IRRICAD™ databases contain the hydraulic components and information you will be using in your designs. All the databases are customisable, you can add or delete items. The IRRICAD program comes with fully customisable databases from major irrigation suppliers.
Databases are supplied free of charge.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
DISCLAIMER / LIMITATION OF LIABILITY:
IRRICAD and any associated databases are provided "as is" without warranty of any kind, express or implied. In no event will Lincoln Agritech Limited be liable for any lost profits or other damages, including direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential, or any other type of damages arising out of the use of IRRICAD or any associated databases, even if Lincoln Agritech Limited has been advised of the possibility of such damage.
To the extent that Lincoln Agritech cannot lawfully exclude its liability, Lincoln Agritech Limited's liability under or in connection with this agreement will be limited to the fee paid by the client for access to the databases, or NZD one dollar; whichever is greater.
Your agreement to the use of the databases under these terms, will be governed by the laws of New Zealand, and both parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of New Zealand.
These databases have been provided directly by original equipment manufacturers and have individual liability disclaimers. Please read the terms and conditions and check the box to confirm. This will enable the download link.
This database now includes the RAF valve data supplied by/for distribution Rivulis Australia.
Hardie Australia - 2000
Hardie Tapes use a different formula to calculate headloss down a tape. We have matched the Kd to the approximate expected headloss.
When using Hardie Tapes, check the headloss you are getting in the down the tape (in the Zone Full report) is close to the expected headloss (as specified by the manufacturer) for your length of tape. You can change the Emitter Barb factor in the Tape tab in the database editor to change the amount of headloss calculated. Increasing the Barb factor increases the amount of headloss.