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Toro Waterbird PC Olive Short Radius - Pressure Compensating Without Deflector Tab

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Toro Waterbird PC Olive Short Radius - Pressure Compensating - Without Deflector Tab

Designed specifically to meet the needs of the olive industry. The Waterbird® PC Olive Sprinkler is fully designed, engineered and manufactured in Australia, it’s built to operate in the harshest of environments.

  • Inlet: 10 mm MBSP/NPT
  • Recommended Pressure Range: 150 - 350 kPa
  • Nominal Flow Rate: 36 l/h (Brown Nozzle), 47l/h (Light Blue Nozzle), 56l/h (Light Green Nozzle), 70l/h (Orange Nozzle), 90l/h (Grey Nozzle) 
Features
  • Designed specifically to meet the needs of olive growers
  • Self-cleaning, pressure compensating mechanism provides uniform flow for undulating terrain
  • Anti-insect/dust proof spinner retracts to protect nozzle when not in operation
  • A two-stage spinner provides two diameters of throw. The smallest diameter is for younger trees, and the deflector is simply removed for developed trees
  • Aerofoil shaped frame improves distribution
  • Proven robust frame design for superior strength and long field life
  • Advanced wedge design spinner ensures excellent start-up reliability and low maintenance
  • Six colour coded flow rates from 28 l/h to 90 l/h
  • Fully assembled models available with pre-installed tube and stake
Specifications
  • Inlet: 10 mm MBSP/NPT
  • Recommended Pressure Range: 150 – 350 kPa
  • Materials: Frame, bearing and nozzle: Acetal Spinner: Nylon
  • Flow: 27-90 l/h
  • Radius: 2.0-3.4m
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The Toro Waterbirds also require stakes to be mounted on, please click below to view the range.
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