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Lawn Pop-Up Sprinklers

A simple garden hose is a solution of sorts. A watering can is another. But how do you know how much water is being used by these traditional methods? As bad, is the time it takes to achieve it time you could be spending in the garden or with the family.

No unsightly pipes or hoses, the sprinklers are connected by underground pipe to your water source. The Pop- Up is situated under the ground and it relies on the water pressure for their operation and only lifts above the ground level whilst irrigating.

  • An electronic timer / controller will tell the system when and where to operate, while you are asleep as the water pressure is at its best and no sunlight which eliminates evaporation.
  • The Pop-up heads vary in type and size so they can be designed to suit any area to which they are being directed and can be fully adjustable from 0-360 degree dependant on the model.
  • When not operating the sprinkler heads they disappear into the ground, and cause no problems when lawn mowing. Or from curious children.

Spray Sprinklers

These are ideal for the smaller lawns and the radius can be adjusted from 1 – 360° degrees which allows you to set the exact arc you need and you will keep water precisely where you want it and off buildings and hard landscapes.

Rotor Sprinklers

These are ideal for the smaller lawns and the radius can be adjusted from 1 – 360° degrees which allows you to set the exact arc you need and you will keep water precisely where you want it and off buildings and hard landscapes.

MP Rotator

The MP Rotator® is a revolutionary sprinkler setting a new standard for water efficiency in the turf & landscape industry. It is a multi-stream rotor the size of a spray nozzle. It fits any conventional spray head body or shrub adapter, transforming it into a high uniformity, low application rate sprinkler with matched precipitation even after arc and radius adjustment.

  • FOR NEW SYSTEMS — High uniformity / low application rate.
  • FOR SLOPES & TIGHT SOILS — Radically reduce runoff.
  • FOR OLDER SYSTEMS — Solve low pressure & coverage problems.

Golf Course and Bowling Green Sprinklers

Large Gear-Driven Rotors are engineered to efficiently manage water, while promoting a lush, highly profitable course, through minimal maintenance requirements, worry-free performance and maximum water distribution uniformity.

Check-O-Matic, Hydraulic, Electric V-I-H and Other Features:

Sprinkler heads have different types of actuation, a term referring to how the sprinkler is turned on or off. The most basic type of actuation, common to the entire residential/commercial side of irrigation, is Check-O-Matic or “block style”. A number of heads come on at once when a manual or electric valve opens. This type of application is not widely used for new golf systems because of the lack of sprinkler control. Check-O-Matic heads are the least expensive rotor, but you have to buy an expensive 2″ or larger electric valve, valve box, wires, etc., to get it to work. Nobody (we hope) in the modern era would opt to install a “manual block system” which requires somebody to hang around all night long turning manual valves on and off by hand. With the flows of four or more heads coming on at once, you will require bigger pipe, fittings and hardware to keep system velocities and psi loss at normal levels. This all but wipes out the potential cost savings of using Check-O-Matic heads.

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Electric valve-in-head (V-I-H) actuation is the most common type for golf course use. Each head has a solenoid (like an electric valve) which is activated by electric wiring going back to a field controller. There are two wires on each selenoid, a signal (control) wire and a common ground. We recommend that each and every head have it’s own signal wire going back to the controller so that you can arrange your stations in any way. The common ground goes from head to head and back to the controller; we recommend that nothing smaller than #12 solid copper core wire be used for the common. ALWAYS use direct burial splice kits for your splices or you will be forever plagued by electrical problems.

Not sure what you need?

We offer free expert advice and a full Irrigation design service is available simply call:

01384 423150 or 01384 913150


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