.41
0.51
1.91
1.01
3.82
2.11
7.99
20
1.38
0.49
1.86
0.97
3.69
2.12
8.03
TUR B O -SC P LU S : P RE S S U RE CO M P E NSATIN G
40
2.76
0.50
1.88
1.00
3.78
2.04
7.72
25
1.72
1.91
3.79
2.15
8.14
45
3.10
0.49
1.84
0.98
3.71
1.95
7.38
30
2.07
0.51
1.93
1.01
3.82
2.15
8.14
Pressure
DPJ02-A
DPJ04-A
DPJ08-A
50
3.45
0.47
1.78
0.95
3.60
1.84
6.97
35
2.41
0.51
1.91
1.01
3.82
2.11
7.99
psi
Bar
gph
lph
gph
lph
gph
lph
40
2.76
0.50
1.88
1.00
3.78
2.04
7.72
0.34
0.42
1.600.98 0.73 3.71
2.75
1.41
5.347.38
45
3.10 5
0.49
1.84
1.95
50
3.45 10 0.47
1.78
1.84
0.69
0.44
1.650.95 0.97 3.60
3.68
1.80
6.816.97
1.03
0.47
DPJ02-A
1.78
0.96 DPJ04-A
3.62
1.86
0.97
3.69
DPJ08-A
2.00
7.57
2.12
8.03
0.50
1.00
0.00
0.50
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
40
45 DPJ02-A
50 55
Pressure (psi)
0.00
5
10 DPJ08-A
15 20
25
30DPJ04-A
35
Pressure (psi)
DPJ04-A
DPJ08-A
DPJ02-A
EMISSION
DEVICES
Recommended Pressure Range (P)
psi
bar
Emitter Exponent (x)
1.00
1.50
10 to 50 psi
0.7 to 3.5 Bar
Flow Rates
0.060
0.009
0.031
Pressure
DNK02-1
DNK04-1
DNK08-1
Recommended
Filtration
Requirement
psi
Bar
gph
lph
gph
lph
gph
lph
5
0.34Mesh 0.31
1.17
0.63
2.38 140 1.23
4.66
10
0.69Micron 0.43
0.88
Pressure
DNK02-11.63
DNK04-13.33 105 1.75
DNK08-16.62
* psi
15
1.03Option Color
0.53 (base) lph
2.01
1.08 Blue lph
4.09 Black gph
2.14 Red lph
8.10
Bar
gph
gph
20
1.38
0.61
2.31
1.25
4.73
2.47
9.35
5
0.34
0.31
1.17
0.63
2.38
1.23
4.66
O -KE Y: 1.63
NO N- P R0.88
E S S U R E3.33
CO M P E NSAT
25
1.72 TUR B0.43
0.68
2.57
1.40
5.30
2.76 IN G6.62
10.45
10
0.69
1.75
2.07
0.75
2.84
1.53
5.79
3.02
11.43
* 30
15
1.03
0.53
2.01
1.08
4.09
2.14
8.10
Pressure
DPJ02-A 1.25
DPJ04-A
DPJ08-A 9.35
35
2.41
0.81
3.07
1.65
6.25
3.25
12.30
20
1.38
0.61
2.31
4.73
2.47
40
2.76
0.86
3.26
1.77
6.70
3.48
25
1.72 psi 0.68Bar
2.57
2.76
10.45
gph
lph 1.40 gph 5.30lph
gph
lph 13.17
45
3.10 5
0.92
3.48
1.88 0.73 5.79
7.12
30
2.07
0.75
2.84
3.02
0.34
0.42
1.601.53
2.75
1.41
5.3411.43
50
3.45
0.96
3.63
1.98
7.50
35
2.41
0.81
3.07
1.65
6.25
3.25
12.30
10 pressure
0.69
0.44
1.65
0.97
3.68
1.80
6.81
operating
* Recommended
40
2.76
0.86
3.26
1.77
6.70
3.48
13.17
1.03
0.47
1.781.88 0.96 7.12
3.62
2.00
7.57
45
3.10 15 0.92
3.48
FITTINGS
Nominal Flow Rate (Q)
25
1.72
0.50
1.91
1.00 DPJ04-A
3.79
2.15
8.14
DPJ02-A
DPJ08-A
gph
0.5 gph
1.0 gph
2.0 gph
30
2.07
0.51
1.93
1.01
3.82
2.15
8.14
lph
2.0 lph
4.0 lph
8.0 lph
Nominal
Flow
Rate
(Q)
35
2.41
0.51
1.91
1.01
3.82
2.11
7.99
Recommended Pressure Range (P)
gph
0.5
gph
1.0
gph
2.0
gph
40 psi 2.76
0.50
1.88
1.0010 to 50
3.78 psi 2.04
7.72
lph
2.0
lph 0.98
lph
8.0 lph7.38
0.74.0
to 3.5
45 Bar 3.10
0.49
1.84
3.71 Bar 1.95
Recommended
Pressure
(P) 0.060
Emitter
Exponent
(x)3.45 Range
50
0.47
1.78
0.95 0.009
3.60
1.840.0316.97
psi
10 to(105
50 psi
Minimum filtration requirement
140 Mesh
Micron)
Bar Flow Rates (Q)
0.7 to DPJ04-A
3.5 Bar DPJ08-A
Nominal
DPJ02-A
Emitter Exponent
(x)
0.060 0.5 0.0091.0
0.031
gph
2.0
Minimum filtration
requirement
140 2.0
Mesh (1054.0
Micron) 8.0
lph
1.50
2.00
HOSE
0.49
2.00
2.50
Flow RateFlow
(gph)
Rate (gph)
15
Specifications
20
1.38
2.50
DRIPLINE
Specifications
TAPE
Flow Rates
Flow Rates
0.96
1.38
* Recommended operating pressure
25
1.72
0.50
0.51
1.861.98 0.97
7.50
3.69
DNK02-1
1.91
1.00 DNK04-1
3.79
1.93
1.01
3.82
2.12
8.03
DNK08-1
2.15
8.14
2.15
8.14
3.00
2.00
2.50
1.50
2.00
1.00
1.50
0.50
1.00
0.00
0.50
0.50
0.50
White
140
105
Black
Green
15
20
25
30
35
40
25 DNK04-1
30
35
40
45
50
Pressure (psi)
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5
10 DNK08-1
15
20
45
50
DNK02-1
Pressure (psi)
DNK08-1
DNK04-1
DNK02-1
RESOURCES
0.49
10
0.00
Emitter Exponent (x)
Minimum Filtration Requirement
Mesh
Micron
Color (internal tab)
5
INJECTORS
Nominal Flow35Rate (Q)
2.41
0.51
1.91
1.01
3.82
2.11
7.99
DNK02-1
DNK04-1
DNK08-1
gph @ 15 psi
0.5 gph
1.0 gph
2.0 gph
40
2.76
0.50
1.88
1.00
3.78
2.04
7.72
lph @ 15 psi
2.0 lph
4.0 lph
8.0 lph
3.10
0.49
0.98
3.71
1.95
7.38
Nominal Flow45Rate
(Q)
Recommended
Pressure
Range
(P) 1.84
gph @
0.5
gph
2.0 gph
50 psi
3.4515 psi0.47
1.78gph 0.950 1.0
3.60 psi 1.84
6.97
to 50
lph @ 15 psi
2.0 lph 0 to
4.03.5
lphBar 8.0 lph
Bar
Nominal Flow Rates (Q)
DNK02-1 DNK04-1 DNK08-1
Recommended
Pressure
Emitter
Exponent
(x)psi Range (P) 0.49 0.5 0.50 1.0
0.50
gph @ 15
2.0
psi requirement
0 to(105
50 psi
Minimum filtration
140
Mesh
Micron)
lph @ 1 bar
2.0
4.0
8.0
Bar
0Blue/Black
to 3.5 Bar
Color (Internal Pill)
White
Green
Recommended Pressure Range (P)
Emitter Exponent (x)
0.49
0.50
0.50
psi
0 to 50 psi
Minimum filtration requirement
140 Mesh (105 Micron)
bar
0 to 3.5 Bar
Color (Internal Pill)
White
Blue/Black
Green
3.50
2.50
CONTROLLERS
Specifications
30
2.07
3.63
0.49
4.00
3.00
Flow RateFlow
(gph)
Rate (gph)
3.45 20
3.50
VALVES
50
FILTERS
Specifications
4.00
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E-2 EMITTER
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• Proven Classic (non-pressure compensating) hydraulic design
• Fast, single-barb installation directly onto the hose
• Exit barb may be used with 1/4” (4mm) Leader Tube (P/N EHD0433) for precision water placement
• Large open flow path for resistance to plugging
• Take apart feature allows fast, simple field inspection
• Optional color coded base for easy on-site identification
• Available in three flow rates:
DBK04 1.0 gph (4.0 lph)
DBK08 2.0 gph (8.0 lph)
DBK16 4.0 gph (16.0 lph)
FLOW RATE IN GPH
8
7
DBK04
Ideal Classic emitter for short runs and
non-sloped ag, nursery & landscape
applications. Suitable for seedling, young
and established plantings where precision
water placement is required. Its take apart
feature and large open flow path allows
easy field inspection, maintanance and
greater resistance to plugging.
S P E C I FI C ATI O N S
gph @ 15 psi
lph @ 1 bar
DBK04
DBK08
DBK16
1
2
4
4
7
15
Recommended Pressure Range (P)
psi
bar
Emitter Exponent (x)
Emitter Exponent (x)
0.60
Coefficient of Variation (Cv)
≤ 5%
Minimum Filtration Requirement
Mesh
Micron
DBK16
4
3
1
0
5
10
15
PSI
DBK04
DBK08
DBK16
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
0.58
0.88
1.12
1.33
1.52
1.70
1.87
2.03
2.17
2.32
1.03
1.53
1.93
2.27
2.58
2.87
3.13
3.38
3.62
3.84
2.09
3.08
3.87
4.55
5.15
5.71
6.23
6.71
7.17
7.61
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
Pressure (psi)
FLOW RATE IN LPH
0 to 50 psi
0to 3.5 Bar
0.57
≤ 6%
5
2
35
30
0.56
≤ 6.5%
DBK04
DBK08
DBK16
140
115
Flow Rate (lph)
Nominal Flow Rates (Q)
DBK08
Flow Rate (gph)
6
25
20
15
10
5
0
Understanding
Part Numbers
Example: DBK04-RED
DBK 04
Nominal Flow Rate (lph)
E-2 Emitter
68
0.50
1.00
Bar
DBK04
DBK08
DBK16
0.50
1.00
1.50
2.00
2.50
3.00
3.50
2.73
4.15
5.31
6.31
7.22
8.07
8.85
4.82
7.17
9.04
10.65
12.10
13.43
14.66
9.74
14.38
18.05
21.21
24.04
26.63
29.04
Toro Micro-Irrigation
1.50
2.00
2.50
Pressure (bar)
3.00
3.50
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FOGGER
DRIPLINE
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• Proven hydraulic (vortex) design
• Recommended Operating Pressure: 20 psi. (2,25 Bar)
• Diameter of throw (approximately) 2 to 5 Ft. (0,6 to 1,5 meters)
• Rugged Nylon construction with no moving parts
• Both barbed (SFJ) and 1/8” threaded (SFL) connections available
• Barbed Fogger (SFJ4xx) attaches directly onto LLDPE Hose or 1/4” (4mm) Micro-Distribution Hose (EHD0437) and can be used with Locator Stake (IPS0104)
• Available in four flow rates:
SFL/SFJ 408 2 gph (8 lph)
SFL/SFJ 412 3 gph (12 lph)
SFL/SFJ 416 4 gph (16 lph)
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The Fogger is ideal for irrigating nurseries,
shrubs and trees where a fine mist spray is
required at low volumes and low pressures.
Foggers can also assist in temperature control
and to increase humidity in hot, dry climates.
Its rugged nylon construction and easy
disassembly allows for carefree operation.
5
SFL/SFJ 412
SFL/SFJ 416
0
10
16
PSI
SFL/SFJ
408
SFL/SFJ
412
SFL/SFJ
416
10
15
20
25
30
35
1.4
1.7
1.9
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.3
2.7
3.0
3.2
3.4
3.7
2.9
3.4
3.9
4.3
4.6
4.9
15
20
25
30
35
Pressure (psi)
CONTROLLERS
FLOW RATE IN LPH
20
18
16
SFL/SFJ 408
SFL/SFJ 412
SFL/SFJ 416
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
Understanding
Part Numbers
Example: SFL4081
SFL4 08 1
SFJ4 Barbed Fogger
SFL4 Threaded Fogger
0,68
1,00
1,25
1,50
1,75
2,00
2,25
SFL/SFJ
408
5,3
6,4
6,9
7,6
8,4
8,7
8,9
SFL/SFJ
412
8,6
10,1
11,0
11,7
12,2
12,7
13,4
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SFL/SFJ
416
11,0
12,7
14,1
15,4
16,4
17,2
18,0
0
0.75
1.00
1.25
1.50
1.75
2.00
2.25
Pressure (bar)
RESOURCES
Nominal
Optional
flow @
Threaded Stake
15 PSI
Nominal Flow Rate (lph)
Bar
INJECTORS
Recommended Pressure Range (P)
psi
10 to 35 psi
bar
0.75 to 2.25 Bar
Emitter Exponent (x)
Emitter Exponent (x)
0.43
0.38
0.42
Recommended Filtration Requirement
Mesh
200
Micron
74
Flow Rate (lph)
4
12
2
VALVES
3
8
FILTERS
2
3
1
SFL/SFJ SFL/SFJ SFL/SFJ
408
412
416
gph
lph
4
Flow Rate (gph)
SFL/SFJ 408
SP E C I FI C ATI O NS
Nominal Flow Rates (Q)
EMISSION
DEVICES
FLOW RATE IN GPH
FITTINGS
• 1/8”NPT Threaded Fogger (SFL4xx) attaches directly to 1/8” Threaded Connection or Threaded Fogger Stake (IPS0409)
HOSE
• Both versions disassemble for easy servicing
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MICRO-SPRINKLER VI CLASSIC
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• Deflector plate design maximizes start-up torque to ensure
reliability of operation in the most hostile environments
• Anti-insect /dust-proof spinner retracts to protect nozzle
when not in operation
• New snap-fit conical bearing design ensures long life,
ease of maintenance and trouble free spinning
• Available in 8 color coded nozzle flow rates for easy identification
• Low angle of throw and large droplet size to maximize
under foliage penetration and reduce susceptibility to
windy conditions
• Balanced spin rate to minimize stake vibration
The Micro-Sprinkler VI Classic has been
engineered to provide uniform water application
for under-tree and over-head applications in
orchards, vineyards and nurseries.
• Double G-frame design provides long life under harsh field
conditions
• Constructed of durable, weather resistant, engineering
grade materials and manufactured under stringent quality
control conditions
• Engineered to provide uniform water application for low
volume, under-tree and over-head installations
• Easy installation on bases, risers and stakes, as well as
suspension from trellis wire
Understanding Part Numbers
Example: SAM620-D36
SAM
620
-D XX
• Optional break-off deflector tab allows the sprinkler to be
placed near young trees to concentrate water where the
roots are developing
Assembly lead length
Add -D for break-off deflector tab
Nozzle Number
Model
SPECIFICATIONS
• Recommended operating pressure
- 20 psi (1.38 Bar)
• Available in 8 flow rates ranging from 9.1 to 65.1 gph (34.5
to 246.5 lph) at 20 psi (1.38 Bar)
• Diameter of throw 16.4 to 36.8 Feet (5 to 11.2 Meters)
• Available in 3/8” MPT inlets
MATERIALS
• Frame, Bearing & Nozzle - Acetal; Spinner - Nylon
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Model
SAM613
SAM616
SAM622
SAM628
SAM616-D
SAM620-D
-
-
-
Maroon
Green
Blue
Grey
Yellow
Red
0.049
(1.25)
0.055
(1.40)
0.065
(1.65)
0.071
(1.80)
0.079
(2.01)
0.091
(2.31)
Diameter
Diameter with
Deflector Tab
Stream Height
Feet
Feet
Meters
1.8
0.56
PSI
Bar
gph
lph
Feet
Meters
15
1.03
7.9
29.9
16.4
5.0
20
1.38
9.1
34.4
17.7
5.4
2.0
0.62
25
1.72
10.2
38.6
19.0
5.7
2.1
0.65
15
1.03
11.8
44.7
20.5
6.2
1.8
0.56
20
1.38
13.7
51.9
22.4
6.8
2.0
0.62
25
1.72
15.3
57.9
24.0
7.3
2.1
0.65
15
1.03
16.5
62.5
23.0
7.0
1.9
0.57
20
1.38
19.0
71.9
25.0
7.6
2.3
0.71
25
1.72
21.2
80.3
27.5
8.4
3.0
0.90
15
1.03
21.5
81.4
27.0
8.2
2.0
0.60
20
1.38
24.8
93.9
30.0
9.1
25
1.72
27.8
105.2
31.6
9.6
15
1.03
29.2
110.5
30.0
9.1
20
1.38
33.7
127.6
32.2
9.8
3.3
3.3
3.3
3.9
Meters
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.2
5.3
1.6
0.83
0.90
2.0
0.60
2.6
0.80
3.0
0.92
25
1.72
37.7
142.7
34.6
10.5
15
1.03
33.8
127.9
32.0
9.8
-
-
2.0
0.60
20
1.38
39.0
147.6
34.0
10.4
-
-
2.5
0.77
25
1.72
43.6
165.0
35.6
10.9
-
-
3.0
0.90
15
1.03
41.7
157.9
32.5
9.9
-
-
2.1
0.65
20
1.38
48.1
182.1
35.0
10.7
-
-
2.5
0.75
0.85
1.72
53.8
203.7
36.8
11.2
-
-
2.8
1.03
56.4
213.5
32.0
9.8
-
-
2.4
0.74
20
1.38
65.1
246.4
34.1
10.4
-
-
3.2
0.97
25
1.72
72.8
275.6
36.8
11.2
-
-
3.4
1.05
The Toro Micro-Sprinkler VI is
available assembled on a
3/8” FPT x 4mm/6mm barb x 12”
length stake, 4mm/6mm leader
tube 24”, 30”, 36” or 48” length
and 4mm/6mm Coupling
CONTROLLERS
STA KE A SSE MBL IE S: The Toro Micro-Sprinkler VI can be connected to 10mm to 20mm Blue Stripe
round hose using a Sta-Base with 3/8”
FPT x 1/4” barb
VALVES
25
15
· Diameters are quoted according to ASAE S398.1. Actual diameter may exceed quoted Diameter
· Assemblies for SAM610 thru SAM620 will include Micro-Sprinkler; IPS1004 Stake; 4mm Leader Tube 24”, 30”, 36” or 48” Length and 4mm Coupling.
· Assemblies for SAM622 thru SAM628 will include Micro-Sprinkler; IPS1006; 6mm Leader Tube 24”, 30”, 36” or 48” Length and 6mm Coupling.
STA-BA SE : 2.7
3.0
FILTERS
SAM624
SAM614-D
White
0.041
(1.05)
Flow rate
EMISSION
DEVICES
SAM620
SAM613-D
Black
0.039
(1.00)
Pressure
FITTINGS
SAM614
SAM610-D
Nozzle Color
Orifice Dia.
Inch (mm)
HOSE
SAM610
with Deflector tab
Model No.
DRIPLINE
P E R FO R MA NCE CH A RT
INJECTORS
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RESOURCES
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Red or Black Stakes, Sta-Bases and
Adaptors are available
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MICRO SPRINKLER PC
PRESSURE COMPENSATING
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• Wide diameter of throw from 16 feet to 31 feet,
depending on sprinkler
• Pressure compensating sprinkler provides uniform flow
over a wide range of operating pressures: 20 psi – 60 psi
• Low angle of throw for maximizing under foliage irrigation
• Easy identification in eight color coded flow rates ranging
from 9 GPH – 40 GPH
• Snap-fit bearing provides easy field inspection and
maintenance
Toro’s pressure compensating Micro Sprinkler
PC is specifically designed for orchards,
vineyards, and nursery applications where
undulating terrain and long lateral lengths are
challenging. Its unique pressure compensating
design provides uniform flows and diameters
over a wide range of operating pressures. The
Micro Sprinkler PC now has a wider diameter of
throw than Toro’s previous micro sprinklers.
• Improved distribution characteristics with large droplet
size, less susceptible to wind
• Anti-insect /dust proof spinner retracts to protect nozzle
when not in operation
• Optional break off deflector tab allows the sprinkler to be
placed near a newly planted tree to concentrate water
where the roots are developing
• Fully assembled models available with pre-installed tube
and stake
SPECIFICATIONS
Inlet: 3/8” MPT (10 mm MBSP/ NPT)
Materials: Frame, bearing, and nozzle: Acetal.
Spinner: Nylon. Diaphragm: Rubber.
Assemblies:
Use 4 mm tube and stake (IPS1004)
Recommended Operating Pressure: 20 psi – 60 psi
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Model
MS7PC20
MS7PC35D
MS7PC40D
Purple
Blue
Grey
0.060
(1.52)
0.071
(1.81)
0.071
(1.81)
0.075
(1.90)
1.38
9.0
34
15.7
4.8
2.07
9.8
37
19.7
6.0
40
2.76
9.2
35
19.0
5.8
50
3.45
9.5
36
18.4
5.6
60
4.14
9.8
37
19.7
6.0
20
1.38
11.6
44
18.4
5.6
30
2.07
13.2
50
23.0
7.0
40
2.76
12.2
46
21.0
6.4
50
3.45
12.4
47
21.7
6.6
60
4.14
12.7
48
22.3
6.8
20
1.38
13.7
52
18.4
5.6
30
2.07
15.3
58
22.3
6.8
40
2.76
14.8
56
21.0
6.4
7.0
50
3.45
15.6
59
23.0
60
4.14
15.9
60
23.6
7.2
20
1.38
18.8
71
22.3
6.8
30
2.07
20.3
77
25.6
7.8
40
2.76
19.3
73
23.6
7.2
50
3.45
19.6
74
24.3
7.4
60
4.14
20.1
76
24.3
7.4
20
1.38
24.6
93
24.9
7.6
30
2.07
26.2
99
27.6
8.4
40
2.76
24.8
94
25.6
7.8
50
3.45
25.6
97
26.9
8.2
60
4.14
26.7 101 28.2
8.6
20
1.38
30.6 116 26.9
8.2
30
2.07
30.9 117 27.6
8.4
40
2.76
29.3 111 23.6
7.2
50
3.45
30.4 115 24.9
7.6
60
4.14
31.4 119 24.9
7.6
20
1.38
34.3 130 28.2
8.6
30
2.07
36.2 137 30.2
9.2
40
2.76
33.8 128 26.9
8.2
50
3.45
35.1 133 28.9
8.8
60
4.14
36.5 138 30.8
9.4
20
1.38
38.6 146 26.2
8.0
30
2.07
40.7 154 28.2
8.6
40
2.76
38.0 144 26.2
8.0
50
3.45
39.1 148 26.9
8.2
60
4.14
40.7 154 28.2
8.6
Meters Feet Meters
0.98
0.3
1.3
0.39
1.64
0.5
1.2
0.36
2.30
0.7
1.4
0.43
2.30
0.7
1.1
0.33
2.30
0.7
1.6
0.50
2.30
0.7
1.2
0.35
2.62
0.8
1.6
0.50
3.28
1.0
1.3
0.39
INJECTORS
MS7PC40
MS7PC31D
Green
0.053
(1.34)
20
30
Feet
CONTROLLERS
MS7PC35
MS7PC26D
Maroon
0.046
(1.17)
Meters
VALVES
MS7PC31
MS7PC20D
White
0.042
(1.07)
lph Feet
The latest generation Micro
Sprinkler PC pressure
compensating sprinkler is
suitable for various applications,
including under tree irrigation,
overhead irrigation, vegetables,
vineyard, orchards and greenhouse
applications. This innovative micro
sprinkler can also be used for
overhead frost protection.
The diverse Micro Sprinkler PC
range delivers a spray pattern that
suits a wide range of crops to meet
growers’ needs.
FILTERS
MS7PC26
MS7PC15D
Lt-Blue
.036
(0.91)
gph
Radius with
Stream Height
Deflector Tab
Diameter
EMISSION
DEVICES
MS7PC15
MS7PC12D
Black
Flow Rate
FITTINGS
MS7PC12
MS7PC9D
Orifice
Pressure
Dia.
Inch
(mm) Psi Bar
HOSE
MS7PC9
With Deflector Nozzle
Tab No.
Color
DRIPLINE
PERFORMANCE CHART
RESOURCES
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MICRO-SPRINKLER ACCESSORIES
STAKES & STAKE ASSEMBLIES
Part Number Description
Part Number Description
3/8”FPT x 4mm Barb Stake Assembly (Black)
for Micro- Sprinkler with Leader Tube & 4mm
Take-Off
Stakes for Foggers
IPS0409
4mm Barbed Fogger Stake - Black
Stakes for Snap-Jets
IPS0400
Clip Stake - Black
IPS0401
Clip Stake - Red
IPS0403
1/4” Barbed Stake x 10-32 UNF (self-tapping threads) for Snap-Jets - Black
IPS0405
Jet Stake suitable for 4mm – 5mm tubing
- Black
24” Length
IPS100430
30” Length
IPS100436
36” Length
IPS100448
48” Length
3/8”FPT x 6mm Barb Stake Assembly (Black)
for Micro- Sprinkler with Leader Tube & 4mm
Take-Off
4mm Barb Stake Assemblies for Snap-Jet
(Black) with Leader Tube & 4mm Take-Off
IPS100624
24” Length
IPS100630
30” Length
IPS040324
24” Length
IPS040330
30” Length
IPS100636
36” Length
IPS040336
36” Length
IPS100648
48” Length
IPS040348
48” Length
Sta-Base for Micro-Sprinkler
Stakes for Micro-Sprinkler
IPS1004
IPS1025
3/8”FPT Clamp & Sta-Base - Black
(Unassembled)
SRP3299
Replacement 3/8”FPT Clamp for Sta-Base
SRP3300
Replacement Base for Sta-Base
3/8”FPT x 4mm or 6mm Barbed Stake - Black
IPS1004-1
3/8”FPT x 4mm or 6mm Barbed Stake - Red
IPS1006
3/8”FPT x 6mm Barbed Stake - Black
IPS1006-1
3/8”FPT x 6mm Barbed Stake - Red
Leader Tube With Take-Off
Leader Tube
4mm ULDPE Leader Tube with 4mm Barbed
Take-Off for 4mm Clip Stake
HWF424
24" Length
4mm ULDPE Leader Tube (0.153" ID x 0.259" OD x 0.053" Wall) for
4mm Clip Stake
SFH0424
24" Length
HWF430
SFH0430
30" Length
30" Length
HWF436
36" Length
4mm LLDPE Leader Tube with 4mm Barbed
Take-Off for 4mm Barb Stake
HWF324
24" Length
SFH0436
36" Length
4mm LLDPE Leader Tube (0.153" ID x 0.279" OD x 0.063" Wall) for
4mm Barb Stake
SFH0324
24" Length
HWF330
30" Length
SFH0330
30" Length
HWF336
36" Length
SFH0336
36" Length
HWF348
48" Length
6mm LLDPE Leader Tube with 6mm Barbed
Take-Off for 6mm Barb Stake
HWF624
24" Length
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IPS100424
HWF630
30" Length
HWF636
36" Length
HWF648
48" Length
SFH0348
48" Length
6mm LLDPE Leader Tube (0.250" ID x 0.346" OD x 0.048" Wall) for
6mm Barb Stake
Toro Micro-Irrigation
SFH0624
24" Length
SFH0630
30" Length
SFH0636
36" Length
SFH0648
48" Length
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SNAP-JET II
DRIPLINE
HOSE
• Improved easy grip snap-fit deflector plate – Facilitates
easy spray pattern change, maintenance and cleaning
• Available in 7 different flow rates – Accommodates varying crop water requirements and soil conditions
maintenance jet for the use in orchards,
vineyards and greenhouses. With a choice of
8 snap-fit spray patterns and 7 flow rates, it
stages and soil types.
