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Irrigation Rotors

Rotor Sprinklers for Commercial and Residential Lawn Irrigation Systems

Rotor sprinklers operate by rotating a stream or multiple streams of water over turf. The benefits of choosing a rotor sprinkler head for your residential or light commercial irrigation system are multifold. Rotors are naturally a better choice for large areas of turf because of their extended spray range and lower precipitation rate, which delivers a more even coverage, conserves water use, and lowers overall costs. Rotor sprinklers operate at a higher pressure rate, normally between 45-50 PSI, and cover a larger radius, anywhere from 15-50+ feet. Commercial duty rotor systems are available with plastic or stainless steel risers.

Hunter Irrigation took the irrigation industry by storm in 1981 with the invention of its PGP rotary sprinkler, which still ranks as the world’s best selling rotor. The PGJ Rotor is a compact version of the original PGP Rotor, offering a 3/4" inlet and 27 nozzle options. Its compact design is ideal for residential and light commercial landscapes. Both offer exceptional coverage with the main difference being the PGP Rotor has a radius of 22 to 52 feet, while the PGJ Rotor only covers a radius of 15 to 37 feet. The flow rates and max pressure rate also differ between these two rotor lawn sprinklers.

Hunter also manufactures the PGP Ultra rotor with a patented non-reversing 360 for part- and full-circle in one model. PGP Ultra rotor sprinkler features a QuickCheck™ arc mechanism for fast arc adjustment. Hunter also offers the I-20, I-40 & I-50 rotors. The Hunter I-20 Rotor features FloStop® control, which stops water flow at the sprinkler head for quick and easy changes and repairs.

Rain Bird has several short to mid-range rotor lawn sprinklers as well. This lineup includes the residential/light commercial Rain Bird 3500 Series and 5000/5000 Plus Series, and you can also select the Rain Bird Falcon 6504 with Rain Curtain™ nozzles for maximum coverage. This rotor sprinkler is perfect for athletic fields, schools, parks, and cemeteries. For a more rugged rotor lawn sprinkler, the Rain Bird 8005 rotor stands up to harsh environments as well as vandalism.

The Toro lineup includes the T5 RapidSet® Series rotor, which features a 5-inch pop-up that is higher than traditional irrigation rotor heads. With RapidSet technology, you can set these rotors in seconds with no tools. They are ideal for taller grasses and shrubs.

To get started with rotor sprinkler heads for your irrigation system, contact Horizon today for a quote.

Sours: https://www.horizononline.com/rotor-sprinkler-heads/

Sprinkler Heads for Irrigation Professionals



Rotary sprinklers or gear driven rotors as they are known, are in-ground sprinklers that are installed in the lawn and pop up at a designated time, usually cycling their way through the yard to provide complete coverage. Rotors are a great choice for medium to large areas of turf and ideal for slow-draining and sloped landscapes because they deliver water slower than spray heads. That means there is simply less water run-off and wasted water.  They have a higher optimal operating water pressure between 45 and 50 psi than sprays and they have a precipitation rate between 0.5 and 1 inch per hour.

K-Rain® rotors are recognized worldwide for their reliability, ease of use and superior uniformity in coverage. Our sprinkler heads provide an efficient stream of water and have adjustable turrets that rotate from side-to-side or, depending on the model, a continuous 360 degrees. Available in ½”, ¾” & 1” inlet sizes providing different radius ranges for various lawn and plant needs, the zone performance in with K-Rain rotors is unmatched in eliminating dry spots.

1⁄2" inlet
  • MiniPro – Perfect for small lawn areas and replacing fixed spray zones. Patented top arc set. Available in 4", 6" and 12".
  • RPS 50 – Designed for smaller areas with a wide selection of nozzles. PGJ equivalent with same Right Start Arc Adjustment. Available in 4"

3⁄4" inlet
  • RPS 75 – The workhorse of the line, this right position start rotor is ideal for low flow applications and fits into the competitor can.
  • RPS 75i – Patented Intelligent Flow Technology® allows distance and flow to be reduced simultaneously and proportionately up to 50%. Available in high performance plastic or stainless steel.
  • RPS Select – Four built-in selectable nozzles means you never have to remove a nozzle. Adjust from the top.
  • ProPlus – Excellent nozzle performance and exceptional fall out pattern deliver up to 90% uniform coverage. Best in its class.
  • SuperPro – Allows distance and flow to be reduced simultaneously and proportionately. Adjustable from 40° to continuous 360°.

1" inlet
  • ProSport – Designed specifically for sports turf with head spacing from 40' to 65' and available in a high speed model.

Sours: https://www.krain.com/professional-rotor-sprinklers
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Rotors

Hunter made its reputation on the quality, reliability and innovative features found in its rotary sprinkler line and continues to set the benchmark by which other manufacturer’s rotors are judged. For spacings from 15 feet to 160 feet, you’ll find a Hunter irrigation sprinkler that meets your needs.

    • Radius:

      15' to 37'
    • Flow:

      0.64 - 5.3 GPM
    • Inlet Size:

      1/2'' NPT
    • Radius:

      15’ to 34’
    • Flow:

      0.42 to 3.4 GPM
    • Inlet Size:

      1/2'' NPT
    • Radius:

      22’ to 52’
    • Flow:

      0.5 to 14.1GPM
    • Inlet Size:

      ¾" NPT
    • Radius:

      17’ to 46’
    • Flow:

      0.36 to 14.8 GPM
    • Inlet Size:

      ¾" NPT
    • Radius:

      17’ to 46’
    • Flow:

      0.36 to 14.8 GPM
    • Inlet Size:

      ¾" NPT
    • Radius:

      17’ to 46’
    • Flow:

      0.36 to 9.8 GPM
    • Inlet Size:

      ¾" NPT
    • Radius:

      40' to 71'
    • Flow:

      3.8 to 31.5 GPM
    • Inlet Size:

      1" NPT
    • Radius:

      44' to 69'
    • Flow:

      7.6 to 29.5 GPM
    • Inlet Size:

      1" NPT
    • Radius:

      44' to 76'
    • Flow:

      7.6 to 33.7 GPM
    • Inlet Size:

      1" NPT
    • Radius:

      63' to 97'
    • Flow:

      20.2 to 59.6 GPM
    • Inlet Size:

      1 ½" NPT
    • Radius:

      73’ to 104’
    • Flow:

      29.5 to 83.8 GPM
    • Inlet Size:

      1 ½" NPT
Sours: https://www.hunterindustries.com/product-line/rotors
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