A: I believe so. The nozzle is exchangeable for any with the same thread type.
A: Yes, the nozzle is replaceable. You can install the Toro nozzle that best fits your needs.
A: Sprinklers do not have “valves” incorporated into them. Each “zone” (or section) of an irrigation system is fed by a single valve that flows water to each head in the zone. Some taller/longer sprays have dual inlets that allow you to choose whether you connect your water source from the bottom or side of the pop-up, but those inlets are not designed to function as outlets to feed other emission devices (sprinklers or drip components).
A: Pop-up sprinklers (Sprays) do not have outlet lines. Water is fed in through the bottom of the sprinkler body (or from the side in some 6” – 12” models) and it exits through the nozzle.
A: There's only a Inlet line at the bottom where you screw it onto the 1/2" PVC riser.
A: There is a radius adjustment screw on the top of the nozzle. Use a small, flathead screwdriver to turn the screw clockwise. This will reduce the radius (distance) by up to 25%.
A: There's a tiny screw in the center of the head for distance adjustment.
|Name||3 in. KSpray Pop-Up Sprinkler 1/4 Circle Pattern Nozzle||PRO-S 4 in. Pop-Up Quarter Pattern||Pro-S 3 in. RCW Spray - Body Only (No Nozzle)||570Z Pro Series 1/4-Circle Pop-Up Sprinkler|
|Sprinkler Location||Below ground||Below ground||Below ground||Below ground|
|Sprinkler Head Spray Pattern||Quarter Radius||Quarter Radius||Adjustable||Quarter Radius|
|Sprinkler Head Type||Fixed,Spray||Fixed,Spray||Spray||Fixed|
|THD SO SKU||1002519413|
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