Advantages of Embedded Cylindrical Drip Irrigation Tubes

Technical Maturity and Reduced Pressure Requirements

Embedded cylindrical drip heads benefit from advanced technical maturity, facilitating quicker establishment of stable flow mechanisms. Consequently, they demand reduced initial pressure.

Ample Cross-Sectional Area

These tubes boast a generous cross-sectional area within the flow channel, promoting efficient water flow.

Robust Anti-Blocking Capabilities

Their design offers strong resistance to blockages, ensuring uninterrupted water flow.

Uniform Water Distribution

With excellent drip uniformity, water is distributed evenly across the irrigation area.

Dual 90-Degree Water Outlet Holes

Featuring two adjacent 90-degree water outlet holes, these tubes ensure continuous operation even if one hole becomes blocked.

Effective Negative Pressure Prevention

Embedded cylindrical drip tubes excel in preventing negative pressure, enhancing system reliability.

Enhanced Durability and Longevity

Their high strength and integrated design prolong their lifespan, particularly in harsh environments where thermal expansion and contraction are common.

Innovative Drip Head Design

The unique drip head design incorporates a pressure compensation mechanism within the turbulent flow channel, optimizing performance.

Superior Anti-Blocking Mechanism

The wide turbulent flow channel minimizes the risk of clogging, allowing for efficient water passage.

Successful Application in Underground Drip Irrigation Projects

Widely adopted in underground drip irrigation, these tubes offer numerous benefits, including deeper root penetration, efficient irrigation and fertilization, and substantial labor savings.

a. The turbulent flow channel of the energy dissipating is much wider than that of other drip heads. Achieving energy dissipation (i.e., controlling flow rate) requires two conditions: the flow of water through a certain length and width of the channel. The narrower the channel, the shorter the required length, and vice versa. The volume and size of flat drip heads and external embedded drip heads themselves determine that their energy dissipation channels cannot be long, so their channels are inevitably narrower than those of cylindrical drip heads. Most cases of drip head clogging occur in the energy dissipation turbulent flow channel. Therefore, the primary issue in discussing anti-blocking is whether the channel is wide enough.

b. The large outlet channel of the drip head is visible. If the drip irrigation tube is buried by sand or soil, the negative pressure generated when the pump is stopped may suck in some particles. However, in this wide outlet channel, impurities can be easily flushed out during the next irrigation, whereas flat drip heads and external embedded drip heads do not have such wide outlet channels.

c. The drip irrigation tube has two adjacent 90-degree water outlet holes. Although it is a subtle design, it is evident that even if one hole is blocked, the other hole can ensure the normal operation of the drip irrigation tube. This is difficult to achieve with flat drip heads and external embedded drip heads.

d. The above points have been recognized by a large number of users. In underground drip irrigation projects, embedded cylindrical drip irrigation tubes have been widely used and achieved success. Underground drip irrigation tubes are buried 25-35 centimeters below the surface, allowing deeper root systems and more effective irrigation and fertilization, resulting in 30-40% fertilizer savings. Loose surface soil is more conducive to crop respiration and root development, saving labor – no need to recover and install equipment every year.

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