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Case Study: Integrated Irrigation Management for Surge Protection in Guizhou Zhenfeng County, China

The customer, Hainan Shuangyi, required a solution for delivering water from a reservoir on the Beipan River to an orchard irrigation reservoir on the top of a nearby mountain.

As water supply systems such as this one are prone to water hammer, a solution was needed to help protect the mainline from surge damage.

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Yiftah Enav

Yiftah Enav
Realize BERMAD vision and strategy, regarding the development of the Irrigation segment, while carefully maintaining the core values ​of BERMAD. Yiftah works closely with the Regional and the subsidiary (RBC) Directors as the main factor that specializes in the Irrigation segment. Yiftah is responsible for inculcating knowledge and marketing concepts in all BERMAD units of sale and for marketing segment strategic goals while ensuring long-term growth and maintaining profitability and other measures as defined by the management.

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The customer, Hainan Shuangyi, required a solution for delivering water from a reservoir on the Beipan River to an orchard irrigation reservoir on the top of a nearby mountain.

As water supply systems such as this one are prone to water hammer, a solution was needed to help protect the mainline from surge damage.

Read More

Topics: irrrigation

CCRR Callen is a 1.872 Ha irrigation consortium with 70 users who grow corn, barley, wheat and alfalfa. The consortium wanted to modernize its irrigation infrastructure because it was outdated, inefficient and required intensive manual operation (the previous system was based on ditches and open channels).

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Water has always been a precious resource. Today, it is becoming even scarcer and there is an increased focus on energy costs, increased efficiency, and environmental concerns including smarter use of fertigation and chemigation systems.

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Topics: irrrigation, water meter

Since 1965, BERMAD has been interacting with the world’s major designers, entrepreneurs, irrigation companies, dealers and end users – accumulating knowledge and experience in planning and implementing diverse applications that meet a wide range of agricultural irrigation needs.

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Topics: irrrigation

In component design, there is a delicate dance between versatility and specificity. Designing for a specific application helps to ensure that you get exactly what you need. However, it can be highly advantageous both in the field and throughout the distribution and merchandising process to have a component that is suited to a wide variety of applications and situations. The trick to creating such a component is to minimize or eliminate performance compromises while still providing a versatile product. 

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Topics: irrrigation

BERMAD is proud to introduce the latest in our line of hydraulic irrigation control valves: the IR-105-4"L/6"R. This high performance plastic valve offers flexible control valve sizing, and can accept a variety of control features. These features can serve as a 4", 5" or 6" Main Irrigation Control Valve, large scale Plot Valve or as a control valve for main supply systems.                                          

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Topics: irrrigation

Traditionally, most irrigation components such as pipes, emitters, filters, water meters and control valves, have been constructed of Metal. However, the trend over the years have been pointing more and more towards using Plastic.

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Electrical power failures and fluctuations are common occurrences worldwide, especially in many rural areas. While short-term power loss doesn’t typically result in immediate crop damage, it can have devastating effects on an irrigation system due to the water hammer effect.

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Topics: irrrigation

To design an effective and efficient irrigation system, it’s important to consider the effects of air. Air can cause all sorts of troubles in your system if it’s not carefully controlled through the use of air valves.

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Topics: irrrigation

The Internet of Things (IoT) and digital disruption have taken many industries by storm—and the agriculture sector is joining the fray as well. While there are long-standing theories regarding IoT use cases in agriculture, sensor usage and big data are becoming more practical. 

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Topics: irrrigation

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