• No moving parts makes the Snap Jet II less susceptible to
clogging and general wear and tear
• Advanced heavy duty plastic construction provides maximum
strength and durability, as well as high chemical & UV
resistance
• 10-32 UNF (self tapping thread) connection for leak free
positive fit
• Available with a Jet Stake that maintains spray pattern
alignment with the plant’s stem
SJA 40 A 03 -36 D
D-Barb stake assembly / C-Clip stake hose
Lead Length: 36" (90 cm)
INJECTORS
Understanding Part Numbers
Example: SJA40A03-36D
CONTROLLERS
• Complete assemblies available with: 12” (30cm) clip (IPS0400)
or barb (IPS0403) stake; 24” (60cm), 30” (76cm), or 36” (90cm)
leader tube; 1/4” (4mm) barb coupling
VALVES
easily accommodates various crops, growth
• Color-Coded Nozzles for easy on-site flow rate identification
FILTERS
The Snap-Jet II is a versatile, low
EMISSION
DEVICES
• Available in 8 different spray patterns – Ensures precise
water placement for efficiency and water conservation;
easily adaptable to various crop growth stages and site
conditions
FITTINGS
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Last 2 digits of stake part number (03 = IPS0403)
Prefix to represent Snap-Jet assembly
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Splash Plate pattern letter
Orifice size of Jet Body (40 = .040" diameter )
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PERFORMANCE CHART
Nozzle
Model
Size /
Color
SSJ30x
30
Black
SSJ35x
35
Orange
SSJ40x
40
Blue
SSJ45x
45
Purple
SSJ50x
50
Green
SSJ55x
55
Yellow
SSJ60x
60
Red
A
B
C
D
E
F
H
J
Small Full
Circle
360° x 16
streams
Large Full
Circle
360° x 16
streams
Hi-Lo Full
Circle
360° x 16
streams
Hi-Lo Part
Circle
330° x 11
streams
Half Circle
180° x 9
streams
Deflector
360° solid
Hi-Lo
Butterfly
2 x 120° 10
streams
Solid
Butterfly
2 x 120°
solid
Std
Ft.
7.8
9.5
11.0
12.3
13.5
8.1
10.0
11.5
12.9
14.1
8.5
10.4
12.0
13.4
14.7
8.8
10.8
12.5
14.0
15.3
9.2
11.3
13.0
14.5
15.9
9.5
11.7
13.5
15.1
16.5
9.9
12.1
14.0
15.7
17.1
Std
Ft.
8.8
10.8
12.5
14.0
15.3
9.9
12.1
14.0
15.7
17.1
11.0
13.4
15.5
17.3
19.0
12.0
14.7
17.0
19.0
20.8
13.1
16.0
18.5
20.7
22.7
14.1
17.3
20.0
22.4
24.5
15.2
18.6
21.5
24.0
26.3
Std
Ft.
3.5
4.3
5.0
5.6
6.1
4.2
5.2
6.0
6.7
7.3
4.9
6.1
7.0
7.8
8.6
5.3
6.5
7.5
8.4
9.2
5.7
6.9
8.0
8.9
9.8
6.0
7.4
8.5
9.5
10.4
6.4
7.8
9.0
10.1
11.0
Down
Inch
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
Hi
Ft.
11.3
13.7
13.0
11.5
10.8
11.3
13.0
14.0
13.3
11.3
14.8
18.7
19.7
22.0
22.0
12.7
16.0
18.0
20.0
22.3
17.0
21.0
23.3
25.3
27.0
19.7
22.7
25.3
29.3
32.0
19.0
22.7
26.7
31.3
32.7
Flat
W x L Ft.
6.7
9.1
6.5
8.9
5.2
9.2
4.7
9.6
4.7 10.2
6.5
8.9
5.2 10.3
5.0 10.8
4.7 11.1
4.7 12.5
7.0
9.4
4.7 10.5
4.5 11.6
4.7 11.7
4.8 12.1
6.0
9.1
4.0 11.1
4.0 11.9
4.2 11.9
4.3 11.6
5.0
9.7
4.7 11.0
4.8 11.3
5.0 12.2
5.0 12.4
5.0
9.2
5.7 10.0
6.2 10.8
6.5 11.1
6.5 11.4
4.7 10.0
4.8 10.8
5.3 11.3
5.3 11.6
5.8 12.2
24°
18°
13°
0°
Flow Rate
High
Standard
Low
Flat
Pressure
Spray Patterns:
Jet Trajectory: -
psi
gph
10
15
20
25
30
10
15
20
25
30
10
15
20
25
30
10
15
20
25
30
10
15
20
25
30
10
15
20
25
30
10
15
20
25
30
4.2
5.2
6.0
6.7
7.3
5.9
7.3
8.4
9.4
10.3
7.6
9.3
10.7
12.0
13.1
10.0
12.2
14.1
15.8
17.3
11.8
14.5
16.7
18.7
20.5
14.5
17.8
20.5
22.9
25.1
17.0
20.8
24.0
26.8
29.4
Std
Ft.
5.7
6.9
8.0
8.9
9.8
6.4
7.8
9.0
10.1
11.0
7.1
8.7
10.0
11.2
12.2
7.4
9.1
10.5
11.7
12.9
7.8
9.5
11.0
12.3
13.5
8.1
10.0
11.5
12.9
14.1
8.1
10.0
11.5
12.9
14.1
Flat
Ft.
7.8
9.5
11.0
12.3
13.5
8.5
10.4
12.0
13.4
14.7
9.2
11.3
13.0
14.5
15.9
9.9
12.1
14.0
15.7
17.1
10.6
13.0
15.0
16.8
18.4
11.0
13.4
15.5
17.3
19.0
11.3
13.9
16.0
17.9
19.6
Hi
Ft.
7.8
9.5
11.0
12.3
13.5
9.5
11.7
13.5
15.1
16.5
13.3
13.9
16.0
17.9
19.6
13.1
16.0
18.5
20.7
22.7
13.8
16.9
19.5
21.8
23.9
14.5
17.8
20.5
22.9
25.1
15.2
18.6
21.5
24.0
26.3
Lo
Ft.
9.9
12.1
14.0
15.7
17.1
12.7
15.6
18.0
20.1
22.0
15.2
18.6
21.5
24.0
26.3
16.6
20.4
23.5
26.3
28.8
17.7
21.7
25.0
28.0
30.6
18.4
22.5
26.0
29.1
31.8
18.7
23.0
26.5
29.6
32.5
SP E C I FI C AT I O NS
SSJ30x
SSJ35x
SSJ40x
SSJ45x
SSJ50x
SSJ55x
SSJ60x
gph
Nominal Flow Rates (Q)
6.0
8.4
10.7
14.1
16.7
20.5
24.0
lph
22.71
31.80
40.50
53.37
63.22
77.60
90.85
Recommended Pressure Range (P)
psi
0.5 to 30psi
bar
0.3 to 2 bar
Flow Exponent (x)
0.5
Coefficient of variation (Cv)
5%
Recommended Filtration Requirement
76
Mesh
140
120
120
100
100
80
70
Micron
105
125
125
150
150
177
210
Toro Micro-Irrigation
Lo
Ft.
12.0
14.3
14.0
14.0
14.8
13.0
13.3
14.7
16.0
17.0
15.3
18.7
21.0
22.3
22.7
14.0
16.7
19.0
21.0
23.0
18.0
22.7
24.7
27.7
29.0
21.0
25.0
27.7
31.3
32.7
21.3
28.0
30.3
33.3
34.0
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POT SPRAY STAKES
• Sets proper height of stake in pot
• The unique positioning arrow ensures that water sprays
toward the plant
DRIPLINE
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• Acts as an edge of pot locator
• Spray pattern works well from low to high water pressures
and are available in 5.6 gph (21.2 lph), 10.5 gph (39.7 lph)
and 16.0 gph (60.6 lph)
HOSE
• 160° low angle spray pattern designed for round pots to
reduce overspray
• Side arm shut-off with ring to give a watertight seal and
keep dirt out of tubing
• 2 step threaded inlet easily accommodates most popular PE
and vinyl sizes
• With wide ribs and steps, the pot stake stays where you put it
• Traditional shut off stake end
• Made with durable U.V. inhibited resins
INSTALLATION TIPS
EMISSION
DEVICES
Give every container in your nursery a consistent
spray pattern and flow with the ONLY pot stake
that acts like a jet.
FITTINGS
• Steep angle threads to easily lock tubing onto stake
• Use PEVA micro-distribution hose EVR0332-250
2 step inlet
Shut-off arm
• Punch the lateral (use Blue Stripe Poly hose) with a 0.125 (4
mm) ID Hose punch. Insert the micro-hose directly into the
lateral.
Part #
Description
IPS03BK
5.6 gph (21.2 lph) @ 20 psi (1.4 bar) 0.03" Orifice - Black
IPS03BL
10.5 gph (39.7 lph) @ 20 psi (1.4 bar) 0.04" Orifice - Blue
IPS03GR
16.0 gph (60.6 lph) @ 20 psi (1.4 bar) 0.05" Orifice - Green
VALVES
Positisioning arrow
FILTERS
• Directly insert the micro-hose into the Pot Sprayer stake
by pushing and twisting. Cut the micro-hose to length
desired at 45 degrees.
CONTROLLERS
INJECTORS
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RESOURCES
Part Number: EVR0332-250
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TOOLS & ACCESSORIES
HOSE ACCESSORIES
LEADER TUBE WITH TAKE-OFF
FWA01
Stainless Steel Wire Tie, 18 Gauge, 6" Long
4mm ULDPE Leader Tube with 4mm Barbed
Take-Off for 4mm Clip Stake
HWF424
24" Length
FWA02
Galvanized Steel Wire Tie, 18 Gauge, 6" Long
HWF430
FWA03
Stanless Steel Wire Tie, 18 Gauge, 7" Long
FWA04
Stainless Steel Wire Tie, 18 Gauge, 8" Long
FWA05
Galvanized Steel Wire Tie, 16 Gauge, 10" Long
HWF436
36" Length
4mm LLDPE Leader Tube with 4mm Barbed
Take-Off for 4mm Barb Stake
HWF324
24" Length
FMH08-1
Wire Tie Handle
Wire Ties & Wire Tie Handle
Worm Gear Clamps
Clamp1.5 1.5" Worm Gear Clamp, Stainless Steel
30" Length
HWF330
30" Length
HWF336
36" Length
HWF348
48" Length
6mm LLDPE Leader Tube with 6mm Barbed
Take-Off for 6mm Barb Stake
HWF624
24" Length
Clamp2
2" Worm Gear Clamp, Stainless Steel
Clamp3
3" Worm Gear Clamp, Stainless Steel
Clamp4
4" Worm Gear Clamp, Stainless Steel
HWF630
30" Length
Clamp6
6" Worm Gear Clamp, Stainless Steel
HWF636
36" Length
Clamp8
8" Worm Gear Clamp, Stainless Steel
HWF648
48" Length
Oetiker 1-Ear Clamps & Tool
WFL0040 (198R) Nominal Size 3/4", Closed .618", Open .779"
LEADER TUBE
4mm ULDPE Leader Tube (0.153" ID x 0.259" OD x 0.053"
Wall) for 4mm Clip Stake
SFH0424
24" Length
WFL0042 (210R) Nominal Size 13/16", Closed .716", Open .827"
WFL0043 (256R) Nominal Size 1", Closed .898, Open .1.008"
WFL0044 (316R) Nominal Size 1 1/4", Closed 1.122", Open 1.244"
SFH0430
SFH0436
36" Length
4mm LLDPE Leader Tube (0.153" ID x 0.279" OD x 0.063"
Wall) for 4mm Barb Stake
SFH0324
24" Length
WFL0045 (1098) Straight Jaw Pliers
Hose Punches
Hose Punch to insert 4mm Barb Fitting, Stainless Steel
SFH0330
30" Length
FMP08
Hose Punch to insert 4mm Barb Fitting, Plastic / Steel
SFH0336
36" Length
FHP16
Oval Hose Punch, Steel
ADAPTORS & ACCESSORIES
SFH0348
48" Length
6mm LLDPE Leader Tube (0.250" ID x 0.346" OD x 0.048"
Wall) for 6mm Barb Stake
SFH0624
24" Length
Adaptors
SFH0630
30" Length
36" Length
48" Length
FMP16
IPU1003
10-24 UNF x 3/8"MPT Reducing Adaptor
SFH0636
IPU1510-1
3/8"FPT x 1/2"MPT Reducing Adaptor
SFH0648
IPG10091
3/8"FPT x 4mm Barb Adaptor with 5mm Stake
Insert
GPP04
Air Chuck Adapter
GPM0100
0-100 PSI Pressure Gauge, 1/4" MPT
Gauges
Note: F
or Layflat Cutters, Layflat T-Handle
Hex Tool, and 400 Series Barb Tool,
see Pro-Loc Fittings.
Groove Connectors
ZCP9531-03 3" Grooved Connector
ZCP9531-04 4" Grooved Connector
78
30" Length
Toro Micro-Irrigation
Filters
AQUA-CLEAR™
FIBERGLASS SAND FILTERS
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• One-piece, fiberglass reinforced tank with a
UV-resistant coating for years of dependable, corrosionresistant service
• 75 psi pressure rating on all tank sizes
• Can be installed as a single or multiple tank system
• Proven internal design ensures that all water receives
thorough filtration
• Highly efficient backwash ensures long run times between
backwashing cycles, saving labor, water and fertilizer
• Wide opening at the top of the filter allows easy access to
sand bed
• Uses #20 crushed silica sand as media for 200
mesh filtration
• See operating manual for instructions on assembly & operation
Designed for drip irrigation systems operating up
to 75 psi and 400 gpm, the Aqua-Clear fiberglass
sand media filter is ideal for small to medium
sized fields. Corrosion-resistant and lightweight
fiberglass construction enables a quick and easy
set up without the need for heavy equipment.
And the automatic or manual valves enable easy
backflushing when the filter gets dirty.
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AQUA-CLEAR™ AUTOMATION
FIBERGLASS SAND FILTERS
DRIPLINE
HOSE
FITTINGS
Automating Toro Aqua-Clear filters is
easy with a backwash controller and
hydraulic backwash valves. For ideal
operation, Toro recommends a 2 or 3
tank system with a Filtron Controller
and 350 Series Valves. Use the
following charts to help select the right
combination of products for you. More
information on automated operation is
available in the Aqua-Clear manual, on
toro.com.
EMISSION
DEVICES
INJECTORS
Technical Specifications
Displacement Volume: 0.04 gallon; 0.13 liter
Operating Pressure: 10-145 psi; 0.7-10 bar
End Connections: Grooved
Flow Pattern: Straight Flow
CONTROLLERS
350 Series Valves are user-friendly, compact,
hydraulically operated, and diaphragm actuated.
VALVES
Technical Specifications
Flushing Cycles: Triggered by time or pressure differential
DC Power Source: 4 “D” size batteries
DC Output: 12v DC latching solenoids
AC Power Source: 220 or 110 v AC 50 or 60 Hz
with built in transformer to 24v AC
AC Output: 24v AC solenoids
FILTERS
FILTERS
Filtron Back-flushing Controller is available in AC or DC
models and can handle up to 10 automated filters.
RESOURCES
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Aqua-Clear™
Fiberglass Sand Filters
S IZIN G R E C O MME NDAT I O NS †
Flow (gpm)
50
75
100 † 125
Sizing
Recommendations
Flow (lps)
3
5 50
Flow (gpm)
Filter
Quantity
x
2 x 18”
Filter
Quantity
x
Tank Size Tank Size
†
6
75
150
175
200
225
250
275
300
325
350
375
400
8
9 12511 150
13 175
14 200
16 225
17 250
19
21
22
100
275
300 24
325 25350 375 400
2 x 24”
3 x 24”
2 x 18"
2 x 24"
3 x 24"
3 x 30”
3 x 36”
3 x 30"
3 x 36"
† This
tableshows
shows the
recommendations
for moderately
dirty water. Always
size the filter
station
forthe
waterfilter
flowstation
at the maximum
cropflow
demand
This
table
thefilter
filter
recommendations
for moderately
dirty water.
Always
size
for water
at and
thethe
maximum crop
time ofand
year when
the water
sourcewhen
is the most
dirty. source is the most dirty.
demand
the time
of year
the water
in theconsider
irrigation
season,
consider
the next size filter system.
If your
source
is heavily
contaminated
at in
some
point season,
If yourwater
water source
is heavily
contaminated
at some point
the irrigation
selecting
the next
larger sizeselecting
filter system.
AUTOMAT E DFilter
F I LT E
R SYST E MS
Automated
Systems
SolenoidPartPart
Number
Number
Solenoid
Type
18”
Tank
18"
Tank
Type
2x Filter System
2x Filter System
1x Filter Expansion*
1x Filter Expansion*
DCL
DCL
AC
AC
DCL
DCL
AC
AC
24” Tank
24" Tank 30” Tank
36” Tank
30" Tank
36" Tank
ACS-218-12VDCL
ACS-218-24VAC
ACS-218-24VAC
ACS-218-12VDCL
ACS-224-12VDCL
ACS-230-12VDCL
ACS-236-12VDCL
ACS-224-12VDCL ACS-230-12VDCL ACS-236-12VDCL
ACS-224-24VAC
ACS-230-24VAC
ACS-236-24VAC
ACX-118-12VDCL
ACX-118-12VDCL
ACX-118-24VAC
ACS-224-24VAC
ACS-230-24VAC
ACS-236-24VAC
ACX-118-24VAC
ACX-124-12VDCL
ACX-130-12VDCL
ACX-136-12VDCL
ACX-124-12VDCL
ACX-130-12VDCL
ACX-136-12VDCL
ACX-124-24VAC
ACX-130-24VAC
ACX-136-24VAC
ACX-124-24VAC
ACX-130-24VAC
ACX-136-24VAC
numbers above
include
filter,filter,
valves,valves,
air ventsair
andvents
controller.
PartPart
numbers
above
include
and controller.
PVCpipe
pipe and
and fittings
for for
the manifolds
to be sourced
details
in Operations
the manifolds
to belocally;
sourced
locally;
detailsManual.
in Operations Manual.
PVC
fittings
*The1x1xExpansion
Expansion adds
oneone
filterfilter
to an existing
complete filter
system filter
of 2 orsystem
more filters.
For a 3-filter
with For
30” tanks
and ansystem
AC
*The
adds
to an existing
complete
of 2Fororexample:
more filters.
For system
example:
a 3-filter
with 30" tanks and
order one
unit ofone
ACS-230-24VAC
and one unit of ACX-130-24VAC.
an solenoid,
AC solenoid,
order
unit of ACS-230-24VAC
and one unit of ACX-130-24VAC.
S PE CIFIC AT I O NS:
Filter Specifications
Filtration
Minimum
Maximum Flow Rate (gpm)
Gravel
Sand Required Sand
Minimum
Maximum
Flow Rate (gpm)
Gravel
Backflush
Backflush
Required
Required
(lbs.)
(lbs.)
Filter
2 Filter
(lbs.)*
Flow (gpm) (gpm)
11 Filter
2 Filter3 Filter 3 Filter
(lbs)
Filtration
Part
Part Number
Tank Size
Area
Tank
Size
Area
Number
(sq.
ft.)
(sq. ft.)
AC-40
AC-40
18"18 in.
1.92
1.92
38
38
AC-60
AC-60
24"24 in.
3.14
3.14
62
62
AC-100
AC-100
30"30 in.
4.91
4.91
74
74
AC-140
AC-140
36"36 in.
7.06
7.06
106
106
75 75
120 120
110
110 29
29 50
50 125
125
175
175 47
50 275
275
150 150
160 160
275
275 74
47 50
74 150
150450
450
400
400106
106275
275650
650
* Gravel isisnot
required
for these
operatorssome
preferoperators
to use it. If gravel
is not
quantityis ofnot
sandused,
instead.
* Gravel
not
required
for filters,
thesealthough
filters,some
although
prefer
toused,
use add
it. Ifthis
gravel
add this quantity of sand instead.
DIM E N S IO NS:
MODEL
A DIM.
B DIM.
C DIM.
D DIM.
AC-40
30-1⁄2 in.
19-1⁄2 in.
10-3⁄4 in.
40 in.
A 35-1⁄2
DIM.in.
24-1⁄2 in.
B DIM.
Filter Dimensions
Part
AC-60
Number
AC-100
39-3⁄4 in.
13-5⁄8 in. D DIM.
45 in.
C DIM.
30-1⁄2 in.
16-1⁄4 in.
50 in.
1
30⁄2 "in.
45-1⁄4
3
10-18-3⁄4
⁄4" in.
AC-60
35-1⁄2 "
1
19-36-1⁄2
⁄2 " in.
AC-100
39- ⁄4"
30- ⁄2 "
16- ⁄4"
50
AC-140
45-1⁄4"
36-1⁄2 "
18-3⁄4"
55
AC-40
AC-140
3
Vertical Clearance Required
24-1⁄2 "
1
13-5⁄8"
1
4055 in.
45
DA
7-1⁄2"
C
B
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Micro-Irrigation Business
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HOSE
FITTINGS
EMISSION
DEVICES
FILTERS
FILTERS
VALVES
CONTROLLERS
INJECTORS
RESOURCES
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2" & 3" PLASTIC DISC FILTERS
Two
downstream
exit ports
female threads for
pressure gauges
Strong
Body
& Cap
construction
O-ring
Nut-ring
Large Body Filter
Small Body Filter
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Body constructed of glass reinforced Nylon.
Provides durability/reliability that will extend product life.
Two downstream exit ports
Filter can be installed in an angle or globe configuration, reducing
the need to re-do piping.
The 2” & 3” Plastic Disc Filters are designed
for use as a primary or secondary filter, can be
installed upright or downward, and is an ideal
filter for water containing high amounts of
organic or inorganic matter.
Specially designed disc rings (XD Models)
Provides greater surface area resulting in a longer time between
cleanings, less filter maintenance and extended product life.
O-ring between cover and body
Prevents leakage.
Easy to tighten Ring-Nut
Saves time and provides a tight seal.
Pre-molded threaded holes for pressure gauges
Location to install pressure gauges to read up and downstream pressures.
FLOW R ATE
Head Loss Chart - SD Filters
Flow Rate (m3/h)
7
11
16
20
25
30
34
39
43
48
52
Pressure Loss (psi)
5
0.34
2"
4
3" Compact
3
0.28
0.21
3"
2
0.14
1
0.07
0
10
84
0.48
Pressure Loss (bar)
6
2
30
50
70
90
110 130 150
Flow Rate (gpm)
170
190
210
0.00
230
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Part #
DRIPLINE
PA RT N UMB E R S & S P E CI F I CAT I O NS
s
2” Long Body Filter
3” Short Body Filter
IT-ABF50xx-3SN
IT-ABF50xx-3SLN
IT-ABF75xx-3SSN
IT-ABF75xx-3SN
SD Filtration Area
186 in2 (1,200 cm2)
310 in2 (2,000 cm2)
186 in2 (1,200 cm2)
310 in2 (2,000 cm2)
Maximum Flow Rate
110 gpm (25 m3/h)
110 gpm (25 m3/h)
170 gpm (32 m3/h)
220 gpm (50 m3/h)
Maximum Pressure
3” Long Body Filter
145 psi (10 bars)
2 in. ( 50 mm)
2 in. ( 50 mm)
3 in. (76 mm)
3 in. (76 mm)
Height
18.5 in. (470 mm)
30.9 in. (785 mm)
18.5 in. (470 mm)
30.9 in. (785 mm)
Width
10.8 in. (274 mm)
12.6 in. (320 mm)
10.8 in. (274 mm)
12.6 in. (320 mm)
Weight
14.1 lbs (6.4 kgs)
14.8 lbs (6.7 kgs)
15.0 lbs (6.8 kgs)
18.1 lbs ( 8.2 kgs)
Note: To order, insert required mesh size in place of xx in Part number: 120 mesh = 12; 150 mesh = 15; 200 mesh = 20
FITTINGS
Connection Size
HOSE
2” Short Body Filter
SD Filter Part Number (NPT Thread)
Disc Ring Color
Mesh
Micron
Blue
120
125
Red
150
100
Brown
200
75
XD
SD
•
•
•
EMISSION
DEVICES
Color
FILTERS
FILTERS
DISC CHARACTERISTICS
• Narrowing, cross-hatched grooves trap particles and
debris between and on the outside of the disc rings:
• The standard disc rings press together and utilize
the crosshatched groove design, allowing only clean
water to flow through.
INJECTORS
• Available in 120 and 150 mesh.
CONTROLLERS
– Each side of the standard disc ring has opposite
running tapered grooves, thereby creating an interweaving labyrinth among the discs.
VALVES
SD Disc Rings
RESOURCES
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F-SERIES PLASTIC FILTER
F E AT UR E S & BE N E F IT S
• Plastic Y filters are available in a 3/4”, 1” and 11/2” NPT
• Constructed of the highest quality plastics for durability and
corrosion resistance
• Available in Plastic Disc and Stainless-Steel Screen
• 3/4” & 1” screen filters are available in small and large size bodies
• Easy element access for trouble-free maintenance
• 1/2” male thread outlet w/cap for quick flush cleaning
• Working pressure range 5 to 142 psi (at 73° F). Important:
Filter is not recommended for constant pressure
installations
• Flow rate 5 to 80 gpm
• Body and cap constructed of nylon
• Locking ring constructed of glass reinforced nylon
• Element sealing guide
• O-ring constructed of Buna-N
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 bodies. Small
body filters are ideal for tight installations and
large body filters provide a larger filtration
area. All these features make these filters
ideal for agricultural, greenhouse and nursery
applications.
DIME N SIO N S ( IN CHE S)
Model
A B C
ALFD75150-L9.00 7.32 4.29
ALFD10150-L9.00 7.32 4.29
ALFD15150-L9.00 7.60 4.29
ALFS75150-S5.67 5.51 3.07
ALFS75150-L9.00 7.32 4.29
ALFS10150-S5.67 5.79 3.07
ALFS10150-L9.00 7.32 4.29
ALFS15150-L9.00 7.60 4.29
R E P L ACE ME N T O -R IN G
Part Number
1KLF2
1KLG1
Body Size Small Body
Large Body
“F” SE R I E S Y-FILT E RS
"F" Series Y-Filters
Pressure Loss (psi)
MO DE L S WIT H SIZ E S ( MA L E N P T )
Headloss chart
12
A
10
B
1
2
C
8
D
6
4
3
4
2
ALFS75150-S
Model
ALFD75150-L
ALFS75150-L
ALFS10150-S
ALFD10150-L
ALFD75150-L
ALFS10150-L
ALFD10150-L
ALFD15150-L
ALFD15150-L
ALFS15150-L
Size
Maximum
Flow Rate
¾”
Element
Mesh
Body Size
25 gpm
Disc
150
Large body
1”
35 gpm
Disc
150
Large body
1½”
80 gpm
Disc
150
Large body
Small body
Disc Filters
0
Screen Filters
15
1
2
D
3
4
A
70
80
C
30
40
55
Flow Rate (gpm)
ALFS75150-S
ALFD75150-L
ALFS75150-L
ALFS10150-S
ALFD10150-L
ALFS10150-L
ALFD15150-L
ALFS15150-L
80
SCREEN
DISC
Flow Direction
A
ALFS75150-S
¾”
18 gpm
Screen
150
ALFS75150-L
¾”
25 gpm
Screen
150
Large body
ALFS10150-S
1”
25 gpm
Screen
150
Small body
ALFS10150-L
1”
35 gpm
Screen
150
Large body
ALFS15150-L
1½”
80 gpm
Screen
150
Large body
Mesh
Body Size
Disc
150
Large body
Screen
150
Small body
Screen
150
Large body
Model
A
Size
Element
A
Replacement Element
B
B
C
86
70
AMP0004-4F
B
C
B
¾”, 1” and 1½”
AMP0004-1S
¾” and 1”
AMP0004-2F
¾”, 1” and 1½”
Toro Micro-Irrigation
C
Valves
100 SERIES PLUS VALVES
FE ATUR E S & B E N E FITS
Tough, glass-reinforced nylon, stainless steel and brass
construction
Withstands high temperatures and system surges under pressure
for long-term reliability
220 psi pressure rating
Prevents water hammer and system damage in high-pressure
installations
Internal and external bleed (flush mode)
Manual operation
Externally removable self-cleaning metering system
Irritrol®
The
100 Series (Century PLUS) is an
excellent example of a good valve getting
better. Offered in a globe/angle configuration
with sizes ranging from one to three inches, the
100 Series features a pressure range of 10220 psi, optional modular pressure regulation,
stainless steel metering, internal and external
bleed, a nylon-reinforced Buna-N doublebeaded diaphragm and an anti-contamination
design for dirty water applications (available on
all 102 Models).
