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Rain Bird

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Industry's broadest range of irrigation products

80 years of expertise in the market

Rain bird nozzles, valves, sprinklers, controllers and driplines 

Rain Bird has been dedicated to using water responsibly over the past 80 years. They provide a full selection of water-saving tools, services and products dedicated to water conservation. The irrigation product range provides you with spectrum of products required to irrigate all areas in a garden or park. 

Our automated systems keep plants hydrated with ease, while conserving water. Drip irrigation tubes are made with equidistant small holes on its surface for gradual and effective wetting of base of plants compared to above ground spraying. It complements best when used for garden beds containing lots of plants and shrubs.

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Sustainability is at the heart of the Rain Bird brand

Rain Bird’s products and systems focus on water saving models, ensuring that there will be clean water available for generations to come.

  • Installing shut-off devices that automatically detects rain or moisture helps take advantage of nature’s free watering service and conserves water to a large extent.
  • The automatic pop-up sprinkler system reduces the usage of water while giving the right amount of water plants need.

Rain Bird systems keeps the landscapes looking beautiful while conserving as much water as possible.

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Simple to install and program

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One supplier for your garden watering projects

Rain Bird's professional products offer premium quality, are easy to install and program and are perfect for residential gardens. We offer a complete range of products for the installation of garden irrigation in parks and gardens of all sizes. From couplings to sprinklers to automation, we can support you.

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Automation

To prevent excessive moisture and mold growth, it is always best to water your garden in the morning. But who wants to get up before sunrise every day to turn on the irrigation system? That's exactly why many people install automated irrigation systems.

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Advantages of drip irrigation

Advances in drip irrigation technologies allow their use in areas with different configurations and in complex terrain, including steep slopes, that do not require careful planning. Drip irrigation is also suitable for all climate conditions.

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Frequently asked questions

What are the components of an automatic irrigation sprinkler system?

A typical automatic irrigation system consists of a controller, solenoid valves and sprinklers with necessary PE pipe & fittings. Additionally, rain sensors, soil moisture sensors etc. can be also added to the system.

Is an automatic irrigation system more effective than a manual system? 

An automatic irrigation system will perform a more effective job with better water saving. Since it is designed based on the topological conditions as well as based upon the plantations raised in the plot.

How to check if drip irrigation lines are working?

A few minutes after turning on the water supply or valve, check whether the areas through which the drip lines run becomes damp or not. If the drip line is either installed underground or covered with organic matter, it becomes difficult to access the wet spots. In such a case, simply dig out a small portion of the soil manually and try to feel the wetness of soil.

How to perform winterisation the drip irrigation lines?

Turn off the water supply and then blow air through the lines to rid of water particles for preventing freezing damages before temperature drops considerably. The drip lines should then be started again only during spring. Another way to clear out water is to use drain vales with suitable fittings towards the end of drip lines instead of capping it.

How to select a suitable emitter spacing for drip irrigation?

The permeability of soil is the main factor which decides the emitter spacing. For drip tubes discharging at 2 lph, emitters must be spaced as 0.3 m for coarser soil, 0.4 m for medium soil particulates and 0.5 m for finer soil.

Is a drip irrigation system is a cost-effective method?

Drip tubes discharges at the rate of 0.001 – 0.002 m3/h whereas a normal sprinkler discharges at 0.09 – 0.13 m3/h. The slower application rate does affect and reduce water usage by 40% comparatively.

Frequently asked questions

A typical automatic irrigation system consists of a controller, solenoid valves and sprinklers with necessary PE pipe & fittings. Additionally, rain sensors, soil moisture sensors etc. can be also added to the system.
An automatic irrigation system will perform a more effective job with better water saving. Since it is designed based on the topological conditions as well as based upon the plantations raised in the plot.
A few minutes after turning on the water supply or valve, check whether the areas through which the drip lines run becomes damp or not. If the drip line is either installed underground or covered with organic matter, it becomes difficult to access the wet spots. In such a case, simply dig out a small portion of the soil manually and try to feel the wetness of soil.
Turn off the water supply and then blow air through the lines to rid of water particles for preventing freezing damages before temperature drops considerably. The drip lines should then be started again only during spring. Another way to clear out water is to use drain vales with suitable fittings towards the end of drip lines instead of capping it.
The permeability of soil is the main factor which decides the emitter spacing. For drip tubes discharging at 2 lph, emitters must be spaced as 0.3 m for coarser soil, 0.4 m for medium soil particulates and 0.5 m for finer soil.
Drip tubes discharges at the rate of 0.001 – 0.002 m3/h whereas a normal sprinkler discharges at 0.09 – 0.13 m3/h. The slower application rate does affect and reduce water usage by 40% comparatively.