null

Tornado Misters 10/24 Thread Version (5 Pack)

(3 reviews) Write a Review
Add to Cart
$2.95

Info

SKU:
Q_MTF

Reviews

  • Marie - Sep 19th 2020

    5
    "Attention " Used the High Flow (Red)

    If you are going to to Drill the Pipe and use a 10/24 taping tool ..Be on notice that the sprinkler Pipe {conduit) is not very Thick which will cause complications on the Tapping Process..Also you Will Be Tapping Plastic not Metal ..Electrical PVC 1/2 Pipe Schedule 80 is thicker pipe ..and much Better.. which will allow this mister to screw in Securely for a Seal Under this type of Pressure from the Sprinkler Valve's ..If you do not want to use the Tapping Method ..i suggest Getting the Coupling with the 10/24 Threading already there for you to Carefully screw in the mister ..These Coupling's run $3.00 each Aprox..at Home Depot ..(These are Top Tornado Mister's If Installed Correctly) ..

  • Matthew - Apr 4th 2018

    4
    work well

    even distribution. i have hundreds in use. higher pressures(fewer in use) result in finer mist like droplets. Too many or low pressures give uneven sprays.

  • Patrick - Jul 18th 2017

    2
    The jury is still out

    It appears that many of them spray more on one side than the other. Not a very even distribution of water.

Description

Tornado Misters are excellent for propagation, seedlings, giant pumpkins and any moisture loving plant. Their even distribution and easy installation make them a favorite with our customers. They have a wide operating pressure range of 20 - 60 PSI. Average droplet size is 140 microns.

These 10/24 threaded base Tornado Misters are designed to be installed in the upright position. They can be inserted into EZ-Stakes, Rigid Risers, 1/4" micro tubing, or directly into mainline tubing or PVC pipe. To install in PVC pipe, drill a hole and thread with a 10/24 tap.

SKU Color GPH @ 20 PSI Diam. @ 20 PSI GPH @ 40 PSI Diam. @ 40 PSI
MTFB Black 4 GPH 4 feet 5.5 GPH 4 ft
MTFR Red 8 GPH 6 ft 11.5 GPH 6 ft

Customers Also Viewed

Related Resources

How to Winterize Garden Beds

Sep 28th 2022

Bears hibernate. Birds fly south. Turtles, fish, and many other critters prepare to survive the frig …
See More

The Gear Needed for Indoor Cultivation

Sep 6th 2022

Although it can require more equipment than raising pot plants outdoors, growing marijuana indoors o …
See More

How to Germinate Marijuana Seeds

Sep 6th 2022

Whether you are growing pot for personal use or for income, it is crucial to give your plants the be …
See More

The Best Soil for Growing Marijuana Outdoors

Sep 6th 2022

Growing cannabis outdoors offers many benefits. Firstly, it can be very affordable. You do not need …
See More