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SprinkleRite Automatic Rust Prevention and Fertilization System
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SprinkleRite

Automatic Rust Prevention and Fertilization System

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Put an end to rust stains on your lawn with the SprinkleRite Automatic Rust Prevention and Fertilization System. It connects in minutes to give you a lush green lawn without the hassle of having to use a fertilizer spreader.

  • Prevents well-water rust and iron stains and fertilizes your lawn automatically
  • Attach between well source and sprinkler pump; wells with submersible pumps will require an injection pump
  • Siphon-based system that automatically disperses product every time sprinkler turns on
  • Biodegradable and safe for use around people, pets and plants

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What size drill bit and tap do I use to install the threaded piece into the suction part of the pipe?

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May 11, 2016
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The drill bit comes with the unit. I am not sure of the size
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My sprinkler feeds water from the lake. Can this tank be used with it.

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My sprinkler feeds water from the lake. Can this tank be used with it.
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can i use snow cap in this system.

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I am wondering how much chemicals are going to cost. I have a new white fence in back yard and a few spots on my house where this system will be used. I can simply use my one gallon cleaner that will last me a month, or switch to this. Any thoughts? thanks.
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Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Price This was very easy to install, I just put a couple of paver blocks beside my pump house to support the tank. Make sure that you paint the tank with a sunlight resistant paint since many had the plastic crack from sunlight exposure. I did tape of the recessed stripe up the side of the tank so I can see how much liquid is left without pulling the top off. The Plumbing screwed right into the plugged inlet tap on my Sta-Rite pump. I was concerned with the cost of the chemicals so I ordered the dry chemical from off the internet. I was actually very pleased with how little chemical was used and how well it kept the iron stains off my concrete walks/driveways. I am saving money and a lot of time by not having to spray monthly the stains with Goof Off Rust Remover. August 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not worth the money! I bought this system two years ago. Three months ago, I saw that the lid was cracked. Yesterday, I find a crack in the container and the water was leaking out. Buyer beware! March 14, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Tank Lid cracks in the sun The tank lid on this system cracked and disintegrated after one year in the Florida sun. The manufacturer's replacement part is very expensive relative to the cost of a whole new system and the shipping charge is also very expensive. Telephone customer service for this company is very poor. One must press numerous different menu selections on their automated system before finally being directed and then the message is that all agents are busy. There is no option to hold. You can either leave a message or call back later. Then it hangs up. They are not BBB accredited and the BBB site lists numerous unresolved complaints. Beware March 30, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Too Costly Bought this system 2 years ago. Previously used Scott's Lawn Service, but they raised rate too much. System was great for first year, but cost of chemicals is a bit high. The system has been un-useable for last 8-9 months due to suction problem. The troubleshooting advice on their website is very vague, at best. The cost of replacement parts is a little high, considering the overall cost of a new system. Shipping cost for replacement parts is way too high. An item weighing less than a pound should not cost almost $12 to ship from TN to FL. July 20, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by no suction My pump would not suck the chemical from the tank. I have a sprinkler pump that might not have enough suction power to work with this system.. i had to buy a dosing pump to be able to send the chemical from the tank to the pump. Now it works as it is supposed to. The chemical is too expensive, though. I found a cheaper option of the chemical(from another manufacturer) on the Internet and saving a lot of money. The dosing pump that i bought is a milton roy, model AA141-352SI January 16, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Tempermental and expensive to repair We have had this system over 10 years. Requires constant tweeking but does keep the rust away although it costs $12.00 per week in their product. Constantly needs replacement parts. The parts are reasonable but the shipping obscene. Because of that I have decide to scrap the system. If they go to cheaper shipping for parts I would consider using it again. They also sell a product that removes rust which works very well. June 9, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Water Test is unreliable!! The free water analysis provided by NoRust came back as 8ppm. According to their chart for a 1hp pump this would require 12 gals of NoRust chemicals for each 36 gallon tank. At $10 a gal this equals $120 every 3 months. I wasn't satisfied with their analysis so I took a sample to a local pumping store and it tested out at 2ppm. They also informed me that I would only need 1 gal of their product per 36 gal tank which sells for $18 a gal a savings of $102 every 3 months. March 14, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't work Nothing is siphoned from the tank when installed according to instructions. The same liquid has been in the tank for over a year. Some evaporation because the top cracked. Wasted money. October 3, 2013
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