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Saturday, September 29th 2007, 2:34pm

by jksdoc

Thanks so much that did help.I just posted a new question, would greatly appreciate your input!
Thanks again

Saturday, September 29th 2007, 9:04am

by Admin

Yes, you can have any mix of rotors (any brand or any model rotor) on the same zone together as long as you match the precipation rates. Anotherwords, you just need to use a nozzle in the PGP-ATR rotor that matches the water output of the Maxi-Paw rotor. If the Maxi-Paw rotor is applying 3 gpm (very common) then use a nozzle for the PGP-ATR that outputs 3 gpm. The PGP-ATR rotors come with a complete set of nozzles (if you purchase them from www.SprinklerWarehouse.com) so you can use the one you need to match the Maxi-Paw water output.

The PGP-ATR was designed and built to replace the Maix-Paw rotor. In fact that is the only thing it can be used for. The PGP-ATR is a PGP Rotor that has the threads on the bottom of it to allow it to be screwed into a Maxi-Paw canister base after you remove the MAx-Paw rotor guts from the canister or body in the ground.

To help you figure out how much water your Maxi-Paw or PGP-ATR rotors are outputting here are nozzle charts below:

<b>Maxi-Paw Nozzle Chart & Performance Data:</b>
http://www.sprinklerwarehouse.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=2045A%2D08&Show=TechSpecs

<b>Maxi-Paw Rotor Instruction Manual:</b>
http://www.sprinklerwarehouse.com/manuals/rainbird/rotors/ts_Maxi-Paw.pdf

<b>PGP-ATR Nozzle Chart & Performance Data:</b>
http://www.sprinklerwarehouse.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=PGP%2DATR&Show=TechSpecs

<b>PGP-ATR Rotor Instruction Manual:</b>
http://www.hunterindustries.com/Resources/PDFs/Instructions/Domestic/lit258w.pdf

<b>PGP-ATR Rotor Product Manual:</b>
http://www.sprinklerwarehouse.com/manuals/Hunter/Rotors/lit213w.pdf


I hope this helps.



Friday, September 28th 2007, 8:35am

by jksdoc

maxipaw and pgp-atr

Will somebody please tell me can I put a maxipaw and pgp-atr or any rotor on the same zone together? I notice the precip. rate favors the rotors over an hour period, but what about 15 min. Does the rotor travel back and forth 180 degree enough in 15 min. verses the maxi?
Thanks