Provides consistent performance in recycled-water applications
Accepts OmniReg® modular pressure regulator
Ensures consistent performance
102 Anti-Contamination Models
150-mesh external control water filter and three-way solenoid
Provides non-continuous metering for recycled water applications
Selectable normally open or normally closed mode (factory
set at normally closed)
Provides flexibility
Control water filter
Allows easy external service
O P E R AT IN G SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
• Flow range: 5-300 GPM
• Pressure range: 10-220 psi; 10-100 psi (102 models)
FRICTI O N LOSS DATA – P S I
Flow Rate - GPM
MODEL
A-100P1
A-102P1
SIZE
1”
Flow Rate - GPM
MODEL
A-100P1.5
A-102P1.5
SIZE
1 1/2”
Flow Rate - GPM
MODEL
A-100P2
A-102P2
SIZE
2”
Flow Rate - GPM
MODEL
A-100P3/
A-102P3
SIZE
3”
GLOBE
ANGLE
5
10
20
E L E CT R ICA L SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
30
40
50
G
6.30 4.20 3.20 4.10 7.20 10.90
A
6.30 4.20 3.10 2.70 4.80 7.90
GLOBE
ANGLE
30
40
50
60
70
80
• Solenoid: 24 V ac
• Inrush volt-amp: 24 V ac-9.6 VA
• Inrush current: .4 amp (102 models: .48 amp)
• Holding volt-amp: 24 V ac-4.8 VA
• Holding current: .2 amp (102 models: .24 amp)
90
100 110
G
1.60 2.30 3.60 5.20 7.00 9.20 11.70 14.40 17.50
A
1.30 1.60 2.80 4.00 5.50 7.10 9.00 11.00 13.30
GLOBE
ANGLE
80
90
100 110 120 130 140 150 175
G
2.10 2.70 3.30 4.00 4.80 5.60 6.50 7.50 8.60
A
1.20 1.60 2.00 2.40 2.80 3.30 3.90 4.40 5.00
GLOBE
ANGLE
150 175 200 225 250 275 300
G
2.50 3.00 4.10 5.30 6.70 8.30 10.10
A
1.90 2.40 3.30 4.30 5.50 6.90 8.50
Notes: Pressure loss data are derived from valves independently tested by CIT, Fresno, CA.
Note: D
C latching solenoid is not compatible with
102 anti-contamination models
MO DE L S
Model
Description
A-100P1
A-100P1.5
A-100P2
A-100P3
A-102P1
A-102P1.5
A-102P2
A-102P3
1” internal bleed, flow control
1½” internal bleed, flow control
2” internal bleed, flow control
3” internal bleed, flow control
1” anti-contamination filter
1½” anti-contamination filter
2” anti-contamination filter
3” anti-contamination filter
O P T IO N A L ACCE SSO R IE S
• DC latching solenoid (A-DCL) Note: Maximum pressure for a valve that utilizes
latching solenoid is 120 psi.
• Weatherproof gauge (SPK-100)
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Toro Micro-Irrigation
100 Series Plus
Globe Angle Valves
Electrical Specifications
• Available in downstream sensing in
pressure
lossmust
chartbe
—15
mini• on
Inlet
pressure
psi
mum
gpm
(0,9 than
l/s) recom(1,0315
bar)
greater
desired
mended
for 103 and 213 models
outlet pressure
Globe
Angle
Size
1"
DS
Model
Size
Solenoid
Pressure
Regulating
A-102P1
1"
yes
Downstream Sensing
A-102P1.5
1.5" 0–100psi yes
213P1-100DS
1"
no
A-102P2
2"
yes
213P1.5-100DS 1.5"
no
A-102P3
3"
yes
213P2-100DS
2"
no
Pressure
DownstreamRegulating
Sensing 0–30psi
213P1-30DS Sensing
1" 0–100psi
Downstream
213P1.5-30DS 1.5"
213P1-100DS
1"
2"
213P2-30DS
213P1.5-100DS
1.5"
213P2-100DS
2"
no
no
no
no
no
no
Downstream Sensing 0–30psi
213P1-30DS
1"
213P1.5-30DS 1.5"
213P2-30DS
2"
no
no
no
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 175 200 225 250 275 300
4.2 3.2 4.1 7.2 10.9
4.2 3.1 2.7 4.8 7.9 Flow Rate (GPM)
140 150 175 200 225 250 275 300
6.5 7.5
3.9 4.4
3.9 4.4
RESOURCES
The Toro Company
Micro-Irrigation Business
1588 N. Marshall Avenue, El Cajon, CA 92020-1523, USA
Tel: +1 (800) 333-8125 or +1 (619) 562-2950
Fax: +1 (800) 892-1822 or +1 (619) 258-9973
The Toro Company
Micro-Irrigation Business
1588 N. Marshall Avenue, El Cajon, CA 92020-1523, USA
ALT011
02/10
Tel:
+1 (800)
333-8125 or +1 (619) 562-2950
Fax: +1 (800) 892-1822 or +1 (619) 258-9973
2.4 3.3 4.3 5.5 6.9 8.5
INJECTORS
When designing a system, the industry standard for flow rate velocity through pipes and fittings is 5 Fps (2m/s).
Pressure loss data is derived from valves independently tested by C.I.T., Fresno, CA.
Hydraulic actuated valves vented to atmosphere will show lower pressure loss figures at low flows (HVC-Kit).
Pressure regulating valves must operate in the recommended flow ranges – For the best pressure regulation the valves should
be sized at the upper end of the flow range. ex: for 100 gpm the 11/2" valve should be specified instead of the 2" valve.
3.0 4.1 5.3 6.7 8.3 10.1
CONTROLLERS
2.5 3.0 4.1 5.3 6.7 8.3 10.1
6.5 7.5
1.9 2.4 3.3 4.3 5.5 6.9 8.5
(2) Pressure loss data is derived from valves independently tested by C.I.T., Fresno, CA.
A-100P3/A-102P3
Globe
2.5
(3) Hydraulic actuated valves vented to atmosphere will show lower pressure loss figures at low flows (HVC-Kit).
213P3-100DS
3"
(4) Pressure regulating valves must operate in the recommended flow ranges – For the best pressure regulation the valves should
1.9
213P3-30DSbe sized at the Angle
upper end of the flow range. ex: for 100 gpm the 11/2" valve should be specified instead of the 2" valve.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
DS
Flow Rate (GPM)
Style Size 10 20 30
90 100
Globe
1.6 40
2.3 50
3.6 60
5.2 70
7.0 80
9.2 11.7
14.4 110
17.5 120 130
1 1/2"
Globe
4.2 3.2 4.1
Angle
1.3 7.2
1.6 10.9
2.8 4.0 5.5 7.1 9.0 11.0 13.3
1"
Angle
4.2
3.1
2.7
4.8
7.9
213P1-30DS
A-100P2/A-102P2
Globe
2.1 2.7 3.3 4.0 4.8 5.6
213P2-100DS
2"
A-100P1.5/A-102P1.5
Globe
1.6
2.3
3.6
5.2
7.0
9.2
Angle 1 1/2"
1.2 11.7
1.6 14.4
2.0 17.5
2.4 2.8 3.3
213P2-30DS
213P1.5-100DS
Angle
1.3
1.6
2.8
4.0
5.5
7.1
9.0
11.0
13.3
213P1.5-30DS
A-100P3/A-102P3
Globe
213P3-100DS
3"
A-100P2/A-102P2
Globe
2.1 2.7 3.3 4.0 4.8 5.6
Angle
213P3-30DS
213P2-100DS
2"
Angle
1.2 1.6 2.0 2.4 2.8 3.3
213P2-30DS
NOTES:
(1) When designing a system, the industry standard for flow rate velocity through pipes and fittings is 5 Fps (2m/s).
NOTES:
-LS
Solenoid
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
Solenoid
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
yes
no
no
no
Solenoid
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
VALVES
Style
A-100P1/A-102P1
213P1-100DS
213P1-30DS
Model
A-100P1.5/A-102P1.5
213P1.5-100DS
A-100P1/A-102P1
213P1.5-30DS
213P1-100DS
Size
A-100P1
1"
How
To Order:
A-100P1.5
A-100P 1.5"
1
A-100P2
2"
A-100P3
3"
A-100P1-LS
1"
Model
Size
A-100P1.5LS
1.5"
A-100P1
1"
A-100P2-LS
2"
A-100P1.5
1.5"
A-100P3-LS
3"
A-100P2
2"
A-100P3
3"
A-102P 1"1
A-100P1-LS
A-100P1.5LS
1.5"
A-100P2-LS
2"
Model
Size
A-100P3-LS
3"
A-102P1
1"
A-102P1.5
A-102P 1.5"
1
A-102P2
2"
A-102P3
3"
Pressure Loss
PSI
Pressure
Loss PSI
Model
Example:
Model
FILTERS
• Inlet pressure must be 15 psi
(1,03 bar) greater than desired
outlet pressure
• DC latching solenoid
(E2002)
-LS
EMISSION
DEVICES
pressure
A-100P 1
FITTINGS
• All flow ranges must be within
in-valve
sensing;
within
• [for
All
flow
ranges
must
be
within
recommended
range
indicated
on +/pressure
lossbar)
chart
—
minimum
15
1recommended
psi (0,07
for
downrange indicated
gpm
(0,9 l
/s)
recommended
for
103
stream
sensing]
on
pressure
loss chart — miniand 213 models
mum
15
gpm
(0,9
l/s) within
recom••All
flow
ranges
must
Inlet
pressure
must
be 15be
psi (1,03
mended
forthan
103
and indicated
213
bar) greater
desired
outletmodels
recommended
range
• Inrush volt-amp:
Electrical
Specifications
E L24
E CTVAC-11.50
R ICA L SP E CIF
VA ICAT IO N S
•
Solenoid:
24
VAC
• Solenoid: 24 VAC
• Inrush current: .4 amp
• I nrush volt-amp:
• Inrush
volt-amp:
(102
models:
24
VAC-11.50
VA .48 amp)
24 VAC-11.50 VA
••Inrush
current:
.4 amp
Holding
volt-amp:
.48 amp)
• (102
Inrush
current:
24 models:
VAC-5.75
VA.4 amp
• H(102
olding models:
volt-amp: .48 amp)
VAC-5.75current:
VA
•24Holding
.2 amp
•
Holding
volt-amp:
(102 current:
models:.2 .24
• H olding
amp amp)
(102
models: .24 amp)
24 VAC-5.75
VA
Optional Accessories
• Holding current: .2 amp
O
T I O Nmodels:
A L ACCE
SSO
IE Skit
conversion
•P(102
Hydraulic
.24 Ramp)
•Hydraulic
conversion kit
(HVC-Kit)
(HVC-Kit) Accessories
Optional
Reclaimed
water
••Reclaimed
water
kit kit
conversion
kit
• (RW60-Kit)
Hydraulic
(RW60-Kit)
(HVC-Kit)
• DC latching solenoid
• DC latching solenoid
(A-DCL)
• Reclaimed
(E2002) water kit
(RW60-Kit)
Globe Angle Valves
How To Order:
HOSE
•• Available
in downstream
20–100 or 0–30
psi (1,4–6,9
or sens0–2
Self-modulating
pressure
regubar)
range
ing
in
20–100
or
0–30
psidownlator maintains constant
•(1,4–6,9
Self-modulating
pressure
regulator
or 0–2
bar)
range
stream
pressure
within
+/- 2 psi
maintains constant downstream
(0,14
bar) of pressure
setting
pressure within +/- 2pressure
psi (0,14 bar)
• Self-modulating
regu[for
in-valve
sensing;
within
+/of
pressure
setting
[for
in-valve
lator maintains constant downsensing;
within
+/- 1for
psi (0,07
bar) for
1
psi
(0,07
bar)
downstream
pressure
within +/- 2 psi
downstream
sensing]
stream
sensing]
(0,14 bar) of pressure setting
• Solenoid: 24 VAC
DRIPLINE
• Manual downstream
Pressure
pressureRegulation
regulating valves
PRE SSUR E R E G U L AT I O N
213 Models
3 M O D ELin
S downstream sens•21
Available
Manual
downstream
••Manual
downstream
ing
in 20–100
or pressure
0–30 psi
regulatingregulating
valves
pressure
(1,4–6,9 or 0–2 bar)valves
range
100
Series Plus
Example:
TAPE
Pressure Regulation
213 Models
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700 SERIES VALVES
FE ATUR E S & B E N E FITS
Unique straight-through flow path
Provides extremely low friction loss
Slow-closing design
Reduces water hammer and resulting stress on the system
Tough glass-reinforced nylon, stainless steel and brass
construction
Provides durability and long life
High and low-flow operation
Ensures consistent performance in a variety of 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 greenhouses.
Self-flushing, 150-mesh, stainless steel filter screen on
1-, 1 ½- and 2-inch models
Provides consistent operation
A DDE D F E AT UR E S
• Manual internal bleed
• Wide flow range
• Flow control allows precise flow adjustment and manual
shutoff (not available on ¾-inch model)
• Compact, low-profile design
• Rugged nylon-reinforced Buna-N diaphragm provides leak-proof seal
• Buna-N valve seat seal
• Encapsulated injection-molded solenoid with a captive hex
plunger
• Unique three-way stainless steel bonnet screws with threaded
brass inserts accept Phillips, flat-blade and hex-driver tools
O P E R AT IN G SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
The UltraFlow Series
straight-through flow path
Conventional flow path
• Flow range: .1-180 GPM (700B-.75 & 700-1 can operate at .1 GPM)
• Pressure range: 10-150 psi (A-700-2 not recommended under 20 psi)
E L E CT R ICA L SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
FRICTI O N LOSS DATA - P S I
Flow Rate - GPM
MODEL
SIZE
0.1
A-700B-.75
A-700-1
3/4”
0.38
0.38 0.86 1.22 2.03 3.27 6.75
1”
2.20
1.59 1.80 2.41 2.23 1.84 3.22 5.58 8.59
2
5
10
15
20
30
40
50
Flow Rate - GPM
MODEL
A-700-1.5
A-700-2
90
SIZE 15
20
30
40
50
60
80 100 120 140 160 180
1 ½” 0.19 0.36 0.69 1.13 1.49 2.13 3.85 6.06 8.72 11.89
0.64 0.83 0.98 1.17 2.07 3.06 3.96 5.21 6.50 8.23
2”
• Solenoid: 24 V ac
• Inrush volt-amp: 24 V ac-9.6 VA
• Inrush current: .4 amp
• Holding volt-amp: 24 V ac-4.8 VA
• Holding current: .2 amp
MO DE L S
Model
A-700B-.75
A-700-1
A-700-1.5
A-700-2 Toro Micro-Irrigation
Description
¾” internal bleed flow control
1” internal bleed flow control
1½” internal bleed flow control
2” internal bleed flow control
• Manual downstream pressure
regulating valves
A-700B .75 -LS
24 VAC
Size
3/4"
1"
1.5"
2"
3/4"
1"
1.5"
2"
Solenoid
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
no
no
no
700 Series Ultra-Flow
• Inrush current:
.4 amp
10
15
20
30
40
50
60
80
100
120
140
160
3/4" 0.38 0.86 1.22 2.03 3.27 6.75
1.84 2.23 2.41 3.22 5.58 8.59
1 1/2"
0.64 0.83 0.98 1.17 2.07 3.06 3.96 5.21 6.50 8.23
Flow Rate (GPM)
80
100
120
140
160
180
RESOURCES
The Toro Company
Micro-Irrigation Business
1588 N. Marshall Avenue, El Cajon, CA 92020-1523, USA
Tel: +1 (800) 333-8125 or +1 (619) 562-2950
Fax: +1 (800) 892-1822 or +1 (619) 258-9973
toromicroirrigation.com
INJECTORS
toromicroirrigation.com
NOTES:
(1)02/10
When designing a system, the industry standard for flow rate
ALT012
velocity through pipes and fittings is 5 Fps (2m/s). (2) Pressure loss
data is derived from valves independently tested by C.I.T., Fresno, CA.
Pressure Loss PSI
A-700-1
713-1-100DS
1" 1.59 1.80 1.84 2.23 2.41 3.22 5.58 8.59
713-1-30DS
The Toro Company
A-700-1.5
Micro-Irrigation Business
1
0.19 0.36 0.69 1.13 1.49 2.13 3.85 6.06 8.72 11.89
713-1.5-100DS 1 /2"
1588 N. Marshall Avenue, El Cajon, CA 92020-1523, USA
713-1.5-30DS
Tel: +1 (800) 333-8125 or +1 (619) 562-2950
A-700-2
Fax: +1 (800) 892-1822 or +1 (619) 258-9973
713-2-100DS
2"
0.64 0.83 0.98 1.17 2.07 3.06 3.96 5.21 6.50 8.23
713-2-30DS
CONTROLLERS
NOTES: (1)
When designing
flow rate
Size
2
5 a system,
10 the
15industry
20 standard
30 for40
50
60
velocity through pipes and fittings is 5 Fps (2m/s). (2) Pressure loss
A-700B-.75
3/4"is derived
0.38 from
0.86valves
1.22
2.03 3.27tested
6.75
data
independently
by C.I.T., Fresno, CA.
VALVES
2"
0.19 0.36 0.69 1.13 1.49 2.13 3.85 6.06 8.72 11.89
Model
ALT012 02/10
180
FILTERS
A-700-2
713-2-100DS
713-2-30DS
Flow Rate (GPM)
Pressure Loss PSI
713-1.5-100DS
713-1.5-30DS
EMISSION
DEVICES
A-700B-.75
A-700-1
• Inlet pressure
must be 15 psi
1" 1.59 1.80
713-1-100DS
(1,03713-1-30DS
bar) greater than
desired
outletA-700-1.5
pressure
no
no
no
FITTINGS
is 10 to 125 psi (0,69 to 8,6 bar)
and does not include flow control
or 150 mesh filter.
pressure
• All flow ranges must be within
recommended range indicated
on pressure loss chart — minimumModel
15 gpm (0,9 Size
l/s) recom2
5
mended for 703 and 713 models
no
no
no
HOSE
• Available in in-line and downstream sensing versions, with
• Holding
volt-amp:
Pressure
Regulating
Specifications
20–100
orE L E CT R ICA
P R E SSUR
E R Eor
G U 0–30
L AT I O psi
N (1,4–6,9 Electrical
L SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
Example:
24
VAC-5.75
VA
Pressure Regulating
7137Models
1 3 M0–2
O D EL
S range
bar)
•Solenoid:
How To Order:
• Solenoid:
Downstream Sensing 0–100psi
24
VAC
• Manual downstream pressure
• Holding current:
A-700B
.75 -LS 1"
713-1-100DS
• Manual
downstream
pressure
VAC
• Self-modulating
pressure regu-24
regulating
valves
713-1.5-100DS 1.5"
• Inrush volt-amp:
.2 amp
713-2-100DS
2"
regulating
latorinvalves
maintains
24 VAC-11.50
VA
• Available
1”, 1.5” and 2”constant
models down• Inrush
volt-amp:
Model Downstream
Size
Solenoid
Sensing
0–30psi
stream
pressure
within
+/2
psi
(25, 40 and
50 mm)
A-700B-.75713-1-30DS
3/4"
• Inrush
current: VA
1" yes
• Available
in 1",
1.5" and 2"
24
VAC-11.50
A-700-1 713-1.5-30DS
1"
1.5" yes
(0,14
bar)
of
pressure
• Available
in in-line
and50
downstream
A-700B-1.5713-2-30DS
1.5"
models
(25,
40
and
mm) setting .4 amp
2" yes
• Inrush
A-700-2
2"
yes
sensing
with
20–100 orwithin +/[forversions,
in-valve
sensing;
• Holdingcurrent:
volt-amp:
A-700B-.75-LS 3/4"
no
0–301psipsi
0–2 bar)
range
• Available
in(1,4–6,9
in-line
and
down.424amp
VAC-5.75 VA
for
down(0,07orbar)
A-700-1-LS
1"
no
A-700-1.5-LS
1.5"
no
• Self-modulating
pressure regulator
stream
sensingsensing]
versions,
with
NOTES: 3/4" model working pressure range
stream
• Holding current:
A-700-2-LS
2"
no
• Holding
volt-amp:
maintains
constant
downstream
is 10 to 125 psi (0,69 to 8,6 bar)
.2
amp
20–100 or 0–30 psi (1,4–6,9 or
and does not include flow control
pressure
within
+/2
psi
(0,14
bar)
24
VAC-5.75
VA
• Allrange
flow ranges must be within
Pressure Regulating
or 150 mesh filter.
0–2ofbar)
pressure
setting [for in-valve
Downstream Sensing 0–100psi
recommended
range
indicated
sensing; within +/- 1 psi (0,07 bar) for
• Holding
713-1-100DS
1"
no
O P TIO N Acurrent:
L ACCE SSO R IE S
• Self-modulating
pressure
reguon
pressure
loss
chart
—
mini713-1.5-100DS 1.5"
no
downstream sensing]
.2
amp
713-2-100DS
2"
no
•Hydraulic conversion kit
lator
maintains
constant
downmum
15
gpm
(0,9
l/s)
recom• All flow ranges must be within
(HVC-Kit)
Downstream Sensing 0–30psi
stream
pressurerange
within
+/- 2713
mended
for
703
and
recommended
indicated
onpsi models
713-1-30DS
1"
no
• Reclaimed water kit
713-1.5-30DS
1.5"
no
pressure
chart — minimum
(0,14
bar) loss
of pressure
setting15
(RW60-Kit)
713-2-30DS
2"
no
• (0,9 Inletl /s)pressure
must
be+/15 psi
recommended
for
703
[forgpm
in-valve
sensing;
within
and 713
models
• DC latching solenoid
(1,03
bar)
greater
than
desired
1 psi (0,07 bar) for down(A-DCL)
• Inlet pressure
must be 15 psi (1,03
outlet
pressure
NOTES: 3/4" model working pressure range
stream
sensing]
bar) greater than desired outlet
DRIPLINE
Model
A-700B-.75
A-700-1
A-700B-1.5
A-700-2
A-700B-.75-LS
A-700-1-LS
A-700-1.5-LS
A-700-2-LS
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• Inrush volt-amp:
24 VAC-11.50 VA
• Available in 1", 1.5" and 2"
models (25, 40 and 50 mm)
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1" PVC VALVES
FE ATUR E S & B E N E FITS
2500TF Features
• Self aligning bonnet permits fast and easy servicing without
removal from the system
• Debris-tolerant, patented floating metering system suitable
for well water and dirty water applications
• Captured hex / Phillips screws
• Flow control allows precise flow adjustment and manual
shutoff
• Removable, tamper resistant flow control handle
2400TF Features
• Threaded bonnet design allows easy servicing without
removal from the system
These versatile 1” valves include key
standard features such as flow control,
manual internal and external bleed that are
popular with agriculture and greenhouse
growers. The valves’ wide flow ranges
makes them a good fit for a host of
applications. These economical valves have
a good reputation and a five year warranty
making them an easy choice for growers.
• Flow control allows precise flow adjustment and manual
shutoff
Features
• Manual internal bleed
• Manual external bleed
• Slow-closing design reduces water hammer
• Flow control allows precise flow adjustmentand manual shut off
Q UA L IT Y CO N ST R UCT IO N
• Rugged, double–beaded SANOPRENE™ diaphragm provides
leak-proof seal
• Heavy-duty, corrosion and UV-resistant PVC construction
with stainless steel spring and hardware
• Buna-N valve seat seal
• High strength ribbed bonnet
• Injection molded solenoid with a captive plunger
FR I CTI O N LOS S DATA – P S I
Flow Rate - GPM
MODEL
O P E R AT IN G SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
SIZE
.25
2
5
10
15
20
30
1”
5.40
3.82
3.00
2.20
1.90
3.10
5.10
A-2500TF
• Flow range: 0.25-30 GPM (1-155 L/M)
• Pressure Range: 10-150 PSI (0.7-10 Bars)
E L E CT R ICA L SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
• Solenoid: 24 VAC
Flow Rate - GPM
MODEL
SIZE
A-2400TF
1”
• Inrush volt-amp: 24 VAC-11.50 VA
.25
2
5
10
15
20
30
5.00
4.60
3.50
4.00
2.97
3.26
6.20
• Holding volt-amp: 24 VAC-5.75 VA
• Holding current: 0.2 amps
• Inrush current: 0.4 amps
• DC Latching solenoid (A-DCL) optional
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• Manual external bleed
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• Manual internal bleed
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1½" & 2" PVC VALVES
• Slow-closing design reduces water hammer
• Flow control allows precise flow adjustment and manual
shut off
• Buna-N valve seat seal
• High strength ribbed bonnet and bottom inlet
• Unique, O-ring seal on the threaded inlet plug prevents leaking
• Injection molded solenoid with captive plunger
• Easily serviced without removal from the system
• Unique three-way stainless steel bonnet screws accept
Phillips, flat-blade and hex-drive tools
O P E R AT IN G SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
EMISSION
DEVICES
• Flow range: 20-120 GPM
• Pressure range: 20-150 PSI
E L E CT R ICA L SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
• Solenoid: 24 VAC
• Inrush volt-amp: 24 VAC-11.50 VA
FILTERS
The 1½” A-216B and 2” A-217B PVC valves
have built their popularity on a proven
track record of reliability in agriculture
and greenhouse applications. Their key
features include flow control, manual
bleed, and porting for use in globe and
angle configurations. These versatile
valves are ideal for a wide range of
agricultural applications.
FITTINGS
• Rugged, double–beaded SANOPRENE™ diaphragm provides
leak-proof seal
HOSE
Q UA L IT Y CO N ST R UCT IO N
• Heavy-duty, corrosion and UV-resistant PVC construction
with stainless steel spring and hardware
• Holding volt-amp: 24 VAC-5.75 VA
• Holding current: 0.2 amps
• DC Latching solenoid (A-DCL) optional
F R I CTI ON LOSS DATA – P S I
SIZE
A-216B
1 1/2”
A-217B
2”
GLOBE
ANGLE
G
A
G
A
5
10
15
20
30
40
50
60
80 100 120
3.04 2.66 2.33 2.97 4.14 5.62
2.76 2.24 1.99 2.30 3.10 4.42
2.00 1.93 1.73 1.55 1.68 2.99 4.85 6.31
2.00 1.93 1.73 1.55 1.59 2.15 3.27 4.88
CONTROLLERS
MODEL
VALVES
• Inrush current: 0.4 amps
INJECTORS
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OMNIREG®
MODULAR PRESSURE REGULATOR
FE ATUR E S & B E N E FITS
Maintains constant downstream pressure, regardless of
widely varying inlet pressure
For consistent operation of downstream emission devices
One model fits all heavy-duty commercial 100 Series
(Century PLUS), 700 Series (UltraFlow), and 200B Series valves*
Streamlines inventory requirements
Requires only 1 GPM to operate
Ideal for low-flow applications
“Drop in” installation is fast and easy, requiring tightening of only
two capture screws
OMR-100
For reduced labor time
A DDE D F E AT UR E S
This pressure-regulating device enables
the user to quickly and accurately set the
exact downstream pressure required for any
application.
