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Model 53816

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Store SKU #935646

570Z Pro Series 1/2-Circle Pop-Up Sprinkler Plastic Head

$2.87 /each

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This Toro 570Z Pro Series Fixed-Spray Pop-up Sprinkler has a 15 ft. spray radius that's ideal for medium-sized lawns. Its stainless-steel retraction spring is corrosion resistant for reliable operation. It has a low flow rate and a corrosion-resistant seal to help prevent water waste during lawn irrigation, as well as a zero-flush seal to help prevent water loss when the system starts up. The radius-reduction screw and 180 Degree adjustable pattern allow you to customize the spray to your lawn's specific needs.

  • Fixed-spray sprinkler ideal for short grasses and ground cover
  • 1/2-circle pattern for medium-sized lawns with a 1/2 in. female NPT inlet
  • 15 sq. ft. spray coverage
  • Low flow rate of 1.65 GPM at 30 psi means you can place more heads in a single zone saving installation time and money
  • Strong stainless steel retraction spring resists corrosion and helps ensure years of reliable retraction
  • Radius reduction screw reduces spray radius up to 25% so you can customize each sprinkler according to landscape needs
  • Ratcheting riser enables the direction of the spray pattern to be adjusted and maintains placement during pop-up and retraction
  • Pre-installed matched precipitation rate (MPR) nozzle ensures even water distribution to prevent over-watered and under-watered areas
  • Pre-installed nozzle (not included) is easily replaced with any Toro nozzle to customize your sprinkler system
  • Zero-flush seal saves water by preventing water loss when the system starts up
  • Superior seal resists corrosion to prevent water waste

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The description says 1/2 circle but the image shows a full circle. Which is correct?

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it's a half circle
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This model, #53816, comes with a half pattern (180 degree) nozzle preinstalled.
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How do I adjust the water flow/direction on the 1/2 circle sprinkler head?

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It popped up, but water was spraying straight up and way out on both sides, across the walk - way too much water. It is more powerful than the original pop-ups my irrigation guy installed along the line of shrubs against my fence. They all pop up about 3"and spray 1/2 circle in a nicely controlled manner. Those are marked Toro 570. Is the 570z a different sprinkler head or is an adjustment needed?
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The “Z” in 570Z just stands for “Zero Flush”. There is not a difference in flow through a 570Z versus a 570. The direction of the spray can be adjusted by twisting the stem (the part that pops up during operation) until your pattern lines up with the area to be irrigated. The radius can be reduced by turning the small screw on the top of the nozzle in a clockwise direction. The pattern on a ½ pattern Read More
The “Z” in 570Z just stands for “Zero Flush”. There is not a difference in flow through a 570Z versus a 570. The direction of the spray can be adjusted by twisting the stem (the part that pops up during operation) until your pattern lines up with the area to be irrigated. The radius can be reduced by turning the small screw on the top of the nozzle in a clockwise direction. The pattern on a ½ pattern nozzle is static. Read Less
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No water is coming out, I just bought it. No dirt in it to plug it up. The middle part comes up.

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It sounds as though the adjustment screw somehow became tightened down. Take a small screw driver and turn the screw on the top of the nozzle counter clockwise. This should open up the flow and allow the nozzle to spray correctly.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by bought wrong size Am not sure how well they work as I didn't put them in as they are only about 3 inches tall to short for my application April 29, 2014
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