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Toro 570 MPR+ Side Strip Sprinkler Nozzle
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Toro

570 MPR+ Side Strip Sprinkler Nozzle

$2.27 /each

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The Toro 570 MPR+ Side Strip Sprinkler Nozzle features a pressure-compensating device that eliminates misting and fogging and conserves water. The matched precipitation rate helps ensure even watering. Additionally, the nozzle easily installs onto any Toro 570, 570Z or shrub body.

  • Fits Toro 570 sprinkler bodies and shrub adapters (sold separately)
  • Coverage area of up to 150 sq. ft.
  • Pressure-compensating device helps eliminate misting and fogging and conserves water
  • Matched precipitation rate helps ensure even watering
  • Customized screens for each nozzle are included to reduce clogging
  • Color-coded nozzle for easy identification of nozzle radius - 5 ft. (red), 8 ft. (green), 12 ft. (brown), 15 ft. (black)
  • Complete selection of pattern options - quarter, half and full circle as well as specialty patterns for versatility
  • 570 MPR+ nozzles are also available in specialty patterns for unlimited design flexibility

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what pattern is this? I need 20' wide x 4' deep to water a camelia bed from the front. Do I need this or a shrub head?

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Toro Model 52873 covers up to 4' X 20'. The distance can be reduced by turning the screw on the top of the nozzle clockwise. The integrity of the coverage/pattern will start to decrease if you reduce the coverage area by more than 25%. This nozzle can be used on any Toro 570 body or on a shrub head body. The height of your pop up or riser needs to be high enough to broadcast water over your plants, or at Read More
Toro Model 52873 covers up to 4' X 20'. The distance can be reduced by turning the screw on the top of the nozzle clockwise. The integrity of the coverage/pattern will start to decrease if you reduce the coverage area by more than 25%. This nozzle can be used on any Toro 570 body or on a shrub head body. The height of your pop up or riser needs to be high enough to broadcast water over your plants, or at least over the root base of your plants. Read Less
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Where do I locate this sprinkler head if I have a 4ft x 28ft area to cover?

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Hello, what is the difference between side strip, end strip, and center strip and how to use them? Thank you.
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I am attaching an illustration along with recommendation.
End strip: To irrigate a rectangular area with an end strip nozzle, the nozzle location is in the center of one of the short sides of the rectangle.
Side strip: The nozzle location is in the center of one of the long sides of the rectangle.
Center strip: The nozzle is in the center of the rectangle – (at the intersection of the “X” if you were to
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I am attaching an illustration along with recommendation.
End strip: To irrigate a rectangular area with an end strip nozzle, the nozzle location is in the center of one of the short sides of the rectangle.
Side strip: The nozzle location is in the center of one of the long sides of the rectangle.
Center strip: The nozzle is in the center of the rectangle – (at the intersection of the “X” if you were to draw straight lines between the corners of the rectangle.
To cover a 4’ X 28’ strip of turf, I would use nozzle model #53873. You will need to slightly tighten the screw in the top-center of the nozzle to reduce the distance from 30’ down to 28’.
- Toro nozzles are male-threaded and only work with Toro pop-ups
- If you are installing/replacing a 4” pop-up, you will want to use Toro model #53821
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Where do I locate this sprinkler if I have a 4ft x 28 ft area to water?

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I am attaching an illustration and a recommendation.
End strip: To irrigate a rectangular area with an end strip nozzle, the nozzle location is in the center of one of the short sides of the rectangle.
Side strip: The nozzle location is in the center of one of the long sides of the rectangle.
Center strip: The nozzle is in the center of the rectangle – (at the intersection of the “X” if you were to draw
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I am attaching an illustration and a recommendation.
End strip: To irrigate a rectangular area with an end strip nozzle, the nozzle location is in the center of one of the short sides of the rectangle.
Side strip: The nozzle location is in the center of one of the long sides of the rectangle.
Center strip: The nozzle is in the center of the rectangle – (at the intersection of the “X” if you were to draw straight lines between the corners of the rectangle.
To cover a 4’ X 28’ strip of turf, I would use nozzle model #53873. You will need to slightly tighten the screw in the top-center of the nozzle to reduce the distance from 30’ down to 28’.
- Toro nozzles are male-threaded and only work with Toro pop-ups
- If you are installing/replacing a 4” pop-up, you will want to use Toro model #53821
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I e\want to water a camelia bed 20' long and 4' drrp from the front--is shrub head what i want? How tall a base--2,3,4"

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Toro Model 52873 covers up to 4' X 20'. The distance can be reduced by turning the screw on the top of the nozzle clockwise. The integrity of the coverage/pattern will start to decrease if you reduce the coverage area by more than 25%. This nozzle can be used on any Toro 570 body or on a shrub head body. The height of your pop up or riser needs to be high enough to broadcast water over your plants, or at Read More
Toro Model 52873 covers up to 4' X 20'. The distance can be reduced by turning the screw on the top of the nozzle clockwise. The integrity of the coverage/pattern will start to decrease if you reduce the coverage area by more than 25%. This nozzle can be used on any Toro 570 body or on a shrub head body. The height of your pop up or riser needs to be high enough to broadcast water over your plants, or at least over the root base of your plants. Read Less
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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poor coverage Doesn't come close to the stated coverage area. I realize that is under ideal circumstances, but the spray coverage is really poor. June 9, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Glad I can get these online still! I'm glad to be able to buy these online still! My local H.D. does not carry the Toro sprinklers anymore. Works good until the lawn guy hits one! October 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Replacement nozzels for 30 plus year old system Nozzels were very easy to replace. all I had to do was unscrew old tip in ground and replace with new turn on system and adjusts nozzle to spray in corrrect area. took about 10 minutes todo it all. Certainly glad Home Depot had them available on line May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Item as described Item as described. Free delivery to the store for PU. Thank you! July 21, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poor coverage Doesn't come close to the stated coverage area. I realize that is under ideal circumstances, but the spray coverage is really poor. June 9, 2015
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