A: 7 to 8 feet
A: Thank you for your question. The proper installation of pop-up sprays is "head-to-head". So, if your heads (sprays) are installed 10 feet apart from one another, you would use a 10 foot nozzle so that the spray from the nozzle just reaches the nearest head(s).
A: The degree of spread on this item is 7 to 8 feet.
A: The filter gauges are specific to the nozzle with which they come. The provided filter will provide plenty of flow to the nozzle. The larger open end of the filter is designed to be installed into the bottom of the nozzle (the open end installs in the upward position).
A: It stands for matched precipitation rate.
A: On Toro website you’ll find: Matched Precipitation Rates Ensures all nozzles apply water at approximately the same rate.
A: Matched Precipitation Rate (MPR)
A: http://www.rainbird.com/homeowner/products/sprays/MPRnozzles.htm It refers to Matched Precipitation Rate which is fully explained at the above link. MPR Nozzles simplify the design process by allowing sprinklers with various arcs and radii to be mixed on the same circuit while maintaining even water distribution rates. They fit all Rain Bird spray heads and shrub adapters.
A: The nozzle can easily be identified as a 180 degree nozzle by looking at the top of it. These nozzles have indicator marks showing the degrees of spray. The information is also molded onto the top of the nozzle: TORO H 180. The max radius – 10’ in this case – is also molded onto the top of the nozzle above the “H” (Half) marking.
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