Model # PGP-ADJ

Internet #202067943

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Hunter Industries PGP Gear-Drive Rotor Sprinkler with 3-Gallon Per Minute Nozzle
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Hunter Industries

PGP Gear-Drive Rotor Sprinkler with 3-Gallon Per Minute Nozzle

  • Rotary sprinkler provides water efficiency and uniform watering
  • Integral rubber cover with covered sockets helps to keep dirt out
  • 40 - 360 degree arc provides an adjustable watering range
$8.88 /each

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The PGP Gear-Drive Rotor Sprinkler with 3-Gallon Per Minute Nozzle features an adjustable 40 - 360 degree arc for versatile coverage. The rotary sprinkler provides water-saving efficiency and uniform water distribution for consistent results. A durable rubber cover helps to prevent dirt from entering the rotor while a large water screen helps to minimize clogs. The water-lubricated gear drive delivers long-lasting performance.

  • 3-gallon per minute nozzle provides versatility and easy fine-tuning
  • Evenly-distributed water at an easily-absorbed rate helps to prevent brown spots near the sprinkler head
  • 4,534 sq. ft. of coverage for optimal watering
  • Fast-forward function for quick verification of arc stopping points
  • 4 in. pop-up clears the turf
  • Through-the-top design with symbols for easy adjustment when wet and dry
  • Water-lubricated gear drive for durability
  • Large water screen helps to resist nozzle clogging

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Customer Questions & Answers

Do they pop up automaticly?

I can't find it on the description.
Asked by: Ziggy
no, you must hold them up when the water is on. wear shorts
Answered by: ajoelopy
Date published: 2016-10-15

how do i install a pgp sprinkler head?

the head was hit by the lawn mower and then shot up into the air when the water was applied. where can I find directions to repair it on line?
Asked by: rocko
Remove the damaged head and note the size of the inlet (1/2 inch or 3/4 inch). Purchase a new pgp sprinkler head with the same size inlet. Adjust the arc before installing. Twist the rotor head "pointer" to an extreme position (left or right). Thread the new sprinkler onto the inlet riser that is (or should be) still in the ground. Tighten the sprinkler hand tight then, without moving the rotor from the extreme position, using a wrench continue to tighten until the "pointer" is aimed at the previously chosen (left or right) starting point. And if you guessed wrong, tighten some more or read the instructions and adjust the arc and the distance sprayed.
Answered by: papa
Date published: 2016-10-04

Pop-up spray to rotor conversion

I have standard Hunter pop-up sprayer sprinklers installed. All about 8 years in the ground. I want to change them to rotors. Can I just change the guts of the sprinklers without having to unscrew the body from the underground system?
Asked by: raxx
No , they users differant body and the head won't screw on to the old body,
Answered by: FrankieG
Date published: 2016-07-16

What is the bottom inlet diameter

I want to know what size fitting I need to purchase to hook this up. Thanks!!!
Asked by: Matthew
3/4 inch, using a reducer bushing will get you to 1/2 inch
Answered by: FrankieG
Date published: 2017-02-22
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Customer Reviews

PGP Gear-Drive Rotor Sprinkler with 3-Gallon Per Minute Nozzle is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 101.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the job These sprinklers did the job as expected. These were replacements for an over 20 year old installation. Installation was easy and the spray pattern better then the old.
Date published: 2016-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Replace tired old Hunter... Adjusted the arc before installing. Pointed indicator toward starting point. No further adjustment required. Read the instructions to "refresh" your memory...it works for old dogs and new Hunters!
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just a residential replacement for a lawn mower casualty. Easy to install and adjust. Great ins... Just a residential replacement for a lawn mower casualty. Easy to install and adjust. Great instruction sheet and assortment of nozzles.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I liked that this Hunter PGP rotor sprinkler cam with a selection of different nozzles. I liked that this Hunter PGP rotor sprinkler cam with a selection of different nozzles.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Its a great irrigation head Superior Hunter quality. These are my go to rotors.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The irrigation rotor worked fine. The irrigation rotor worked fine.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Made in USA I like that. Made in USA I like that.
Date published: 2017-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from HURRICANE WARNING! The problem: Over the years, past owners had modified the rear lawn sprinkler system, so many times and so haphazardly, that their one-valve approach resulted in 15 pop-up heads putting out so little coverage that the lawn was starting to die off. The solution: Using a 12-gallon-per-minute standard (for a 3/4" header line) as the cut-off point, I purchased the Hunter PGP rotors and changed all the nozzles to 1.5 gpm. I arrayed the rotors around the edge of the lawn so that each area would receive water from 3 angles. It took only SEVEN rotors to get the even coverage I want, since, even using the least output, these monsters blow water like a hurricane. BEST OF ALL: M A D E I N U. S. A.!
Date published: 2014-04-22
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