The PGP Ultra takes the foundation of the best-selling PGP Rotor and raises the bar with a variety of new features developed over three decades of research, customer feedback, and lab testing. Among the most notable improvements of the PGP Ultra is its non-strippable drive and automatic arc return. These two features work to allow the turret to be turned without causing damage, and return the turret to its original arc regardless of where it is turned. Other advanced features include 34 nozzle options with several radius choices, and a headed slot and set screw. The diversity of the PGP Ultra offers system installers an array of efficient options on any site.
Models: Shrub, 10 cm, 30cm
Arc setting: 50 to 360 degrees
Factory installed rubber cover
Through-the-top arc adjustment
Quick check arc mechanism
Water lubricated gear-drive
Nozzle choices: 34
Nozzle racks: 1.5 to 8.0 Blue, 2.0 Low Angle to 4.0 Low Angle Grey, 0.50 Short Radius to 3.0 Short Radius Black, 6.0 to 13.0 Green, MPR-20, MPR-30, MPR-35
Warranty period: 5 years
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.
Use a slotted screwdriver or the Hunter wrench for easier and simpler adjustments as needed.
Purple caps indicate where non-potable irrigation water is being used.
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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A Standard that Has Yet to be Matched
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.