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Senior Member


Thursday, May 12th 2005, 3:52pm

MP Rotator

Has anyone used MP Rotators? Here is the link


Advanced Member

Posts: 101

Location: Canada


Thursday, May 12th 2005, 6:40pm

yes... I quite like them in retrofit situations... nice solution to installations that have lost pressure over time. I think these are better engineered than the Rainbird ones, but the RB's are a better precip match to the RB rotors I usually use.


Active Member

Posts: 5

Location: USA


Sunday, May 22nd 2005, 11:32am

Yes, and I highly recommend them. I retrofitted 3 zones on a 10-yr old Toro 570P system to all MP Rotators about 18 months ago. System efficiency went from about 50% to 85% and the turf has never looked better. All the dead-spots disappeared and coverage is excellent. The only negative (a very minor one) is that some of the Rotators seem to be turning a little slower than when they were new, but they still get the job done. One tip: think about using a pressure-compensating sprayhead (~30psi at the head) for maximum efficiency. In short, the MP Rotators have done everything they are advertised to do.


Senior Member


Sunday, May 22nd 2005, 5:34pm

Sprinkler warehouse does not seem to carry these. Any internet or mail order sources??


Active Member

Posts: 5

Location: USA


Sunday, May 22nd 2005, 8:00pm

Try this link and click the map where you live. You should be able to find a source nearby that carries the Rotators:

If you can't find a dealer nearby, I would contact the company at this site:

I'd be willing to bet they would UPS/FedEx/USPS what you needed

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