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Saturday, December 30th 2017, 5:56am


The distance of the coverage will depend on the operating pressure at the hydrant's inlet. The optimum operating pressure between conventional spray hydrants will range between 25+/- and 30+/- PSI.
Partially clogged nozzles will loose coverage range, especially if they are short range (10' or less) and the water is non-potable water.

Tuesday, October 10th 2017, 4:30am

by Warren Knegt

No all of Rain Bird 15’Spray heads not spray the same distance as its pressure are different.

Wednesday, September 13th 2017, 12:05pm

by bighaus

Spray head radius

Do all of the Rain Bird 15' spray heads really spray the same distance? I always feel like the HE-VAN and VAN heads don't spray as far.