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tootsie

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Tuesday, September 4th 2007, 12:47am

Is the 570 series Toro the same as the 570Z series

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I need to replace a cracked Toro 6" fixed spray, side inlet, 570series sprinkler. Is the 570Z series the same model or is it different? If it is different, where can I purchase the model that I need?
Many thanks for any help you can provide. I am new to this stuff. My system was installed by someone else.

aquatechirrigation

Active Member

Posts: 6

Location: USA

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Sunday, September 16th 2007, 6:53am

The 570z is different. The 570z has a factory installed flow shut off device. If for instance the nozzle gets broken off and the flow changes the head will shut itself off. It all sounds good but but I have had a lot of problems with these heads. Save yourself a headache and just get a regular 570. You should be able to get them just about anywhere.

Wet_Boots

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Posts: 3,884

Location: Metro NYC

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Sunday, September 16th 2007, 7:51am

The 'Z' is just a designator for the current type of cap and seal used by the head. All 570's are of the Z form.

In general, you are better off using only the bottom inlet of any sprinkler head.

aquatechirrigation

Active Member

Posts: 6

Location: USA

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Monday, September 24th 2007, 1:20pm

I stand to be corrected...the toro with the regulator is the prx, not the 570z.

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