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The ability to regulate water pressure is crucial to overall system efficiency. The brown-capped PRS30 takes all the rugged and reliable features of the Pro-Spray body and delivers efficient pressure regulation by keeping water pressure at a constant 2.1 bar; 210 kPa. The built-in regulator is proven to reduce water waste and promote healthier root zones, because water is delivered at the optimum pressure for spray nozzles. The PRS30 is compatible with both fixed-arc and Precision Distribution Control Nozzles, and is available in Shrub, 10 cm, 15 cm, 30 cm riser heights. It is recommended for both residential and commercial applications.
Models: Shrub, 10 cm, 15 cm, 30 cm
No side inlet (NSI) version available in 15 cm and 30 cm
Innovative directional flush plug design
Warranty period: 5 years
This pressure-activated, multi-function wiper seal was designed to reduce flow-by. The zero flush seal operates at low pressures and allows more sprinkler heads to be installed on the same zone. The wiper seal’s design protects the riser when operating, and keeps debris out of the seal when retracted, reducing riser stick-ups.
The Pro-Spray line incorporates a heavy-duty ribbed body and durable cap engineered to withstand the harshest environments, including the rigors of foot traffic and the abuses of heavy machinery. In addition, the buttress thread design provides superior strength in cap-to-body gripping capacity helping the head to withstand high inlet surge pressures.
The strongest retraction spring for positive retraction under any condition.
Pedestrian traffic, landscaping equipment, temperature changes, and cycling pressures can often cause body caps to loosen. Most spray bodies utilize an O-Ring, which breaks seal immediately after loosening. The Pro-Spray can withstand more than one full 360º turn and remain sealed at any pressure.
Factory Installed Options
User Installed Options
Built Tough to Withstand Life in the Trenches
Hunter Pro-Spray line can handle the harshest environments and pressure, and still perform as needed. Pressure regulated models provide new opportunities for extraordinary water savings.