Galcon’s state-of-the art agriculture irrigation systems are the preferred choice of farmers and growers.
Water utilities use Galcon’s pressure management solutions for managing their water resource and reduce water loses.
Based on extensive research and experience, Galcon recognized the need for irrigation customers to get the right amount of water to the right place at the right time.
Years of hands-on expertise, research and developmentmakes Galcon a world leader in computerized irrigation controllers and systems that are known for their reliability and durability even under the harshest weather conditions.
Based on our philosophy “No field is too large, no garden is too small and no environment is too demanding”, Galcon provides its controllers and systems to four sectors: Residential Gardening, Turf & Landscape, Agriculture and Waterworks.
Galcon‘s main divisions:
For home gardening, Galcon offers a wide range of battery-operated controllers as well as AC controllers. All residential gardening controllers are easy to install and use.
For professional gardening, Galcon provides an extensive array of specialized AC-electric and DC -battery operated controllers.
For municipalities and public gardening, Galcon offers its G.S.I irrigation controller, which is the perfect web-based system to centrally control irrigation and water budgeting. It continues the legacy of Galcon irrigation products that are famous for their simplicity, efficiency and reliability at reasonable cost.
For agricultural applications, Galcon has developed an extensive series of irrigation controllers. These state-of-the-art agricultural irrigation systems are designed for open fields, greenhouses and climate control. Galcon has a suitable solution for all demands: from straightforward to extremely complex applications.
For water pressure management, Galcon supplies its cutting-edge controller and solution. All solutions are designed to optimize the pressure level in water supply networks of utilities, municipalities and public works. Galcon’s systems comply with the IWA (International Water Association) standard.