Signature 6000 Rotor Series
- Signature Rotor
- Pop-Up Height: 4 inches
- No Check Valve
Features & Benefits
The Signature 6000 Series Rotors have top quality features including Acu-Cover nozzles for better close-in watering, continuous full or part-circle options in one head, and the NIR2 adjustment feature. The 6000 Pro series rotors are constructed of high impact plastic and all internal metal parts are made of stainless steel. The built in slip clutch protects the gears and motor from damage when adjusting for a part circle. If the rotor is manually moved out of position it will automatically reset to the defined pattern. No tools are required to adjust the arc from 40 - 360 degrees by using the easy to use Click-Set disc. The 6000 rotor comes with a rubber protective cap. In addition, the NIR2 eliminates the need to remove the cap while fine tuning the radius and inserting the nozzle.
- NIR2 feature (Nozzle Insertion/Radius Reduction) on all models eliminates the need to remove the cap for nozzle adjustments.
- Seven optional low-angle nozzles (13 degrees) for windy areas or for throwing under trees.
- Highly reliable water-driven gear motor (over 200 million gear stacks produced).
- Pro 6012 pops up a full 12". Ideal for shrubs and ground cover areas; at the base of hillsides where risers are not appropriate and where liability is a concern
- Click-Set collars are quick and easy to adjust.
- Continuous 360 degree rotation or part-circle adjustable 40 degrees to 310 degrees.
- Ratcheting slip clutch protects gears and motor from damage while adjusting turret for part-circle adjustments - wet or dry.
- Includes: 1 adjustment tool, 1 complete set of standard nozzles per rotor and 1 Set of Instructions (1 per shipment)
- Eight interchangeable Acu-Cover nozzles--ranging from 1.0 to 9.5 gpm.
- Wrench and installation instructions included (Model 6001 has no clamp).
- Bypass valve reduces pressure loss and standardizes rotation speed regardless of nozzle size.
- 5 year warranty on materials and workmanship.
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There may also be a dig or gauge in the cylinder that's stopping it from going back down. maybe even spray with a little WD-40. Other than that ?? maybe kick the livin' you know what out of it and replace with a new one.
One last thing you my have too much water left in the line when it goes off and the pressure is keeping
it or them up. You may have to put something in the line to relieve the pressure and water when the valve shuts off. Jack
This is the best sprinkler head on the market because of the ease of setting the scope and ability to easily change nozzles and range.
You can buy any number that you'd like I'm sure of that.
A pinwheel control is inside. Simply move the two arms to the two outer locations of the desired sweep.
The easiest and most intuitive control I have found in any rotor. One of the main reasons I have been buying these for 20 years. (They also work quite well). Have tried others and consider the sweep mechanisms on others to be complex puzzles. If you are not doing it every day (I am a home owner) you want something simple and easy like this one.
Not sure I understand your question, but they attach to a 3/4 inch male threaded pvc fitting.
I have about 28 "old" Nelson 6000 sprinklers in my lawn (1995 vintage). All of my heads stick up after use. Is there a fix or do I need the new 6000 pro?
Is it just a simple procedure to replace?
Many thanks in advance.
Seven optional low-angle nozzles (13 degrees) for windy areas or for throwing under trees