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BERMAD invites you to watch our webinar series which takes a comprehensive look at the key issues facing irrigation today. Six webinars covering irrigation design; control problems & solutions along the irrigation field; air valves, water meters & irrigation control valves; irrigation in greenhouses; review of case studies and answers to questions from the field.
Adapting irrigation infrastructure to changing needs in the world of agriculture
The Olmos project in Peru, is a mega project diverting water from the Huancabamba river. The project was a joint venture between the Netafim drip irrigation company which designed and executed the project, Valmont Industries, which supplied the center-pivot irrigation systems, and BERMAD which designed and supplied unique automatic hydraulic solutions for this project.
Pressure and flow value optimization are an integral part of irrigation system design. With constant and often dramatic fluctuations in demand flow and supply pressure, valves and other components need to ensure dynamic pressure and flow control across the entire system.
We’d like to introduce you to our new 3-way and 2-way integrated Top Pilot Series, which is ideal for
Hydraulic flow control can be used to increase the efficiency of irrigation systems, optimize water usage, and balance and protect hydraulic systems.
Mechanized irrigation systems such as Center Pivots and Linears are used to irrigate large cultivated fields.
In a recent BERMAD webinar, “Pressure Sustaining, Circulation and Relief in Irrigation Systems”, our Application Engineer Sarit Hatzbany took a closer look at pressure sustaining principles of operation and the key differences between relief, circulation and inline sustaining valves.
In a recent BERMAD webinar, “The Optimal Approach to Irrigation Design” our Global Irrigation Unit Manager, Yiftah Enav presented BERMAD's Design Approach when facing the multiple considerations in project design.
Yiftah chose to start our Webinar Series by presenting basic terminology combined with theoretical rules-of-thumb referring to achieving optimal irrigation uniformity.