Golf irrigation specialist Bailoy Products showed its range of Gemini and Trident precision irrigation control systems, which water in millimetres – and not just minutes like some controllers – for greater accuracy and efficient use of water.
The company showed its range of three decoder-based irrigation control systems, with the latest version of its GTI EC wallmount controller the newest and most attractive proposition for clubs wanting a modern solution with more features than a basic wallmount, but which is less expensive, and sophisticated, than a full PC system.
As such, the GTI EC has been designed as the perfect upgrade or replacement for the existing SC3000 system – originally designed and built by Bailoy and sold under the Toro brand for many years – and TW2 wallmount controllers from Watermation.
The GTI EC also offers an extremely effective, value-for-money solution for new irrigation installations of a more straightforward design.
For example, smaller golf clubs and courses, and nine-hole courses or municipal sites with less complex watering needs, will appreciate its cost-effectiveness in these economically tough times. It’s equally adaptable for irrigating sports surfaces such as football and rugby pitches, tennis courts and bowling greens, too; as well as commercial landscapes and large residential gardens. Better yet, the GTI EC is completely upgradable to the full GTI PC system if required at a later date.
While it’s superior to other wallmounts, says Bailoy, the company is quick to point out that GTI EC isn’t a complex system – not only does this means it’s budget-friendly, but it’s also bound to be a breath of fresh air for anyone bamboozled by complex, computer-operated irrigation systems! Bailoy reckons it’s the simplest and quickest system to set up currently available. It can also be left to run for long periods without the need to attend to it or reprogram.
Commenting on the GTI EC, Bailoy’s managing director Adam Lovejoy says: “We’re delighted with this latest version our new wallmount system. Whether clubs are looking for a cost-effective solution due to budgetary cuts or shy away from complex computer-operated systems, the GTI EC fills a real gap in the market across both retrofits and new installations. We’re confident course managers and other turf professionals will love its user-friendly features, and look forward to showing these off firsthand to Harrogate Week visitors.”
Bailoy is able to offer the GTI PC for those who do want or need a full PC-based system; as well as the GTI SC for smaller, nine-hole courses, together with sites such as sports grounds, stadiums and pitches. And these systems both form part of the company’s BTME exhibit.
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