Code : SRM
The SRM is Hunter’s shortest-range rotor, and was designed to offer a convenient and efficient alternative to spray heads. It is capable of working in tandem with larger rotors to combine big and small areas in a single zone. Utilizing the SRM where appropriate results in fewer sprinklers performing more efficient work at a more economical price. The SRM features a rack of six water-efficient nozzles—all of which can be easily identified by its flow rates and installed and changed quickly and easily. This versatile rotor also includes a radius adjustment feature that fine-tunes the spray to keep water off driveways, walks, and other non-landscaped surfaces.
Code : Hunter-I40
The I-40 is a tough commercial rotor that delivers water with accuracy and efficiency at distances up to 23.2 m. Featuring diverse three-port nozzle options, a non-strippable drive, and a thick rubber cover built to prevent injury; it’s no wonder this rotor is found in more stadiums than any other in the world. With the strength of stainless steel, the I-40 is built to last in the harshest sports, public park, and commercial environments. If efficiency, effective irrigation, and beautiful results are the goal, the I-40 is the irrigation professional’s best solution.
Code : MPXXX
The revolutionary MP Rotator features a unique, multi-trajectory rotating stream delivery system that achieves water-conserving results. Rather than simply “spray” water onto landscapes, MP Rotators deliver multiple streams of water at a steady rate. This slower application rate allows water to gently soak into the soil and achieves an even distribution throughout the area being irrigated. This increased efficiency results in 30% less water use when compared to traditional sprays and significantly reduces wasteful runoff. The MP Rotator can be installed onto any conventional spray head body or shrub adapter, transforming them into high uniformity, low precipitation rate sprinklers with matched precipitation at any arc and any radius.
The MP Rotators are a great choice for new systems, as they provide immense range flexibility (from 2.5 m to 10.7 m radius), decrease material costs, and provide better system efficiency. MPs are also perfect for revitalizing older systems—a retrofit can solve both low pressure and poor coverage problems.