PERFORMANCE VALUES

Nozzle Diameter : 1040 mm
Pressure :
Capacity :
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Highly efficient sprinkler rotating in full circle or partial circle, impact-type, operating at medium pressure (2.0 – 5 atm) Thanks to replaceable sprinkler ends and adjustable water breaker, it ensures you to irrigate your field with uniform water distribution. It is appropriate to use for dust control at roadsides, mines, construction sites and coal depots. Main body and scoop is aluminium with lower rotating mechanism made of brass, Teflon and stainless steel. It is equipped with a system allowing use of standard stationary breaker or licenced moving breaker. Moving breaker breaks water without preventing it to reach long distances. Thanks to the setting mechanism on the breaker, water may be broken less or more. With the blind plug that comes with it as standard, the second hole for irrigation of short distances can be plugged. And this allows less water consumption.

Range of Usable Nozzle Diameter
10 mm – 14 mm

Range of water consumption
6,5 m3/h – 19 m3/h

Range of Shooting
18meter– 26meter

Body Angle
30° 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Nozzle DiameterPressureJet LengthCapacityValues for a single sprinkler
Irrigated AreaRainfall per hour
mminchkg/cm2lbs/inchmfeetl/minm3/hG.P.Mm2acremm/h
10 0,39 2 29 19 62 108,3 6,5 29 1134 0,28 5,7
10 0,39 3 44 21 69 130 7,8 34 1385 0,34 5,6
10 0,39 4 56 23 75 151,7 9,1 40 1661 0,41 5,5
10 0,39 5 70 23,5 77 236 10,5 46 1734 0,43 6,1
12 0,47 2 29 21,0 69 152 9,0 40 1385 0,34 6,5
12 0,47 3 44 23,0 75 182 11,2 49 1661 0,41 6,7
12 0,47 4 56 25,5 84 211 13,0 57 2042 0,50 6,4
12 0,47 5 70 26,5 87 236 14,2 63 2205 0,54 6,4
14 0,55 2 29 22,0 72 195 12,0 53 1520 0,38 7,9
14 0,55 3 44 23,5 77 239 14,1 62 1734 0,43 8,1
14 0,55 4 56 27,0 89 277 16,5 73 2289 0,57 7,2
14 0,55 5 70 28,0 92 309 18,8 83 2462 0,61 7,6

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