Pulsar™ Frost Protection

The most cost-effective and efficient frost protection method

Frost damage can have a drastic effect upon plants which can lead to reduced yields, or poor product quality. While there are several frost protection methods available, growers need to choose the most cost-effective and efficient way to protect fruit trees and vineyards from spring frost

Pulsar™ covers both needs – it is a unique pressure compensating micro-sprinkler with a low flow rate. Applied at a rate of several pulses per minute, Pulsar™ creates a thin coating of ice on the trees, which releases latent heat and creates an "effective barrier" that protects them from freezing temperatures.

  • Cost-effective and water efficient frost protection
  • Allows reduction of emitters per hectare, while maintaining the required precipitation rate for frost mitigation
  • Ideal for many types of tree crops, vineyards and trellised crops

Why Pulsar™ Frost Protection?

  • Effective frost protection: Delivers several pulses of water per minute, ensuring continuous watering over a large area for many hours.
  • Water and energy efficient: Specially designed to use less than 50%-70% of the water required by full-coverage sprinkler systems, it protects larger areas with a given amount of water and saves energy consumption too.
  • Lowest system cost: Pulse technology enables great water coverage with the lowest possible flow rate – lowering operating costs by up to 30% compared to other systems.
  • Uniform water distribution, irrespective of topography: Achieves optimal results even with sloping terrain and long laterals due to a unique flow regulation mechanism.
  • Low maintenance, high performance: Pulsar emitters are simple to install and are made to withstand agrochemicals and adverse weather conditions.
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