Monday, 26 September 2011

Using Other Water Sources

I WANT TO IRRIGATE USING WATER FROM A BOREHOLE/LAKE/STREAM. WHAT DO I NEED FOR THIS?


A pump will be needed to move the water and to provide water pressure for your system.  You also need a dirty water filter to make sure debris (even from the cleanest lake etc) does not clog your sprinklers.

Additional components such as float switches and an electrical control switch  will be required. We can advise and supply these as a complete system. Assuming it is a private domestic property you are able to draw up to 20,000 litres per day without an extraction licence, although you should always check with the local office of the Environment Agency.
River Water Extraction

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