Everyone loves a lush lawn and thriving garden, but not necessarily the time and effort it takes to keep it that way! With water automation, you can make sure your yard gets the water it needs, when it needs it. So you can simply sit back, relax and watch your garden grow.
How do you get started with water automation? Our how-to guides and step-by-step videos are here to help. Get tips on choosing the right system for you, what you need to water multiple zones, and all the Pope products that make it easy.
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A manual tap timer is an easy way to get started. Simply connect it to your garden tap and set when you want it to water. Need something a little more sophisticated? Go for a fully automated system. You can program when, where and for how long it waters different zones in your garden.
You’ll need a controller, solenoid valves, a manifold and 19mm or 25mm fittings, as well as clamps to secure it all.
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The solenoid valve acts like a door to let water flow into your automated system. With durable stainless steel parts, it works with pop-up sprinklers, drip and spray irrigation.View product>
The valve box houses the solenoid valves and manifold to protect your automation system from weather, pets and kids. It's made to last, with a snap-lock lid and durable construction.View product>
Used to connect the solenoid valves to your 19mm poly pipe, the male director is made from UV-stabilised material and is easily secured with Loc-Sure clamps.View product>
These keep everything in place, connecting your poly pipe and poly fittings. Made from steel, they're ideal for underground irrigation such as pop-ups.View product>
UV-stabilised and available in a pack of 25, the elbow poly fitting is bent to restrict water flowing through the poly pipe. Secure it with a 19mm Loc-Sure clamp.View product>