Model # 53122

Internet #100152624

null 4 ft. x 30 ft. Shrub Spray with Nozzle Center Strip
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4 ft. x 30 ft. Shrub Spray with Nozzle Center Strip

$205 /each
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The Toro 570 Plastic Center-Strip Nozzle Shrub Spray Sprinkler Head features a 1/2 in. FNPT inlet that makes it compatible with a 1/2 in. NPT riser. This sprinkler head is compatible with any Toro 570 Matched Precipitation Rate (MPR) nozzle and includes a center-strip nozzle that provides a 4 ft. x 30 ft. spray pattern and minimizes water waste.

  • Accepts any Toro 570 MPR nozzle
  • Ideal for installation spaced 5 - 15 ft. apart in small shrub or planter areas
  • 1/2 in. FNPT inlet
  • MPR design provides consistent water application
  • Plastic construction for durability
  • Includes a center-strip nozzle that provides a 4 ft. x 30 ft. pattern
  • Uniform part-circle watering pattern helps eliminate over- and under-throw

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Customer Questions & Answers

do you haveany installation instructions that are down-loadable?

Asked by: Anonymous
We do not have instructions for the Toro shrub spray specifically but the nozzle can be adjusted down 25% by turning the nozzle screw clockwise. Doing this would enable a throw reduction down to 22.5 feet. Please view the attached image for additional information.
Answered by: Toro
Date published: 2015-09-17

is the 30 foot length of the spray adjustible; say down to 20 feet?

Asked by: Anonymous
The nozzle can be adjusted down 25% by turning the nozzle screw clockwise. Doing this would enable a throw reduction down to 22.5 feet.
Answered by: Toro
Date published: 2015-09-17

What is the spray pattern?

Center Strip and side strip specialty nozzles have different patterns
Asked by: Anonymous
Both the center and side strip pattern nozzles throw water in a rectangular pattern. The center strip throws water on all sides, 2’ across on either side and 15’ across on the other two sides. While the side strip only throws water on three sides, 4’ across on one side and 15’ across on the other two sides. Center strips are used in the center of a long rectangular patch of lawn or shrub like those found on the side of the house or the patch of grass often found between the street and the sidewalk. Side strips are used in the same areas but are placed at the edge of the sidewalk or landscaped area so that water does not spray on the side of the house, wall or sidewalk.
Answered by: Toro
Date published: 2016-06-28
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