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SuperNet PC Sprinkler Assemblies

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$4.65 - $4.69

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SKU:
Q_SPRTUB

Description

These SuperNet PC Sprinkler Assemblies (MSNPT, MSNBLUT, and MSNBLAT) include the sprinkler body, stock spinner (purple or black), a 30" length of 1/4" supply tubing, and a 1/4" transfer barb. They come completely assembled and ready to connect to your mainline tubing. Use the Blue Support Stake (sold separately) to elevate and support SuperNet sprinklers.

Features:

  • Pressure Range: 25 - 50 PSI
  • Clog resistant and self flushing
  • Ideal for orchards and new tree plantings
  • Excellent for long rows and uneven terrain

PC sprinklers can water more trees on the same zone with equal water distribution regardless of row length or elevation changes. When the tree is young, replace the stock spinner (purple or black) with the blue spinner with the deflector (sold separately) to water the root ball. As the tree grows, break off the deflector to expand the watering area. For mature trees, remove the blue spinner and replace with the stock spinner.

Part Flow Spinner Wetted Radius
Purple base
(MSNP and MSNPT)
5.3 GPH Purple (stock) 8 feet
Blue, w/deflector 2 feet
Blue, no deflector 4 feet
Blue base
(MSNBLU and MSNBLUT)
10.9 GPH Purple (stock) 8.5 feet
Blue, w/deflector 3 feet
Blue, no deflector 5.5 feet
Black base
(MSNBLA and MSNBLAT)
18.9 GPH Black (stock) 10 feet
Blue, w/deflector 3 feet
Blue, no deflector 8 feet

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