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Droplet Size, Application Intensity and Application Rate

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It’s all about the soil The outstanding distribution uniformity of wobbler technology is one the reasons that the i-Wob is the most imitated sprinkler of the irrigation industry. The off-center rotary action of a grooved deflector combines with the wobbling action to create consistently-sized droplets. Unlike stream-driven sprinklers, the i-Wob instantaneously covers a 360° area. […]

What Droplet Size is Best?

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Sprinkler manufacturers do not publish the actual droplet dimensions. This would be difficult to measure and would not address what that size really means. Instead, they provide more general droplet information – small, medium, large. Tighter soils require smaller droplets because they have a lower kinetic energy. However, smaller droplets are susceptible to wind drift, […]

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