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Bowsmith 8.4 GPH K Semi-Rigid PE Riser on Stake 24 in. | SKC24-35K

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Bowsmith 8.4 GPH K Semi-Rigid PE Riser on Stake 24 in.

  • Operating PSI: 10 - 30 PSI
  • Flow Rate: 8.4 GPH
  • Length: 24 in.

Features & Benefits

The Bowsmith Fan-Jet PLUS micro-sprinkler combines the quality of the original Fan-Jet micro-sprinkler, plus the added feature that prevents clogging or pattern distortion due to insects and other external objects saving you time and money.

  • Sprinkler / Feeder Tube Assembly:
    • Fan-Jet Microsprinkler Head
    • Feeder Tube
    • Barbed Coupling
  • 13 shank for stability in particularly soft or sandy soils.
  • Made of durable, impact-resistant polypropylene.
  • Positive lock clip and loophole on shank retain flexible feeder tubing.
  • Recommended for use with vinyl feeder tubing.

Product Details

  • Exclusive Fan-Jet PLUS Dual Action frame: pops up & retracts.
  • All water contact surfaces are protected from insects and other external foreign objects.
  • No rotating parts to break, stick, or wear out.
  • A simple take-a-part, the two-piece design allows for quick cleaning of nozzle clogged by particles in the irrigation water.
  • A flow rate of 8.4 GPH @ 20 PSI.

Fan-Jet PLUS advantages over drip emitters:

  • Larger wetted area per tree = Larger root system
  • Greater Irrigation flexibility = Energy savings, soil aeration, & frost protection
  • Priced lower than dual line drip = Better value

Fan-Jet PLUS Advantages over rotary sprinklers:

  • Precision water placement = Better irrigation efficiency
  • Precise delivery of fertilizers & micronutrients = Savings
  • Low application rates = Better soil penetration and less runoff
  • Lower operating pressures = Lower energy costs
  • Lower price = Better value
More Information
Brand Bowsmith
Operating PSI 10 - 30 PSI
Warranty 1 Year
Flow Rate 8.4 GPH
Streams K
Length 24 in.
Type Semi-Rigid PE Risers on Stakes