Drip irrigation tape is a thin, plastic tube with emitters or orifices installed along its length. It is a key component of drip irrigation systems, which deliver water directly to the root zone of crops, minimizing water evaporation and maximizing water use efficiency. This method conserves water and promotes efficient plant growth, making it a popular choice for agricultural and garden irrigation systems.

drip irrigation tape

As leading manufacturers and suppliers of drip irrigation hoses, we pride ourselves on delivering innovative solutions that empower farmers to maximize their crop yields with precision and efficiency. Our state-of-the-art hoses are designed to provide consistent, reliable water and nutrient delivery directly to the plant roots, ensuring optimal growth and productivity. Engineered with advanced materials and technology, our products stand up to the toughest agricultural conditions, offering durability and performance you can trust.

Our commitment goes beyond just supplying high-quality irrigation hoses. We partner with our clients to understand their unique needs and challenges, offering customized solutions and expert support every step of the way. Whether you’re looking to optimize water usage, enhance crop health, or increase your farm’s sustainability, our drip irrigation systems are designed to meet your goals. Join us in revolutionizing agriculture with cutting-edge irrigation technology that nurtures your crops and the planet.

The components of a drip irrigation system

A drip irrigation system comprises drip tape or tubing delivering water directly to plants, emitters regulating water flow, filters preventing clogging, pressure regulators maintaining consistent pressure, backflow preventers ensuring water safety, connectors joining components, mainline tubing distributing water, and end caps and flush valves for system maintenance. Together, these components efficiently deliver water to plants, conserve water, and minimize weed growth and disease risk.

Drip Irrigation System

Mainline Master Tape for Water Supply

drip irrigation system

Our mainline master tape has pre-made holes, which greatly reduces the difficulty of installation and saves effort. The perforated mainline drip tape is primarily designed for ease of installation and labor-saving purposes. With pre-drilled holes along the mainline, the installation process becomes significantly simplified, requiring less effort and time.

This feature allows for quick and efficient setup, especially in large-scale agricultural or garden applications. By eliminating the need for manual hole punching, our perforated mainline drip tape streamlines the installation process, reducing labor costs and ensuring a hassle-free irrigation system setup.

drip system connectors

Difference Between Drip Tape and Micro-Sprinkler Tape

With the continuous advancement of technology, there are various irrigation equipment options available for agricultural irrigation. Among them, drip tapes and micro-sprinkler tapes are commonly used tools. Although the names of these two irrigation devices are similar, they are actually different irrigation tools. To deepen users’ understanding of these two devices, let’s take a look at their main differences.

  • The fundamental difference between drip tapes and micro-sprinkler tapes lies in “drip irrigation.” The former allows water to seep into the soil drop by drop. Compared to micro-sprinkler tapes, the water output of drip tapes is smaller, making them more suitable for drip irrigation of seedlings.
  • Micro-sprinklers utilize agricultural micro-sprinkler tapes assembled into a micro-irrigation system to distribute pressurized water to fields. By irrigating with a small flow rate, the soil near the roots of crops is effectively moistened, allowing water to be conveniently irrigated to the soil near each plant, maintaining lower water stress to meet crop growth needs.
  • Drip tapes typically feature embedded drip heads with a flow rate ranging from 2 to 2.5 liters per hour. The drip heads have labyrinth channels on top to adjust water flow. In contrast, micro-sprinkler tapes have water outlets in the form of needle eyes, typically with angled three-hole, five-hole, or seven-hole spray nozzles, offering higher and variable water output.

In summary, the differences between drip tapes and micro-sprinkler tapes mainly lie in the irrigation method, drip heads, and water output. Additionally, they are also used for different types of crops, a consideration for farmers when making purchasing decisions.