• Clearly marked dial settings permit precise control of
downstream pressure
• Desired pressure may be set with water on or off
• Delivers an accuracy of ±3 psi
• Low-profile design permits use in applications with limited space
• Schrader valve test port is easily accessible for in-line use
• Manufactured of heavy-duty, corrosion-resistant glass-filled nylon
• Easily serviced internal module
• Stainless steel and brass hardware
• Vandal cap to avoid unauthorized use
• Five-year warranty
EASI LY KE E P D OW NST RE A M
PR E SSUR E C ONSTA NT
O P E R AT IN G SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
• Flow range: 1 to 300 GPM
• Inlet pressure range: Up to 200 psi
• Pressure regulation:
OMR-30: 5 to 30 psi, OMR-100: 5 to 100 psi
• Inlet pressure must be 10 psi greater than outlet pressure
MO DE L S
Model
Simply turn the dial to the desired pressure
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Description
A-OMR-30
Modular regulator 5-30 psi
A-OMR-100
Modular regulator 5-100 psi
A-OMR-DS
Downstream sensing kit
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FITTINGS
EMISSION
DEVICES
FILTERS
VALVES
VALVES
CONTROLLERS
INJECTORS
RESOURCES
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BERMAD VALVES
High-Performance Plastic Valves
Made from industrial grade, durable glass-filled nylon, Bermad plastic
valves are engineered to withstand rough service conditions and are
resistant to cavitation and chemical attack. The Y pattern valve body
together with a one piece diaphragm provides a look through passage
resulting in ultra high flow capacity and minimal friction loss.
FEAT URES & BENEFITS
Lightweight construction Plastic
Manual
Easy to ship and move in portable irrigation systems
105 Series
•
•
Chemically resistant engineered plastic Provides long life in harsh environments and corrosive injection applications.
110 Series
•
•
120 Series
•
•
12055 Series
•
•
130 Series
•
•
Remote control through a wide range of electric solenoids or
hydraulic command Saves labor and optimizes water application through accurate scheduling
Electric
Low
Friction
Loss
Low
Maintenance
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Pressure
Reducing
Pressure
Sustaining
•
•
•
Low friction losses Reduced energy cost
Low flow and low pressure operation Maintains peak uniformity in systems with flow and pressure variations
Hydraulic Control Metal Valves
At the leading edge of control valve design, Bermad metal
valves combine simple and reliable construction with superior
performance. The diaphragm performs under all service conditions
with no distortion from uneven hydraulic forces or pressure surges.
These automatic control valves are designed for operation in vertical
and horizontal installations and can be configured to solve
most irrigation control applications.
FEAT URES & BENEFITS
Metal construction of the valve and pilots
Plastic
Manual
405 Series
•
•
Strength to withstand high pressure or water hammer risk
410 Series
•
•
Remote control with a wide range of electric solenoid or
hydraulic controls.
420 Series
•
•
42055 Series
•
•
43Q Series
•
Metal valves and compontents offer structural strength where
long term reliability is essential
230 PSI operating pressure Saves labor and optimizes water application through accurate
scheduling
Available in sizes 1½" through 10"
Wide range of sizes and flows enables matching valves to system
requirements
Stable regulation at low flows and high differential pressures
Enables system to operate at peak irrigation uniformity
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Electric
Low
Friction
Loss
Low
Maintenance
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Pressure
Reducing
Pressure
Sustaining
•
•
•
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FR I CTI ON LOS S DATA
Plastic Valves
10.O
7.0
HOSE
2.0
3”L
4”
2”-Y
3”-Y
1.0
0.6
FITTINGS
Pressure Loss (psi)
4.0
3.0
6”
0.4
0.3
0.2
10
50
100
G lo b e P a t t e r n
2000
FILTERS
10.0
8.0
6.0
4.0
3.0
2.0
2”
3”
1 ½”
10
20
30 40
8”
6”
60 80 100
200
400
10”
600
1,000
2,000
Flow Rate (gpm)
4,000 6,000
CONTROLLERS
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.3
0.2
4”
VALVES
Pressure Loss (psi)
1000
Metal Valves
20.0
0.1
500
Flow Rate (gpm)
EMISSION
DEVICES
0.1
VALVE PAT TE R NS A ND E ND CO NNE CT I O N O P T IO N S
Pr essur e Loss - psi
YY Pattern
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
AAngle Pattern
NPThread
NP
NP
NP
NP
A
A
A
2”
FFVI- Grooved
Flanged
VI
VI
FF
FF
FF
3”
VI
VI
VI
T33” Glue End
4”
* T3 3” Valve PVC Glue end connection are 3” female socket on the inside X 4” male spigot on the outside,
2 1 /4”2 ”female socket on the inside. The outside is not compatible size.
* T4 3”L and 4”PVC Glue end connections are
1.0
0.8
* For0.6
other valve configurations and application information please call.
* Not all available valve configuration and functions can be shown.
0.4
0.3
0.2
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T44” Glue End
T3
T4
RESOURCES
Valve
20.0
Size
2”
10.02”L
8.0
6.03”
3”L
4.0
4”
3.0
6”
2.0
INJECTORS
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BERMAD VALVES
Plastic Control Valves
105 SERIES Manual control, hydraulic actuation with3-way selector
Standard Configuration:
Threaded-NPT (NP)
• Plastic Valve Y pattern (Y) and Angle
(A) configuration
• Pressure Rating: Minimum operating 5 psi, Maximum inlet 145 psi
• Connections:
- Threaded 2" thru 3" NPT (NP)
- Plastic articulated flange 4" thru 6" (FF)
- Grooved: 2” thru 6” (VI)
- Glue End: 3L” and 4” (T3 or T4)
normally closed (NC)
• 2" thru 6" valves are constructed using plastic tubing, fittings and plastic mini pilots
• 2" thru 3" valves have flow control stem
• Manual, electric and hydraulic valves are normally
closed
2"
B105-Z-02-Y-NP
Flanged (NP)
3"
B105-Z-03-Y-NP
Threaded-NPT (NP)
2"
B110-3W-02-Y-NP
Flanged (NP)
3"
B110-3W-03-Y-NP
4"
B110-3W-04-Y-FF
6"
B110-3W-06-Y-FF
Standard solenoid: S-400-3W 24VAC-R
Application: Electrically controlled valve for computerized irrigation systems and
conventional timer controlled systems. The 110 series electric valves are ideal for
master valve and zone control applications.
Flow Rate GPM
To
2"
35
140
3"
35
300
3L"
75
580
4"
75
580
6"
140
1000
2"
B120-XZ-02-Y-NP
3"
B120-XZ-03-Y-NP
3"L
B120-XZ-03L-Y-NP
4"
B120-XZ-04-Y-FF
6"
B120-XZ-06-Y-FF
12055 SERIES Pressure reducing, electric control
Threaded-NPT (NP)
PILOT SP R I N G O P T I O NS
Spring Code
Operating Range
-K
7-40 psi standard
-H
15-100 psi
Flanged (NP)
3"
B12055-X-03-Y-NP
3"L
B12055-X-03L-Y-NP
4"
B12055-X-04-Y-FF
6"
B12055-X-06-Y-FF
Standard pilot: model PC-X-P plastic mini pilot for 7-40 psi downstream pressure.*
Standard solenoid: S-400-3W 24VAC-R
Application: Pressure reducing, electric valves combine the features of electric control
and adjustable pressure reduction. The 12055 establishes a reduced pressure zone
to optimize emission device performance.
For Plastic Valves with model PC-X-P plastic mini
pilots (*)
To add a pre-installed
optional pilot spring to
plastic valves. Add the correct
spring code to the end of the valve
part number.
Flanged (NP)
Standard pilot: model PC-X-P plastic mini pilot for 7-40 psi downstream pressure.*
Manual selector standard
Application: The 120 series valves protect downstream components from erratic
and high pressures. Adjustable reducing valves optimize performance, of pressure
sensitive emission devices by providing constant operating pressure
2"
B12055-X-02-Y-NP
130 SERIES Pressure sustaining, manual control with 3-way selector
Threaded-NPT (NP)
2"
B130-XZ-02-Y-NP
Optional Pilot springs may be required for different
pressure ranges. Choose an optional pilot spring then
valves operate outside the range of the standard spring.
Flanged (NP)
3"
B130-XZ-03-Y-NP
3"L
B130-XZ-03L-Y-NP
4"
B130-XZ-04-Y-FF
6"
B130-XZ-06-Y-FF
Standard pilot: model PC-X-P plastic mini pilot for 7-40 psi upstream pressure.*
Manual selector standard
Application: Sustaining valves are used to relieve excess line pressures and to rotect
systems with erratic supply pressures. Sustaining valves, maintains preset minimum
upstream pressure during fluctuating flows or varying pressure conditions. Normally
open pressure sustaining valves are used to maintain adequate upstream
pressures during filter back flushing and line filling.
EL E CTR I C A L SP E CI F I CAT I O N
3-way solenoid with plastic base for 110 or 12055 valves
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3"L
B110-3W-03L-Y-NP
120 SERIES Pressure reducing, manual control with 3-way selector
From
S400-3W-24VAC-R (standard)
S400-3W12VAC-R
S400-3W-24VAC-R (standard)
6"
B105-Z-06-Y-FF
110 SERIES Electric control, manual override on solenoid
Threaded-NPT (NP)
Part Number
4"
B105-Z-04-Y-FF
Manual control, hydraulic actuation with 3-way selector
Application: Manual command for master valve and zone control.
F LOW R ATE
Valve Size
3"L
B105-Z-03L-Y-NP
Voltage
Normally Open/
Close
Inrush (Amp)
Holding (Amp)
Power (Watt)
24VAC
12VAC
24VAC
NO
NO
NO
0.60
0.33
0.60
0.30
0.33
0.30
3.5
4.0
3.5
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405 SERIES Manual control, hydraulic actuation with3-way selector
Threaded-NPT (NP)
Standard Configuration:
3"
B405-Z-03-G-NP
• Cast Iron Globe configuration (G)
• Pressure Rating: Minimum operating 10 psi,
Maximum inlet 230 psi
• Connections: Threaded 1 ½" thru 3" NPT (NP) - Iron
flanged 4" thru 10" (A1)
• 3" thru 4" valves are constructed using plastic
tubing, fittings and plastic mini pilots
• 6" thru 10" valves and 1 ½" thru 3" Quick Relief valves
are constructed using copper tubing and brass
pilots
• Pressure check points and outlet isolation
ball valves are furnished on metal pressure
reducing valves
• Manual, electric and hydraulic valves are
normally closed (NC)
Flanged (NP)
4"
B405-Z-04-G-A1
6"
B405-Z-06-G-A1
Threaded-NPT (NP)
Flanged (NP)
3"
B410-X-03-G-NP
4"
B410-X-04-G-A1
6"
B410-X-06-G-A1
Reduces upstream pressure tolower constant downstream pressure.
Manual ON / OFF with 3 way selector
Flanged (NP)
90
700
6"
180
1400
8"
310
2200
10"
340
2400
8"
B420-XZ-08-G-A1
10"
B420-XZ-10-G-A1
Standard pilot: 3” thru 4” metal valves- model PC-X-P plastic mini pilot for 7-40 psi
downstream pressure.(*)
Standart pilot: 6” thru 10” metal valve- model X brass pilot for 7-150 psi downstream
pressure. (#)
Application: The 420 series pressure reducing valves protect downstream components from
erratic andhigh pressure. Adjustable pressure reducing valves optimize performance of
pressure sensitive emission devices by providing constant operation pressure.
42055 SERIES Electric control, manual override on solenoid
Threaded-NPT (NP)
3"
B42055-X-03-G-NP
Flanged (NP)
4"
BB42055-X-04-G-A1
6'
BB42055-X-06-G-A1
8"
BB42055-X-08-G-A1
10"
BB42055-X-10-G-A1
For Plastic Valves with model PC-X-P plastic mini
pilots (*)
Operating Range
-K
7-40 psi standard
-H
15-100 psi
43Q SERIES Quick Pressure Relief, relieves excessive line pressure by
immediately opening when preset line pressure is met.
Threaded-NPT (NP)
1½"
B43Q-015-G-NP
Optional Pilot springs may be required for different
pressure ranges. Choose an optional pilot spring then
valves operate outside the range of the standard spring.
Flanged (NP)
2"
B43Q-02-G-NP
3"
B43Q-03-G-NP
E LE CTR I C A L S P E CI F I CAT I O N
3-Way Solenoid with metal base for 6” thru 10” 410 and 42055 metal valve
3-way solenoid with plastic base for 3” - 4” 410, 42055 valves
Part Number
Normally
Open/Close
Inrush
(Amp)
Holding
(Amp)
Power
(Watt)
24VAC
12VAC
24VAC
NO
NO
NO
0.60
0.33
0.60
0.30
0.33
0.30
3.5
4.0
3.5
Solenoid Note: Normally Open (NO) solenoids are used to construct normally closed valves. Normally Closed solenoids are used to construct normally open valves. Manually actuated valves
may be converted to normally open or normally closed by arrangement of the hydraulic control
connections.
Part Number
ASC-3W24VAC-NO (standard)
ASC-3W12VDC-NO
ASC-3W24VAC-NC
Voltable
Normally
Open/Close
Inrush
(Amp)
Holding
(Amp)
Power
24VAC
12VDC
24VAC
NO
NO
NC
1.25
–
1.25
0.66
–
0.66
6.1
10.6
6.1
Add optional solenoid part number to theend of valve part number to receive pre-installed non
standard solenoids. Other solenoid options available upon request.
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RESOURCES
S400-3W-24VAC-R (standard)
S400-3W12VAC-R
S400-3W-24VAC-R (standard)
Voltage
INJECTORS
Application: The 43Q adjustable quick pressure relief valves provide systems with
protection from excessive pressure.
Quick relief valves are located at the irrigation headwords or other positions where
water hammer may occur due to rapid valve closure, power failure or erratic pressure
situations. 43Q valves eliminate momentary peak pressure spikes and are often used
to protect sand media filters. Globe (G) is the standard configuration for 43Q valves.
The Angle (A) configuration is also available.
CONTROLLERS
Spring Code
VALVES
Standard solenoids: 3” thru 4” metal valves S-400-3W-24VAC-R : 6” thru 10” metal
valves ASC-3W24VAC-NO
Standard pilot: 3” thru 4” metal valves model- PC-X-P plastic mini pilot for 7-40 psi
downstream pressure.(*)
Standard pilot: 6” thru 10” metal valves- model- X brass pilot for 7-150 psi downstream
pressure.(#)
Application: Pressure reducing, electric 42055 metal valves combine the features of
electric control and adjustable pressure reduction. The 42055 establishes a continuous, reduced pressure zone to optimize emission device performance.
P I LOT SP R I N G O P T I O NS
To add a pre-installed
optional pilot spring to
plastic valves. Add the correct
spring code to the end of the valve
part number.
6"
B420-XZ-06-G-A1
FILTERS
4"
4"
B420-XZ-04-G-A1
EMISSION
DEVICES
400
FITTINGS
60
10"
B410-X-10-G-A1
420 SERIES Pressure reducing, manual control with 3-way selector
Flow Rate GPM
3"
8"
B410-X-08-G-A1
Standard solenoid: 3” thru 4” metal valves S-400-3W-24VAC-R: 6” thru 10” metal
valves ASC-3W24VAC-NO
Application: Electrically controlled valve for computerized irrigation systems and
conventional timer controlled systems. The 410 series electric valves are ideal for
master valve and zone control.
F LOW R ATE
To
HOSE
410 SERIES Electric control, manual override on solenoid
3"
B420-XZ-03-G-NP
From
10"
B405-Z-10-G-A1
Manual control, hydraulic actuation with 3-way selector
Application: Manual command for master valve and zone control.
Threaded-NPT (NP)
Valve Size
8"
B405-Z-08-G-A1
DRIPLINE
Metal Control Valves
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AIR/VACUUM VALVES
A P P LIC ATION
Removal of Air from Pipelines
• Avoid Water Hammer: Air must be allowed to escape pipelines at the same rate
as water enters the pipeline during system startup to avoid
dangerous water hammer from occurring.
• Remove Entrained or Dissolved Air:
Air that has accumulated at high points during system operation must be allowed to escape to avoid air pockets which
restrict the flow of water and can cause water hammer.
Allow the Entry of Air into Pipelines
• Prevent Vacuum Suction in Pipelines: Air must be allowed to re-enter main and submain pipelines as water drains during system shut down to prevent
negative suction from occurring and potential collapse of
the pipelines.
• Prevent Vacuum Suction in Laterals: Laterals which are buried or submerged in water may
ingest dirty water and /or soil through the emitters as a
result of vacuum suction if air is not allowed to enter the
laterals during system shut-down and drainage.
Air and vacuum control is essential to the
safety, longevity, efficiency, and performance
of an irrigation system. Air must be allowed to
exit pipelines 1) upon startup to prevent water
hammer, 2) during normal operation to prevent
the development of air pockets, and 3) air must
be allowed to enter pipelines and laterals at
shut down to prevent vacuum suction. Various
types of valves and vents are available to
perform these functions.
½"
Vacumm
Breaker
1"
Plastic
Air Vent
1" & 2"
Continuous
Acting Air
Release
Valves
1" & 2"
Air Release &
Vacumm
Relief
Valves
2", 3" & 4"
Aluminum Air
Vents
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SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
Part Number
1" & 2" Combination Large Volume Air Relief and
Continuous Acting Air Release & Vacuum Relief Valve
Valve Type
Connection - male NPT (in)
Working Pressure (psi)
Sealing Pressure (psi)
Volume of air release without valve closing
and without the presence of water (CFM)
Release Air Volume @ 5 psi
ARV-2-KA
Dual Acting
Continuous
1
2
170
225
3
3
41.2
590
8.8 CFM
140 CFM
Units per Box
20
8
Box Weight (lbs)
15
16
Packing Dimensions (in)
15" x 11" x 8"
FITTINGS
ARV-1-A
HOSE
• Install at highest points on filter and pump stations to provide
both instantaneous and continuous air relief
• Install on main manifolds every 1000 feet to introduce air into the
irrigation system at shutdown to prevent pipe collapse
• Install at highest point of slope to provide vacuum relief at
system shutdown
ARV--1-A
Single Acting
Continuous
DRIPLINE
CONTINUOUS ACTING AIR RELEASE VALVES
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AIR/VACUUM VALVES
EMISSION
DEVICES
FILTERS
ARV-2-KA
VALVES
CONTROLLERS
INJECTORS
Unit Glossary
Cubit feet per minute
Pounds per square inch
Cubic meters per hour
inch
meters of water column
RESOURCES
CFM
PSI
M3/h in mwc
1 cubic foot of water = 7.48 gallons
1 CFM = 1.699 m³/h
1 PSI = 0.070307 mwc
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AIR/VACUUM VALVES
SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
A I R R E LE A SE A ND VACU U M RE L I E F VA LV E S
Part Number
1" & 2" Air Release & Vacuum Relief Valves
Valve Type
• Install on manifolds to exhaust air at system start-up
• Install on manifolds to introduce air into the pipeline and
provide vacuum relief after system shutdown
• Install downstream of valves to introduce air into the pipeline and
provide vacuum relief after valve shutdown
• Install at highest point of slope to introduce air into the
pipeline and provide vacuum relief after valve shutdown
ARV-2-K
Air / Vacuum Relief
Non-Continuous
Connection - male NPT (in)
1
2
Working Pressure (psi)
225
225
Sealing Pressure (psi)
3
3
295
590
26 CFM
260 CFM
Volume of air release without valve closing and without the presence of water
(CFM)
Release Air Volume @ 5 psi
Units Per Box
14
8
Box Weight (lbs)
12
14
Packing Dimensions (in)
ARV-1-K
ARV-2-K
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ARV-1-K
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15” x 11” x 8”
open
TAPE
AIR/VACUUM VALVES
closed
DRIPLINE
SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
YD-500-34
HOSE
1/2" VACUUM BREAKER
The 1/2" Air & Vacuum Relief Valve (ARV) is specifically designed to
prevent soil ingestion of emitters from back siphoning.
1/2 "
1" (25 mm)
Vacuum Breaker (ARV)
– 0.3
– 0.2
EMISSION
DEVICES
Negative Pressure (bar)
1-3/4" (43 mm)
– 0.4
FITTINGS
• Large Air Passage
• High resistance to chemicals
• Smooth, reliable operation
• Easy to handle and maintain
• Plastic construction
• Buna-N Seal system shutdown
– 0.1
20
40
80
60
100
FILTERS
Air Flow – m3/h (Standard Units)
SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
ARV-BBK1
ARV-BBK1
1
Sealing Pressure (psi)
80
Totally sealed from (psi)
5
Unit per box
25
Box weight (lbs)
5
The 1" Plastic Air Vent provides instant air and vacuum relief. The
brightly colored cap allows for easy visibility and is removable for easy
maintenance.
CONTROLLERS
1" PLASTIC AIR VENT
Connection - male NPY (in)
VALVES
Plastic Air Vent
Perfromance Graph of ARV-BBK1
1
0
Pressure(psi)
INJECTORS
-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
-6
-50
-40
-30
-20
Vacuum Relief
-10
0
CFM
10
20
Air Release
*Performance Data Tested and Verified at CIT, Fresno, California.
**Conversion: 1 cubic foot of water = 7.48 gallons
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30
40
RESOURCES
-7
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AIR/VACUUM VALVES
SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
ARV-2AV
ALUMINUM AIR VENTS
The Aluminum Air Vent series can be used on gravity or higher
pressure systems, allowing for operation up to 150 psi on
the 2" model and 100 psi on 3" and 4" models. The float and
precision O-Ring provide a tight seal at a very low pressure,
while the strong aluminum alloy body and full baffle allow
for maximum vent capacity without premature closing.
• Cast Aluminum body combines lightweight strength and
corrosion resistance
• Synthetic rubber O-ring assures a positive seal even
with low head applications
• Simple design ensures troublefree performance
• Available in 2", 3", & 4" Female NPT inlet
*Conversion: 1 cubic foot of water = 7.48 gallons
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Controllers
KWIKDIAL® CONTROLLER
FE ATUR E S & B E N E FITS
Three independent programs
Allows differing watering days, start times, station run times
and station assignments
Multiple watering day options
Provides flexibility to meet water restrictions and diverse plant
requirements:
- Days-of-the-week watering
- Odd/even date watering with 31st day skip
- Repeating-day-interval watering (every day, every 2nd day,
every 3rd day, etc., up to once every 31 days)
- Excluded-day option, when used with the odd/ even day or day-interval
Compatible with KwikStart TM hand-held remote system
Provides convenient remote station start/pause/resume/off
capability (KSR-KIT-K) for supplemental watering or inspection
Self-diagnostic, electronic circuit breaker
KwikDial offers a unique combination of
sophisticated features and simple operation.
Excellent scheduling flexibility is provided by
its automatic, semi-automatic and manual
operations, a wide range of watering intervals,
and the ability to make percentage changes to
watering duration for seasonal adjustments.
Peace of mind is ensured by the controller’s
electrical surge protection, a self-diagnostic,
electronic circuit breaker and built-in memory
that maintains time, date and programming
information for 24 hours in the absence of AC
power.
®
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Model A-KD4-EXT
A-KD6-EXT
A-KD9-EXT
A-KD12-EXT
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Sensor hookup with bypass switch compatible with irritrol’s
RainSensor™ Series
Saves water by shutting off the system during rain
Program stacking feature
Prevents program overlap
Electrical surge protection (on both input and output lines)Resists damage from lightning storms and power surge
O P E R AT IN G SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
• Station run times: 1-240 minutes (4 hours) in 1-minute increments
• Start times: 3 per program for up to 9 daily starts
E L E CT R ICA L SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
• Transformer input: 120 V ac, 60HZ (220/240 V ac, 50 Hz)
• Transformer output: 24 V ac, .830 amps
• Maximum output per station: 24 V ac, .4 amp
• Maximum total output: 24 V ac, .8 amp (including master valve)
• Capacity: One station valve plus a master valve
(or 24 V ac pump start relay) on at a time
• UL and CUL listed
DIMENSIONS
• Outdoor: H: 9”, W: 6 7 ⁄ 8”, D: 4”
• Indoor: H: 8 7 ⁄ 8”, W: 6 1 ⁄ 8”, D: 3”
Example:
How to order
A-­‐ Identifies and overrides an electrical “short” in a valve or in
valve wiring and continues to water operable stations
KD 12 Number of Sta=ons 4 6 9 12 -­‐EXT O P T IO N A L ACCE SSO R IE S
Outdoor/Indoor Mount Op=ons outdoor outdoor outdoor outdoor • A-CMR-KIT remote system
• A-SR-1 pump start relay
Toro Micro-Irrigation
Remote CONTROL ready
Compatible with CMR-KIT and KSR-KIT-K remote kits
Rain sensor ready
DRIPLINE
FE ATUR E S & B E N E FITS
TAPE
RAIN DIAL® CONTROLLER
Sensor bypass switch and terminal for sensor hookup
Three independent programs
Three water day choices
HOSE
Programming flexibility to meet the needs of a wide variety of
plant material on the landscape site
- Any day of the week, skip days or odd/even dates
- Skip days and odd/even dates have day exclusion option
Water Budgeting
365-day calendar for Odd/Even date watering
Meets the odd/even date watering mandates often used for
landscape water reductions
FITTINGS
For quick changes to the watering durations of all stations on a program at one time or pre-set a change in water budget for each month.
Water well recovery (delay between stations)
Option of pump circuit ON or OFF during delay
Master Valve/Pump Start circuit Assignable per station Stations requiring a booster pump can be supplied while other
stations can run on street water pressure
Clear/erase memory by program
EMISSION
DEVICES
Saves time by quickly erasing only the program desired
Program stack or overlap option
Allows three programs/stations on at once or restricts operations
to no overlapping station runs
Snap-out face panels
6, 9 and 12-station models all have 12-station terminal boards
allowing interchangeable front panels to change station number
FILTERS
The Irritrol® Rain Dial-R now offers
exceptional scheduling for speed of
programming and maintenance. Additional
features include rain sensor compatibility
and more pump control for water well and
booster pump applications. And best of all,
the new Rain Dial-R programs just like the
original–use only the features you need!
