Rotors, Spray Heads, Impact Sprinklers are all devices that spray or emit water to your lawn or plants. Sprinkler Warehouse carries any type of sprinkler you need.
Sprinkler Warehouse offers a huge selection of sprinkler supplies and accessories from all of the name brands in the irrigation industry. Hunter, Rain Bird, Irritrol, Toro, Weathermatic, and many other high-quality brands for components and replacement sprinkler system parts can be found right here on our online sprinkler supply and irrigation store! You can shop online or visit our showroom.
Whether you're wanting to learn the basics for a residential sprinkler system installation or looking for tips on commercial installation, our informative tutorials at Sprinkler School can help provide the answers. We have detailed instructions for use and installation of rotors, swing pipes, oscillating sprinklers, nozzles and sprinkler heads to get your lawn or commercial project completed on time and the right way.
The goal of adding an irrigation system to your yard is to have the best lawn, garden and lush plants. If you installed a sprinkler system and did not calculate your spacing properly between your rotors and or sprays you may multiple brown, dry spots from under watering or have other areas in the lawn showing signs of overwatering. Spacing your rotors, spray heads or impact sprinklers correctly is an essential way to be sure your lawn or landscape is properly hydrated.
Modern irrigation systems target certain areas of a yard or landscape based on their actual need and deliver only the precise amount of water per zone. Choosing the proper rotor, spray head or tool is an essential part of an efficient automatic irrigation system. These tools and sprinklers can be purchased online or in-store through Sprinkler Warehouse.
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Pop-up sprinkler heads supply a continuous stream of water through a nozzle. Pop-up sprinkler nozzles come in different spray patterns to fit the contours and size of the landscape. Gear-driven rotors are used for medium- to large-scale sprinkler systems such as small commercial sites or large residential areas. Their low cost, quiet operation, and versatility are a few of the advantages.
The specific details in how to change a nozzle may depend of the brand of rotor you are using. In general you will need to check that your new nozzle is compatible with your rotor. Next you will locate the lifting socket and with the use of a sprinkler tool or screw driver, raise the rotor so that the nozzle is visible. Use the rotor tool to adjust the screw. Finally you will use a screwdriver to pull out the old nozzles and insert a new one in its place.
Regulating pressure at the sprinkler head allows each nozzle to use the same, optimal pressure for balance performance. This allows for higher uniformity, minimal misting, and lower flow rates. Many states now require the exclusive use of pressure regulated spray head installation.