Benedicta, Utawala, Nairobi, Kenya.

Bypass Highway, opp Arina estate, Kisumu

Work Hours
Monday to Friday: 8 AM - 5 PM
Weekend: 9 AM - 1 PM

drip tapes (0.3-0.4 mm strong double emitters)


What are the 4 types of irrigation?
The methods of drip irrigation include Surface,Sprinkler,Drip/trickle and Subsurface.
The use of drip lines is suitable for crops such as;Oil Seed,
Orchard Crops. Grapes, Banana, Pomegranate, Orange,
Vegetables. Tomato, Chilly, Capsicum, Cabbage.
Cash Crops. Sugarcane, Cotton.
Flowers. Rose, Carnation, Gerbera, Anthurium
Plantation. Tea, Rubber, Coffee, Coconut etc.
Spices. Turmeric, Cloves, Mint etc.


Drip tapes definition

What is the significance of the drip line? Instead of relying on high water pressure from a sprinkler, drip lines slowly transport water through a hose for far more precise watering. This method of irrigation is popular in dry climates where water conservation is required.

What is the difference between drip tapes and a hosepipe?

Whereas a hosepipe can only water a plant at a time, a drip line has pores that water all the plants at the same time with even pressure. Unlike a pipe that pours water over the plant, A drip line will conserve water by applying it directly to the plant root.

What are the sizes of drip tapes available?

It is available in several specifications to suit all irrigation requirements and features high UV resistant LPDE material with high clogging resistance. All options are supplied in 16mm diameter and 1000m lengths with integral drip emitters available in different spacings and flow rates depending on requirements. Standard drip lines are available in options of 20cm and 30cm emitter spacings with emitter flow of 1.2litre per hour, 1.4litre per hour 1.6litre per hour, and 2.3litre per hour.


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