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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by veltenslawncare, Jun 3, 2004.
Starting Irrigation Systems this year, wondering what everyone likes for company. I live in NY
We use a combination of all products. Hunter PGP/PGJ for rotors, Rainbird 1800 series for sprays, Irritrol jar-top valves, Hunter PRO-C clocks. We're going to convert to Hunter Institutional Spray series here shortly.
I go with 100% rainbird..........I even like the new valve boxes they came out with.
Hunter rules! Flow control nozzles, and 360 ' adjustable with a key!
Now if my local irrgation house could keep them in stock
RainBird all the way. Can't get what I want in RainBird, Hunter is my next choice
I started off using Hunter and rainbird. I now use Nelson and love them. the rotors come with a 30' nozzle already in, setting the stops is a snap and on top of it all they come with a 5 year UNCONDITIONAL Warranty. On all material.
There all good products, Nelson, hunter etc. Its all in the design and installation
how does everyone feel about toro?
Toro commercial irrigation is great.....Residential...............sucks!
I'll second that Toro residential sucks. Jar tops never want to open with air pressure. They make fall winterizations (blow outs) miserable.
Rain Bird everything - 5000's, 1800's, controllers, valves. Wouldnt have it any other way.