Agricultural irrigation systems come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Source water can come from a variety of sources: rivers, lakes, streams, storm ponds, canals, etc. Depending on the crop or material to be irrigated, the system may include a center pivot, drippers, sprinklers, or other method of application.

The level of protection to be furnished is dependent on the water source and the method of application. Certain water sources may be more contaminated with solids than others, requiring the use of multiple filters or filters with extended screen areas. In addition, the finer the openings in the application element, the finer the screen required, which also impacts filter selection. For example, a drip irrigation system drawing water from a canal requires much finer filtration and more screen area than a center pivot system taking water from a lake.

For best results, contact us and let our network of application specialists help you select the right equipment for your application.