Manual station advance
UN DE R STAN DI NG PA RT NU M BE R S
How To Order:
A- RD 600 -EXT
Number of Outdoor/Indoor
Stations
Mount Options
Model
A-RD600-EX
outdoor
A-RD900-EX
outdoor
A-RD1200-EX
outdoor
• Station run times: 1-59 minutes in 1-minute increments or 1-5.9
hours in .1-hour (6 minute) increments
• Start times: 3 per program per day for 9 starts total
• Watering schedules per program:
- Any day of the week
- Skip days from 1 to 31 days between irrigation days
- Odd or even date watering
E L E CT R ICA L SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
• A-SR-1 pump start relay
• A-CMR-KIT remote system
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RESOURCES
O P T IO N A L ACCE SSO R IE S
INJECTORS
• Transformer input: 120V ac, 60Hz (220 / 240V ac, 50Hz available internationally)
• Transformer output: 24V ac, 1.25 amps
• Maximum output per station: 24V ac, .5 amps
• Maximum output to valves: 24V ac, 1.0 amps (including master valve /pump start circuit)
• Battery backup for “armchair” programming and keeping current time and date: 9-volt alkaline (not included)
• UL and CSA listed
CONTROLLERS
CONTROLLERS
Example:
O P E R AT IN G SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
VALVES
During automatic, semi-automatic and station test cycles, allows
quick advancement of operation up through the stations
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TOTAL CONTROL® CONTROLLER
FE ATUR E S & B E N E FITS
New “R” models are remote-ready
For Irritrol’s commercial maintenance remote (CMR-KIT)
Four independent programs offer concurrent operation
capability For scheduling flexibility
Seven-day calendar, odd/even day or day-interval options from one to 30 days
Provides the flexibility to meet water restrictions or plant watering requirements
Programmable master valve On/Off per program
Provides the flexibility of running some programs with a
booster pump and some without
Non-volatile memory
Holds program during power failures for reliable operation
Snap-out face panels
The Irritrol® Total Control-R Series
controller is proof that advanced design
controllers don’t have to be complicated.
Developed to meet a wide variety of watering
requirements, the easy-to-program Total
Control Series is available in models ranging
from 6 to 24 stations. Programming flexibility
is provided by four independent programs, 16
total start times and a 365-day calendar for
odd/even day scheduling.
Allows easy removal of control module without disturbing valve
wiring for servicing and hassle-free station upgrade (from 6 to 9 or
9 to 12 and from 15 to 18 or 18 to 24)
Flexible station run and start times
Meet a broad range of watering requirements
6-, 9- and 12-station models have 12-station terminal boards;
15-, 18- and 24-station models have
24-station terminal boards
Allows for station count increase simply by changing face panel
module
Sensor hookup with bypass switch compatible
with Irritrol’s RainSensor ™ Series
Saves water by shutting off the system during rainfall
O P E R AT IN G SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
• Station run times: 1-240 minutes (4 hours) in 1-minute increments
• Start times: 3 per program for up to 9 daily starts
UND E R STAN DI NG PA RT NU M BE RS
Example:
How To Order:
A- TC 6 EX-B
Number of
Stations
Model
A-TC-6EXA-TC-9EXA-TC-12EX-B
12
A-TC-15EX-B
15
A-TC-18EX-B
18
A-TC-24EX-B
24
A-TC-36EX-R36
A-TC-48EXM-R48
Mount
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
E L E CT R ICA L SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
• Transformer input: 120 V ac, 60HZ (220 / 240 V ac, 50 Hz)
• Transformer output: 24 V ac, .830 amps
• Maximum output per station: 24 V ac, .4 amp
• Maximum total output: 24 V ac, .8 amp (including master valve)
• Capacity: One station valve plus a master valve
(or 24 V ac pump start relay) on at a time
• UL and CUL listed
O P T IO N A L ACCE SSO R IE S
• A-CMR-KIT remote system
• A-SR-1 pump start relay
Notes: 6 - 24 station models are manufactured in
plastic cabinets. 36 and 48 station models are
manufactured in larger metal cabinets
(as pictured above).
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Eight independent programs
Flexible scheduling for widely varied landscapes
DRIPLINE
FE ATUR E S & B E N E FITS
TAPE
MC-E CONTROLLER
Flow monitoring with diagnostics and 3 types of alarms (requires
station #2 for a N/O master valve circuit)
Models with station counts from 4 up to 48
HOSE
Protects the system and saves water by detecting, reporting and
handling high flow and unscheduled flow events
Provides irrigation control for any size project
For long service life in demanding commercial and “heavy turf” applications Model A-MC-48E
Number of Sta:ons 4 6 8 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 E • 4-12 Station: H: 9 3 ⁄4”, W: 10 1 ⁄2”, D: 4 1 ⁄4”
• 18-48 Station: H: 12”, W: 14 1 ⁄4”, D: 4 3 ⁄4”
Outdoor/Indoor Mount Op:ons outdoor outdoor outdoor outdoor outdoor outdoor outdoor outdoor outdoor outdoor O P T IO N A L ACCE SSO R IE S
• A-SR-1 pump start relay
• A-CMR-KIT (Commercial Maintenance Remote)
RESOURCES
A-MC-18E
A-MC-24E
A-MC-30E
A-MC-36E
A-MC-42E
-­‐12 INJECTORS
A-MC-4E
A-MC-6E
A-MC-8E
A-MC-12E
DIME N SIO N S
MC CONTROLLERS
CONTROLLERS
A-­‐ E L E CT R ICA L SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
• Transformer input: 120V ac, 60 Hz
• Transformer output: 24V ac, 2.08 amps (50 VA)
• Maximum output per station: 24V ac, 1.24 amps
• Maximum output to valves: 24V ac, 1.68 amps (including
master valve)
VALVES
Example:
How to order
O P E R AT IN G SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
•Watering day cycles per program:
- Any days of the week
- Odd or Even date watering
- Day intervals from 1- 60 days
•Station run times:
- 0-59 seconds in 1-second increments
- 1 minute to 10 hours in 1-minute increments
•Global water budget & monthly water budget:
- 0% to 255% in 1%-increments
FILTERS
UND E R STAN DI NG PA RT NU M BE RS
cabinet/pedestal in place
EMISSION
DEVICES
The MC-E Series irrigation controller has
advanced features designed for valve and
pump control applications in agriculture,
including a looping feature to reliably
control misting, cooling and fogging in
greenhouse and nursery applications. New
flow monitoring and diagnostic features
detect unscheduled flow events and alarms
users. For small to large growers, the new
MC-E has what it takes.
Backward compatible face panel to existing MC Plus-B cabinets
on site Allows field upgrades to the new MC-E while leaving
FITTINGS
Commercial-grade, heavy-duty, lockable,
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IBOC™ PLUS SERIES
FE ATUR E S & B E N E FITS
Battery, 6V dc power or optional solar power
Provides operation in areas with no AC power
Commercial-grade, lockable steel cabinets and pedestals
For vandal resistance and longer service life
Three independent programs
Offer concurrent operation capability and scheduling flexibility
Odd/even day calendar with day exclusion; seven-day calendar; or one to 62 skip days
To match water restrictions and varied plant water requirements
Non-volatile memory
Retains all program data for reliable operation
Program cycle looping Provides continuous program repeat operation within a selectable
watering window for “grow in” periods
Designed to control irrigation systems
with no A.C. power, the Irritrol® Plus
controller operates with a battery or it’s
optional SPC-2 solar power converter. For
dependable performance in commercial
applications, the IBOC Plus features a steel
cabinet and key/lock door as well as an
Solar Option
Solar power converter can be mounted up to 80 feet from
IBOC Plus (SPC-2 option, sold separately)
Simple mounting on top of any IBOC Plus controller model or mounted
up to 80 feet from the controller
Maintenance-free gel cell battery: (3-year life) inside solar converter
Solar load ratio: 6-to-1 (provides full power to IBOC Plus with
only two hours of direct sunlight per day)
Output: 25-27 V dc/50mA
Solar amp/hrs. per day: 600mA, typical
Load amp/hrs. per day: 100mA, typical
Operation temperature: -22°F to +140°F (-30°C to +60°C)
Storage temperature: -40°F to +185°F (-40°C to +85°C)
optional steel locking pedestal for freestanding installations.
O P E R AT IN G SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
• Station run times: 1-minute to 23 hours, 59 minutes
• Start times: 8 per program for up to 24 daily starts
OPTIONAL SOLAR POWER CONVERTER (A-SPC-2)
• Watering schedule: 7-day calendar, odd /even day
with day exclusion or 1-62 skip days
• Water budgeting: 10-200% in 10% increments
E L E CT R ICA L SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
• Powered by one 6-volt alkaline battery (not included) or
one SPC-2 (solar power converter) sold separately
• Output: 24 V dc latching (A-DCL)
• Master valve output 24 V dc latching (A-DCL)
• Rain sensor input selectable per program
•Irritrol®, Hardie® and Richdel® valves must be converted from
AC with 24 V dc latching solenoids (A-DCL)
DIME N SIO N S
• IBOC Plus: H: 91 ⁄4”, W: 10 3 ⁄4”, D: 51 ⁄4”
• SPC-2: H: 4 9 ⁄ 16”, W: 10 3 ⁄4”, D: 3 3 ⁄ 8”
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JUNIOR DC CONTROLLER
Battery-Operated
Provides automatic irrigation in areas without A.C. power
DRIPLINE
FE ATUR E S & B E N E FITS
Waterproof (IP68)
To survive the occasional flooded valve box ..
Mount right on the D.C. solenoid or wall mount up to 900’ away
1- and 4-Station Model
HOSE
Valve Mounted Or Wall Mount Option
For temporary power to one valve or permanent power to a
system without A.C.
Saves water by preventing irrigation during a downpour
Use Irritrol A-DCL, DC Latching Solenoid
O P E R AT IN G SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
• 3 Start Times per program
• Watering Time: 1-155 minutes (in 1-minute increments)
• 2 Programs
• 7-day “select day” watering schedule or day intervals from
1-14 days
• Uses one, 9-volt, Alkaline battery
• Output to solenoid is a DC pulse
• Use with Irritrol DC latching solenoid (A-DCL) and Irritrol valves
• Maximum wire length to DCL: 660’ to 960’ depending on
wire gauge (see below)
Maximum Wire Length
660 feet
#16
800 feet
#14
960 feet
CONTROLLERS
CONTROLLERS
#18
Model
VALVES
• UL listed
MO DE L S
Description
A-JRDC-1
1-station
A-JRDC-4
4-station
DIME N SIO N S
• 1 station: H: 11 ⁄ 2”, W: 13 ⁄4”, D: 3 3 ⁄4”
INJECTORS
J UN I OR D C VA LV E M O U NT E D
FILTERS
E L E CT R ICA L SP E CIF ICAT IO N S
Wire Size
J UN I OR D C WA L L I NSTA L L AT I O N
EMISSION
DEVICES
When AC power is a problem, the
JUNIOR DC battery-operated controller
is the solution. Whether for temporary
operations like irrigation system wire
repairs or permanent applications where
AC power to the valves is expensive or
impractical, the JUNIOR DC controller
can handle the job. And because valve
boxes occasionally flood, these valvemounted controllers are waterproof. For
water savings, JUNIOR DC controllers are
compatible with wired rain sensors.
FITTINGS
Compatible With Wired Rain Sensor
• 4 stations: H: 11 ⁄ 2”, W: 1”, D: 3”
RESOURCES
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PUMP START RELAY
FE ATUR E S & B E N E FITS
Electrical relays for both low voltage (24V ac) control switching and high voltage (120V ac or 240V ac) main power
contacts
•A llows remote pump switching using 24V ac output from
an irrigation controller’s master valve/pump start circuit
•O pens and closes main power contacts for pumps
(1HP at 120V ac 1 Phase or 2HP at 250V ac 1 Phase)
Note: 2HP at 120V ac will exceed maximum amp rating.
Highly efficient 0.1 Amp operating requirement
Draws less holding power than most solenoid valves
Can also be used with the Irritrol PC Control system for
switching control of low voltage landscape lighting Saves the expense of an extra timer and puts irrigation and landscape lighting control
in one location on the owner’s computer
With a lockable, vandal- and weatherresistant case, the Irritrol® SR-1 can be
mounted indoors or outdoors to provide
reliable switching control for pumps or
other electrical devices from the controller.
A DDE D F E AT UR E S
• Enclosed, weather-resistant case
- Allows the flexibility of indoor or outdoor mounting
• Five-year warranty
E L E CT R ICA L R AT IN G S
• Contacts: Up to 1 HP at 120V ac, 1 Phase Up to 2 HP at 250V ac, 1 Phase (20A at 250V ac)
• Coil: 24V ac, 3VA (19V ac Min, 30V ac Max)
• Coil Draw: 0.1Amp
DIME N SIO N S
• H: 9 1 ⁄2”, W: 6 1 ⁄4”, D: 3 3 ⁄4”
A-SR-1 AS A PUMP START RELAY
112
Toro Micro-Irrigation
Injectors
CHEMICAL INJECTORS
WATER FLOW
O P E R AT IO N
Mazzei injectors are venturi-type injectors: When pressurized
water enters the injector inlet, it is constricted toward the injection
chamber and changes into a high-velocity jet stream. The
increase in velocity through the injection chamber results in a
decrease in pressure, thereby enabling an additive material to
be drawn through the suction port and entrained into the water
stream. As the jet stream is diffused toward the injector outlet,
its velocity is reduced and it is reconverted into pressure energy
(but at a pressure lower than injector inlet pressure).
THREAD
HASTELLOY
C-22 SPRING
TEFLON® SUCTION
PORT BALL*
KEL-F GASKET
SUCTION PORT CAP
A P P L ICAT IO N
THREAD
• Agricultural irrigation systems using drip and /or sprinkler
irrigation, or any pressurized water system where a gas or
liquid needs to be injected
HOSE BARB
SUCTION
FE ATUR E S A N D B E N E FITS
*Teflon® is a registered trademark of the
Dupont Company, which has no affiliation
with Mazzei Injector Company.
Mazzei injectors offer an economical highly
efficient means of injecting liquids, such as
chlorine, fertilizers, and other agricultural
chemicals, into a pressurized water system.
Mazzei injectors use differential pressure to
create a low-pressure zone which draws the
chemicals into a pressurized water line.
• Saves labor
• Safe to use as the chemicals are under vacuum, not pressure
• Ensures even distribution of chemicals
• No external power source is required in most systems
• Low maintenance - no moving parts
• Chemicals cannot be injected when the irrigation system is off
• Available in Polypropylene or PVDF
• Available with NPT or BSPT threads
• Injector Selection Tool available at www.toro.com
WHY P VDF
PVDF is extremely resistant to most agricultural chemicals: Sulfuric acid, Nitric acid, Chlorine, and Gypsum (Gypsum is very
abrasive). Polypropylene is not recommended for the above
materials.
Bypass and Suction Line Kit:
UN DE R STAN DI NG PA RT NU M BE R S
Flow
Example part number:
AIV1583A-P (1.5" MNPT black poly injector)
XXX
XXXXX
-
XXX
(blank) PVDF (Kynar®)
P
Polypropylene black
PPG
Polypropylene green
Injector model number
Note: Injector not
included in the kits
AIV NPT threads
AIC BSPT threads
114
Suction Line Kit:
1. Tubing clamp
2. Metering Valve
3. Tubing (10FT.)
4. Strainer
Toro Micro-Irrigation
TAPE
CHEMICAL INJECTORS
Operating Pressure
PSIG
5
15
25
35
0.28
*(10.5)
0.32
*(15.0)
0.35
*(18.5)
0.39
*(22.5)
0.41
*(26.0)
0.43
*(29.5)
0.46
*(33.5)
0.48
*(37.0)
5.4
2.7
1.7
5.8
3.7
2.0
0.6
5.9
4.8
2.6
0.7
6.0
5.8
3.8
2.4
0.8
6.0
6.0
4.8
3.4
1.7
0.6
6.0
6.0
5.5
4.2
2.6
1.2
6.0
6.0
5.8
4.9
3.4
2.7
1.0
6.0
6.0
5.7
4.7
3.5
2.1
0.7
*(3.5)
0.32
*(7.7)
0.42
*(11.5)
0.51
*(16.0)
0.58
*(19.5)
0.65
*(24.5)
0.70
*(27.0)
0.75
*(31.0)
0.81
*(35.0)
0.85
*(39.0)
6.2
4.8
1.9
0.8
6.8
4.1
2.9
1.3
7.0
6.1
3.4
1.9
0.5
7.8
6.9
4.4
2.3
8.0
7.9
5.6
3.6
1.7
8.1
8.0
6.8
5.0
3.0
1.1
8.1
8.1
7.4
6.3
4.3
2.7
0.3
8.1
8.1
8.1
6.9
5.5
4.0
2.4
8.3
8.3
8.3
8.0
5.9
4.5
3.0
1.2
Motive
Flow GPM
Water
Suction
GPH
Motive
Flow GPM
0.7
10.3
8.7
7.4
5.0
0.7
*(3.9)
1.0
*(8.2)
1.2
*(12.9)
1.4
*(16.5)
1.6
*(20.5)
1.7
*(25.2)
1.9
*(28.6)
2.0
*(32.0)
2.1
*(36.1)
2.2
*(39.6)
15.3
11.5
7.6
2.0
13.3
11.3
8.4
4.8
13.0
13.1
9.2
6.3
2.5
14.1
14.2
12.7
6.6
14.1
14.4
13.8
10.7
4.5
14.4
14.4
14.4
13.7
9.4
2.9
14.1
14.1
13.9
13.9
12.6
7.5
2.0
13.7
13.7
13.7
13.7
13.7
12.1
6.1
14.1
14.1
14.1
14.1
13.5
13.5
10.1
6.0
*(2.9)
1.0
*(6.6)
1.2
*(9.6)
1.4
*(12.4)
1.6
*(15.0)
1.7
*(18.0)
1.9
*(20.8)
2.0
*(22.8)
2.1
*(26.1)
2.2
*(28.7)
Water
Suction
GPH
11.7
8.6
4.0
17.5
13.5
2.0
27.7
11.7
4.1
29.6
17.1
3.0
33.1
22.4
11.2
33.8
24.6
17.3
6.9
33.7
29.0
19.1
10.7
33.9
31.5
24.1
14.2
3.5
33.9
31.6
30.7
18.9
11.0
1.4
33.8
32.7
31.7
25.3
15.2
6.7
Model 484
1/2" & 3/4" Threads
Motive
Flow GPM
1.2
*(4.4)
1.7
*(8.4)
2.1
*(12.5)
2.4
*(17.0)
2.7
*(21.6)
2.9
*(25.5)
3.2
*(29.5)
3.4
*(33.3)
3.6
*(36.8)
3.8
*(41.0)
Water
Suction
GPH
14.6
10.4
6.6
18.7
13.9
6.0
2.7
18.7
11.4
8.2
18.0
15.6
9.4
7.7
17.8
17.2
13.7
7.4
17.2
17.0
16.6
11.2
7.0
17.3
17.3
17.3
17.3
11.1
3.9
17.1
17.7
17.7
17.7
15.2
11.4
4.0
17.2
17.2
17.4
17.4
16.7
13.8
10.2
3.6
17.4
17.4
17.7
17.7
17.7
16.4
12.7
7.7
Model 484X
3/4" Threads
Motive
Flow GPM
Water
Suction
GPH
1.2
23.5
16.6
11.9
7.3
*(3.5)
1.7
*(7.5)
2.1
*(9.6)
2.4
*(13.2)
2.7
*(16.5)
2.9
*(19.8)
3.2
*(23.5)
3.4
*(26.1)
3.6
*(29.6)
3.8
*(32.6)
29.7
23.0
11.8
3.7
38.6
20.9
15.6
39.5
27.6
13.3
8.4
39.5
32.1
22.0
9.9
39.7
38.1
28.8
17.0
40.3
39.3
33.8
24.2
14.7
40.8
38.6
38.5
29.9
20.6
6.5
41.4
39.0
37.9
34.9
26.9
18.2
41.6
40.4
39.1
37.3
29.4
20.2
INJECTORS
50
*(7.0)
5.2
2.6
1.8
1.2
1/2" Threads
CONTROLLERS
45
0.24
4.7
2.8
1.2
0.29
Model 384X
1/2" Threads
VALVES
40
*(3.5)
3.2
2.0
1.1
Motive
Flow GPM
Water
Suction
GPH
Model 384
FILTERS
30
0.17
1/2" Threads
EMISSION
DEVICES
20
0
1
2
3
4
0
2
5
7
8
0
5
7
10
12
0
5
10
12
15
0
5
10
15
20
0
5
10
15
20
25
0
5
10
15
20
25
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
Motive
Flow GPM
Water
Suction
GPH
Model 287
FITTINGS
10
Injector
OUTLET
1/2" Threads
HOSE
Injector
INLET
Model 283
DRIPLINE
Injector Performance Table
Water Suction Capacity - Injector Inlet Pressure 5-50 PSIG
* Numbers in parenthesis indicate the injector pressure when suction stops (Zero Suction Point).
RESOURCES
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CHEMICAL INJECTORS
Injector Performance Table
Water Suction Capacity - Injector Inlet Pressure 5-50 PSIG
Operating Pressure
PSIG
Injector
INLET
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
Injector
OUTLET
0
1
2
3
4
0
2
5
7
8
0
5
7
10
12
0
5
10
12
15
0
5
10
15
20
0
5
10
15
20
25
0
5
10
15
20
25
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
Model 584
1/2" & 3/4" Threads
Motive
Flow GPM
2.1
*(4.4)
3.0
*(9.0)
3.6
*(13.5)
4.2
*(18.0)
4.7
*(22.0)
5.1
*(27.0)
5.5
*(31.5)
5.9
*(35.5)
6.3
*(40.0)
6.6
*(45.0)
Water
Suction
GPH
29.2
28.9
28.5
25.4
10.0
28.3
28.2
27.5
13.3
11.0
28.2
27.9
28.0
14.0
11.0
24.8
24.8
23.7
19.2
14.6
25.2
25.2
25.1
20.8
12.2
25.3
25.4
24.9
25.2
18.2
11.6
25.5
25.5
25.4
25.3
21.9
16.5
25.6
25.6
25.6
25.5
25.2
21.3
15.0
25.9
26.0
26.0
25.9
25.7
23.6
19.4
13.5
25.6
25.6
25.6
25.5
25.4
24.5
21.6
15.8
2.8
Model 684
3/4" Threads
Motive
Flow GPM
3.5
*(4.3)
5.0
*(8.5)
6.1
*(13.0)
7.0
*(16.5)
7.8
*(21.0)
8.6
*(26.0)
9.3
*(29.5)
9.9
*(35.0)
10.5
*(37.5)
11.1
*(42.0)
Water
Suction
GPH
27.4
20.3
13.8
6.6
5.6
27.2
27.3
18.5
10.9
6.1
26.1
26.1
25.1
12.9
7.0
25.1
25.2
25.2
18.4
10.4
24.8
24.9
24.9
24.4
5.2
24.5
24.6
24.6
24.6
14.7
6.8
24.7
24.6
24.7
24.8
24.9
12.9
25.0
25.0
25.1
25.0
25.1
24.7
10.8
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.1
25.1
25.1
20.6
8.4
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.1
24.9
25.0
17.1
9.2
6.7
Model 878
1" Model 885X
Threads
Threads
Motive
Flow GPM
3.7
*(4.0)
5.2
*(8.7)
6.3
*(12.5)
7.3
*(16.5)
8.2
*(21.0)
9.0
*(26.1)
9.7
*(30.1)
10.3
*(34.4)
11.0
*(38.4)
11.6
*(42.3)
Water
Suction
GPH
Motive
Flow GPM
Water
Suction
GPH
3.6
78.1
62.6
42.7
15.5
62.9
36.1
23.8
7.3
1.7
93.8
62.0
36.5
15.8
3.7
87.4
62.1
45.5
23.6
7.2
82.9
80.5
48.6
33.6
21.0
82.3
81.3
73.2
45.3
20.1
79.9
79.2
77.0
65.4
35.4
9.1
79.4
79.4
77.5
74.5
52.3
30.3
77.5
77.5
77.5
77.5
73.6
50.6
28.2
79.6
79.6
79.6
79.6
78.8
67.0
44.2
22.0
74.8
74.8
74.8
74.8
74.8
68.3
56.2
36.6
9.6
* Numbers in parenthesis indicate the injector pressure when suction stops (Zero Suction Point).
116
1"
Toro Micro-Irrigation
*(4.0)
5.0
*(7.5)
6.2
*(11.0)
7.1
*(14.0)
8.0
*(17.0)
8.7
*(20.5)
9.4
*(24.0)
10.1
*(27.0)
10.7
*(31.0)
11.3
*(36.0)
115.9
90.8
44.8
19.4
135.3
83.2
58.0
19.2
141.9
117.4
57.7
36.2
142.7
135.8
96.5
38.4
144.1
140.7
125.3
69.3
14.3
142.4
141.7
135.7
106.7
54.2
141.0
141.1
139.1
128.0
90.5
36.9
140.9
139.7
139.2
134.8
112.1
74.5
23.2
139.6
140.5
140.5
139.1
128.1
106.8
59.0
12.9
Model 1078
1" Threads
Model 1583A
11/2" Threads
Motive
Flow GPM
Water
Suction
GPH
Motive
Flow GPM
5.5
101.5
56.4
22.2
2.7
10.7
*(4.0)
7.7
*(8.1)
9.5
*(13.1)
11.0
*(17.3)
12.2
*(21.9)
13.4
*(26.0)
14.5
*(30.0)
15.5
*(34.4)
16.4
*(38.7)
17.3
*(43.9)
105.8
75.7
41.8
19.2
4.4
101.3
79.9
64.7
34.3
17.0
98.2
95.4
70.0
51.5
30.3
96.0
96.7
89.4
68.2
31.9
94.4
94.5
94.5
82.1
55.4
17.9
94.0
94.0
94.0
91.9
74.1
47.3
93.2
93.2
93.2
93.2
91.9
72.2
42.7
92.8
92.8
92.8
92.8
93.9
86.9
66.2
36.7
92.4
92.4
92.4
92.4
92.4
92.4
86.4
64.3
35.0
*(4.4)
15.2
*(8.6)
18.6
*(13.0)
21.5
*(17.9)
24.0
*(22.1)
26.3
*(26.0)
28.4
*(29.4)
30.3
*(33.4)
32.2
*(37.5)
33.9
*(41.9)
Water
Suction
GPH
135.8
84.5
53.3
219.9
143.8
78.8
42.0
225.2
163.8
124.4
86.5
14.6
228.0
205.4
143.5
131.7
66.2
226.8
226.4
193.9
148.1
49.0
226.5
226.4
211.6
167.3
125.5
18.3
226.7
226.5
224.2
205.7
164.8
89.1
227.3
228.7
227.2
220.5
192.8
153.4
81.5
227.9
228.3
228.0
223.5
212.4
174.9
113.1
47.1
227.4
227.4
226.3
225.6
224.4
203.7
172.4
120.6
40.5
TAPE
Operating Pressure
PSIG
5
15
25
35
18.6
*(9.4)
21.5
*(12.7)
24.0
*(15.4)
26.3
*(19.3)
28.4
*(22.4)
30.3
*(25.5)
32.2
*(28.7)
33.9
*(32.4)
262.0
157.7
86.6
308.6
231.9
120.2
39.3
324.6
275.5
204.5
50.5
323.1
299.7
251.2
137.5
326.3
318.1
286.7
204.1
66.7
324.3
321.3
307.8
257.1
146.6
11.9
326.0
324.1
318.1
287.2
210.2
106.9
323.0
319.3
315.5
296.7
251.8
156.8
45.4
Motive
Flow GPM
17.7
244.3
102.9
91.5
54.2
34
*(4.1)
25.0
*(8.7)
30.7
*(13.5)
35.4
*(17.0)
39.6
*(22.1)
43.3
*(25.6)
46.8
*(29.0)
50
*(33.2)
53.1
*(38.3)
56
*(41.0)
269.7
249.1
103.7
58.3
14.4
270.6
184.7
154.2
98.6
38.0
267.1
265.7
174.6
142.0
88.0
265.2
264.9
229.6
156.8
55.1
263.5
261.5
268.3
200.4
164.8
33.4
285.7
284.7
287.7
251.8
191.7
143.8
287.0
284.9
282.6
278.4
244.5
180.3
115.5
259.8
259.2
260.4
257.1
256.9
225.9
157.1
73.5
260.5
259.7
259.7
258.3
257.3
252.4
205.4
137.2
75.1
*(4.5)
48
*(9.0)
59
*(13.3)
68
*(17.5)
77
*(22.3)
84
*(26.0)
91
*(30.5)
97
*(33.5)
103
*(38.0)
108
*(41.5)
Water
Suction
GPH
Motive
Flow GPM
630
630
630
215
136
630
630
468
149
30
631
623
576
213
77
631
631
468
299
152
631
631
627
404
134
631
631
631
511
341
62
631
631
631
627
460
256
631
631
631
631
524
394
169
631
631
631
631
67
508
341
149
631
631
631
631
631
588
453
300
115
8.4
*(1.4)
13.1
*(2.4)
Water
Suction
GPH
456
158
561
154
671
16.1
*(3.7)
18.9
*(5.7)
21.8
*(7.1)
23.1
*(8.8)
24.4
*(10.4)
26.4
*(11.6)
27.7
*(13.4)
Model 3090
3" Threads
812
429
849
780
853
670
288
897
920
389
948
749
486
1175
1278
579
4" Threads
Motive
Flow GPM
Water
Suction
GPH
Motive
Flow GPM
76
1050
900
756
456
170
*(4.0)
108
*(8.5)
132
757
237
Model 4091
*(13.5)
153.0
*(17.0)
171
*(21.5)
187
*(25.5)
202
*(29.5)
216
*(32.5)
229
*(36.0)
28.6
242
*(14.4)
*(40.5)
1446
1446
870
396
1434
1428
1044
552
300
1416
1416
1170
792
432
1344
1344
1356
930
114
1308
1308
1308
1284
576
1290
1290
1266
1266
906
396
1254
1254
1254
1254
1110
714
228
1260
1260
1260
1260
1200
960
582
1236
1236
1236
1236
1236
1194
882
498
*(4.5)
214
*(8.8)
251
*(13.1)
272
*(17.5)
307
*(21.7)
332
*(26.0)
360
*(30.5)
382
*(35.0)
402
*(38.9)
416
*(43.1)
Water
Suction
GPH
2100
1500
1200
840
360
2820
2820
1860
780
240
2820
2820
2280
720
360
2820
2820
2700
1800
720
2820
2820
2820
1980
420
2820
2820
2820
2580
1380
240
2820
2820
2820
2820
2640
1440
2820
2820
2820
2820
2820
1860
900
2820
2820
2820
2820
2820
2820
2400
960
2820
2820
2820
2820
2820
2820
2640
1620
360
INJECTORS
50
*(6.5)
Motive
Flow GPM
Water
Suction
GPH
2" Threads
CONTROLLERS
45
15.2
241.5
155.9
43.4
Model 2083X
2" Threads
VALVES
40
*(3.5)
123.5
74.8
26.3
Model 2081
FILTERS
30
10.7
11/2" Threads
EMISSION
DEVICES
20
0
1
2
3
4
0
2
5
7
8
0
5
7
10
12
0
5
10
12
15
0
5
10
15
20
0
5
10
15
20
25
0
5
10
15
20
25
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
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5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
Motive
Flow GPM
Water
Suction
GPH
Model 1587
FITTINGS
10
Injector
OUTLET
11/2" Threads
HOSE
Injector
INLET
Model 1585X
DRIPLINE
Injector Performance Table
Water Suction Capacity - Injector Inlet Pressure 5-50 PSIG
* Numbers in parenthesis indicate the injector pressure when suction stops (Zero Suction Point).
