- Garden irrigation
- Water Supply
- Waste Water
- Agriculture and construction
- Industry and well construction
- Lawn and sports field irrigation
- Golf courses
- Reliable connections
- Tested and certified
- High load capacity
- Long lifetime
- Versatility & Usability
- Impact Resistant plastic
- Easy and quick assembly
Professional Irrigation systems
No matter whether it is a small green area in front of the house, or a public greenery, your plants need a sufficient water supply. Installing a professional irrigation system, keeps your plants independent of rainfall and ensure an even distribution of the water. Here you will find a large selection of products for installation, maintenance or expansion of your irrigation systems
Rain Bird 5004
Rain Bird 5000 / 5004 PC 3.0 with pre-installed nozzle, size 3.0 and 12 Blue nozzles rack
Rain Bird 5004 Plus
Rain Bird 5000 / 5004 PLUS with pre-installed nozzle, size 3.0 and 12 Blue nozzles rack
Hunter X-Core 801i 8-Station 230/240 VAC indoor controller, with plastic cabinet
Hunter X-Core 601 6-Station 230/240 VAC outdoor controller, with plastic cabinet
Welcome to Irritop
Proffesional Irrigation Systems from Irritop: Help Your Garden and Lawn Grow
Α warm weather brings with it lush lawns and gorgeous gardens, but it also means staying on top of keeping them healthy and hydrated. Be sure to properly care for your outdoor oasis by developing and maintaining a watering and irrigation system that will protect your yard even during the hot days of summer. Garden irrigation systems are fast becoming the must have addition for gardens. Irrigation systems are automatic by design and take the leg work out of watering the garden, freeing up the time gardeners would have usually spent watering their plants.
Visit our store to pick up all the watering and irrigation supplies that you'll need this season. We offer a wide selection of products for your convenience. You can also find educational tools to help you design a sprinkler system that works best for your unique yard.
Irrigation controllers are sometimes called irrigation timers. The controller turns the irrigation system on and off at the times you select. In other words, the controller controls the irrigation system. Having a controller with certain minimum performance capabilities is vital to efficient watering. The right controller, properly scheduled, can result in significant water savings and lower water bills. An irrigation system is a collection of pipes, tubing, valves, and sprinkler heads used to irrigate a landscape. Solenoid valves (also called stations or zones), which control the flow of water to different parts of the landscape, open and shut upon a signal from the controller. Once programmed, the controller determines when, how often, and how long each valve is open. It controls how much water goes where and when in your landscape based upon your instructions. The more programming flexibility the controller has, the more efficiently water can be applied to the landscape.
Irrigation Valves are an important component of the irrigation control system. They turn on and off the sprinklers in each irrigation line, they also may be used for drip irrigation systems. Today almost all of sprinkler control valves are electric powered solenoid valves. A solenoid valve is an electromagnetically operated valve. The valve is controlled by an electric current through a solenoid. Multiple solenoid valves can be placed together on a manifold. Each irrigation valve controls one zone in our irrigation system.
Sprinkler irrigation is a method of applying irrigation water which is similar to natural rainfall. Water is distributed through a system of pipes usually by pumping. It is then sprayed into the air through sprinklers so that it breaks up into small water drops which fall to the ground. Sprinklers that spray in a fixed pattern are generally called sprays or spray heads. Sprays are not usually designed to operate at pressures , due to misting problems that may develop. Higher pressure sprinklers that themselves move in a circle are driven by a gear drive, or impact mechanism. These can be designed to rotate in a full or partial