Automatic Wetting Front Detector


Wetting front is an important indicator of water movement through soil as well as temporal and spatial variations of wetting in the soil profile, and has important applications in irrigation and drainage. The Automatic Wetting Front Detector can be used to monitor the time it takes for the wetting front to reach a certain depth, or to determine the wetting front depth after a specific time lapse. This system finds an important application in announcing end of irrigation every time the soil is irrigated. This is done by determining the way water moves through the soil profile as well as the depth of plant root development in soil. Thus, by utilizing this system, water consumption can be optimized throughout the irrigated fields and orchards via preventing water loss resulting from deep soil infiltration.
The device is portable and up to four electrodes can be connected to it. Each electrode can be fitted with 6 rows of sensors. The default spacing of these sensors on electrode is 15 cm, but can be changed in accordance with the customer’s or technical requirements.

Automatic Wetting front detector
Automatic Wetting front detector
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Abzar Tosse’eh Sahand Company was founded in 2011 for supplying specialized devices and instruments, relying on the experience of its various members and high-ranking experts with more than 20 years of activity in scientific and research centers, obtaining first-hand information on the needs of research and academic environments. The products of Abzar Tosse’eh Sahand Company are often designed and manufactured with due attention to researchers’ requirements in the fields of Pedology, Irrigation, and Environment. Read more