Internet #203225567

Model # 53889

Store SKU #1001194370

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570 MPR+ 180-Degree 10 ft. Nozzle

$ 2 99

Overview

Toro 570 MPR+ Nozzles feature a pressure-compensating device that eliminates misting and fogging and conserves water. Toro’s Matched Precipitation Rate (MPR) nozzles ensure that any Toro nozzle applies water at the same rate regardless of radius or pattern. Feel free to mix and match nozzles without the worry of over or under watered areas.

Frequently Bought Together

Frequently Bought Together

Product Overview

Toro 570 MPR+ Nozzles feature a pressure-compensating device that eliminates misting and fogging and conserves water. Toro’s Matched Precipitation Rate (MPR) nozzles ensure that any Toro nozzle applies water at the same rate regardless of radius or pattern. Feel free to mix and match nozzles without the worry of over or under watered areas.
  • Produces a uniform fan of water
  • 180° nozzle
  • Matched precipitation rate
  • Compatible with Toro 570 sprinkler bodies and shrub adapters

Product Overview

Model #: 53889
Sku #: 1001194370
Internet #: 203225567

Toro 570 MPR+ Nozzles feature a pressure-compensating device that eliminates misting and fogging and conserves water. Toro’s Matched Precipitation Rate (MPR) nozzles ensure that any Toro nozzle applies water at the same rate regardless of radius or pattern. Feel free to mix and match nozzles without the worry of over or under watered areas.

  • Produces a uniform fan of water
  • 180° nozzle
  • Matched precipitation rate
  • Compatible with Toro 570 sprinkler bodies and shrub adapters

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Specifications

Details

Irrigation System Component
Nozzle
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Specifications

Details

Irrigation System Component
Nozzle
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

What does MPR stand for?

What does MPR stand for?
Asked by: George
It stands for matched precipitation rate.
Answered by: Communityanswer
Date published: 2018-01-27

How can you tell the degree of spread within the various 570 MPRs?

How can you tell the degree of spread within the various 570 MPRs?
Asked by: Vic
The degree of spread on this item is 7 to 8 feet.
Answered by: Communityanswer
Date published: 2018-11-07

The filter that came with Toro 570 Model 53736 8 ft. adjustable nozzle is black and seems to be a...

The filter that came with Toro 570 Model 53736 8 ft. adjustable nozzle is black and seems to be almost solid, while the filter with Model 53734 12 ft. adjustable nozzle is white and definitely allows some water to go through it. Why the difference? Also, are the filters supposed to be installed with the larger, open end facing up or down? Thanks for your help.
Asked by: George
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).
Answered by: Toro
Date published: 2018-01-08

That is not what I'm asking, let's try it this way.

I have removed any wrapping or packaging the nozzle is in. I have thrown this nozzle in a container with other random nozzles. Later I pick up this nozzle. How is the nozzle identified as being 180 degrees?
Asked by: Marty
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.
Answered by: Toro
Date published: 2017-04-13
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