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Monday, August 6th 2012, 6:34pm

by Wet_Boots

You would need 2.0 nozzles made for the Rainbird R-50 rotor.

Monday, August 6th 2012, 3:23pm

by ___Brandon

Optima UCR-1 Nozzle Replacement

Hello,

I just had the the splines on my Meyer submersible pump strip out, so I replaced the pump and the bladder tank to the tune of a very hefty bill.



When the well guy was checking things over he fired up my sprinkler zones and noted that all but 1 of the 7 zones dropped the pressure to around 30 psi (dynamic). He informed me that I need to drop the nozzle size on my sprinklers to keep the pressure up around 50 psi while the sprinklers are running.



The problem I'm having is I have a bunch (20 or so) of Optima UCR-1 sprinklers, and I can find any parts for them. Does anybody know where I could find nozzles for these?



I pulled one sprinkler out so I could check it over and it is running a 3.0 nozzle, so I'm guessing I'd need a lower number nozzle to get a smaller hole size.



Thanks for your help,

Brandon