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What Is Drip Irrigation?
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Drip Irrigation Works …. and Pays!
Cox Valley View Farms, Long Island, KS
Even before the perfect storm of diminished water supplies, rising corn prices and
government cost-share funding hit the plains, Steven Cox knew his irrigated farms
would have to change. That’s why he installed his first Subsurface Drip Irrigation
System over nine years ago on his 4,000 acre operation, and has installed an additional
120 acres of Toro drip irrigation since.
Drip Irrigation
on corn and
soybeans at
Cox Farms
provides:
yields
• Lower labor costs
• More precise application
of fertilizers
• Low operating pressure
• EQIP cost share funding
opportunities
Gravity Irrigation 2004
in marginal fields
Estimated Volume (Dry) (bu/ac)
194.69 – 386.78 (0.00 ac)
207.16 – 542.99 (0.00 ac)
179.79 – 187.82 (0.00 ac)
168.76 – 190.35 (0.00 ac)
Benefits
of Drip on
Potatoes:
Growers
everywhere
are adopting
drip irrigation
systems.
plant roots
Drip Irrigation
Works … and Pays.
be the judge
– could you
“I was impressed with Clearwater’s
abilit y to not only design, sell and install
a system, but to also guide me through
start-up and operation. The chief
designer lived here for a month to help “Toro BlueLine
me through the first system, and for the
9 years since, the service has been
excellent wetting
exceptional.”
Design and Installation
Revenue from
delivers
patterns,
but best of all, everything
Drip irrigation allows for
targeted water
Benefits of
drip at Reiter
Berry Farms:
Benefits of Drip
on Lettuce:
Benefits of
drip on celery:
• Manipulate the wetting
patter as desired
Costs
withoutEnergy
raising
pressures or requiring
thicker mil tapes on
wider spaced emitter
tapes. Enviromental
Revenue from greater than 16") can cause salt buildup
irrigation where dripline or drip
leach salts in permanentIncreased
crops,over
and
40 years ago to help irrigate
Quality
salinit y for salt sensitive bet ween the holes. If seeds are later
tape “lateral lines” (tubes buried
crops in challenging terrain and
crops. In addition, the manual planted in those salt y areas, they will
dilute soil
Increased
with limited, expensive water
supplies. Drip irrigation consists
• Yields
• Flexibility
• Convenience
beneath the crop rows) and supply
andicro-sprinklers
flushing “submains”
have (pipespressure, high flow rate,
supplying water to the lateral lines)
M
Labor Costs
• Quality
of a network of plastic pipes and
long been used to
conventional sprinkler systems
Benefits
of a
are provide
buried beneath
emission devices that:
climatethe soil surface
to wash off the leaves. Plus,
multi-year
Fertilizer Costs
Micro-Sprinkler
controlfor
and
irrigate use.
fruit,The technique
micro-sprinklers reduce or
• Delivers water and nutrients
burying
less expensive
Bi- eliminate expensive pesticide
nut andofcover
crops.
Now,
directly to the soil and roots
IPM System:
Wall drip tape
at low pressure and flow rates
micro-sprinklers
can laterals
be usedbeneath costs – which is important for both
field
was pioneered
• Water Use
• Is typically
of ancrops
integrated
pest in theconventional and organic growers.
Costs
• Pesticide
Suppresses
dustoperated
and at as part American
Southwest
12" frequent intervals of variedmanagement
Quality
Efficiency
(IPM)
plan indecades ago,
detrimental
to address multiple
Emitter durationinsects
Micro-sprinkler IPM systems
and as
haswell.
sinceBy
been
implemented
row crops,
placing
a
Drip irrigation allows
• Ability to Farm Spacing farming objectives and
are easy to install, operate
researchers and above
growers alike.
• Increases
humidity
micro-sprinklers
challenges
associated with grid of by
for targeted water
and maintain. Although field
SDI
technique
now being
in Drought
managing moisture in the the cropThe
and
operating
it is
a few
and encourages
applications, where
used
throughout
the
world on alayouts will vary, a typical
8"crop rootzone
Conditions
times a week, dust is washed
beneficial
insects
runoff, leaching and
Emitter
grain, forage andapplication includes either Toro
• May accommodate a wide off the wide
leavesrange
and ofhumidity
Spacing
wetting of non-targeted Decreased
range
of
block
sizes,
shapes
Micro-Sprinkler VI Classic or
fiber crops
including alfalfa, corn,
• Can apply as little as
is increased
– suppressing
and flow rates
areas is avoided or
cotton,
soybeans
and sugarcane.Toro Micro Sprinkler PC and
Toro
Aqua-Traxx
tapeat
1/10th
the drip
water
•
Energy
Costs
harmful
pests
and
encouraging
• Allows easy access to the
completely eliminated.
arranges them on a 20-foot by
In addition to drip tape, thinwall
1/5th the
fieldpressure
for cultural operations,beneficial insects. For example,
20-foot grid above the plants,
• Labor Costs
integral
driplines
are
commonly
sometimes even when
vs. conventional
mites and spider mites favor
plastic mulch and buried drip
usedenvironments,
as well.
irrigating
hot, dusty
sprinklers
- reducing
tubing. The micro-sprinklers
whereas beneficial predatory
runoff, energy, labor
are threaded into a stake which
insects, such as persimilis,
and risk.
is inserted into the bed, and
thrive best where humidity
then connected via a micro• Minimizes the use
levels are between 60 to 90
tubing assembly to drip laterals,
of expensive and/or
percent. By applying a light
such as Toro Blue Stripe®
undesirable pesticides
application of water to the crop
polyethylene round tubing.
several times a week, dust,
• Works for organic or
mites and webbing are washed
System pressure and flows
conventional crops
off while the resulting increased are low, similar to drip tape
humidity encourages beneficial
irrigation systems, and tripping
predator species.
hazards caused by sprinkler
pipe are virtually eliminated.
In addition, using microNormal drip irrigation
sprinklers reduces runoff,
maintenance practices apply,
energy, labor and risk, and
including filtration and periodic
eliminates the need for high
line flushing.
Benefits of
Drip on
Processing
Tomatoes:
An ASABE Meeting Presentation
Paper Number: 1110945.
Benefits of Using Pressure Compensating (PC)
Micro-Irrigation Emission Devices
Inge Bisconer, Technical Marketing and Sales Manager, Toro Micro-Irrigation
Written for presentation at the
2011 ASABE Annual International Meeting
Sponsored by ASABE
Gault House
Louisville, Kentucky
August 7 – 10, 2011
Yields increased 50-100% using drip irrigation
vs. conventional sprinkler/gravity fields.
An ASABE Meeting Presentation
Abstract . Micro-Irrigation systems routinely achieve design emission uniformities (EU) of over
90% on fields that have great variability in length of run or terrain. Excellent design EU’s may be
Paper Number: 1610718
achieved with both pressure compensating (PC) and non-pressure compensating (non-PC) drip
tape, dripline, online emitters, sprays and micro-sprinkler emission devices using proper
hydraulic design. However, in many cases, PC devices are preferred due to superior
performance. Until recently, PC devices commanded a substantial price premium over non-PC
devices which limited widespread adoption. But due to manufacturing innovations over the past
decade, high performance PC driplines are now available at a marginal price premium
compared to non-PC driplines, which has resulted in their widespread adoption compared to
Thriving
in Drought
with
Subsurface
non-PC
driplines. The
same
is expected to Drip
occur Irrigation
for drip tapes(SDI):
through manufacturing
innovations that are expected to create higher performance PC drip tapes that command only a
Case Studies and Tools
marginal price premium vs. currently available PC and non-PC drip tapes. As widespread
adoption takes place, significant benefits are expected as a result of improving irrigation
uniformity with PC.
Chuck Herrin
Worth Farms
Huron, CA
Reduce water and/or fertilizer use:
Apply water and fertilizer at 95-98% efficiency
Eliminate wasting water or fertilizer from runoff, deep percolation, evaporation
or wind drift.
Avoid fertilizer tie up associated with surface applications
Reduce tractor use:
Eliminate tractor driven fertilizer applications
Reduce tillage operations
Reduce energy/fuel usage:
Irrigate at low pressures, from 8-15 psi
Reduce labor:
Automate irrigation with controllers and valves
benefit?
• Achieve
a more
Increased
Yields
continuous soil wetting
pattern on many soil
types Water Costs
Reduce capital expenses:
Use the same system for dozens of years
FILTERS
inch lateral spacing to accommodate that is motivating us.” The f lood
both alfalfa and future vegetable irrigated fields t ypically use about
crops as well. “The system is one acre foot of water per ton of
designed to apply about .06 inches yield. On average, that equates to
Increase
of water per hour, and peak ET can about 12-13 acre
feet of Income
water per
Increase12-13
yields and
quality:
be replaced on the whole system in acre to yield about
tons
of
Irrigation
Deliver water and nutrients directly to corn and/or rotation crop roots when
about 16 hours of any 24 hour day.Dripalfalfa
per acre. “Even
if we use the
needed.
This way we have a little breathing same amount of water
in the future,
Double crop into wheat, soybeans or sorghum
room if we need to run a littledelivers
whichwater
I doubt we will,
we will
more acres:
longer or work around harvest hopefully be Irrigate
yielding
30 to 40
Low application rates allow irrigation of more acres with limited water supplies.
logistics.”
more alfalfa
with the same
andpercent
nutrients
Irrigate hilly terrain and/or odd shaped parcels
Other growers
The Thomas’ planted the drip amount of water.
Irrigate fields from corner to corner
have achieved
this – there is no
blocks in September, and by May directly
to
Decrease Costs
have already cut three times to reap reason why we can’t.”
190.35 – 207.16 (0.00 ac)
worked great the first time
pound bag of onions
is– superior
applications, where
– 179.79 (0.00 ac)
146.61
168.76 (0.00 because
ac)
Reduced water170.60
usage
Row Crop Growers Using Drip Tape for More Than Irrigation
• Quick
on 124.06
uniform
in (0.00
size,ac)shape Made Easy
thepayback
crop is more
160.99 – 170.60 (0.00 ac)
– 146.61
runoff, leaching and
I turned the system on.”
Today half of Standage’s onions are
and cost
color, thus the
system
138.33 – 160.99 (0.00 ac)
90.84customer
– 124.05 (0.00is
ac) more
grown with drip. Since crops areReiter
rotatedBerry Farms, Watsonville and UCCE, Monterey Count y, CA
pleased. I use drip to9.80
keep
my(0.00
customers
Reduced fertilizer
wetting of non-targeted
11.94usage
– 138.88 (0.00 ac)
– 90.84
ac)
on each field, the portable drip system
• Yieldcoming
increase
of 400
back.”
areas is avoided or
is custom designed each year. This could
But Cox has experienced other benefits
from
irrigation. In comparison with
pounds
perdrip
acre
Jon Weilmunster has roots in farming, but Of course Washington and his friends’ drip
Standage,
who
farms along with his
Reduced
labor
be confusing, but Clearwater makessupplier
it
are located over four hours away,
f lood, drip requires little labor, and in
comparison
to pivots,
energy
requirements
completely eliminated.
didn’tare
buy his
hops yard until
father
Dorrance
and son
Joseph,
began
easy
byfirstsupplying
him2002.
withHisa new
• Water
use
reduced
in
half
so
a
local
friend
referred
Jon
to
Jim
Klauzer
low. Fertilizers can be placed precisely
where
needed,
and
no-till
farming
becomes
a
commitment
work long
hours, seven
days for
experimenting with drip in 1999 as part
“Designto and
Installation
Manual”
Row crop
growers were among the first
Improved
realit y.field
Cornaccessibility
is planted directly into of
thecontinuous
residue, which
is managed
by rotating
efforts
to find better
ways
a with
week
during
the growing
season is data.
a ofInClearwater Supply. “I called Jim on a
each
field with
all the pertinent
greatlyrunoff,regulators
farmers
to adopt
irrigation
as he
a had a
Saturday,
and drip
by Monday
evening
soybeans. Best of all, no water•isFertilizer
wasted
to use
evaporation,
wind drift or
deep
to farm.
“Government
were
lifestyle
commonClearwater’s
to many growers,
the has
addition,
Jim but
Klauzer
production
tool for
rather
savesystem
reduced
quote ready
me.”than
Thetoinitial
getting
serious
about
reducing
runoff
percolation, and uniformit y is generally
greater
than 90%.
“This
means that
with
aset
1” him
with moisture
sensorsbywhich,
burden
has up
somewhat
been eased
water.him
Initially,
a and
farms,
and we
felt and
thisthewas
cost
$1,300drip
per was
acre viewed
for 105 as
acres,
application of water, the driest plant from
will receive
.90 inches
of water,
wettest
together
with drip
ETirrigation
data, system
help
adopting
a high quality
•
Fertigation
allowed
way to manipulate plant
in onions
important.”
Half
acreage
how many
hours
tosuperior
irrigate,
plant will receive 1.10 inches. This allows
me to get
thehis
most
from is
every
gallon
of determine
from
Clearwater Supply.
“It was
basically
a included the pump, dropping in three
which
are rotated
feeding
of with corn, wheat and and when. They still look at crop
growth
qualit
y components
by precisely
phaseand
power,
all the
of the drip
water I pump from the aquifer.”spoon
whether I wanted to stay awake color
Romaine
Lettuce Grower Prefers Drip to Sprinklers
sugarbeets. He purchased three pivots question
to andofvisual
and and
fertilizer
after
appearance to decidemanaging
whensystem,
to water
nutrients
trenching
labor. But
the cost
worrying
all summer, or sleep at night.”
“We place our drip tape on 60” centers,
andupgrading
bury the drip
between
12-18”
deep.
begin
fromlines
f lood,
but disease
irrigate,
but have learned that moisture
germination
or plant
Sprinklers
was quickly
offsetset.
by yield
increasesare
and cost
A recent root dig revealed roots
down
toweeds
5 feet deep
beyond,
problems
madeand
him
keep including
looking. an
He sensor readings of about 30 centibars
Craig
Andrus Farms, Salinas, CA
• Fewer
commonly
used to“We
germinate
vegetable
reductions.
experienced
a 400 lb per
Growers
Listen
to Growers
•the
Ability
to coincides
set transplants
had
been
watching
ofcorn
early,
impressive root densit y in the top 12”
below
both
the tape some
line and
row.”
with a crop appearance
that
seed or
set vegetable
in drip,
acre
increase intransplants,
productionand
using
local dripofpioneers in Vale, Nyssa
and
without
sprinklers
Weilmunster’s
friends in
• Elimination
t ypically triggers
an Washington
irrigation
event.
producers are eliminating the need for
some
cases,translates
are stillinto
used
today
which
about
$800 to
- $1,600
Jamison, and
“Allmentor
this helps
helped
him, save
and water
shared– otherwise,
their
sidedressing
andwas wondering who would
by using drip tape to
therevenue.
crop cycle.
But sprinklers
irrigateperthroughout
acre increased
In addition,
we
help him with the learning curve recipe
if we’d
probablycomposting
over-irrigate.”
for success:
and drip
germinate or set. This has saved them
corrugating
rill he chose. •Then
Ability
to deliver
Inline
with water,
labor,
fumigation,
that’s the for
direction
heirrigation.
have cut
waterenergy,
use in half
from four acre
“The
compost
works
like
a
Craig
Andrus
is noin stranger
to and
significant
dollars
sprinkler pipe
irrigation
organic
and
safet yrun issues
met Brian Andersen, owner
of
fumigant
via “bed
feet to
two, food
we no longer
a sidedresser
blanket, making the soil warm and moist
sprinklers,
but hascosts,
been and
usingperhaps
drip on more
movement
Clearwater Supply, at a local show.
becoming
day,
$20more
per important
acre, we noeach
longer
to acres of
fuming”
hishave400
romaine
which is important in the beginning of growers
the at are
• No dry down period
saved
a lot oflettuce
water. The
finding
drip at
provides
corrugate
for rillthat
irrigation
about
$20 importantly,
per
southeast
for over
four transplants
years
season”, explains Weilmunster. Drip had
key of
to Salinas
successfully
setting
required after irrigation
real solutions,
be used
for
and weand
havemay
far fewer
weedsnow.
to worry
“All this helps save •water
He
used
have says
a linear,
butEstrada,
when area
been weed
tried ongrowth
hops 20 years ago in much
the acre,
Reduced
with
driptotape,
Frank
more On
than
irrigation
after
Standage Farms, Inc.
about.
topjust
of that,
our fertilizer
bill has
it came
time to replace
it, he Berry
noticedFarms
the in
Treasure Valley’s deep silt loam soils, plant
but establishment.
• No siphon– tubes
to steal we’d
manager
for Reiter
otherwise,
been reduced in half which is worth
at least
trend
towards dripCA,
andis made
the
Vale, Oregon
Driptape
Irrigation Helps Vegetable Growers Overcome Challenges
failed due to lack of service on
the initial crop
• Increased
yields
Watsonville,
soil prep,
• Reduced
water
use
$40
per
acre
or
more.”
change.
“I
currently
sprinkle
the
crop
up
probably over-irrigate.”
systems. So when his Washington friends
placement and irrigation scheduling.
• Increased
uniformity using with hand
move aluminum pipe, thin,
Mike and Brian Naumann, Naumann Ranch, Oxnard, CA
asked in amazement, “How do
you grow crop
"We
“Therestopped
were obviously some adjustments,”
and then
lay outmanages
the drip tape.
But I’m
over 300
acres of
• Reduced
hops run-off
without drip?”, Weilmunster
began wetting
• Excellent
patterns
continued
Weilmunster.
“Laborers
haveEstrada
totowards
sprinklers
over three
working
germinating
with drip
strawberries
for Driscoll,
and Perhaps
is
best of all, yield and quality are
searching for a drip company. with closelypick
spaced
up the dripline at the end of the
in season
theexpected
future sotoI can
eliminate
produce
sometheof the
superior with drip irrigation. “My yields
for
anything
emitters.years
so we ago
can cross
disk,
and three phase
power altogether.”
• Reduced sprinkler costs
sprinklers
are higher, the crop is more uniform,
highest yields and qualit y in the
pre-irrigation
• Improvedexcept
crop quality
Mike and
and the
Brian
Naumann
youngperfect
quality
is betterare
because
industry. “We stopped using sprinklers
“We
experienced
a
400
(soft, pliable
leaves
growing
conditions
are to
achieved.
farmers
with a daunting
legacy
fulfill: The
• Less standing water that
three years ago for anything
except
prior
tovs.bed prep." Myover
yields are higher, the
hard,
leaf ishas
notbeen
hardgrowing
or rubbery
– it’s soft and
the family
vegetables
could harbor
Coli.increase
lb perE.acre
in rubbery leaves) as a
result of perfect growing
pliable,
just ythe
way
the But
buyers
Count
since
1898.
the want
crop is more uniform,in Ventura
conditions.
production using drip,
them.brothers
Harvest are
is not
a lotones
easier
Naumann
to too.
Using Drip Tape to Reduce
Jon Weilmunster,
and
the
quality
is
better
Conventional
fields must
down for
buckle
under
pressure,
anddryhave
which
translates
into
Runoff
and
Water,
Energy
• Reduced runoff and deep
6-7 days
to harvest,
but with
Weilmunster Farms,
Drip
a prior
can-do
attitude
to drip,Irrigation on Processing Tomatoes
• Increased crop
yieldsof perfect adopted
because
percolation
of waterCosts
and
I can irrigate
within
a day
harvest.”
about $800 - $1,600fertilizers.
perand Labor
successfully
farm 800
acres
of of
mixed
Parma, Idaho
conditions." vegetables
Worth
Farms, Huron, CA
Water is a scarce resource and
there are growing
in auses
volatile,
everpremium
changing
• Increased
crop
acre increased revenue.”
Andrus
Toro’s
Aquaand
few weed
regions left where it is cheap
• Reduced
market.
Thedrip
secret
their success?
uniformity
Traxx
tapetosupplied
by Rain for
germination
control
plentiful.and
Wasting
water not only wastes
Andrus explains that drip irrigation has
“We innovate
we California.
can, and tryBeds
to are
Rent in where
Salinas,
uniformity at the same time. This results
costs. money, but creates environmental
provided
his built
simple,”
says where
Mike three
things
• Increased
watermany benefits to keep
on 80
inch centers
in
even water
distribution
throughout
issues when farm chemicals and/or
silts
operation.
First,
no
water
or
fertilizer
is
Chuck tape
Herrin
manages
Worth Farms
in
Naumann
as 8hemil,inspects
a newly
application uniformity
lines of
7/8" Aqua-Traxx
• Reduced cultivation costs
the field
and avoidsWater
puddlesDistrict.
or runoff
leach into the groundwater or run wasted
off
down the furrows or planted
to irrigate
California’s
Westlands
celery six
field.
“We’re
also lucky
rows
of romaine
lettuce.
thatbyharbor
intopumping
surface water
supplies. Bottom
line,
percolation
beyond
the rootzone, which
• Reduced
costs
Founded
his E-Coli.
grandfather, a custom
• Reduced
water
use
to
have
role
models
who
are
industry
Row
lengths
vary
from
600
to
2,100
keyinto
successfully
can be “The
significant
sandy
soils. leaders
In feet
farmers must manage their water better
harvesterSystem
farmer, Worth
Farms today
and
always
step sizes
ahead.”
long,
but ablock
are typically
12turnedmaintenance
is routine.
During
• Reduced
and spray
addition,
drip
easilytransplants
saves two mildew
thanmildew
ever before.
• Reduced
labor
costs
setting
withacres. Outlets are either 8 orgrows
4,500
acres of drip
irrigated
cropsare
12 inches
the
irrigation
season,
the lines
costs.
sprays, which is worth about $150 "We
per apart,
depending
soilsincluding
and field
processing
tomatoes.
3,500 acres
haven't
usedonflood
or
Frank Estrada
treated
with of
chlorine
to kill
organic
In fruit and vegetable row crop
drip
tapegerminate,
is soil prep,
acre. runoff
Fewer
weeds
and layout, and the tape is recycled
• Reduced
and
after itfirst
is learned
• Ability to irrigate
Herrin
drip on their
300
growth
and about
keep everything
running
production, much of the waste occurs
Reiter Berry Farms
sprinklers
for
years,
and
cultivation
costs
are
slashed
because
soils,ofthis
immediately within one
wind drift
tape
placement and used. “On our sandy loamacres
almonds, but
it took the
someNaumanns
time to
smoothly.
Recently,
the first couple of weeks compaction
of
from sprinkler irrigation is configuration creates a great
Watsonville, CA
wetting
day ofduring
harvest.
that knowledge
tomatoes.
given the current translate
figured
out a waytototheir
reduce
chlorine
production when sprinklers are usedreduced.
to
irrigation
scheduling.”
“I
used
to
cultivate
3-4
times
patten.”
Rain
for
Rent
has
supplied
the
• Elimination of sprinkler
This isexpenses
because formulating
canning companies
their own
• Improved
benefit
seedfrom
or set transplants. Some
germinate
pressures
regarding
sand media
filters, gate food
valves,
layf lat some by
costs with sprinklers, but only cultivate once
remembered
bad experiences
with“We
over-are
calcium hypochlorite
solution.
fertigation vs. sprinkler
now with drip, right after thinning. hose, connections and fittings as well.
wateredalways
and over-fertilized
drip-irrigated
safety,
we don't feel we
the lookout for
things we can
sidedress application.
me another $60 per acre and
“Rain for Rent is local, andtomatoes
our salesfromon
• AbilityThis
to saves
irrigate
othertofarms
that resulted in
do ourselves
save money.”
reduces fuel usage. Since drip
operates could
if it undesirable
representative
Michael-D
Sala has
Increased
yields even farm
immediately
afterpressures than• sprinklers,
low brix content.
at much lower
provided
great
service.”
transplanting
pumping costs have been significantly weren't for drip." But when the Worth management team
Reduced
water use
reduced as well.” Fertilizer is• spoon
fed
leased a piece of sandy ground that was
Food safet y is one of the more difficult
• Reduced
riskinjections
of foodper season compared
in three
“Aqua-Traxx
outlets
challenges
vegetable growers
face.difficult
Theareto irrigate otherwise, they decided to
safetytoissues
one from
sidedress application
with
•
Reduced
labor
costs
give
drip
a
try
on
their
own
operation.
