To add pressure regulators to compensate for pressure fluctuations and stabilise flow-rate.
To replace old technology for better irrigation efficiency.
To improve irrigation uniformity.
To operate at lower pressure and save energy.
To improve crop yield and get higher return per mega litre.
To adjust average application rate.
To replace worn out sprinklers and nozzles.
To minimise operation costs.
To improve wind resistance.
To reduce runoff and solve wheel-tracking problems.