K-Rain MiniPro Rotor 4"
- K-Rain MiniPro Rotor
- Application: Residential
- Pop-Up Height: 4 inches
Features & Benefits
Perfect for small lawn and landscape areas, the MINIPROs uniform spray pattern makes it an economical replacement for fixed sprays. Since the MINIPRO nozzle flow rates are matched to the PROPLUS, it can be used in the same zone with full size rotors. When considering the industry leading MINIPRO gear driven rotor, think EFFICIENCY. With a wide selection of nozzles, the MINIPRO brings flexibility to system design.
The MiniPro is a gear-driven, rotary type sprinkler, capable of covering an area of 17' to 30' (5.2 to 9.1 M) radius at nozzle pressure of 30 to 50 PSI (2.1 to 3.4 bar) with a discharge rate of .75 to 3.3 GPM (2.84 to 12.5 LPM). The MiniPro is supplied with five (5) numerically coded interchangeable nozzles. Sprinkler nozzle trajectory is 26. The sprinkler has a stainless steel radius adjustment screw.
The MiniPro provides arc adjustment from 40 to 360. Sprinkler arc setting adjustment is carried out by rotation of a flat blade screwdriver within top cover adjustment slot. Sprinkler coverage pattern is indicated by degree graduations and an arrow located on top of the sprinkler. The MiniPro is adjustable in all phases of installation (i.e., before installation, after installation while static, and after installation while in operation).
- Revolutionary Patented Easy Arc Set Simplified arc set allows for wet or dry adjustment in seconds
- 1/2" Inlet Replaces all standard mini rotors and pop-up sprays
- 2N1 Adjustable or Continuous Rotation - Provides a full range of adjustment from 40 to a continuous full circle.
- Patented Arc Set Degree Markings Clearly indicates the current watering pattern and simplifies arc set adjustment
- Arc Memory Clutch Prevents internal gear damage and returns rotor to its prior setting automatically if nozzle turret is forced past its stop.
- Time Proven Patented Reversing Mechanism - Assures continuous reverse and return...over a 20 year history.
- Ratcheting Riser Allows for easy adjustment of your left starting position with a simple turn of the riser.
- Rubber Cover Seals out dirt and increases product durability
- Wide Selection of Nozzles - Provides flexibility in system design.
- Optional Check Valve - Prevents low head drainage.
- Inlet: 1/2" Threaded NPT
- Arc Adjustment Range: 40 to 360
- Flow Range: .75-3.3 GPM
- Pressure Rating: 20-70 PSI
- Precipitation Rate: .22 to .41 Inches Per Hour
- (Depending on Spacing and Nozzle Used)
- Overall Height (Popped Down): 6"
- Recommended Spacing: 17' to 28'
- Radius: 17' to 30'
- Nozzle Trajectory: 26
- Riser Height: 4", 6" or 12"
*For more information about how to change a nozzle, set the arc adjustment or install the sprinkler, see the "Instructions" PDF under the "Owner's Manuals" tab.
|Nozzle||Pressure PSI||Radius ft.||Flow GPM||Precip In/h||Precip In/h|
|*All precipitation rates calculated for 180° operation. For the precipitation rate for a 360° sprinkler, divide by 2.|
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FINDING THE LEFT START POSITION
Place your finger on the top center of the nozzle turret. Rotate the turret
to the right until it stops and then back to the left until it stops. Notice
the position of the nozzle arrow. This is the “Left Start” position. The
sprinkler will begin spraying from this position and rotate clockwise until
it reaches the right “Arc Stop”.
ORIENTING THE LEFT START POSITION
Insert the K-Key in the keyhole on the top of the nozzle turret and turn
the key 1/4 turn to insure that the key does not slip out of the keyhole
when you pull it up. Being careful not to allow the nozzle turret to turn,
firmly pull up the entire spring-loaded riser. Hold the lower riser assembly
up with one hand. Now turn only the lower riser clockwise or counter-
clockwise until the nozzle arrow is pointing where you want the sprinkler
to begin spraying.
CHANGING THE ARC
Insert the K-Key or a small flat blade screwdriver into the Arc Set
Adjustment slot. Turn clockwise to increase the arc or counter-clockwise
to decrease the arc.
The arc set arrow in the center of the nozzle turret rotates
to show the current setting.
Hope this helps,
you can also call KRAIN, they are very helpful
The watyer flow is controlled mostlyu by the size of your PVC line that feeds the water. It is suggested that you not mix standard heads with these rotors on the same valve because the water flow-ot of different design heads will be different.
I mix some and find thay are ok, I have eight heads for a single control valve and mix 6 rptors with two standard heads .
Are these 13003 heads the same as k-1 heads?
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