Dripping pipe made on cylindrical polyethylene pipe with cylindrical dripper with turbulent flows. The dripper is made with large-section cavities which, by exploiting the turbulence of the flows, reduce the risk of blockages. It is symmetrical, patented and designed to be inseparably welded to the internal wall of the pipe to avoid risks of detachment and breakage. These characteristics make the pipe very resistant to rubbing and crushing on the ground, to mechanical stress during and after installation, and allow the pipe to be rewound and reinstalled using manual and mechanical means. The smooth walls and uniform thickness of the tube minimize pressure losses, allowing the dripper to be cleaned. Ideal for multi-year irrigation systems, gently sloping terrain and light sub-irrigation.
The ATP dripping pipe is available in the Normal version, with two outlet holes, and Double, with four water outlet holes, ideal for sandy soils.