Plastic Impact Sprinklers

Plastic Impact Sprinklers

Plastic impacts are suited to irrigate small to medium sized areas, most models are available in different nozzle configurations as well as full a part circle sprinklers available.

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Orbit Full/Part Circle Impact Sprinkler
$8.64 $11.22 Ex Tax: $8.64

Orbit Full/Part Circle Impact Sprinkler

The 15mm adjustable impact sprinkler head is constructed of durable plastic designed to water up to a 24m diameter. The easily adjustable spray nozzle can be modified from a partial to full circle. The 15mm impact sprinkler head also features a deflector shield and anti-backsplash arm to aid in spray pattern and area coverage. Ideal for ..

Elgo L80B Full/Part Circle Plastic Impact Sprinklers
$10.20 $11.64 Ex Tax: $10.20

Elgo L80B Full/Part Circle Plastic Impact Sprinklers

The Elgo L80B impact sprinkler is a full/part circle sprinkler with four adjustments that is ideal for medium and large lawns. 15mm BSP male inlet Anti splashback 30° – 360° arc adjustment. Radius control from full diameter to 40% by simple turn of thumb–nut (4.5m – 13.5m radius) with distance control. To change f..

Vyrsa 26 Full Circle Plastic Impact Sprinklers
$10.36 $12.71 Ex Tax: $10.36

Vyrsa 26 Full Circle Plastic Impact Sprinklers

The Vyrsa 26 is your ideal no fuss full circle plastic sprinkler, ideal for small to medium garden applications. Available in single or double nozzle configurations. 15mm BSP male inlet 26º trajectory Made from Delrin plastic Stainless steel spring & axle Individual nozzles available on request ..

Vyrsa 1610 Full Circle Plastic Impact Sprinkler (3.0mm nozzle)
$11.27 $18.77 Ex Tax: $11.27

Vyrsa 1610 Full Circle Plastic Impact Sprinkler (3.0mm nozzle)

The Vyrsa 1610 is a full circle low angle sprinkler for undertree and solid set watering systems. 15mm Male BSP thread Delrin - plastic construction Single nozzle 8º Trajectory Equivalent: NAAN 5024 Individual nozzles available on request ..

Vyrsa 802 Full/Part Circle Plastic Impact Sprinkler
$12.69 $15.13 Ex Tax: $12.69

Vyrsa 802 Full/Part Circle Plastic Impact Sprinkler

The Vyrsa 802 is an economical part-circle sprinkler for landscape, small horticultural blocks, nursery and greenhouse irrigation. Made from Delrin plastic Part-circle (can be adjusted to full-circle) Stream deflector and diffuser pin for radius adjustment Anti-backsplash arm 25° trajectory Equivalent to NAA..

Vyrsa 37 Full Circle Plastic Impact Sprinkler
$13.97 $14.30 Ex Tax: $13.97

Vyrsa 37 Full Circle Plastic Impact Sprinkler

The Vyrsa 37 is an economical sprinkler for overhead and solid set systems Full circle plastic (Delrin) sprinkler 20mm BSP male thread Dual bayonet nozzle (1/4 turn clip connection) 25° trajectory (both nozzles) Equivalent NAAN 5035, Toro Model 2 & Toro Model TR2 ..

Vyrsa 36AF Full Circle Plastic Impact Sprinkler
$16.10 $19.36 Ex Tax: $16.10

Vyrsa 36AF Full Circle Plastic Impact Sprinkler

The Vyrsa 36AF is an economical sprinkler for overhead and solid set systems. Full circle plastic (Delrin) sprinkler 20mm male thread Dual nozzle Hooded springs for frost protection 25° trajectory (both nozzles) Equivalent to: NAAN 5035, Toro Model 2 & Toro Model TR ..

Vyrsa 66 Full/Part Circle Plastic Impact Sprinkler
$26.62 $31.90 Ex Tax: $26.62

Vyrsa 66 Full/Part Circle Plastic Impact Sprinkler

The Vyrsa 66 is an economical part-circle sprinkler for sprinkler systems that must avoid overthrowing on to roads, paths or adjoining areas. Plastic (Delrin) sprinkler 20mm male thread Part-Circle (can be adjusted to full circle) Dual nozzle Main nozzle 30° Secondary nozzle 11° ..

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  • The main safety concern is regarding the water supply. To avoid contamination of the mains water upstream, in most municipalities, a Dual Check Valve is required at the water connection.

  • We definitely don’t recommend it. Typically, drip tube will deliver the water at a far slower rate that sprays. Because of this, if you were to have both on the same zone, the areas with drip would be left far drier than the areas with sprinkler coverage. If you do want to water some areas with drip & some with sprinklers, it can be done, but each will just need to be run on their own separate irrigation zones.

  • A garden tap is an excellent place to connect your irrigation system. Ideally, install a connection point behind the tap (turn the water off first) so you can still use your tap to fill a bucket when you need to.

  • Even on a typical domestic system running on mains water a filter is still a good idea. In the event of a water main fault where rubbish does find it’s way down the line, a filter will protect the system from blockage and or failure. On systems operating off recycled water, like from a tank, a screen filter is mandatory. Debris like silt & dirt from recycled water is the most common cause of blockages of failures in irrigation systems.

  • No, unless you’re tapping into your water supply, a plumber isn’t required. Most domestic irrigation systems can be installed by anyone half handy.

  • Firstly, each sprinkler &/or nozzle has a specified spray radius. Secondly, sprinklers are typically designed to deliver more water at their base & progressively less the further away you get. For this reason, you want to position sprinklers so they spray to hit the base of the next sprinkler. Of course this isn’t possible all the time so in those cases, aim to spray at least 80% of the way. By doing this you will guarantee even water across your lawn or garden.

  • Each sprinkler & nozzle sprays water at different rates, but the key factor is the flow rate of your water supply. Work that out with a simple timed bucket test. From there, you can work out how much water each sprinkler you’re looking at uses & work within your flow limit. For more information, check our Product Guides.

  • Well you’re in the right place! We’ve got it all here. The first step, is drawing out a plan of your garden, to scale of course. We’ve got Grid Paper in our Product Guides & all the advice you’ll need in there too!

  • As you install a system, it’s almost inevitable that small fragments of dirt will get into the pipe, for this reason you should always flush out the system before running it the first time. This can be done by leaving an open end at the farthest point of each irrigation zone & operating the zone for 15 or so seconds to flush it out. Then plug it up & you’re good to go! This can also be said for any other times dirt may have gotten into the system (eg: further irrigation repairs or a mains water supply fault).

  • The type of nozzle all depends on how far you need to spray, each nozzle is specified by the radius it sprays & the spray arc it provides (0-360 degrees). Aim to spray to the base of the next closest sprinkler for even watering. For more information on planning, check out our Product Guides.

  • There’s no best type of sprinkler, just better sprinklers for different applications. Gear Drives are better for large areas, over 5m. Pop-Ups are ideal for 1.5-5m & Micro sprays are excellent for anything under that.

  • We get any number of calls from people across the country who've bought from overseas & have problems. From electrical output problems to thread compatibility problems & other problems that we aren't able to help with!

    By buying from SunshowerOnline, right here in Australia, you can be sure that your warranty issues are covered, that compatibility & compliance isn't an issue & that you'll be able to get helpful after service advice. 

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