View products on display, meet the exhibitors of the products that interest you and join us on Wednesday June 4 for the presentation of the 'Best New Product' award to be presented at our Happy hour drinks.
Interested? Make sure you are registered to attend and don't miss out!
Exhibition Product Insights
Multistage Pump - Orange Pumps
The Orange Pumps multistage pump is unique in the market as the impeller and diffuser design are able to purge the air from the casing providing self priming characteristics. High pressures and flows are reached while maintaining a low motor temperature.
NOGGIN Ground Penetrating Radar - Groundwater Imaging Pty Ltd
The Noggin Ground Penetrating Radar reveals ground structure. It is useful for managing soil water content, finding plastic pipes, tile drains, hard pan surfaces, clay liner defects. It is a sensor that is typically rolled over the ground and results are immediately displayed.
4H50TIC - HATZ Diesel Australia
New 4-Cylinder, Water-Cooled & Turbo Charged Inter-Cooled Industrial Diesel Engine.
Speaker SpotlightMr Chris Thompson - Chris Thompson will be presenting his topic 'Greenfield Irrigation Development - Public / Private Partnerships' on Wednesday June 4.
Chris has been involved in water measurement, management and development since 1975. He has been heavily involved in irrigation since 1983 and after a stint on the IAA Board as National Education and Training Chairman he was lucky enough to be the initial IAA representative on the US IA Board of Governors and the inaugural IAA Certification Board chairman.
Chris is a passionate advocate for improving irrigation efficiency and productivity and initiated the first centre pivots to be installed in Tasmania in 1995 and he has spent much of the past 5 years working with the state owned company Tasmanian Irrigation to implement new irrigation developments in Tasmania.
Full conference program here: http://irrigationaustralia.com.au/conference/registration/
Workshop FeatureWorkshop 4 – Training – Pumping efficiency – Sponsored by CAPRARI Pumps
This workshop will look at the attributes of pumping energy efficiency and irrigation and discuss the nexus between the two. The parameters for energy efficiency are derived from the formula for determining $$/yr for an electric pumped system.
Read the full workshop synopsis here
For further details please contact our team directly:
Ph: 02 9556 7993