Toro Introduces Layflat Hose

Reinforced hose design resists weather and wear for water transfer chores

Published on: Nov 9, 2009

Toro Micro-Irrigation isn't usually a name you'd hear on many farms and ranches, unless they were involved in drip irrigation, but the company's new Layflat hose could find use on farms, ranches and dairies -- or where ever a tough water transfer system is needed.

 

Layflat is designed to resist wear, weather, kincking and stretching and comes in diamters ranging from 1.5 inches to 8 inches. It's portability and cost make it an economical substitute for permanent pipe.

Toro Micro-Irrigation has a new product that could fit into many farm and ranch water transfer applications in its new Layflat hose -- available from 1.5 inches to 8 inches in diameter.
Toro Micro-Irrigation has a new product that could fit into many farm and ranch water transfer applications in its new Layflat hose -- available from 1.5 inches to 8 inches in diameter.

 

For more information visit: www.dripirrigation.org.