Thanks to their wind-resistant low trajectory and uniform spray pattern, the Ein-Dor Mini-Sprinklers from DripWorks have drawn rave reviews from our customers. These Ein-Dor sprinklers are perfect for landscaped areas, garden beds, plant propagation and small groups of containers. Using the press-fit barb and anti-drip device, you can even invert an Ein-Dor sprayer for overhead use in a greenhouse.
Under pressure, the top part of the mini-sprinkler lifts and oscillates, creating a flat spray pattern and an even distribution of droplets. The lift helps discourage plugging and insects.
We offer several versions of these mini-sprinklers, including low-flow, medium/high flow, medium/low flow and high flow.
- Full circle spray pattern
- Even distribution of droplets (no misting)
- Lifting top prevents plugging and keeps insects out
- Operates best at 30 PSI (20 PSI minimum)
The Ein Dor Mini-Sprinkler head has two parts connected by a small plastic rod. Under pressure, the top part lifts and oscillates creating a flat spray pattern with an even distribution of droplets. The lifting top prevents plugging and keeps out insects while the large drops and low spray angle minimize wind drift. Because Ein Dors have such even coverage, they are a natural choice for greenhouse watering, either facing up, or hanging upside down for container groupings. Overlap 100% for complete coverage.
When inverted (installed upside down) the low flow Ein Dor (MELOW) produces a fine mist with a reduced diameter.
|Sprinkler||Color||Flow @ 30 PSI||Diameter @ 30 PSI|
|MELOW||Purple||5 GPH||5 feet|
|MELTB||Blue||9 GPH||7 feet|
|MEBLA||Black||18 GPH||9 feet|
|MERED||Red||32 GPH||13 feet|
Even if you prefer to use all ground level emitters; I recommend putting at least one sprayer on every zone, to see that the system is operating at full pressure. It's amazing how many leaks and clogged filters I found; using a sprayer as a pressure gauge. Put a sprayer at the far end of your system to make sure pressure is getting there.