The I-40 is a tough commercial rotor that delivers water with accuracy and efficiency at distances up to 23.2 m. Featuring diverse three-port nozzle options, a non-strippable drive, and a thick rubber cover built to prevent injury; it's no wonder this rotor is found in more stadiums than any other in the world. With the strength of stainless steel, the I-40 is built to last in the harshest sports, public park, and commercial environments. If efficiency, effective irrigation, and beautiful results are the goal, the I-40 is the irrigation professional's best solution.
Models stainless riser: 10 cm to 15 cm
Arc setting: 50 to 360 degrees
Factory installed rubber cover
Nozzle choices: 12
Nozzle ranges I-40: #8 to #25
Nozzle ranges I-40-ON: #15 to #28
Through-the-top arc adjustment
Quick check arc mechanism
Warranty period: 5 years
Water lubricated gear-drive
The opposing nozzle design offers excellent water distribution. With primary and secondary nozzles on opposing sides of the turret, streams arc in opposite directions as the sprinkler rotates for outstanding mid-range and close-in watering.
This patented feature returns the turret to the original arc regardless of where it is turned. This ensures vandal protection in any environment.
The patented, non-strippable, vandal proof drive mechanism enables the turret to be turned without causing damage.
Patented non-reversing 360 for part- and full-circle in one model, from 50 to 360 degrees.
Purple caps indicate where non-potable irrigation water is being used.
For unforgiving soil conditions, unpredictable climates, or heavy foot traffic, stainless steel is the best choice
As air in the system piping can cause long-term damage to rotors and plumbing, the drain check valve keeps lines from draining when the system is shut off. This saves water, reduces liability, and increases system life.
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Hunter made its reputation on the quality, reliability and innovative features found in its rotary sprinkler line and continues to set the benchmark by which other manufacturer’s rotors are judged.
All precipitation rates calculated for 180 degree operation. For the precipitation rate for a 360 degree sprinkler, divide by 2.
All precipitation rates calculated for 360 degree operation.