1. Hose and Valve Assembly
The hose and valve assembly connect the water source to the irrigation system. The valve is opened and closed to control water flow through the system. This can be accomplished manually with a screwdriver or by using an electric motor that turns on when it senses a signal from an electronic sensor attached to each sprinkler head. This type of irrigation system should never be left open when there’s no one around; it is responsible for wasting thousands of gallons of water every year.
2. Water Source Adapter
A water source adapter connects the irrigation system to a water source. Hoses and pipes made of plastic, PVC, or metal are commonly used as water source adapters. The shape of the hose or pipe may vary depending on how it will be used in your garden. For example, if you want to use your irrigation system with a watering can (a device that pours water into small spaces), then you would need an elbow connector to connect it to the watering cans and the spout easily. And if you prefer to use a sprinkler on top of a 1/2″ diameter pipe, then be sure to get an end cap for this size too!
Water source adapters may also come with shutoff valves which are important for safety reasons because, once connected, they prevent leaks from happening when disconnected from their sources but still have pressure inside them after removing connections (for example: when changing out emitters).
3. Pressure Regulator
A pressure regulator is a device that controls the pressure of a fluid, typically air or water, by reducing its force. And pressure regulators maintain constant pressure and flow rate in a system. They are frequently used in firefighting equipment to prevent over-pressurisation of hoses and sprinklers caused by fluctuations in the water supply.
Filters remove sediment and other impurities from the water before it’s delivered. They can be made of different materials, including fibreglass cloth or diatomaceous earth (a type of natural filter). Besides, they are typically installed in the ground or on walls but can also be attached to a hose or valve assembly.
5. Distribution Tubing
Distribution tubing is used to distribute water to the drip emitters and is made of plastic, metal or PVC. Meanwhile, tubing can be purchased in various diameters from 1/2″ to 3″. The diameter of the tube will depend on how intense a water pressure you have and how far away your emitters will be. Moreover, tubing usually comes in rolls and can be cut to length as needed.
6. Drip Emitters
They are the most common type of irrigation part. They deliver water in a very small, controlled amount over a long period. Emitters can be installed in various ways, but they are generally placed near the roots of plants so that water is delivered directly to them.
7. Water Entry Device
A water entry device is a component of DRip irrigation systems. It provides a means of delivering water to the drip emitters. It can be mounted on the wall or ceiling, and it’s usually located near the water source.
Water entry devices can be made from plastic, rubber, or metal. They are available in different sizes, shapes and colours to suit your requirements.