Pivot and linear systems from BAUER
The most efficient system under the sun
The principles of efficiency and sustainability guide the way in the development of our pivot and linear systems. BAUER low-pressure systems can be operated at a connection pressure of less than 3 bar. This requires less work from the pump, which also improves cost-efficiency. BAUER systems are designed to supply a pressure of 1.1 bar at the end of the system (or 1 bar in the case of pressure reducing valves). Depending on the length and pipe friction losses, a pressure of 1.5 – 4 bar is sufficient at the connection point.
Our pivot and linear systems impress with a uniform droplet size and balanced water distribution: The water is regularly distributed over the entire field area and can penetrate deep down to the roots of the plants. Irrigation close to the ground avoids puddles and creates the optimal conditions for uninterrupted growth and a reliable harvest.
The pressure required for operation of the system is directly related to the efficiency of the irrigation system. With low-pressure irrigation systems, optimal water quantities can be spread across the field very cost-efficiently. BAUER systems operate with extremely high reliability and are unaffected by external factors such as soil, climate or crops.