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Model #53861

570 MPR+ 8 ft. 360-Degree Pattern Sprinkler Nozzle

$215

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Product Overview

Toro's Matched Precipitation Rate (MPR) Nozzles are color coded for easy identification. Matched precipitation rates ensure all nozzles (every radius and pattern) apply water at the same rate (inches per hour). Uniform part-circle watering patterns eliminate over and under throw. Toro Nozzles fit any Toro 570 Series pop-up body or shrub adapter.
  • California residents
  • Compatible with Toro 570 sprinkler bodies and shrub adapters (sold separately)
  • Coverage area of up to 200.96 sq. ft.
  • Pressure-compensating device helps eliminate misting and fogging and conserves water
  • Matched precipitation rate helps ensure even watering
  • Matched Precipitation Rate (MPR) ensures even water distribution any pattern, any radius
  • Customized screens for each nozzle are included to reduce clogging
  • Installs easily onto any Toro 570, 570Z or shrub body

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Package Quantity
1
Returnable
180-Day

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Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

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It says 8 ft, but can we dial it down to 7 ft, 6 ft, etc? The picture does not show a center scre...

Asked by Rob April 21, 2017
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Yes, you can dial down the radius to about 6 feet while maintaining matched precipitation rates. The screw is in the center-top of the nozzle.

what does MPR stand for?

Asked by boyd June 3, 2012
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MPR stands for Matched Precipitation Rate. The “+” means that it also has pressure compensation. The Toro 570 nozzles have the MPR feature and is the only brand nozzle that can be mixed with any other size/pattern Toro 570 MPR nozzle (i.e. 8’ quarter pattern in one area and a 10’ half pattern in another area.) They are designed to apply water at the same rate. This helps to prevent over or under watered areas. Competitive nozzles may claim MPR but they are so only within the same radius family (i.e. 15’ OR 12’.)

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Love Toro the best. Can’t find them everywhere. Hope Home Depot keeps carrying them
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Love Toro the best. Can’t find them everywhere. Hope Home Depot keeps carrying them
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I expected a full 360 degree ‘Rain Spray’ which covers...
I expected a full 360 degree ‘Rain Spray’ which covers at least a 8 ft Circle. Instead it’s a flat spray made up of 2 half circles with gaps 180 degrees apart. It’s not producing the dome job that I expected. All my other multiple sprinkler heads are far superior.
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They were not the common 2 packs but individual items.
They were not the common 2 packs but individual items.
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Response from ToroMarch 4, 2020
Feel free to call our Irrigation Department at 800-367-8676 and we can further assist on parts. Toro
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