Self-sustained Ecological Irrigating System (*)

SEIS Application Note

Pulsed Ultra-low Volume Irrigation

22/05/2000

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Contents

Title 

Impressive yields 

Water moves into the soil 

Four ways of water dynamics 

Wet onions of drip and ULDI 

SEIS wetting mechanism 

ULVI & water intake capacity 

Versatile microirrigation 

Conclusions

Author: ING. BERNARDO ROSENFELD 
 

Mail to: berfeld@excite.com 
 

To contact: 
Eng. Bernardo R. Rosenfeld 
Thames 1929 PB (1414) 
Buenos Aires - R. Argentina 
TEL (_5411) 4777-1418 
FAX (_5411) 4899-0030 

 
 
(*) The Self-sustained Ecological Irrigating System is a new, recently patented alternative in microirrigation. Its pulsing technology delivers a periodic sequence of volume &  frequency adjustable water pulses that are carried and uniformely distributed only by means of gravity.  
At extremely low energy expenses, SEIS produces a convenient wetting configuration equivalent to that of ultra low drip irrigation.  
This feature is the specyfic matter that the present work intends to clarify.