Date: Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Hunter is celebrating Smart Irrigation Month with a fun contest featuring its water savings heros. Participants can share their water savings projects and photos for a chance to win up to $5,000 in distributor credit as well as other weekly prizes. Click here to visit the webpage, watch a video, and enter to win.
Date: Friday, June 27, 2014
Hunter recently released a total of ten new videos to help users program the new battery operated Node controller. Offered in one comprehensive video, as well as nine topic specific versions, these videos make it easy to view and share exactly the topics you are looking for.
To view videos on specific topics pertaining to the Node controller, click on the links below:
1. NODE: Introduction and buttons overview
2. NODE: Setting the date and time
Date: Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Hunter is proud to release the newest member to the water conserving Clik family of sensors for irrigation systems, the Soil-Clik. The Soil-Clik is a soil moisture sensing device that prevents water waste by limiting irrigation as the landscape reaches adequate moisture levels.
The Soil-Clik is compatible with all AC powered Hunter controllers and most major brands of irrigation controllers. The Soil-Clik has two components – a moisture sensor probe, which is placed in the soil up to 1,000 ft. from the...
Date: Tuesday, April 15, 2014
A short radius version of the popular MP Rotator® product family, the MP800SR, is now available. This new MP Rotator extends the product line's ability to reach radius settings as low as 6 ft., while also reaching 12 ft. at the maximum radius setting.
The MP800SR was designed for short radius irrigation needs while retaining all of the features and benefits of the current MP Rotator line, including high distribution uniformity, wind-resistant streams, debris-resistant double-pop, and construction with the...
Date: Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Hunter's new family of pressure-compensating drip emitters expands options for micro irrigation. Available in three convenient inlets: self-piercing barb, 10/32 thread, and 1/2" female thread. The barb and 10/32 thread models are offered in .5, 1, 2, 4, and 6 GPH models; the 1/2" female threaded model is available in 1 and 2 GPH.
This wide range of flow rates provides the individual plants and trees the optimal amount of water from a single emitter, regardless of pressure. Emitters are color-coded for...
Date: Thursday, December 19, 2013
If you feel like you need to work smarter, not harder, consider adding remotes to the controllers on your next job. Remotes improve your productivity without adding extra personnel or hours. With remote operation, you can eliminate wasted time spent walking back to the clock to stop or start a manual watering cycle. Use remotes for:
Initial set up: Once the installation is complete, remotes can increase the speed of flushing lines and making fine-tune sprinkler adjustments. Save time by eliminating the...
Date: Thursday, November 14, 2013
The 2014 Hunter irrigation catalog is now available as a downloadable or interactive PDF for quick and easy access to our innovative products. It includes easy-to-read charts, product features, advanced features, operating specifications and specification builders. The catalog is available in a digital "turn page" format and mobile-friendly format in different languages and can be seamlessly viewed on a variety of smartphones, tablets and PCs. To view the new catalog click here.
Date: Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Hunter Industries announces that Barry Pedler, who oversees Hunter Industries’ international sales efforts, has been promoted to Vice President, International Sales.
"We are pleased to announce this well-deserved promotion for Barry Pedler," said Greg Hunter, President of Hunter Industries. "Mr. Pedler and his team lead the industry in producing world-class customer service and sales results. His participation as a Vice President will help Hunter stay focused on our international growth opportunities.”...
Date: Friday, September 27, 2013
Del Mar Thoroughbred Club has selected Hunter as the irrigation manufacturer of choice for their upcoming installation of a new turf course. The seaside racing headquarters, known for its cool Pacific Ocean breezes and its world-class Thoroughbred racing, is located in Del Mar, about 20 miles north of San Diego. and was designed in conjunction with Steve Baker of Independent Irrigation located in Oceanside, CA. Giving way to a larger, 80 ft. wide turf course, the project provides for future opportunities...
Date: Monday, September 23, 2013
Hunter Industries has joined forces with Raise the River, a collaborative effort among nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and community groups. Raise the river aims to raise $10 million by 2017 in order to reconnect the Colorado River to its delta in Mexico. Hunter’s commitment to this project has included the funding of a pilot restoration project for riparian habitat along the delta managed by the Sonoran Institute and title sponsorship of the Raise the River launch event.