Toro officials recently announced the release of AquaFlow 3.2, the company's latest update to its drip irrigation design software.
AquaFlow 3.2 now allows users to design multi-sloped telescoping sub-mains, and to choose between English or Spanish language and English or metric units. In addition, Toro's new Thinwall dripline is supported in this new version which complements Aqua-Traxx premium drip tape and BlueLine dripline. A summary of the capabilities of AquaFlow 3.2 include:
Supports Toro's new Thinwall dripline
Multi-sloped telescoping sub-mains
Improved report printing options
Ability to import and export designs
Unique dashboard format with tiled graphs
Instantly generated color-coded block maps that depict system uniformity
Easy comparison of two different lateral selections
Pull-down menus for easy viewing
Multiple slopes in both the lateral and mainline programs
Choice of multiple sub-main and mainline pipe types and sizes
Lateral and sub-main flushing calculations
Customizable reports that may be saved in multiple formats
"AquaFlow has been extremely popular since its launch earlier this year," said Claude Corcos, senior marketing manager for Toro's Micro-Irrigation Business. "AquaFlow 3.2 is a powerful upgrade that will make the platform even stronger."