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Frequently Asked Questions

Why should you never combine spray heads rotors or drip irrigation in the same Hydrozone?

Never combine spray heads, rotors, or drip irrigation in the same hydro-zone. The water application rates are different for each of these, which will cause either dry or wet spots. For example, rotors often apply water at half the rate as spray heads.

Are rotary sprinklers better?

They are called rotary nozzles because they are a very small rotor that is the same size as the standard nozzle on a spray-type sprinkler. ... Rotary/rotator nozzles are more efficient than traditional spray heads because they produce less “mist” that evaporates before it reaches the ground.

Are K rain sprinklers good?

They have a higher optimal operating water pressure between 45 and 50 psi than sprays and they have a precipitation rate between 0.5 and 1 inch per hour. K-Rain® rotors are recognized worldwide for their reliability, ease of use and superior uniformity in coverage.

Should I flush sprinkler head ground?

If the old riser fitting came out with the old head, remove it and screw it onto the new head. Then test-fit the new head by screwing it into the water line. The top of the head should be flush with the ground, not sticking up into the grass.

What kind of drainage problems do I have in my yard?

Drainage problems in the yard fall into two categories: habit-based or design-based. Of the two, dealing with a habit-based drainage issue is easier. It essentially means that you’re overwatering or have planted in such a way that it encourages pooling.

Why does my new house have drainage problems?

A lot of new homes often develop drainage problems because builders don’t install downspouts so rain water tends to stay in one area and is not diverted away from the house. At the same time, downspouts which divert water towards the house instead of away from it are also to blame.

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