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Hunter Center Strip Female Fixed Nozzle 8' | 5-CST-B

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5-CST-B
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Hunter 5-CST-B Bubbler Nozzle

Dual-Stream Center Strip Bubbler

With the ability to compensate for pressure differences, the Hunter bubbler nozzles allow the output of water to remain constant regardless of the input pressure. This allows for accurate application never before achieved in bubblers. The same holds true with the MSBN and 5-CST-B nozzles, designed for deep watering of larger planted areas. While the PCB is a fixed above-ground water emitter, the PCN is compatible with the Pro-Spray spray bodies, and sinks into the ground the same way a pop-up would. With easy installation and the ultimate in reliability, now every plant, shrub, or tree can receive the same amount of water required with no excess runoff or waste.

  • Eight streams
  • Full circle arc
  • 1 GPM flow and 1 ft. radius at 30 PSI
  • All the precision of drip, but none of the maintenance hassles/li>
  • Installs on a pop-up sprinkler
Brand:
Hunter
Weight:
0.0150
Type:
Fixed Nozzle
Max PSI:
40 PSI
Spray Patterns:
Center Strip
Spray Radius (ft.):
8'
Connection:
Female
Operating PSI:
20 - 40 PSI
Warranty:
2 Years
Radius (ft.):
8'
Pattern:
Center Strip
Nozzle Type:
Female
Nozzle Flow Rate:
0.30 - 0.42 GPM
Non-Potable:
Non-Potable
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matched existing equipment
K V on Feb 10, 2019
matched existing equipment
K V on Feb 10, 2019
Will this connect to 1/2" risers?
A shopper on Jun 11, 2015
This bubbler needs a 3/8 inch male pipe thread nipple, does any one make a 3/8 inch cut off riser? I thought these were 1/2 inch and thus would work well with normal sprinkler parts. I hate the thought of having to bushing down from 1/2 to 3/8 plus a short nipple just to connect to a 1/2 inch line. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
Rick N on Jun 12, 2013