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Thursday, September 27th 2012, 2:54pm

by Wet_Boots

What would you guys recommend for a 2 ft x 40 ft strip if you're looking to use just one sprinkler then?

I can't seem to locate any 0 (or close) degree rotors. Are there any?
No rotor works in a 2-foot wide strip. The only spray nozzle designed for a 2-foot wide strip only covers a 2x6 area.

Thursday, September 27th 2012, 9:26am

by mattya802 (Guest)

What would you guys recommend for a 2 ft x 40 ft strip if you're looking to use just one sprinkler then?

I can't seem to locate any 0 (or close) degree rotors. Are there any?

Thursday, May 5th 2011, 7:22pm

by Wet_Boots

if you mean fire suppression, you find a brass impact head

Thursday, May 5th 2011, 12:19pm

by datagrfx

Thanks for all you suggestions. This is not being used for irrigation, it is part of a wild fire system. Thanks again.

Thursday, May 5th 2011, 6:58am

by Wet_Boots

There is no practical use for a zero-degree sprinkler head, so far as lawn watering goes.

Thursday, May 5th 2011, 1:30am

by Mitchgo

There's pop-up spray flat nozzles that are pretty dang close to 0. I would say 1-3 range

Like I said post a picture.. you are probably going about this the wrong way

Wednesday, May 4th 2011, 11:53pm

by datagrfx

So you are saying there is no such thing as a zero angle head of any kind?

Wednesday, May 4th 2011, 11:37pm

by Mitchgo

If a low angle isn't working then your design is wrong for the area you are trying to irrigate and more then likely you should re-design it to a different application

Take a picture , post it and i'll throw out some suggestions

Wednesday, May 4th 2011, 10:00pm

by datagrfx

Zero degree (flat trajectory)

I am in need of a rotor type head (any mfg) that will throw a minimum 15 feet with a zero degree trajectory. Even the low angle nozzles 10 - 13 degree is too much. Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance