Sprinkler Head
Sprinkler Head
Sprinkler Heads of a wide variety,  are on the market, ranging from light-duty to commercial use. Always group the same type of sprinkler head on a single circuit (or zone) to ensure that they have the same approximate flow rate. Use heads with a small spray radius for smaller areas and heads with a large spray radius for larger areas. Sprinkler heads fall into three categories: spray heads, rotors and bubblers.

Spray heads are a popular and versatile Sprinkler Head that release a fixed spray in either a fixed or partial circle with a radius of five to fifteen feet, making them ideal for accurate, direct watering of small lawns, shrubs, and irregularly shaped beds. They put out more water over a shorter period of time, and operate at lower water pressure than rotors. Spray heads can pop-up or be stationary.
Rotor Sprinkler Heads shoot out streams of water at longer distances and different paths. They require more pressure to operate than spray heads, water more slowly, and throw water farther, from fifteen to fifty feet. This makes them a suitable choice for large landscaped areas and lawns, such as in public parks. Rotor heads lose more water to evaporation but fewer heads are needed to cover the given space. They can
be either stationary or pop-up. Bubblers, or flood heads, emit a large quantity of water in a downward spray that soaks the ground beneath them, usually in a circumference of about five feet. They are ideal
for watering trees, shrubs, and planters that require the root zone to receive water but whose leaves will not tolerate being watered.


The type you select needs to cover the area and distribute water where it is needed. That would identify your Sprinkler Heads.
253-332-0586

253-332-0586
Sprinkler Heads of a wide variety,  are on the market, ranging from light-duty to commercial use. Always group the same type of sprinkler head on a single circuit (or zone) to ensure that they have the same approximate flow rate. Use heads with a small spray radius for smaller areas and heads with a large spray radius for larger areas. Sprinkler heads fall into three categories: spray heads, rotors and bubblers.

Spray heads are a popular and versatile Sprinkler Head that release a fixed spray in either a fixed or partial circle with a radius of five to fifteen feet, making them ideal for accurate, direct watering of small lawns, shrubs, and irregularly shaped beds. They put out more water over a shorter period of time, and operate at lower water pressure than rotors. Spray heads can pop-up or be stationary.