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Impact Sprinkler 1/2" Male - 3.0mm (50 Pack)

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$472.50

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Replacement sprinklers for Naan 5022.

Very high quality - we have tested sprinklers from many different suppliers and these are the best.

Buy direct from the importer. Top quality product backed by our 12 month warranty.

Plastic impact sprinkler 1/2" male.

Nozzle size is 3.0mm with extra blank stopper for the bottom nozzle included.

Applications
- Dairy farming with k-line.
- Irrigation and germination of vegetables, potatoes, flowers and nursery crops.

Features
- High water distribution with spacing up to 14m.
- Color-coded bayonet nozzles for easy service
- Integrated stream-straightening vane for maximum range
- High-impact, heavy-duty plastic materials provide resistance to corrosion, chemicals and UV radiation.

Specifications:
Trajectory angle: 25 degrees
Diameter range: 14m
Pressure range: 25 to 60 PSI
Flow range: 1.32-7.22 GPM
Bearing: 1/2 inch Male NPT

Available in bulk, please ask for larger quantities.

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