Running circles since 1968
What makes a Reinke system so special? Built from high strength materials, a Reinke system weighs less resulting in less stress on the drive train. This reduces the cost of ownership over the life of the system.
Our design and materials add up to a system that is lighter weight, more efficient and longer-lasting than comparable systems.
EFFICIENT, EFFECTIVE & ECONOMIC
Irrigation in agriculture plays a significant role in the production of U.S. and World agriculture goods. Without the use of irrigation, crop production would be limited making it a challenge to meet the needs of a growing population.
Over the years many different irrigation techniques and methods have been developed to accommodate changing environments. Age-old surface irrigation still continues to be popular based on its simplicity and cost effective value, but as technologies are changing mechanized irrigation systems are becoming more and more appealing to producers. Center pivot irrigation has become the most efficient and effective form of irrigation by using precision technology for many different applications throughout a field.
The future of irrigated agriculture will depend on the acceptance of changing technologies to increase precision management practices and enhance crop production. The value of efficiency and effectiveness is essential to maintain a sustainable agriculture environment.
Center pivot irrigation gives you the flexibility other irrigation methods are unable to provide. Center pivot irrigation introduces efficiency along with water management all while having a strong economic value.
pipe options to match every condition
Reinke offers a selection of 5 different types of water pipes, along with several different span lengths and diameters for every custom water application condition. With years of experience working with alternative materials, we will provide you with knowledge and expertise to ensure the best pipe material is selected to meet your irrigation needs.
Pipe Material Chart
In 2012, irrigated farm acres accounted for roughly half of the total value of crop sales using only 17% of U.S. cropland.