How does Aqualone work ? 2017-09-28T10:58:18+00:00

HOW DOES AQUALONE WORK

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To understand how Aqualone works, we suggest you watch this short video. The following page shows in details every step to understand how Aqualone works.

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Step 1 - Watering

The plants are watered and the integrated dripper raises the water level in Aqualone. The magnetic float will gradually rise.

Step 2 - Watering stop

The ground is very wet and the float has reached its high level in Aqualone and the valve closes (the two magnets of the valve are no longer in contact).

Step 3 - Evaporation

The soil and the Aqualone reference pot dry out according to sunshine, rainfall, humidity and wind conditions. Aqualone must be emptied before the next cycle starts.

Step 4 - New watering cycle

When the float has reached its low level and the soil is almost dry, Aqualone opens the valve and restarts a watering cycle. Aqualone thus allows the plant to be conserved in an adjustable hydric comfort zone!

Step 1 Watering

The plants are watered and the integrated dripper raises the water level in Aqualone. The magnetic float will gradually rise.

Step 2 Watering stop

The ground is very wet and the float has reached its high level in Aqualone and the valve closes (the two magnets of the valve are no longer in contact).

Step 3 Evaporation

The soil and the Aqualone indicator pot dry out according to sunshine, rainfall, humidity and wind conditions. Aqualone must be emptied completely before the next cycle starts.

Step 4 New watering cycle

When the float has reached its low level and the soil is almost dry, Aqualone opens the valve and restarts a watering cycle. Aqualone thus allows the plant to be conserved in an adjustable hydric comfort zone!

To go further, you can consult our Setting up guide for Aqualone 1000 or the lise of our User guides.

See also the FAQ which lists our answers to your most frequently asked questions.