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Drum for Irrigation: General Information
Tractor can carry a drum or reel on to which a hose pipe is wound. This hose can be wound or unwound depending on the distance at which it is needed for use. The larger the drum, the longer the hose that can be wound onto it. One end of the hose is connected to a source of water while the under end discharges the water. It is used to water fields and gardens.
The irrigation Drum was invented by Vernon B.W. Harvey of Little Canford, Wimborne, Dorset in Great Britain in 1985 and later patented in 1987 with the primary examiner of this invention being Andres Kashinkow. The invention was meant to make it easy to supply irrigation water to places that are far away from the source. Other sub categories of this Drum for irrigation are the Pump, Parts, Pipe, Irrigation Equipment and others. These sub categories do relatively the same type of work as the Drum for Irrigation.
There are many prominent manufacturers of this drum for irrigation. They include Bauer of United Kingdom, Ocmis, Bazille and Irrifrance all with French roots. The main difference in the Drum for irrigation models is based on year of manufacture, pipe diameter they can hold, and the length of hose they can hold. For instance there are those Drums for irrigation that can hold more than 2,500 ft of hose pipe. The year of manufacture may just give the drum for irrigation an edge over the earlier versions since it may come with the latest technology that may make it even more efficient. Some of the latest models may come with some sub categories inbuilt on the Drum for irrigation. This means that a Drum for irrigation may come with a pump hence more cubic liters of water are pumped with the help of the pump hence raised areas are even better irrigated.