With less than eight weeks to go until the show opens, it’s time to start planning your visit to the Irrigation Australia Conference and Exhibition.
If you have not yet registered to attend Irrigation Australia 2014 do so today! For those already registered have you considered the following:
- Getting there - plan your transportation to and from the venue in advance to avoid delays
- Accommodation - book your accommodation online through our website to receive discounted rates and packages
- Contact the exhibitors - pre plan your meetings with exhibitors to ensure you get the most out of your time on the show floor
If you require any assistance with any of the above please contact our team directly:
Ph: 02 9556 7993
What products will you see at the show?Over 90 exhibitors will be showcasing the latest products, services, applications and technology that the industry has to offer at the Irrigation Australia Exhibition. Bringing together all the critical players in the Irrigation Industry, this is the place to meet, network and do business all under one roof.
Here are just some of the technologies you can expect to see from key industry players such as Bermad Water Technologies, HATZ Diesel Australia and Parkland Australia/Mottech Water Management.
View all new product listings here.
D-Series Diesel EngineHATZ Diesel Australia
Quality, versatile, single cylinder, air-cooled diesel engines for use to drive pumps/gensets etc. Available in recoil-start and/or electric-start and producing up to 10HP continuous output. Variable Speed Control to 3600rpm on-load.
Bermad 100 series Pressure Reducing/Sustaining ValveBermad Water Technologies
150mm hYflow Y-pattern GRN pressure reducing-sustaining PN10 flanged valve. Hydraulically operated, diaphragm actuated, opening once minimum upstream pressure attained and constant reduced pressure downstream regardless varying upstream flow/pressure.
GTI DecodersParkland Australia/Mottech Water Management
Multi way decoders with in-built surge protection for both 2 and 3 wire systems. Ideal for retrofit and new systems, they can be installed with or to replace SC3000, CDS DIU and Tonnick decoders. Regulated output helps the lifespan of solenoids and reduces the potential for voltage drop.
Speaker Spotlight – who is speaking?Keynote Speaker - Matt Linnegar
Matt comes to the NFF after 17 years in agricultural representation – including diverse leadership, management and marketing roles in irrigation, rice, and meat and livestock industries. In his previous position as General Manager, Corporate and Customer Operations at Murrumbidgee Irrigation Limited, he was responsible for leading the corporate and customer parts of the business including policy, public relations, communications, customer service, operations and environmental management. Matt was responsible for leading all external relations including governments, the media and other stakeholders, he also provided key advice and input into the management of the business and development of strategy.
Read more on Matt here.
Conference early bird rates extended until Friday April 18.Early bird rates for the Irrigation Australia Conference have been extended until Friday April 18. Do not miss your opportunity to register today.