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Netafim USA releases techline calculator app

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The free tool can be used for dripline installations.

| March 12, 2013

Netafim USA has released a free Techline Calculator app for use with iPhone and Android devices. This irrigation system design program calculates and displays project specifications and recommends products for an efficient dripline plan.

The user enters the square footage of the area that needs to be irrigated (whether a garden or turf grass), along with the soil type, and the program does the rest. This includes calculating dripline length, placement, flow requirements, application rates and run times.

The Techline Calculator additionally provides a list of components required for the installation, indicating which filter or pressure regulator is needed, even the quantity of staples.

Techline professional products, including Techline CV, Techline, Techline RW and Techline EZ, are used to efficiently irrigate trees, shrubs, turf and flower beds in commercial and residential installations.

All Techline products are manufactured from recycled material and qualify for LEED credits. Techline is also recyclable when its productive life is over.

Netafim USA is based in Fresno, Calif., and is a global leader in the development and manufacture of low volume irrigation systems for landscape, turf and agriculture. Netafim offers an extensive range of irrigation solutions for water-efficient landscapes, including Techline tubing, filters, water meters, controllers and valves, point-source emitters, hydrometers and other products for complete dripline system installations.
 

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