A
local
Naumanns
believe
their
drip
irrigation
puddles
or runoff
that “This way, I get either 8 or 12 inches apart.
sprinkler
irrigation.
dealer helped them get started, along with
and harvest practices help safeguard
harbor
E.Coli
more
benefit from each dollar spent on On our sandy loam soils,
farmers who had previous
themfertilizer
from the use
potential disastersneighboring
that
Reduced
fertilizer – none of it leaches• below
the
experience.
otherthis
growers
have experienced
in
configuration
creates
a The first system was such a
root zone.”
success that they set out to convert more
recent months and years. “We haven’t
• Reduced
use for years,
great
wetting
pattern.”
acreage
used herbicide
f lood
or sprinklers
and as quickly as possible.
given the current pressures regarding
“Our
best-ever
yield
on
conventional
food
safetaccess
y, we don’t feel we could even
• Ease of
field
sprinkler/gravit"If
y acreage
was 64 tons/acre
we were
using in
farm if it weren’t for drip.”
2004. Five years later, we are achieving 50 –
sprinklers,
thedrip,
plants
100% increases
in yields with
and an
The Naumanns use premium Aquaoverall average
of 65 tons/acre
wide.
Traxx drip tape from Toro Microwould
have tooperation
wait until
Irrigation due to its durabilit y On
andtop of that, water, labor, fertilizer and
the block
is completely
savings
are substantial.
We used to
uniformity. “Even though we use a herbicide
5 mil
Mike Naumann
apply 36 inchesplanted,
of water per and
acre towould
meet a crop
wall thickness, it just doesn’t break when
Naumann Ranch
ET of about 18 inches. Now we only apply 24
we install it.” In addition, the Naumanns
Oxnard, CA
inches of water,likely
a 33% stress
savings. before
At the same
find that the precision molded emitter
cut labor usewater."
by half, and
resists clogging while delivering time,
great we have receiving
fertilizer use by a third. This is significant.”
M
EMISSION
DEVICES
Benefits of
Drip on alfalfa:
or hassle. You
Estimated Volume (Dry) (bu/ac)
• Reduced runoff
187.32 – 154.53 (0.00 ac)
Benefits of
Drip on cotton:
without waste
Larry Standage has reaped all the typical
benefits of converting to drip irrigation
on his onions including less use of water,
fertilizer and labor, increased yields, and
Benefits
ofBut the most important
reduced runoff.
benefit is that Standage builds customer
loyalty
aHops:
result of a higher quality, more
Dripuniform
onascrop.
“The contents of each 50
• Improved stress resistance
•
• Quick payback
Bob McKellip knows there is always components
and
ongoing
risk in trying out new farming installation and operations support.
•
methods, but it didn’t stop him
from installing a 38 acre drip “In July, a f lush of secondary
irrigation experiment on a new growth was evident which usually
•
stand of mint earlier this year. Now doesn’t occur until the second year.
that the first season and harvest is It helped contribute to my first year
•
• Increased yields
complete, he is happy with the yield success – 133 pounds of mint
Dripper
Irrigation
on
Cotton
results and is ready for more. “Drip
acre compared to a furrow field
• Reduced water use
is really good – it increased the
Loyd nearby
Jordan Farms,
Texas94
which Meadow,
yielded only
yields
and
used
less
water
at
the
• Reduced fertilizer use
same time. I think mint will convert
Steven and Chris Cox,
to drip just like onions have.”
• Reduced weed growth
Cox
Valley
View
Farms,
Loyd Jordan is a 3rd generation
Long Island, KS
This is good news for both the
farmer who cultivates 3,500 acres
• Reduced cultivation
farmers and the Lower Boise
southwest of Lubbock in Terry and
Watershed Council. The Council
• Reduced labor use
Lynn counties, Texas. He irrigates
supplied Bob with a 50% cost share
on the $1,400 per acre drip system
1,250 acres with pivots and, most
• Reduced energy use
costs because drip systems help
recently, 300 acres with subsurface
farmers
improve watershed water
• Increased
yields
• Improved resistance to
drip irrigation. A neighbor had
qualit y. But McKellip now knows
insects and disease
Drip Irrigation on Potatoes
tried drip and said good things
that in addition to reducing runoff
• Increased
usethe increased yields,
aboutpounds
water persavings,
getting
acre. That
alone is
from water
the farm,
• Ability to rotate to
efficiency
marginal soils
worth
about
per acre,”
reduced expenses and other
increased
yields
on $585
fewer acres,
and says
McKellip.
In apply
addition,
he cites
benefits will allow his investmenthow
in easy
it was to
fertilizers
• Improved watershed
in
drip labor
irrigation
to stand on its own another $135 per acre savings
Reaping
benefits from
• Reduced
costs
and control
insects.
in plus
2004,
water and
fertilizerSouse,
savings
in the future.
water quality
drip
40 equipment
acres. He liked
Jordanininstalled
labor, fuel,
usage
andirrigation
“If energy
I could use
install drip on my
• Reduced
- Less soil erosion
it so insecticide
much thatcosts.
he installed
an most
But perhaps
technology
whole farm, it would open up
importantly,
dripinirrigation
helped
- Reduced leaching of
additional
120 acres
2007, and
all kinds of new possibilities.”
From
the arid irrigated west to the
stronger
plants
resistrain-fed fields in the east,
• Improved ease of
nitrates to the aquifer
largely
then create
another
140 acres
in which
2009.
McKellip planted mint in the fall of verticillium wilt damage, even
on innovators are discovering
agricultural
field access
Now poor
he prefers
drip
toby
thenot
pivots
he
2011
on
30”
centers,
and
installed
soils.
And
corrugating
significant
benefits
in adopting a potato
• Ability to grow higher value
has used
for soannually,
many years.
Toro’s Aqua-Traxx® premium
drip
Drip Irrigation on Alfalfa
the
field
McKellipproduction
expects system designed around the
• Increase
yields
crops with conserved water
tape (EA7081225) 7” beneath each less crop impact from
use ofthe
drip irrigation. Yield increases,
Bob Thomas Farms, Seeley, CA
Lessons
& Results
qualit yofimprovements, ease of field
row. This has resulted in •a Increase
system
introduction
and spread
percentage
“I canverticillium
get three bales
cotton
per
accessibilit
net application rate of aboutof 0.09
wilt. of
This
means
stand y and a reduction in water,
U.S. No.
1's.
fuel,costs
labor and fungicide use are all
acre with
inches
drip water,
inches per hour and a five-zone
life –16and
theof significant
cited asre-reasons to use drip irrigationBob
to Thomas is a newcomer to
system that requires 3.5 •days
to only
associated
withacre with
stand
but
2.25 bales
16 potatoes.
Reduce
diseases
and per
grow
farming, but no stranger to success.
apply a week’s worth of water fungicide
during
– might
prolonged
A furrow system on the left, drip on the right
inchesestablishment
of pivot water,”
says be
Jordan.
usage
With the
proceeds of his recently
It'scould
a mainstream technology in dozens
the peak of the season. He began beyond 4-5 years, and mint
in the Pacific Northwest. Notice the degree of
sold construction
company,
is a big factor out here where
row closure and
size of the he
driphas
irrigated
of other
crop production systems
irrigating in June using• Improve
layf“Wind
lat possibly
be
grown
on
poor
soils
water
plants inranches
comparison toin
the furrow.
purchased
Utah,
water“Delaying
supplies.”
we have
throughout
submains to feed his drip tape,
with limited
less water.
these the world because it allows
Photo courtesy
of Jim Klauzer.
Colorado and California’s
Imperial
useand
efficiency
producers to evenly spoon-feed
Although
is not
yet being
media filters1 to prevent clogging.
costs water
is a huge
benefit,”
explains
California on the Lyons
precious water and nutrients directlyValley.
to 1. In
Improved water use efficiency. Drip
When harvest was complete,
the
McKellip.
able to
allocated,
there “By
are being
limitations
onrotate
Road
Jordanroot
shanked
in his
7/8 inch,
Toro
Aqua-Ranch near Seeley, he plans to
• Reduce
irrigation
every
plant's
zone
despite
variable
• Increased
yields
hasgrowing
consistently
produced
mint was immediately watered back
Traxx drip tape 12-15 inches deep oncontinue
80 inch
mint
to poorer
can soil
increase
the same
crops more
drilling
new
wells insoils,
the IOgallala
conditions,
undulating
terrain,
odd
water
runoff
tonnage
per acre
of water
centers. The emitters were 16 inches
apart,
up without issue. McKellip’s local the percentage of my farmfield
that
have
been grown
for inch
decades,
acreage
dimensions
or long
lengths
of run.
and the flow
rate .17
gpm per
100 feet, applied, for example, 1.5 tons payable
aquifer, so every drop counts.
But
• Increased
water
but
not the same way. Rather than
dealer, Clearwater Supply, helped
to higher
water demand,
higher
resulting
in an application
rate ofslower
.025
inches
But
potato
producers
have been
Drip Irrigation on Corn
per
inch.
•
Spoon
feed
water
there
are
other
reasons
he
likes
the
gravit
hour. Tape laterals were connected
to y irrigating the alfalfa with
design the system and provided the value crops.”
use efficiency
to adopt per
drip
since there are significant
Bob McKellip Farms
anddrip,
fertilizers
buried PVC pipe.
a total of 4.5 tons of alfalfa per acre.
loodrow
irrigation
with faster,
traditional
2. Withfdrip,
closure occurs
too. “Pivots are always in the
changes in bed configuration,
Nampa, Idaho
1
Since they are irrigating the rest of
borders,thus
Thomas
his son Rob
growthand
is accelerated
and there
Filtration is critical to any drip irrigation
systemwe
to prevent
agronomic
decisions,
planting and
way when
need toclogging
cultivate,
and
• Reduced
harvesting
most equipment
recentcosts
installation,
Jordan
row such
closure
the ranch’s alfalfa acreage with
have
installed
a subsurface
dripWhen
is a potential
for an early dig.
and ensure the longevity of •
theAccelerate
emission device
as drip tape.
that go along
is always heavy in one spotharvesting
so shanked
traditional f lood irrigation with
irrigation
systemcan
on 116
acres of the
be harvested
a month
andwater
harvest
in his 7/8 inch, Toro
Aqua-potatoes
with this
technology.
borders, they have a basis for
660deep
acreearly,
ranch.
And they
already their
processors
can level-load
it gets muddy. And you
need a labor
• Reduced
costs
Traxxflow
driptapes
tapehave
12-15been
inches
Ultra-low
an
comparing one method to the other.
have plans
install
another 250
plantstoand
start processing
in August
• Reduce
fuel usage
mechanic
to deal with all the integral
on 80 part
inchofcenters
in sandy
loam
the success.
“Harvesting
drip feature
field was a lot
acres
this
summer.
instead
of September. So they
can
drip irrigationthe
systems
delivered directly to the root zone at
Reduced energy
usea little clay. The emittersfinish up in May instead ofToro
electrical and mechanical•problems.
easier
the bordered
June,
soils
drip harvesting
tape to ensure
AquaTraxx®than
low pressure with virtually no runoff,
Despite
thewith
challenges,
cutting edge
“When I learned how water was
• Reduce early
fields,”
saysdelivery
Thomas.
“With
themhere,
a larger
processing
The energy costs associated with
producers,
andapart,
researchers
are f lowreaping
reliable,
efficient
of water
andf lood
deep percolation, evaporation, surface
applied
to crops
I began
were suppliers
16 inches
and the
vine die-off
irrigation
window.
Reduced
weed
growth
coming
up .17
with
viableper
answers
in hopes
researching
alternatives. In the
pivots are a concern, • and
the
ponding or wind drift. The system is
fertilizer
to each with
plant. borders,
Aqua-Traxxit’sis a two
gpm
100 feet,
resulting
rate
step operation
to
accommodate all
the potato industry against
process,
I discovered
how
a alternaria,
few
3. Less
disease pressure
from
easily adaptable to hilly terrain or
injected
belowelevations,
the surface, but with
insurance
costs add up, too.” of bolstering
• Easily
automated
the 12-20”
different
in
an
application
rate
of
.025
inches
the inevitable vagaries of the market,
cutting edge
growersearly
weredeath,
usingsclerotinia,
drip
rhizoctonia,
odd shaped parcels, and may be
usually
60”the
apart
left no
drip,
fieldonis center,
plantedand
f latis with
economy,
resource
availability.
After six seasons, Jordan has learned
per costs
hour.andIn
the past,
Jordan
to had
notetc.only
but
occurssave
sincewater,
the crop
not
service future
operated either manually or
inis the
ground
waste,
so to
harvesting
was crops
as easy as
Some
even
believe
their
future
Loyd Jordan Farms
increase
yields
as
well.
significantly
wetted
from
above.
Less
moisture
a great deal about drip installation, used 24 inch spaced emitters. “I
for many
yearsthe
to lawn.”
come. The Aquaautomatically to reduce irrigation
mowing
livelihood will depend on mastering this
Meadow, Texas
That’s what
I’minafter
– getting
results
less
diseasemore
and
lesslines are serviced by a series of
Traxx
labor costs. In addition, the system is
operation and maintenance. In his
liked the closer, 16 inchcrop
spaced
new technology.
perfungicide
drop – use,
andsaving
making
the this
producer
permanent
pipes,
valves, filters,
"Other
growers
have control,
achievedcompatible with reduced or no-tillage
farm as money.
efficient as my construction
Pacific Northwest
injection
monitoring
equipment
to ispractices. Properly designed, installed,
30 and
- 40%
more yield
- there
company was.”
4. More uniformly sized tubersallow
and for
a irrigation and fertigation on
operated
and maintained drip systems
Irrigation professionals with an eye
higher percentage of U.S. No. 1’s. no reason why we can't."
Bob Thomas Farms
Seeley, CA
Better Yield, Better Crop
• Increased yield, especially
Benefits of
Drip on Mint:
Getting More
demand, and periodic flushing to
may last 20+ years, and in many
toward productivity, quality and
Klauzer explains that processors
offer
Justsystem
ten days
afterWater
harvest
ensure
longevity.
and there is
cases the system pays for itself in less
efficiency have been working for overCrop
a
Per
Drop
an
incentive
for that, and it's possible
already
healthy re-growth. “We are
than two years!
fertilizer
are slowly
decade to adapt drip Why?
irrigation to
to achieve of
that research,
with drip. the hoping to achieve annual yields of
After months
potatoes in the Pacific Northwest, where
settled
a design
and 16-17
"There
are on
definitely
problems
to tons per acre with this system
irrigation:
hundreds of thousandsBecause
of acres Thomas’
ofdrip
ordered
materials.
Towards
the end First,
– that’s how we will recover the
overcome
to reap
these benefits.
potatoes are grown. To date, over 500
of August
2009, theyininstalled
Toro’s
As we work out the
tape placement
to
the seedinvestment.
is
acres were under commercial production
• Optimizes
Yields driprelation
7/8” very
Aqua-Traxx
tape with
a installation and construction bugs,
important.
Second,
equipment
for processing, fresh pack and specialty
10mil
wallbeInputs
thickness
and
12 inch the
future investment costs will be
modified to
accommodate
potatoes. Jim Klauzer, sales agronomist
in must
• Minimizes
were
emitter
spacing.
The
tape
lines
lower, but bottom line, with water at
Ontario, Ore., reports that there are clear drip tape and a new bed configuration.
injected
10-12
inches deep
Third,
fertilization
needswith
under40
drip $18
are per acre foot today, it’s the yield
• Maximizes
Profits
benefits:
Weilmunster Farms, Parma, Idaho
Drip Irrigation 2006
FITTINGS
Drip Irrigation on Peppermint
Bob McKellip Farms, Nampa, Idaho
Benefits of
Subsurface Drip
Irrigation:
• ImprovedGravity
crop uniformity
vs. Drip Irrigation Yield Camparison
in size, shape and color
C
S
“Government regulators
were getting serious
about reducing runoff
from farms, and we felt
Drip Irrigation Helps Hops Grower Sleep at Night!
this was important.”
Benefits of
Drip on Onions:
• Higher corn and soybean
• Better grain quality
Benefits of
Closely Spaced
Emitters:
The conversion has allowed him to stretch limited water supplies while increasing
Quality
Tape
Yields
Onions
yields and grain qualit y at the same time.
“Before drip,
we were
trying toQuality
f lood irrigate
60 acres with a 250 GPM well. We were lucky to get top yields on 25 percent of the
Standage Farms, Inc., Vale, Oregon
field. I now get top yields on 100 percent of the field because of the increased
uniformit y and efficiency I get with drip irrigation.” This is important considering the
Ogallala Aquifer is now a dwindling resource. All stakeholders must act quickly to save
this resource for future generations of farmers.
With drip, both farming and the Ogallala Aquifer are sustainable. Cox stretched his
allocation of 18 inches of water per year to produce 300 bushels of corn per acre
compared to 150 and achieve a grain test weight of 62 pounds per bushel in
comparison with 58. This meant that Cox would have to buy less corn on the open
market to supply the 1.5 million bushels he needs to supply his pork facilities each
year, a real benefit considering the ethanol boom’s recent affect on corn prices.
• More efficient use of
limited water supplies
Nolan Masser
Potato Grower
Pitman, Penn.
rip irrigation, also
known as microirrigation or trickle
The Advantages of Closely Spaced Emitters
irrigation, is a remarkable
water
technology
first
developed decades ago. Today,
it is commonly used all over
the world in agricultural,
hoosing the right drip tape highlights some of the agronomic and
nursery, greenhouse, landscape
emitter spacing can be more of economic disadvantages of using widely
and a variety of industrial
an art than a science. This is spaced emitters. The following
capital
investment
savings
using
Advantages of Drip
because
of the
many variables
that
exist provides some discussion and excerpts
applications. In recent years,
drip, while simultaneously improving
in each farming application, including from the manual.
Today it is more important than ever
plant vigor by delivering waterSubsurface
and
the demand for drip irrigation
Drip Irrigation (SDI) for Field Crops
placement,
soil t ype,
crop,
plant
to use water resources wisely and totape nutrients
directly
to the
plant
roots
soil andunnecessary
water salinitwetting
y, tape ofCloser Emitters Improve
has grown rapidly and for good
irrigate intelligently. Intelligation™population,
and avoiding
referssalt
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y andleaves.
cost, etc.
Fortunately,
In addition,
drip Cal Salinity Management
reason – the technology can • Enhance
alinit y management is especially
advantage of the benefits drip
Poly San
Luis Obispo’s
recent
Drip and
irrigation
allows for
targeted,
for seed
help solve serious problems management
irrigation offers. For instance, manyMicro
important
during
seed
Irrigation
Design and
intelligent
water applications,
where
germination
farmers have enjoyed improved Management
germination and emergence, and
runoff, leaching
the wetting
Manual,and
published
by theof
associated with water use. The
profitability with drip by increasing
icro-Irrigation,
also
spaced emitters
and bed shape
Subsurface Drip
non-targeted
areasand
such Research
as roads, closely
Irrigation
Training
following will assist in • Leachcrop
yield
salts
in and quality while at the Center
plant
leaves,
tree
trunks,
sidewalks,
can
help.
“Use
surface tape (or tape
known as drip
in 2007, provides a
Irrigation (SDI)
same time
reducing costs from water, cars,(ITRC)
crops
windows
and buildings
a few centimeters
understanding drip irrigation permanent
deal
of guidance
for are
this onlyirrigation,
is the below
fastestthe soil’s
energy, labor, chemical inputs and greatavoided
or completely eliminated.
to
important decision. In particular, the surface) with closely spaced emitters Overview
such that a system may be
water runoff. Many landscapers have
growing irrigation technology in
• Dilutealso
soilenjoyed
salinity
for
significant
water and new manual discusses how closely leach salts downward. In more arid
Subsurface Drip Irrigation is
chosen,
and
ultimately salt sensitive
the
world.
It
was
commercially
one
tape
areas,
widely
spaced
holes
(i.e.
crops
spaced drip tape emitters can enhance
Micro-Sprinklers
for
Pest Management
a specialized sub-set
of Integrated
drip
for every
t wo rows,California
or hole spacing
operated, intelligently.
salt management for seed germination,
introduced
in Southern
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The following presents information and data to help
understand
the benefits of adopting PC vs.
Robert
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Ingenon-PC
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emission devices. First, an overview of emission device performance is provided with
Sales
Manager
special
emphasis
on how PC driplines and PCDistrict
drip tapes
function.
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Technical Marketing
and
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improving
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(SDI) to deliver water and nutrients directly to the roots of their crops. This was in contrast
to the typical practice of applying water to the surface with gravity or sprinkler irrigation
systems. In addition to improved yields and resource use efficiency (RUE), other benefits
cited included an improved ability to farm in drought conditions, improved flexibility and
improved convenience. In each of these case studies, the producer found SDI a worthwhile
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Friction Loss Charts for ID Controlled Hose
Losses in psi per 100 feet of hose (psi/100 ft) for hose sizes: 13 mm (.510”) ID through 16 mm (.615”) ID
Part No.
EHD1335
EHD1348
EHD1350
EHD1443
Nom. ID
0.509’’
0.513’’
0.519’’
0.553’’
Min. ID
0.506’’
0.510’’
0.516’’
0.550’’
Nom. Wall
0.035”
0.048”
0.050”
0.043”
Flow
Velocity
Loss
Velocity
Loss
Velocity
Loss
Velocity
Loss
GPM
GPH
FPS
Psi
FPS
Psi
FPS
Psi
FPS
Psi
0.5
30
0.80
0.37
0.79
0.35
0.77
0.34
0.68
0.25
1.0
60
1.60
1.33
1.57
1.28
1.53
1.21
1.35
0.89
1.5
90
2.39
2.82
2.36
2.71
2.30
2.56
2.03
1.88
2.0
120
3.19
4.80
3.14
4.62
3.07
4.37
2.70
3.20
2.5
150
3.99
7.26
3.93
6.99
3.84
6.60
3.38
4.84
3.0
180
4.79
10.18
4.71
9.80
4.60
9.26
4.05
6.78
3.5
210
5.58
13.55
5.50
13.04
5.37
12.31
4.73
9.02
4.0
240
6.38
17.35
6.28
16.69
6.14
15.77
5.40
11.56
4.5
270
7.18
21.57
7.07
20.76
6.90
19.61
6.08
14.37
5.0
300
7.98
26.22
7.85
25.24
7.67
23.84
6.75
17.47
6.0
360
9.57
36.75
9.42
35.37
9.21
33.41
8.10
24.49
7.0
420
11.17
48.90
10.99
47.06
10.74
44.45
9.45
32.58
8.0
480
12.56
60.26
12.27
56.92
10.80
41.72
9.0
540
14.13
74.95
13.81
70.80
12.15
51.89
10.0
600
13.50
63.07
11.0
660
12.0
720
Losses in psi per 100 feet of hose (psi/100 ft) for hose sizes: 18 mm (.710”) ID through 35 mm (1.365”) ID
Part No.
EHD1845
EHD1847
EHD1850
EHD2052
Nom. ID
0.713’’
0.729’’
0.723’’
0.807’’
Min. ID
0.710’’
0.726’’
0.720’’
0.804’’
Nom. Wall
0.045”
0.047”
0.050”
0.052”
Flow
Velocity
Loss
Velocity
Loss
Velocity
Loss
Velocity
Loss
GPM
GPH
FPS
Psi
FPS
Psi
FPS
Psi
FPS
Psi
1
60
0.81
0.26
0.78
0.23
0.79
0.24
0.63
0.14
2
120
1.62
0.92
1.55
0.83
1.58
0.86
1.26
0.50
3
180
2.43
1.96
2.33
1.75
2.36
1.83
1.90
1.07
4
240
3.24
3.33
3.10
2.99
3.15
3.11
2.53
1.82
5
300
4.05
5.04
3.88
4.52
3.94
4.71
3.16
2.75
6
360
4.86
7.06
4.65
6.34
4.73
6.60
3.79
3.85
7
420
5.67
9.39
5.43
8.43
5.52
8.78
4.42
5.13
8
480
6.48
12.03
6.20
10.79
6.30
11.24
5.06
6.57
9
540
7.29
14.96
6.98
13.42
7.09
13.98
5.69
8.17
10
600
8.10
18.19
7.75
16.32
7.88
16.99
6.32
9.93
11
660
8.91
21.70
8.53
19.47
8.67
20.27
6.95
11.84
12
720
9.72
25.49
9.30
22.87
9.46
23.81
7.58
13.91
13
780
10.53
29.56
10.08
26.52
10.24
27.62
8.22
16.14
14
840
11.59
35.31
11.09
31.68
11.27
32.98
9.04
19.27
15
900
12.43
40.17
11.89
36.04
12.09
37.53
9.69
21.93
16
960
13.27
45.33
12.69
40.66
12.90
42.34
10.35
24.74
17
1,020
14.11
50.76
13.49
45.54
13.72
47.42
11.00
27.71
18
1,080
13.95
48.46
14.18
50.46
11.38
29.48
19
1,140
14.73
53.56
14.97
55.77
12.01
32.59
20
1,200
12.64
35.83
22
1,320
13.90
42.75
24
1,440
15.17
50.23
26
1,560
16.43
58.25
28
1,680
17.69
66.82
30
1,800
18.96
75.93
32
1,920
34
2,040
36
2,160
38
2,280
40
2,400
45
2,700
50
3,000
55
3,300
60
3,600
65
3,900
70
4,200
75
4,500
80
4,800
85
5,100
90
5,400
95
5,700
EHD1554
0.572’’
0.569’’
0.054”
Velocity
Loss
FPS
Psi
0.63
0.21
1.26
0.75
1.89
1.59
2.52
2.71
3.15
4.10
3.79
5.75
4.42
7.65
5.05
9.79
5.68
12.18
6.31
14.81
7.57
20.75
8.83
27.61
10.09
35.36
11.36
43.98
12.62
53.45
13.88
63.77
15.14
74.93
EHD1635
0.616’’
0.613’’
0.035”
Velocity
Loss
FPS
Psi
0.54
0.14
1.09
0.52
1.63
1.11
2.17
1.89
2.72
2.85
3.26
4.00
3.80
5.32
4.35
6.81
4.89
8.48
5.44
10.30
6.52
14.44
7.61
19.21
8.70
24.60
9.78
30.60
10.87
37.19
11.96
44.37
EHD1642
0.627’’
0.624’’
0.042”
Velocity
Loss
FPS
Psi
0.52
0.13
1.05
0.48
1.57
1.02
2.10
1.73
2.62
2.62
3.15
3.67
3.67
4.88
4.20
6.25
4.72
7.77
5.25
9.45
6.29
13.24
7.34
17.62
8.39
22.56
9.44
28.06
10.49
34.11
11.54
40.69
12.59
47.81
EHD1645
0.616’’
0.613’’
0.045”
Velocity
Loss
FPS
Psi
0.54
0.14
1.09
0.52
1.63
1.11
2.17
1.89
2.72
2.85
3.26
4.00
3.80
5.32
4.35
6.81
4.89
8.48
5.44
10.30
6.52
14.44
7.61
19.21
8.70
24.60
9.78
30.60
10.87
37.19
11.96
44.37
13.05
52.13
EHD2057
0.807’’
0.804’’
0.057”
Velocity
Loss
FPS
Psi
0.63
0.14
1.26
0.50
1.90
1.07
2.53
1.82
3.16
2.75
3.79
3.85
4.42
5.13
5.06
6.57
5.69
8.17
6.32
9.93
6.95
11.84
7.58
13.91
8.22
16.14
9.04
19.27
9.69
21.93
10.35
24.74
11.00
27.71
11.38
29.48
12.01
32.59
12.64
35.83
13.90
42.75
15.17
50.23
16.43
58.25
17.69
66.82
18.96
75.93
20.22
85.57
EHD2662
1.059’’
1.056’’
0.062”
Velocity
Loss
FPS
Psi
0.37
0.04
0.73
0.13
1.10
0.28
1.47
0.48
1.83
0.73
2.20
1.02
2.56
1.36
2.93
1.74
3.30
2.16
3.66
2.63
4.03
3.14
4.40
3.69
4.76
4.28
5.24
5.11
5.62
5.81
6.00
6.56
6.38
7.34
6.59
7.81
6.96
8.64
7.33
9.50
8.06
11.33
8.79
13.31
9.52
15.44
10.26
17.71
10.99
20.13
11.72
22.68
12.45
25.38
13.19
28.21
13.92
31.18
14.65
34.29
16.48
42.65
18.32
51.84
20.15
61.84
21.98
72.66
EHD2667
1.059’’
1.056’’
0.067”
Velocity
Loss
FPS
Psi
0.37
0.04
0.73
0.13
1.10
0.28
1.47
0.48
1.83
0.73
2.20
1.02
2.56
1.36
2.93
1.74
3.30
2.16
3.66
2.63
4.03
3.14
4.40
3.69
4.76
4.28
5.24
5.11
5.62
5.81
6.00
6.56
6.38
7.34
6.59
7.81
6.96
8.64
7.33
9.50
8.06
11.33
8.79
13.31
9.52
15.44
10.26
17.71
10.99
20.13
11.72
22.68
12.45
25.38
13.19
28.21
13.92
31.18
14.65
34.29
16.48
42.65
18.32
51.84
20.15
61.84
21.98
72.66
23.81
84.27
EHD3580
1.365’’
1.360’’
0.080”
Velocity
Loss
FPS
Psi
0.22
0.01
0.44
0.04
0.66
0.08
0.88
0.14
1.10
0.21
1.33
0.30
1.55
0.40
1.77
0.51
1.99
0.63
2.21
0.77
2.43
0.92
2.65
1.08
2.87
1.25
3.16
1.49
3.39
1.70
3.62
1.91
3.84
2.14
3.98
2.28
4.20
2.52
4.42
2.77
4.86
3.31
5.30
3.88
5.74
4.50
6.18
5.17
6.63
5.87
7.07
6.62
7.51
7.40
7.95
8.23
8.39
9.10
8.83
10.00
9.94
12.44
11.04
15.12
12.15
18.04
13.25
21.19
14.36
24.58
15.46
28.19
16.56
32.04
17.67
36.11
18.77
40.40
19.88
44.91
20.98
49.64
Friction losses are calculated using Hazen-Williams equation (C = 140) and minimum inside diameters.
