Toro Introduces Thinwall Dripline for Subsurface Irrigation

The new micro-irrigation product is also good for semi-permanent crops.

Published on: Mar 11, 2013

The new Thinwall Dripline by Toro features a flat, molded emitter inside an extruded, thin-wall tube for use in micro-irrigation projects.

Features for the new product include emitters that are highly resistant to plugging, even in poor water quality operations; a requirement of only 120-mesh filters; and it's available in 10-, 13- and 15-mil wall thicknesses in popular 5/8" and 7/8" internal diameters.

The Thinwall Dripline comes in five flow rates including .16, .25, .30, .47 and .75 gallons per hour to accommodate a number of soil types and field conditions.

The new product is compatible with all of Toro's micro-irrigation products.

Toros new thinwall dripline is a micro-irrigation product for subsurface and semi-permanent crops.
Toro's new thinwall dripline is a micro-irrigation product for subsurface and semi-permanent crops.

For more information, visit www.toro.com.

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