Netafim Pressure Compensating (PC) Spray Stakes were built to fill the needs of growers using automatic watering of large containers
They provide uniform watering from the first to the last pot; vastly improving quality throughout the growing crop
The Stake design prevents water from blowing away in the wind, due to the downward water spray pattern
The built-in check valve prevents the system from draining, to the lowest plants after the system is turned off
High flow rates to supply correct irrigation in large pots/growing bags
PC spray stake is ideal for any application in which a soil wetting mini spray pattern is desired
PC spray stake is manufactured with UV resistant resin to provide years of trouble-free service in both indoor and outdoor applications.
Easy of use, pre assembly. components, excellen performanceHigh flow rates to supply correct irrigation in large pots/growing bags
12lts/hr Pressure Compensated Spray with 80cm lead and spray stake
For all mini-spray nurseries and greenhouses applications.
Non-compensating spray stakes produce a lot of mist that is wastefully blown away especially on a windy day. One more advantage of pressure compensation is that it conserves water. Even at high pressures, up to 60 psi, the pressure compensating mechanism and the downward water spray of the Netafim PC Spray Stake eliminate misting.
Efficient Spray Patterns
Pick the spray pattern that is right for your plants. The single spray pattern spray stake can be placed near the edge of the pot. The double spray pattern spray stake is useful for optimized wetting in very coarse mixes or large pots. It also allows positioning of the spray stake near the stem of the plant which can minimize wetting of the base of the stem.
The side-mounted, secure shut-off is easy and fool proof. For close off, remove the nipple and tubing from the top of the spray stake and attach it to the side of the spray stake. This provides a clear, visual indication - even from a distance - if a unit is in the on or off position.
Adaptable to all soil media types
Stake or rod mount options allow more application options and greater flexibility. The rod mount spray stake is ideal for deeper insertion into coarse bark mix for added stability and greater allowance for height adjustment to increase the size of the wetted pattern.