Shaded areas indicate velocities of over 5 fps
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Friction Loss Charts for ID Controlled 42 psi Oval Hose
EMISSION
DEVICES
FILTERS
VALVES
ELD52108
2.052’’
2.047’’
0.108’’
Velocity
Loss
FPS
Psi
0.10
0.00
0.19
0.01
0.29
0.01
0.39
0.02
0.49
0.03
0.58
0.04
0.68
0.05
0.78
0.07
0.88
0.09
0.97
0.10
1.07
0.12
1.17
0.15
1.27
0.17
1.36
0.20
1.46
0.22
1.56
0.25
1.66
0.28
1.75
0.31
1.85
0.34
1.95
0.38
2.14
0.45
2.34
0.53
2.53
0.61
2.73
0.71
2.92
0.80
3.12
0.90
3.31
1.01
3.51
1.12
3.70
1.24
3.90
1.37
4.39
1.70
4.87
2.06
5.36
2.46
5.85
2.89
6.34
3.36
6.82
3.85
7.31
4.37
7.80
4.93
8.29
5.51
8.77
6.13
9.26
6.78
9.75
7.45
12.19
11.26
14.62
15.79
17.06
21.01
19.50
26.90
21.94
33.46
24.37
40.67
FITTINGS
ELD4084
1.595’’
1.590’’
0.084’’
Velocity
Loss
FPS
Psi
0.16
0.01
0.32
0.02
0.48
0.04
0.65
0.07
0.81
0.10
0.97
0.14
1.13
0.19
1.29
0.24
1.45
0.30
1.62
0.36
1.78
0.43
1.94
0.50
2.10
0.58
2.26
0.67
2.42
0.76
2.59
0.86
2.75
0.96
2.91
1.06
3.07
1.18
3.23
1.29
3.55
1.54
3.88
1.81
4.20
2.10
4.52
2.41
4.85
2.74
5.17
3.09
5.49
3.46
5.82
3.84
6.14
4.25
6.46
4.67
7.27
5.81
8.08
7.06
8.89
8.43
9.70
9.90
10.50
11.48
11.31
13.17
12.12
14.97
12.93
16.87
13.73
18.87
14.54
20.98
15.35
23.19
16.16
25.50
20.20
38.55
HOSE
ELD3570
1.365’’
1.360’’
0.070’’
Velocity
Loss
FPS
Psi
0.16
0.01
0.32
0.02
0.48
0.04
0.65
0.07
0.81
0.10
0.97
0.14
1.13
0.19
1.29
0.24
1.45
0.30
1.62
0.36
1.78
0.43
1.94
0.50
2.10
0.58
2.26
0.67
2.42
0.76
2.59
0.86
2.75
0.96
2.91
1.06
3.07
1.18
4.42
2.77
4.86
3.31
5.30
3.88
5.74
4.50
6.18
5.17
6.63
5.87
7.07
6.62
7.51
7.40
7.95
8.23
8.39
9.10
8.83
10.00
9.94
12.44
11.04
15.12
12.15
18.04
13.25
21.19
14.36
24.58
15.46
28.19
16.56
32.04
17.67
36.11
18.77
40.40
19.88
44.91
DRIPLINE
Losses in psi per 100 feet of hose (psi/100 ft) for hose sizes: 14 mm (0.555”) ID through 52 mm (2.052”) ID
Part No.
ELD1440
ELD1634
ELD2043
ELD2654
Nom. ID
0.555’’
0.633’’
0.813’’
1.043’’
Min. ID
0.550’’
0.630’’
0.810’’
1.040’’
Nom. Wall
0.040’’
0.034’’
0.043’’
0.054’’
Flow
Velocity
Loss
Velocity
Loss
Velocity
Loss
Velocity
Loss
GPM
GPH
FPS
Psi
FPS
Psi
FPS
Psi
FPS
Psi
1
60
1.35
0.89
1.03
0.46
0.62
0.13
0.38
0.04
2
120
2.70
3.20
2.06
1.65
1.25
0.49
0.76
0.14
3
180
4.05
6.78
3.09
3.50
1.87
1.03
1.13
0.30
4
240
5.40
11.56
4.12
5.96
2.49
1.75
1.51
0.52
5
300
6.75
17.47
5.15
9.02
3.11
2.65
1.89
0.79
6
360
8.10
24.49
6.18
12.64
3.74
3.72
2.27
1.10
7
420
9.45
32.58
7.20
16.82
4.36
4.95
2.64
1.46
8
480
10.80
41.72
8.23
21.53
4.98
6.33
3.02
1.87
9
540
12.15
51.89
9.26
26.78
5.60
7.88
3.40
2.33
10
600
13.50
63.07
10.29
32.55
6.23
9.57
3.78
2.83
11
660
11.32
38.84
6.85
11.42
4.15
3.38
12
720
12.35
45.63
7.47
13.42
4.53
3.97
13
780
13.38
52.92
8.09
15.56
4.91
4.61
14
840
8.72
17.85
5.29
5.29
15
900
9.34
20.29
5.67
6.01
16
960
9.96
22.86
6.04
6.77
17
1,020
10.58
25.58
6.42
7.57
18
1,080
11.21
28.43
6.80
8.42
19
1,140
11.83
31.43
7.18
9.30
20
1,200
12.45
34.56
7.55
10.23
22
1,320
13.70
41.23
8.31
12.21
24
1,440
9.06
14.34
26
1,560
9.82
16.63
28
1,680
10.58
19.08
30
1,800
11.33
21.68
32
1,920
12.09
24.43
34
2,040
12.84
27.34
36
2,160
13.60
30.39
38
2,280
14.35
33.59
40
2,400
15.11
36.94
45
2,700
17.00
45.94
50
3,000
55
3,300
60
3,600
65
3,900
70
4,200
75
4,500
80
4,800
85
5,100
90
5,400
95
5,700
100
6,000
125
7,500
150
9,000
175
10,500
200
12,000
225
13,500
250
15,000
Friction losses are calculated using Hazen-Williams equation (C = 140) and minimum inside diameters.
Shaded areas indicate velocities of over 5 fps
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FRICTION LOSS CHARTS
Friction Loss Charts for ID Controlled 21 psi Oval Hose
Losses in psi per 100 feet of hose (psi/100 ft) for hose sizes: 26 mm (1.043”) ID through 100 mm (3.996”) ID
Part No.
ElD2626
ELD3550
ELD4040
Nom. ID
1.043’’
1.365’’
1.595’’
Min. ID
1.040’’
1.360’’
1.590’’
Nom. Wall
0.026’’
0.050’’
0.040’’
Flow
Velocity
Loss
Velocity
Loss
Velocity
Loss
GPM
GPH
FPS
Psi
FPS
Psi
FPS
Psi
1
60
0.38
0.04
0.22
0.01
0.16
0.01
2
120
0.76
0.14
0.44
0.04
0.32
0.02
3
180
1.13
0.30
0.66
0.08
0.48
0.04
4
240
1.51
0.52
0.88
0.14
0.65
0.07
5
300
1.89
0.79
1.10
0.21
0.81
0.10
6
360
2.27
1.10
1.33
0.30
0.97
0.14
7
420
2.64
1.46
1.55
0.40
1.13
0.19
8
480
3.02
1.87
1.77
0.51
1.29
0.24
9
540
3.40
2.33
1.99
0.63
1.45
0.30
10
600
3.78
2.83
2.21
0.77
1.62
0.36
12
720
4.53
3.97
2.65
1.08
1.94
0.50
14
840
5.29
5.29
3.09
1.43
2.26
0.67
16
960
6.04
6.77
3.53
1.83
2.59
0.86
18
1,080
6.80
8.42
3.98
2.28
2.91
1.06
20
1,200
7.55
10.23
4.42
2.77
3.23
1.29
25
1,500
9.44
15.47
5.52
4.19
4.04
1.96
30
1,800
11.33
21.68
6.63
5.87
4.85
2.74
35
2,100
13.22
28.84
7.73
7.81
5.66
3.65
40
2,400
15.11
36.94
8.83
10.00
6.46
4.67
45
2,700
17.00
45.94
9.94
12.44
7.27
5.81
50
3,000
11.04
15.12
8.08
7.06
55
3,300
12.15
18.04
8.89
8.43
60
3,600
13.25
21.19
9.70
9.90
65
3,900
14.36
24.58
10.50
11.48
70
4,200
15.46
28.19
11.31
13.17
75
4,500
12.12
14.97
80
4,800
12.93
16.87
85
5,100
13.73
18.87
90
5,400
14.54
20.98
100
6,000
110
6,600
120
7,200
130
7,800
140
8,400
150
9,000
160
9,600
170
10,200
180
10,800
190
11,400
200
12,000
250
15,000
300
18,000
350
21,000
400
24,000
450
27,000
500
30,000
600
36,000
700
42,000
800
48,000
900
54,000
1,000
60,000
1,200
72,000
1,300
78,000
1,400
84,000
1,500
90,000
1,600
96,000
1,700
102,000
1,800
108,000
1,900
114,000
2,000
120,000
2,100
126,000
2,200
132,000
2,300
138,000
2,400
144,000
2,500
150,000
ELD5251
2.052’’
2.047’’
0.051’’
Velocity
Loss
FPS
Psi
0.10
0.00
0.19
0.01
0.29
0.01
0.39
0.02
0.49
0.03
0.58
0.04
0.68
0.05
0.78
0.07
0.88
0.09
0.97
0.10
1.17
0.15
1.36
0.20
1.56
0.25
1.75
0.31
1.95
0.38
2.44
0.57
2.92
0.80
3.41
1.07
3.90
1.37
4.39
1.70
4.87
2.06
5.36
2.46
5.85
2.89
6.34
3.36
6.82
3.85
7.31
4.37
7.80
4.93
8.29
5.51
8.77
6.13
9.75
7.45
10.72
8.89
11.70
10.44
12.67
12.11
13.65
13.90
14.62
15.79
15.60
17.79
16.57
19.91
17.55
22.13
Friction losses are calculated using Hazen-Williams equation (C = 140) and minimum inside diameters.
Shaded areas indicate velocities of over 5 fps
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ELD7776
3.043’’
3.038’’
0.076’’
Velocity
Loss
FPS
Psi
0.03
0.00
0.05
0.00
0.08
0.00
0.10
0.00
0.13
0.00
0.15
0.00
0.18
0.00
0.21
0.00
0.23
0.00
0.26
0.00
0.31
0.01
0.36
0.01
0.41
0.01
0.46
0.01
0.51
0.01
0.64
0.02
0.77
0.03
0.90
0.04
1.03
0.05
1.99
0.25
2.21
0.30
2.43
0.36
2.66
0.42
2.88
0.49
3.10
0.56
3.32
0.64
3.54
0.72
3.76
0.81
3.98
0.90
4.43
1.09
4.87
1.30
5.31
1.53
5.75
1.77
6.20
2.03
6.64
2.31
7.08
2.60
7.52
2.91
7.97
3.24
8.41
3.58
8.85
3.93
11.07
5.95
13.28
8.33
15.49
11.09
17.70
14.20
19.92
17.66
22.13
21.46
ELD101100
3.996’’
3.991’’
0.100’’
Velocity
Loss
FPS
Psi
0.03
0.00
0.05
0.00
0.08
0.00
0.10
0.00
0.13
0.00
0.15
0.00
0.18
0.00
0.21
0.00
0.23
0.00
0.26
0.00
0.31
0.01
0.36
0.01
0.41
0.01
0.46
0.01
0.51
0.01
0.64
0.02
0.77
0.03
0.90
0.04
1.03
0.05
1.15
0.07
1.28
0.08
1.41
0.10
1.54
0.11
1.67
0.13
1.80
0.15
1.92
0.17
2.05
0.19
2.18
0.21
2.31
0.24
2.56
0.29
2.82
0.34
3.08
0.40
3.33
0.47
3.59
0.54
3.85
0.61
4.10
0.69
4.36
0.77
4.62
0.86
4.87
0.95
5.13
1.04
6.41
1.57
7.69
2.21
8.98
2.94
10.26
3.76
11.54
4.68
12.82
5.68
15.39
7.97
17.95
10.60
20.52
13.57
23.08
16.88
25.65
20.52
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Friction Loss Charts for OD Controlled Hose
EHO2050
0.833’’
0.820’’
0.050’’
EHO2055
0.828’’
0.815’’
0.055’’
EMISSION
DEVICES
Loss
Psi
0.04
0.13
0.27
0.46
0.69
0.97
1.29
1.65
2.06
2.50
3.50
4.66
5.97
7.42
9.02
10.76
12.64
14.66
16.82
19.11
21.53
24.09
26.78
29.60
32.55
38.84
45.63
52.92
60.71
FITTINGS
Velocity
FPS
0.30
0.61
0.91
1.22
1.52
1.82
2.13
2.43
2.73
3.04
3.65
4.25
4.86
5.47
6.08
6.68
7.29
7.90
8.51
9.11
9.72
10.33
10.94
11.54
12.15
13.37
14.58
15.80
17.01
HOSE
Loss
Psi
0.04
0.13
0.27
0.46
0.69
0.97
1.29
1.65
2.06
2.50
3.50
4.66
5.97
7.42
9.02
10.76
12.64
14.66
16.82
19.11
21.53
24.09
26.78
29.60
32.55
38.84
45.63
52.92
DRIPLINE
Losses in psi per 100 feet of hose (psi/100 ft). for hose sizes: 16 mm (.600”) ID through 20 mm (.828”) ID
Part No.
EHO1650
Nom. ID
0.600’’
Min. ID
0.587’’
Nom. Wall
0.050’’
Flow
Velocity
Loss
Velocity
GPM
GPH
FPS
Psi
FPS
0.5
30
0.59
0.18
0.30
1.0
60
1.19
0.65
0.61
1.5
90
1.78
1.37
0.91
2.0
120
2.37
2.33
1.22
2.5
150
2.96
3.52
1.52
3.0
180
3.56
4.94
1.82
3.5
210
4.15
6.57
2.13
4.0
240
4.74
8.42
2.43
4.5
270
5.33
10.47
2.73
5.0
300
5.93
12.72
3.04
6.0
360
7.11
17.83
3.65
7.0
420
8.30
23.73
4.25
8.0
480
9.48
30.38
4.86
9.0
540
10.67
37.79
5.47
10.0
600
11.86
45.93
6.08
11.0
660
13.04
54.80
6.68
12.0
720
14.23
64.38
7.29
13.0
780
7.90
14.0
840
8.51
15.0
900
9.11
16.0
960
9.72
17.0
1,020
10.33
18.0
1,080
10.94
19.0
1,140
11.54
20.0
1,200
12.15
22.0
1,320
13.37
24.0
1,440
14.58
26.0
1,560
15.80
28.0
1,680
30.0
1,800
32.0
1,920
Friction losses are calculated using Hazen-Williams equation (C = 140) and minimum inside diameters.
Shaded areas indicate velocities of over 5 fps
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COMMON FORMULAS
Velocity of Flow Equation
Emission Device Flow Formula
2
V = 0.4085 Q/D
Where V = Velocity (ft. per second)
Q = Flow Rate (gpm)
D = Actual Pipe I.D. (inches)
x
Q = C(H)
Where Q = Flow Rate (gph)
H = Operating Pressure (psi)
C =Flow Coefficient
X = Flow Exponent
Emission Uniformity
EU = (1-1.27Cv/�
� ) (Qm/Qa)
Experimental determination of X
Where EU = Emission Uniformity, expressed as a decimal.
log (Q1/Q2)
X = –––––––––––––
log (H1/H2)
n = For a point-source emitter on a permanent crop, the
number of emitters per plant. For a line source on an
annual crop, either the spacing between plants divided
by the same unit length of lateral line to calculate Cv,
or 1,whichever is greater.
Cv = The manufacturer's coefficient of variation for line
source emitters, expressed as a decimal.
Hazen-Williams Equation
For Plastic pipe C =150:
Qm = The minimum emitter flow rate for the minimum
pressure Hm in the system in gph.
Q 1.852
Hf = 0.000977 –––––––– L
D 4.871
Qa = The average, or design, emitter flow rate for the average or design pressure Ha in gph.
Where Hf = Friction Loss (ft)
Q = Flow Rate (gpm)
D = Actual Pipe I.D. (in)
L = Pipe Length (ft)
The EU Equation may be rewritten in
terms of pressure variation instead of flow
variation:
The 35 percent rule:
Single -Sized Laterals and Submains
�)(Hm/Ha)x
EU = (1-1.27Cv/�
Where:
Hm = Minimum system pressure, psi
Ha = Average system pressure, psi
For plastic submain pipes with over 15 outles, the friction loss
will be approximately 35% of the friction loss in a closed pipe
of the same length and inlet flow.
The EU Equation may also be rewritten to solve for the system pressure
variation, Hm/Ha:
Spaghetti Tubing Friction Loss Equation
Hf = K*(Q
/D
1.75
)
4.77
(
Q = Flow Rate (gpm)
D = Tubing I.D. (in)
K = 4.37x10-7 = 0.000000437
L = Pipe Lenght (ft)
Hf = Friction loss, psi per foot of length
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)
[
EU
Hm/Ha = ––––––––––––––
(1-1.27Cv/�
�)
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]
(1/x)
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Toro Warranty Company. It replaces all other express warranties and
all implied warranties are disclaimed, including the implied warranties
of merchantability and fitness for use.
Under this warranty, the sole remedy is to direct all claims to an
authorized Toro Micro-Irrigation dealer.
Within the warranty period stated below, Toro Micro-Irrigation and
Toro Warranty Company agree to repair or replace, at their option
and without charge, any parts which are found to have original
manufacturing defects, provided the product is returned freight prepaid. If the warranty period is longer than two years and products
are replaced under the warranty after the second year, the remaining
warranty will be prorated for the remaining warranty period, equal
to the ratio between the period that has passed prior to replacement
and the full warranty period. Toro Micro-Irrigation and Toro Warranty
Company do not warranty any labor, including but not limited to labor
on installation or removal.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other
rights, which vary from state to state.
AQUA-TRAXX® DRIP TAPE:
• 4, 5 & 6 mil
• 8 mil
• 10, 12, 13 & 15 mil 6 months
9 months
18 months
BLUE STRIPE® HOSE:
• Oval 42 psi • Oval 21 psi
• Micro-Distribution
• Round All Other Hose:
7 years
2 years
7 years
7 years
1 year*
Fittings:
• All 1 year*
5 years
Valves:
• 100, 600, 700 Series
• BERMAD® VALVES
• Air Vents
5 years
1 year*
1 year*
Mazzei Injectors:
• AIRJECTION®
• Chemical Injectors
1 year*
1 year*
Filters and components:
• All
1 year*
All Other Products 1 year*
* Products sold by, but not manufactured by Toro MicroIrrigation are warranted by their respective manufacturers
** Pro-rated warranty for root intrusion by Geoflow Inc.
visit us at: toro.com
RESOURCES
2 years
5 years
Controllers:
• All
INJECTORS
BLUELINE® DRIPLINE:
• Emitters • Hose Emission Devices:
• All (except NGE®)
1 year
• NGE® EMITTER
2 years
CONTROLLERS
NEPTUNE®:
• 6 mil
• 8 mil
• 10, 13 15, 18 & 24 mil 6 months
9 months
18 months
VALVES
Warranty Period from date of delivery:
FILTERS
Many plastic compounds are widely known to be susceptible to
environmental stress cracking (ESC) and other forms of material
Neither Toro Micro-Irrigation nor Toro Warranty Company is liable
for any loss or damage, including property damage resulting from
installer’s negligence.
EMISSION
DEVICES
Toro Micro-Irrigation warranty only covers the Toro product itself,
and only applies to defects in material or workmanship in that Toro
product; warranty does not cover loss or damage to anything else,
or loss or damage to the Toro product caused by anything other
than a defect in that Toro product. For example and not by way of
limitation, this warranty does not apply to loss or damage to the
product, vegetation or other property or personal injury due to
improper installation and or application (including non-standard use
of product as for example mechanically moved irrigation systems,
continuous pressure situations, heated water, waste water, potable
water or others), abuse, alteration, mishandling, accident, insects,
rodents, mechanical damage, plugging, over pressurization or if
the product damage results from service by anyone other than Toro
Micro-Irrigation or its authorized service centers or used outside the
recommendations of the Toro Micro-Irrigation Owner’s Manual.
Neither Toro Micro-Irrigation nor Toro Warranty Company is liable
for indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, including but not
limited to vegetation or crop loss during periods of malfunction or
resulting non-use.
FITTINGS
Claims for defects that are not freight related should be filed with Toro
Micro-Irrigation no later than five days from date of discovery of defect
within the warranty period as stated below. In order to accurately
identify the cause of potential warranty defects, the customer shall
provide access to the field, system components, design information,
maintenance records, and injected compounds (fertilizers, chemicals,
etc.) as requested by Toro.
Neither Toro Micro-Irrigation nor Toro Warranty Company is liable for
failure of products not manufactured by Toro Micro-Irrigation even
though such products may be sold or used in conjunction with Toro
Micro-Irrigation products.
HOSE
Toro Micro-Irrigation Price list is F.O.B. Factory. Neither Toro MicroIrrigation nor Toro Warranty Company is liable for loss or damage
occurring during shipment. Responsibility for safe delivery is assumed
by the customer and freight carrier at the time of shipment. Claims
for such damages should be filed with the freight carrier immediately
upon identification.
degradation. The use of certain substances may accelerate the
process of ESC and/or material degradation, and would invalidate any
Toro product warranty.
DRIPLINE
Toro Micro-Irrigation and its affiliate, Toro Warranty Company pursuant
to an agreement between them, jointly warrant to Toro Micro-Irrigation
trade customers that Toro Micro-Irrigation products for agricultural
use will be free from original defects in materials and workmanship.
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BRAND USAGE
Company Logo
Product Names
The Toro logo is a company identifier and needs be
used as set forth in the guidelines below.
Use of AQUA-TRAXX®, PRO-LOC™ and other
Toro product names:
The guidelines for usage are required whenever the
logo is used in any format.
There are many Micro-Irrigation products under the
Toro brand. Should you need to identify these products
in any advertising, promotional or printed format,
please use the font format as you see below:
1. O
ur brand name is Toro. It is expressed graphically
as our logo with or without the words “Count on it.”,
as seen below:
AQUA-TRAXX®
This font is DIN Next LT Pro Bold and is the font used
to identify all Toro products when they are used
in promotional or printed format. Please call the
Marketing Department should you have any questions.
Trademark Usage
Toro is a registered trademark and should be used in
compliance to protect the trademark.
2. The color used to create the Toro logo is PMS 186.
Process Equivalent: C=0%, M=100%, Y=80%, K=5%
3. There is no single approved size for the Toro logo.
The logo may be reduced or enlarged as required;
however, it must remain in proportion with the
camera-ready artwork provided, and should not be
reproduced smaller than 1/4 inch (6 mm) in width,
as measured from the left edge to the right edge
of the shield. All logos are available in electronic
format from the Marketing Department. Please do
not try and re-create a logo.
4. In print applications, please ensure that the logo
has good contrast with the background. When
the logo is to be printed on a colored background,
always choose a color that will give the logo
maximum visibility and readability.
5. In advertising applications, please give the company
logo plenty of staging area or enough white space
so it does not appear crowded by other marketing
elements.
6. D
ealer names can appear with the Toro logo in
its preferred font and color, however the font size
cannot exceed the height of the “T” in the Toro logo,
and the dealer name must be at least 1/2” below
the Toro logo/product name. The dealer name
cannot be above or to the side of the Toro logo.
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Correct Usage of the Registration (®) Symbol
• Use only when it refers to a Toro product.
• Use on the upper right shoulder of the mark in the
first reference.
In addition, many Toro products and properties have
a federally registered trademark (®) and must be
referred to as follows:
Products with ®:
AQUA-TRAXX®, NGE®, RAIN DIAL®,
TOTAL CONTROL®, BLUE STRIPE®,
DURA-TRAXX®, CLIPPERLINE®, KWIKDIAL®,
OMNIREG®, BLUELINE®, SENTINEL®, NEPTUNE®
Use (™) on the right shoulder (e.g. LOC-EZE™) with the
following un-registered trademarks:
AQUA-CLEAR™, LOC-EZE™, PC™, PRO-LOC™, IBOC™
QUESTIONS:
If you have any questions regarding logo guidelines
or trademarks, please contact the Marketing
Department at +1 (619) 596-2102.
Toro Micro-Irrigation
TAPE
NOTES
DRIPLINE
HOSE
FITTINGS
EMISSION
DEVICES
FILTERS
VALVES
CONTROLLERS
INJECTORS
RESOURCES
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visit us at: toro.com
NOTES
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Toro Micro-Irrigation
WHEN WE SAY COUNT ON IT, WE MEAN IT
With an expanding population, growers around the world are looking to technologies that
help increase productivity of existing land and maximize precious water resources. Toro’s
drip irrigation solutions help growers of permanent, field and row crops around the world
realize substantial benefits in yield, quality, and water savings from the precise application
of water and nutrients.
Visit toro.com or call (800) 333-8125 for more information or to find your local Toro dealer.
Visit driptips.toro.com to learn more about drip irrigation and how it can help your farm.
© 2016 The Toro Company.
All Rights Reserved. Printed in the USA.
Micro-Irrigation Business
1588 N. Marshall Avenue
El Cajon, CA 92020-1523, USA
Tel: +1 (800) 333-8125 or +1 (619) 562-2950
Fax: +1 (800) 892-1822 or +1 (619) 258-9973
toro.com | driptips.toro.com
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Products depicted in this literature are for demonstration purposes only. Actual products offered for sale may vary in use, design, required attachments and
safety features. We reserve the right to improve our products and make changes in specifications, design and standard equipment without notice and without
incurring obligation. See your dealer for details on all our warranties.
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