Rain Bird 5004-PC 4 in. Pop-Up Adjustable Arc Rotor
- Series: 5000
- Pop-Up Height: 4 inches
- Rain Bird Pop-Up Adjustable Arc Rotor
Features & Benefits
The Rain Bird 5000 Series Rotor is designed to deliver superior water distribution and larger water droplets, eliminating tough dry spots.
The 5000 Series Rotor is a rugged mid-range gear-drive rotary sprinkler, offering durability, great performance, and the convenience of arc adjustment from the top. This versatile rotor offers a standard rubber cover and the convenience of reversing full-and part-circle operation (up to 360 degrees) in one unit. And, with a tree of Rain Curtain nozzles, the 5000 Series Rotor offers excellent distribution for top-notch efficiency. All of this and a proven gear-driven design, is what makes the 5000 Series Rotor one head that will Take Performance to the Top.Includes:
- 1 complete set of standard nozzles per rotor
- 1 Set of Instructions (1 per shipment)
- Adjustment tool not included since standard flat-head screwdriver is sufficient
- The 5000 Series Rotor Sprinkler is available in 4", 6", 12" and Shrub models.
- Standard Rubber Cover for extra protection and easy identification.
- Heavy-duty cover assembly for extra durability in residential and commercial applications.
- Enhanced Rain Curtain Nozzles: Increased radius range with less flow per nozzle, New Micro-Ramps for superior close-in watering, Nozzle Extraction Feature for easy rotor maintenance
- Heavy-duty retractable spring assures positive pop-down
- Tree of nozzles including low angle (Angle of trajectory 10 degrees) and standard angle Rain Curtain nozzles (Angle of trajectory 25 degrees) provides 25 to 50 ft (7 to 15,2 M) distance of throw.
- Top-adjust arc adjustment requiring only a flat-bladed screwdriver
- Water-lubricated gear-drive design for durable, reliable operation
- 40- 360 degrees Arc Rotation for reversing Full-and Part-Circle rotation in one. A non-reversing full circle only unit is also available.
- Radius adjustment screw allows up to 25% radius reduction without changing nozzles
- True 4" (10 cm) pop-up (measured from the case cover to the nozzle)
- Pressure activated multi-function wiper seal protects internals from debris and assures positive pop-up and retraction
- Reinforced flow path for additional side load strength
- Additional o-rings and seals for extra protection in "gritty" water
- Precipitation rate: .20 to 1.01 inches per hour (5 to 26 mm/h)
- Radius: 25 to 50 feet (7,6 to 15,2 m)
- Radius may be reduced up to 25% with radius reduction screw
- Pressure: 25-65 psi (1,7 to 4,5 bar)
- Flow Rate: .73 to 9.63 gpm (0,17 to 2,19 m3/h)
- 3/4" (20/27) NPT female bottom threaded inlet
- Reversing full-and part-circle adjustment 40 - 360 degrees
- Pop-up height: Shrub: 4" (10 cm); 6" (15 cm); 12" (30 cm)
- Overall body height: Shrub: 7 3/4" (19,7 cm), 4": 7 3/8" (18, 5 cm); 6": 9 5/8" (24,5 cm); 12": 16 7/8"(42,9 cm)
- Exposed surface diameter: 1 5/8" (4,1 cm) *Note: Pop-up height measured from cover to the nozzle. Overall body height is measured popped down.
Longer Life - Life Cycle Test Description:
This test simulates the number operational cycles that a rotor sees during life.Test Result:
Testing proves that Rain Bird rotors have the longest operating cycle life of any rotor on the market. Specifically, Rain Bird 5000 Series lasts nearly twice as long as the Hunter PGP
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Just bought 15 of them and they sent me a complete set of nozzels for each sprinkler head and the screwdriver for adjustments.
I've read there is a clutch assembly in the sprinkler that allows you to just twist the turret to the desired position. But the manual says to turn the entire case, which I would think would either loosen the pipe thread to the left or could strip the threads if you had to go too far to the right.
Which way is the correct way to set the left edge stop point?
Turning the head into the threads on the bottom also works.
You can also take the head appart and reassemble it pointing the desired direction.
We are irrigation contractors. We install hundrds of these 5004 heads every year. We will replace only a few that have stopped rotating. Most of the bad heads we find will be 6-10 years old. They have a very good distibution rate and are easy to adjust.
Yes. As long as the fitting you are screwing it into is the same size, it will fit. (they are usually the same size). My system is a Rain Bird, but I also have some Toro heads.
Is this item a replacement?
that should meet your needs.
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