The Alameda Corridor is an underground railway linking the Long Beach Port with downtown Los Angeles.
1st Time Users: Before connecting your PC to the LEIT 4000 please install the 4000 USB Drivers below.
Transforming the Expressway Noise Enclosures/Barriers of Tuen Mun Town Centre into a Vibrant Tapestry of Green
If difficulties occur when installing or maintaining a LEIT-2 system, please review this online LEIT Troubleshooting Guide. It contains useful information designed to help identify the specific cause, as well as step-by-step instructions that may help to correct the problem.
If difficulties occur when installing or maintaining a LEIT 4000, X, or XRC system, please review this online LEIT Troubleshooting Guide. It contains useful information designed to help identify the specific cause, as well as step-by-step instructions that may help to correct the problem.
Thank you so much for helping my wife set up your 510P Battery Operated Propagation Controller.
Over the past several years, micro-irrigation manufacturers have been quite busy producing new low volume irrigation products and improving on the extensive array of existing products available to the home gardener.
Reviewing and upgrading your irrigation system can lead to better uniformity, resulting in water savings and a flourishing garden.
Drip irrigation is the slow, precise application of water and nutrients directly to the plant root zone in a predetermined pattern.
This is a suggestion for using a drip system in a garden or for long line along a fence with flowers, shrubs, groundcover and trees. This recommendation can be used on medium to heavy soil.
For vegetable garden we suggest the following two options: Option 1: Drip line with 1 GPH dripper every 18". This system can last for 7-10 years Option 2: Drip tape with drippers every 12". This system can last for 3-5 years
Our suggestion is to use a combination of drip 1/4" soaker line or misters for large containers and individual drippers for the smaller pots.
DIG's LEIT-2ET, ambient light (solar) powered irrigation system and EXCEL™ Dripline has been implemented in the new design of a "zero carbon building" for the Hong Kong Construction Industry Council (CIC).
SAN DIEGO, C.A., July 2013— DIG announces the retirement of Commercial Sales Manager, Rick Heenan effective July 2nd.
SAN DIEGO, C.A., July 29, 2013 — DIG is thrilled to welcome a talented addition to their growing team: Ty Johnson. Ty joined DIG as Commercial Sales Manager for the Western Region of the US in early July.
Due to the current state of the economy the landscaping industry is being forced to step back from typical business practices and start to think outside the box.
While it is true that drought conditions can and do contribute to regional water shortages, there is little doubt that, (in many parts of the country), even several consecutive seasons of higher than normal rainfall will not result in the easing or repeal of government imposed water use ordinances.
Selecting the correct size and type of filter for a low-volume system is a critical decision that should be made with forethought and begins by acquiring some knowledge of the quality of the water that is being supplied. It’s essential to know what the primary contaminants are in the water supply so the correct type of filter can be selected.
In public landscapes, commercial/industrial parks, high traffic zones and/or places where vandalism is prevalent, in order to achieve long-term success, it is imperative that the appropriate irrigation products are selected, and that they are installed in the correct manner.
When watering landscapes with drip irrigation systems it is important to recognize that systems need, at a minimum, yearly maintenance, even preferably twice a year.
With a heavy heart, DIG announces the passing of Rick Heenan, National Sales Manager, Commercial Products. Just months after his retirement in June, Rick passed away on September 19th after a sudden and brave bout with cancer.
SAN DIEGO, C.A., April 4, 2014 — DIG is thrilled to announce the appointment of Ty Johnson to National Commercial Sales Manager.
When maintaining, repairing, and/or installing drip/low-volume irrigation systems, there is a good chance the technician will be dealing with polyethylene supply tubing of some type and size.
Any discussion of watering schedules for landscape drip irrigation systems should begin on site with an appraisal of the soil type.
Drip/low volume irrigation systems operate at much lower pressures than sprinkler systems, and so a pressure regulator is usually required to bring the dynamic pressure down to an acceptable range, normally between 15 and 35 psi.
On-line, single outlet, point- source emitters, (once available in only a few non-pressure compensating types) are now produced by many...
Like many products in the current commercial drip irrigation market place, low-volume micro-sprinklers were first developed for use in the agricultural industry, where wholesale growers, nurseries, and tree farmers have utilized them with much success for many years.
Drip/low-volume irrigation system maintenance is more necessary, time consuming, and involved than maintenance of conventional sprinkler systems. The primary reasons...
Nearly all species of ornamental, specimen and fruit/nut bearing trees, at any stage of growth, will benefit from irrigation applied through a drip or low-volume irrigation system.
The benefits of utilizing in-line emitter tubing, a.k.a. landscape dripperline, are numerous and well known.
When freezing weather is anticipated, simply turn off your main water supply to the irrigation system and make sure that the backflow device, valves, filter, pressure regulator, pipe, sprinklers, drip hose, and drippers are free of water.
DIG announces the international release of a new, battery-free, hose-end tap timer powered only by ambient light.
DIG-7X0A-controllers DIG announces the international release of three battery powered multi-station DC irrigation controllers with multiple programs and extended battery life.
What does it take to transform four dry, dusty, barren plots into a thriving water-wise educational oasis?
There is nothing that stands out as more American than a well-manicured lawn and home garden. In fact, I have fond, youthful memories of helping my Grandpa Joe tend his crops.
DIG is pleased to announce that we have reached an agreement with Teco Srl, (an Italian based company), to distribute select DIG irrigation products to the European markets.
DIG has commenced shipping of the #GLW08, a complete vertical garden system that includes 8 innovative containers and mounting brackets, and a high tech, low-volume drip irrigation system that can be connected to a garden faucet or sprinkler riser.
It may still be cold outside and plenty wet but on Feb. 2nd, when that old groundhog Phil back in Gobblers Knob came out of his winter home, he cast no shadow. And "when there is no shadow cast, an early spring is the forecast"!
1/8” is for use with 12 outlet drip head (Maverick) and spray sticks (#9802-2) only
By Stuart Spaulding, CLIA. No, it's not a parking meter. DIG's LEIT Control System can be programmed to operate up to 28 valves, spanning an area of over one mile with up to 12 independent water schedules per valve.