"A modern membrane irrigation system is probably the most ecological and effective solution for irrigation of gardens, parks, sports facilities, and agricultural areas. It is made of about 65% rubber and 35% polyethylene.

The modern membrane irrigation system is the central element of the underground irrigation system.

It consists of porous hydrophilic pipes that are installed at a depth of 15 to 50 cm below the ground, depending on the type of substrate. Due to the even distribution of water under low pressure and soil capillarity, only the soil around the roots is wet. This leads to almost 100% water use."

  • Irrigation directly through plant roots
  • No evaporation - up to 100% water use
  • Up to 70% water saving
  • Equal water flow at low pressure (about 0.6 bar)
  • More efficient distribution of fertilizers through direct irrigation of the roots
  • Possibility of using water of any origin (rain, fountain, spring) by installing an appropriate filter.
  • Unbreakable material - resistant to frost and rodents.
  • Stronger roots, better growth and harvest.
  • Continuous moistening of the soil can be ensured throughout the entire irrigation period.
  • Thanks to the subsurface installation of the dripping hose, lime does not separate from the water through evaporation but it passes through the pores of the RRC WATER SYSTEM. What is more, all the water and minerals do not evaporate on the surface of the pipe. Calcification of the RRC WATER SYSTEM is not possible. Nevertheless, we recommend using calcium neutralizer with water with very high calcium content.
  • Well targeted and more efficient use of fertilizers through the RRC WATER SYSTEM directly to the roots reduces environmental stress.

Irrigation with the modern membrane irrigation system Irrigation

Irrigation with the modern membrane irrigation system
Irrigation - Waterpipe is an ecological irrigation system - an alternative to traditional systems.

It is the most ecological and effective solution for the irrigation of gardens, parks, sports facilities and agricultural areas.

Porous hydrophilic pipes

Water system is the central element of the underground irrigation system.

It consists of porous hydrophilic pipes that are installed at a depth of 15 to 50 cm below the ground, depending on the type of substrate. Due to the even distribution of water under low pressure and soil capillarity, only the soil around the roots is wet. This leads to almost 100% water use.

A modern membrane irrigation system is a system of underground porous hydrophilic pipes made of 100% recycled rubber that can transport water, fertilizer, heat or oxygen to the ground, but can also suck surface water. This means that irrigation takes place exactly where it is needed: directly at the root of the plant, in the soil. The fine rubber powder and fine granulates as the base of the hose form a kind of semipermeable membrane, through which liquid and gaseous substances can be transported in the soil in the smallest doses.

Advantages

  • Irrigation taking place directly through plant roots
  • No evaporation - up to 100% water use
  • Up to 70% water saving
  • Equal water flow at low pressure (about 0.6 bar)
  • More efficient distribution of fertilizers through direct irrigation of the roots
  • Possibility of using water of any origin (rain, fountain, spring) by installing an appropriate filter
  • Unbreakable material - resistant to frost and rodents.
  • Stronger roots, better growth and harvest.
  • Continuous moistening of the soil can be ensured throughout the entire irrigation period.

Porous assembly

The assembly can be made on objects during their implementation, as well as on ready-made facilities such as: lawns, sports fields, farmlands, golf courses, etc. Assembly and installation takes place using specialized equipment.

Installation depth

To achieve the best possible plant growth, the roots must be irrigated. The depth of assembly depends on the depth of roots. It may vary from 10 to 50 cm.

Installation parameters

The distance between two parallel installed pipelines depends on the installation depth, crops and soil quality. We recommend a distance of 25 to 80 cm.

Water pressure

The best irrigation is obtained at a pressure of 0.2 to 0.6 bar.

Irrigation

After the introduction phase, the water flow in the pipes is 3 litres per hour, at a pressure of 0.6 bar. The amount of water can be adjusted as needed by adjusting the water pressure.

The amount of water

With proper use, water savings can reach up to 70% compared to traditional irrigation systems. You can obtain better results in plant breeding.

Accessories

We are the supplier of all accessories for the installation of an underground irrigation system, for example: water filters, pressure valves, timers and humidity regulators - solar powered, if necessary, connectors, polyethylene pipes and much more. If necessary, we also carry out the entire installation.

A modern membrane irrigation system consists of an underground network of flexible drip pipes

The irrigation pipe is installed at the root depth between the plants. The porous tube distributes water over its entire length and surface serving as a natural membrane.
Areas that are irrigated using our system and are surrounded by dry soil will become a completely moist area.
In order to obtain such a result, the distance between the lines of the pipes varies depending on the physical quality of the soil, in particular its capillarity.
In general, pipes are installed at the same distance from each other.
Each pipe is connected to the main water pipe. The main station is located at the beginning of the main water pipe. The main water pipes can be separated into different modules to use water resources without any losses.

  • The main station to regulate water flow, pressure depends on area conditions.
  • Water pipes available in a rigid or flexible version.
  • Some lines of flexible membrane irrigation system. Depending on the depth of the roots and soil quality, the installation takes place at a depth of 10 to 50 cm. The irrigation pipe can be installed in one continuous line or intermittently if some areas should not be irrigated.
  • The modern membrane irrigation system in a continuous form or intermittently by means of a control unit. The choice of irrigation method depends on the type of crop, climate, and soil quality. This prevents drying out and excessive moisturising.
  • The irrigation system also works on uneven terrain with differences up to 4%.
  • The system can also be used in various lengths with the same main water pipe. Thanks to the low pressure, the water flow will be the same over long distances. In this way, homogeneous irrigation or moisturising the entire surface can be done. Liquid fertilizers or other substances run directly to the roots via a modern membrane irrigation system.

A modern membrane irrigation system can be used for the irrigation of parks, sports grounds, gardening, and tree nurseries. The installation should be carried out in the correct order. It is important, however, to follow a few strict rules:

It is necessary to determine the irrigated area and to indicate the water inflow as best as possible.
The assembly must be carried out using suitable machines, such as:
- Ditch plough
- Shovel dredger
- A specially made tooth that allows creating one or several pipe lines at the same time

One of the assembly options: Multi-purpose ditch plough