Drip irrigation pipes are available in a variety of sizes, with wall thicknesses ranging from 0.2mm to 1.2mm. Obviously, the thicker it is, the more resistant it is to mechanical damage. All drip irrigation pipes are added with anti-aging materials. In the absence of mechanical damage, the service life of thick-walled and thin-walled drip irrigation pipes is the same. The short life of many thin-walled drip irrigation tapes is mainly due to mechanical damage, resulting in water leakage. From the perspective of mechanical damage, the thicker the drip irrigation pipe, the longer the life. Different crops and cultivation methods have different requirements on the service life. Generally, the products with a design life of 1-3 years for crops with high cultivation density (such as strawberries) are more economical and reasonable, while the products with a design life of 8-10 years for fruit trees with low cultivation density are more economical and reasonable. Of course, the service life is long, and the cost of one-time investment will be higher.