5035 SD 3/4" Impact Sprinkler

5035 sd 3 4 impact sprinkler

Product Features

• Full and part circle impact–25° trajectory

• 3/4″ Male NPT

• Single and dual bayonet constructed nozzles

• Integrated stream—straightening vane for maximum range

• Plastic head and lever for strength, durability and consistent performance

• High impact, heavy-duty plastic materials provide resistance to corrosion, chemicals and UV radiation

•• Color-coded bayonet nozzles for easy service

• New rear nozzles for improved performance

• Color-coded bearing sleeve:

Red sleeve: Low flow

Black sleeve: High flow

Applications

• General field use with solid-set irrigation systems

 

Technical Data

• Flow rates: 3.1 to 15.3 GPM

• Working pressure: 35 to 70 PSI

• Wetted diameter: 79 to 114 feet

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HOW WORN NOZZLES COST YOU MONEY

Just a tiny bit of nozzle wear (a few thousandths of an inch) can cause a big increase in sprinkler output and can seriously decrease the system’s application efficiency. Worn nozzles, like leaks, are one of the most common and underrated problems with irrigation systems and a primary cause of increased electrical demand costs. They also decrease pumping plant efficiency and overload motors, leading to substantially reduced motor life. Depending on your system’s total dynamic head, efficiency and electric costs, EACH worn sprinkler nozzle might be costing you anywhere from $0.25 to $5.00 or more annually.