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Wednesday, May 9th 2007, 6:16pm

spray nozzle radius

The info on the Hunter fixed spray nozzles lists a 17 ft nozzle. Does SprinklerWarehouse carry this? The online store only lists the 15 ft.

jmduke7

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Location: FT. Walton Beach, Florida

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Wednesday, May 9th 2007, 6:47pm

I am unaware of a fixed arc nozzle with a radius of 17'. You may be thinking of the adjustable arc nozzle with a 17' radius.

http://www.sprinklerwarehouse.com/detail.aspx?ID=257
Josh
Irrigation /Landscape Lighting / Pump and Well Specialist

Tom

Supreme Member

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Saturday, May 12th 2007, 4:58am

weathermatic has brass nozzles that offer spray distances of 20' and more. they do however eat up lots of gpm

lush96

Advanced Member

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Monday, May 14th 2007, 8:05pm

brass are also very expensive as compared to plastic although if they are installed correctly, they will last much longer than plastic. but its a very finiky install. honestly if you are looking to cover a 17 or 20 foot area....... a rotor with a low angle nozzle will do much better unless you are just a big fan of sprays.

Tom

Supreme Member

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Tuesday, May 15th 2007, 3:25am

how is a brass nozzle a finiky install?

Tom

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Tuesday, May 15th 2007, 3:28am

the weathermatic brass nozzles will screw on in place of plastic nozzles on both the rainbird spray heads and hunter spray heads

lush96

Advanced Member

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Tuesday, May 15th 2007, 7:37pm

man you people cant read. i said installing the head can be finiky, not the nozzle. i mean that they tend to stick more than a plastic one if it is installed a little to low. now a pro wouldnt have a problem with this, but a home owner may. but like i said, if your looking to throw 17-20 feet, use a rotor with a low angle nozzle.

Wet_Boots

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Location: Metro NYC

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Wednesday, May 16th 2007, 3:48am

no brass head - just the brass nozzle on a standard plastic popup

lush96

Advanced Member

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Thursday, May 17th 2007, 6:46pm

well if you want a brass nozzle that bad on a plastic pop-up, go ahead. should still use rotors in an area that size.

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