If you wish to use the water from your well or borehole to water your outdoor spaces, it is necessary to treat it upstream. Filtration and fertilization will allow you to obtain quality water that will guarantee you a healthy garden.

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SAND FILTERS

As with your pool water, filtration is an essential step in an automatic sprinkler system. Filtration allows you to get rid of bacteria and micro-organisms that pollute the water drawn from a well, but also to protect your water system from limescale.

One of the most efficient filters suitable for water with a high particulate content is a sand filter.

The DROP model is ideal for high organic/inorganic matter content. It filters the water through a layer of graduated particles (sand, gravel, granular materials). The gravel filters can be installed alone or in a battery for better performance. Their filtering agent consists of gravelly sand of silicic origin.

Once the water is free of pollution, automatic watering can also be used to distribute fertilizers, fungicides and insecticides through the irrigation system. However, it is important to administer these crop protection products in the right dosage to optimize results.

DOSING PUMP

That’s exactly what the Dosatron dosing pump offers you. Installed on the water network, the Dosatron uses water pressure as its sole driving force. It sucks in the concentrated product, doses it at the desired percentage and mixes it with the driving water. The resulting solution is then sent downstream.
The injection of the product is always proportional to the volume of water flowing through the Dosatron, regardless of variations in flow rate or system pressure.

DOSING PUMP

That’s exactly what the Dosatron dosing pump offers you. Installed on the water network, the Dosatron uses water pressure as its sole driving force. It sucks in the concentrated product, doses it at the desired percentage and mixes it with the driving water. The resulting solution is then sent downstream.
The injection of the product is always proportional to the volume of water flowing through the Dosatron, regardless of variations in flow rate or system pressure.