Depending on the size of the farm we will have a network of pipes of different diameter and operating pressure, depending on the flow to be supplied, it is usually composed of:
Two types of pipes:
PVC: It is usually used for primary and secondary networks, although in some cases also as tertiary. It is more resistant than Polyethylene to the passage of water, however it is a fragile material and has breakages, which is why it is usually buried.
POLYETHYLENE: Normally used for tertiary network and transmitter. Being these more flexible and less fragile than PVC, allowing it to be installed externally.