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The last 5 posts

Friday, August 3rd 2007, 5:46am

by Tom

The problem with heads on only one side is poor coverage. You'll have to overspray and overwater the area just to get it covered.

Tuesday, July 31st 2007, 12:45pm

by SMM

Thanks everyone!

Tuesday, July 31st 2007, 2:29am

by worachj

Toro performance chart for fix spray nozzels. Look at the performance chart for “Special Patterns” on page 6.

Monday, July 30th 2007, 7:42pm

by Wet_Boots

Both Toro and Rainbird make side-strip nozzles that can cover a 9x18 area. Toro's is 9SST, and if you give it extra pressure, like 50 psi, then the pattern becomes 10x20, which should work for you.

Monday, July 30th 2007, 3:37pm

by SMM

Strip Sprinklers

I have an area that is 100 X 10 is there any spray out there that would let me use the heads on only one side. I'm looking for something like a rectangular pattern in the 10 x 15-20 ft. range. Any help would be appreciated.