A: Don’t know why not. You should check the pressure on your septic system to make sure the sprinkler head meets requirement
A: i say NO. Only for clean water.
A: The gear driven such as the Voyager II are hard plumbed in the ground. The 5000 that I've seen hook up to a hose and either stick in the ground or are on a base above the ground. The 5000 stands for a coverage of 5000 square feet. The gear driven has a maximum coverage of approximately 8500 square feet. I would be surprised if you get the maximum coverage from either.
A: The only 5000 series I have are made by Rainbird and not affiliated with the Orbit. The 5000's are not the same size as Orbit's (Orbits are almost identical to the Hunter rotors).The 5000's series has 3 different kinds of rotors and in my opinion the best ones to have although higher in price than Orbit.You can go onto the internet to find the options on the Rainbird rotors.The Orbit rotors are good rotors.
A: Not sure why you would think it was “as is”? Purchased new includes an adjustment tool and 8-12 nozzle options.
A: Typically on their webpage.
A: Try Orbit's website
A: Every sprinkler sold comes with a flow chart
|Brand||Orbit||Hunter Industries||Rain Bird||Rain Bird|
|Name||Voyager II Pop-Up Gear Drive Sprinkler||PGJ Gear-Drive Rotor Sprinkler with 2.0 Nozzle||26 - 38 ft. Simple Adjust Pop-Up Heavy-Duty Gear Drive Rotor||Part Circle Rotor|
Buy 6 or more $9.75
Buy 6 or more $11.02
|Sprinkler Location||Above ground,Below ground||Above ground,Below ground||Below ground||Below ground|
|View Product||View Product||View Product||View Product|