Possible Deployment Options

There are a number of possible connection points for an EZ-FLO unit in your school’s irrigation piping scheme.

This first option to your right is a Full-Feed option that feeds the entire system after the connection point. However if the irrigation system covers a significant landscape area, it may not be cost effective to fertilize your entire grounds. You may want to consider isolating the fertigation unit from lower priority areas to reduce cost.

top view of typical installation

The next option is where you have a large main that breaks off into a manifold that feeds an athletic field along as well as other sprinkler zones. This configuration could also occur where you want to feed a single flower or shrub zone while still watering all the other zones. Facility entrances with flower and shrub beds is a typical situation where you might want to isolate that zone for effect. An example of a schematic where you would Partial Feed only the sports field might be:

Top view of installation isolating one zone

This last configuration represents the isolation of a single drip emitter section to maintain an attractive entranceway to the school campus or for the shrubs that may surround the school building.

Top view of installation after a zone valve

As you can see there are a number of connection options that can be adapted to your specific needs. Please don’t hesitate to Contact Us for technical assistance if you are not sure of the connection options that might work best for your situation. We are available to consult with school district architects to assist you in making an informed decision about your needs.