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Impact Sprinkler 3/4" Male - 5.0mm (50 Pack)

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Replacement sprinklers for Naan 5035.

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 3/4" male.

Nozzle size: 5.0mm & blank

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

- High water distribution with spacing up to 22m.
- 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.

Trajectory angle: 25 degrees
Diameter range: 22m
Pressure range: 35 to 80 PSI
Flow range: 3.2-20.5 GPM
Bearing: 1/2 inch Male NPT

Available in bulk, please ask for larger quantities.

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Kelvin, Feilding - June 2012

We bought these to protect exposed parts of the deck from the weather, it has worked fabulously! Even blocks heat while still allowing light in. Further, we discovered it shields excellently from the cold, making the deck very warm - fantastic for the kids in Winter!

Michelle, Alexander - November 2012

Very quick and easy hassle free trading. A great product too, used the brush cutter 6 hours straight with no problems. Thank you.

Jason, Te Awamutu - November 2013

Good service, good communication, no hassles - shed very well packaged

Elizabeth, Levin - Feb 2012

Halfway through 'the build' and so far so good. The shed seems robust and everything is fitting. Cheers.

Sean, Manukau City - Sept 2012

Shed arrived quickly and easily. Definitely recommend. Many thanks.

Sandra, Waitakere City - May 2012