CT70 Rotary Sprinkler

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Radius adjustment screw decreases radius up to 25%

5 year trade warranty and 100% water tested

Thick, vandal resistant rubber cover is standard; visible arrows indicate + or – arc adjustment

“Punch-thru” cover to protect nozzle retaining screw from debris

Easy grip threaded cover

5 field changeable nozzles

Safety clutch for vandal protection; ratchets like a sprayhead

Part circle models adjust from 40 – 360°; no tools required

Expanded “arc dwell” on part circle models provides full coverage along borders

Pressure activated wiper seal and strong stainless steel spring on pop-up models to ensure positive retraction

High-tech micro filter protects reversing mechanism

Streamlined large flow tube to minimize pressure loss through sprinkler

Impeller flow regulator automatically matches flow to nozzle selection

Smooth impeller gear drive for highly uniform watering

Large area, basket type, removable strainer for debris protection

Standard Ready Check™ check valve on CT70 and CT70-36 models is easily reversed in the field to a “check” position. Check valve holds back 15' (4,6 m/hd) of elevated water 

 

OPERATING RANGE

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Precipitation Rate: Approx. 0.6 - 1.0" per hour @ 60 psi 15,8 - 27 mm per hour @ 4,2 bar

  Standard Metric
Radius: 49 - 74' 14,9 - 22,6 m
Pressure: 40 - 90 psi 2,8 - 6,2 bar
Flow: 8.1 - 28.0 gpm 1,84 - 6, 36 m³/h

OPTIONS

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Non-potable cover (add "N" suffix)

Vandal cover lock (add "XV" prefix

T3ST Nozzle install collar

DIMENSIONS

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Height (closed): 8 13/16" (22,4 cm)
Pop-up Height: 4" (10,2 cm)
Inlet: 1" IPS (specify ISO for international)
Exposed Top Diameter: 1 ¾" (4,4 cm)

 

PRODUCT CONSTRUCTION

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High-strength non-corrosive plastics and metals used throughout sprinkler

Sealed, lubricant packed drive housing provides long life performance

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