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Toro

Model 53877

Internet #202560007

Small Area MultiStream Adjustable PRN Sprinkler Head

$7.75 /each

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Ideal for watering small to medium lawn areas, the Toro MultiStream PRN Adjustable Sprinkler Head features gear driven rotors and a matched precipitation rate (MPR) nozzle. This 4 in. pop-up sprinkler head comes with a tool for adjusting the pattern 45 - 270°.

  • Check with your local water agency for available rebates on this product
  • Gear driven rotating streams deliver water slowly and evenly for greater efficiency and water savings
  • 14 - 26 ft. spray radius
  • Flow rate of 0.38 - 3.78 GPM
  • Operating pressure of 20 - 55 psi with a maximum of 75 psi
  • Matched precipitation rate (MPR) nozzle helps ensure uniform water distribution across the patterns
  • Radius can be reduced 25% by turning set screw 60°
  • Includes an adjustment tool for adjusting the pattern 45 - 270°
  • 4 in. pop-up sprinkler head
  • For irrigation of small to medium lawn areas

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360 pop sprinkler head

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Perry Fl
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August 22, 2016
We have a long driveway, 1000ft, with white board fence. Our irrigation water is full of iron. Currently the sprinklers are next to the fence and have approx. 180 degree spray. The grass path is 10'>15" along the drive way. The fence is stained rust ever where there is a sprinkler. I was thinking if we moved the pop ups away from the fence and used a head with approximately 5' , low profile radius it might minimize the staining but still water well.
I am the wife doing research for the husband. We have other sprinkler on the property that go back and forth and we do not have as much of a problem. I think the narrow path, the placement of the sprinklers and the type of head makes it worse.
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Based on the information you shared, we would say that Toro’s PRN nozzle is probably not the right choice (it only dials down to a 14’ radius while maintaining a matched precipitation rate). The stains on your fence are possibly the result of your pattern adjustment, excessive pressure (misting), or high winds. You will want a nozzle that can have the radius reduced to cover the narrowest part of the Read More
Based on the information you shared, we would say that Toro’s PRN nozzle is probably not the right choice (it only dials down to a 14’ radius while maintaining a matched precipitation rate). The stains on your fence are possibly the result of your pattern adjustment, excessive pressure (misting), or high winds. You will want a nozzle that can have the radius reduced to cover the narrowest part of the turf strip, ideally while maintaining head-to-head coverage. If your valve has flow control, you may be able to dial back your flow to reduce misting and staining. Read Less
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What is the inlet size?? 1/2" or 3/4". Looking for 3/4". let me know

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June 20, 2016
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The inlet is ½” on this item. I am not familiar with any similar products that have a ¾” inlet. You can modify your supply by reducing the riser to ½” . Other options would be to use a gear-driven rotor such as Toro’s T5, T5 RapidSet, or ProStream XL.
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Can I adjust the flow of water out of the sprinkler head?

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The PRN radius adjustment screw can be turned a maximum of 90 degrees in the clockwise direction to reduce both the flow and the radius at the same time. Of course, the screw can be turned in the counter-clockwise direction if the reduction is too great. If after the maximum adjustment of the screw in the clockwise direction the distance of throw still needs to be reduced even more, then the operating Read More
The PRN radius adjustment screw can be turned a maximum of 90 degrees in the clockwise direction to reduce both the flow and the radius at the same time. Of course, the screw can be turned in the counter-clockwise direction if the reduction is too great. If after the maximum adjustment of the screw in the clockwise direction the distance of throw still needs to be reduced even more, then the operating pressure at the pop up head will need to be reduced. The flow control stem on the valve can be used, up to a point, to reduce the operating pressure at the pop up spray head. Read Less
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what should i use to level cement board on wall

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Hi Dvcool,
We would like to help you further on this order. Please could you give us a call at our Online Customer Service # at 1-800-466-3337.
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Rated 1.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Avoid this sprinkler head... I bought 3 dozen of these for my yard and 6 of them don't work correctly or consistently. They spray a good steam but don't rotate. I have flushed out the lines (multiple times), cleaned the heads (multiple times), and they will work for awhile and then stop rotating. i have swapped the parts between ones that work and ones that don't work with limited success and finally bought another brand for the 6 failures that works great! May 18, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointing coverage Surprised and disappointed with the limited water flow and coverage area. Perhaps I expected too much from these relatively inexpensive sprinkler heads. April 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad nozzle The nozzle shoots backward, all toro nozzles do this, except the adjustable ones. May 6, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor quality, flimsy hardware. The head does a good job beautifully sending streams of water across the lawn, achieving more or less even coverage. Unfortunately, the adjustable head seeps water every time a new stream is launched, creating a pool of water directly under the nozzle. Also, one of the 5 heads i got had a constant stream shooting directly backwards of the main direction. This is the only nozzle i have ever tried, that i was afraid i was going to break it if i pulled it out of the sprinkler body by grabbing it with my fiingernails. In general, don't waste your money. I have also tried the other available products, the rainbird product send water with a nice low tragectory but produces a very uneven coverage. The Hunter mp rotator actually gets good coverage and feels firm, but sends streams very high into the air, so it is susceptible to wind. take your pick ... May 1, 2013
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