Bubblers and Bed Sprays

PRESSURE COMPENSATING BUBBLER

No. 106 provides a soft, bubbling action for deep soaking. Ideal for planter boxes, tree wells or similar areas when proper drainage is available.

FEATURES

  • Application for tree wells and bed areas

  • Inlet filter screen to prevent clogging

  • Durable engineering-grade plastic construction

  • Available in ½ gpm and 1 gpm discharge models

  • Pressure compensating bubbler with trickle pattern

ADJUSTABLE BUBBLERS

No. 102 and 133 are the perfect choice for all applications where economy and/or higher flows are required. Ideal for planter boxes, tree wells or similar areas when proper drainage is available.

FEATURES

  • Umbrella pattern, full circle bubbler

  • Durable engineering-grade plastic construction

  • Inlet filter screen to prevent clogging

  • Application for tree wells and bed areas

BED SPRAY NOZZLE

FEATURES

  • The No. 105 provides a fixed, horizontal (flat) spray

     

  • Full circle only

  • This head is ideally suited for smaller, special treatment areas

  • Fits No. 92 and 93 shrub adapters

  • Note: diameter of coverage is based on head mounted 6" (15 cm) above grade.

PRODUCT CONSTRUCTION

Pressure Compensating Bubbler

Durable ABS plastic housing.   Pressure compensating device is made of long life Buna-N rubber (½" IPS connection)

Adjustable Bubblers

Durable ABS plastic housing with stainless steel adjustment screw (½" IPS connection)

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