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News for Turfcare Professionals . Spring 2021
There’s a new natural turf cup bringing invisible and complete top access in-field irrigation to Toro’s B Series sprinklers.
This innovative addition to the popular sprinkler head allows grass to grow in the cup on top of the sprinkler to create a seamless and continuous area of turf. The quick release rubber cap pops up allowing all the access needed to service the internal parts of the sprinkler without digging it up and it’s available in full-circle or adjustable part-circle configuration.
Designed to fit perfectly on the popular Toro B Series sprinklers, this turf cup further enhances the many benefits the B Series sprinkler is known and appreciated for. In action, the heads evenly irrigate a span of some 13 to 29 metres and the volume can easily be altered to deliver exactly what's required with adjustment from 25 or 15 degree ‘Dual Trajectory’ options without having to change the nozzle.
As we all know, something as simple as a sprinkler update can make all the difference. The same theory applies to the addition of this simple turf cup.
Water division sales manager, Reesink
Robert Jackson, water division sales manager at Reesink, who commissioned and helped design the new turf cup, says: “This new turf cup has been engineered to deliver issue-free, cost-effective invisible in-field irrigation. It provides precise and flexible control for watering no matter what the weather conditions are, giving head-to-head coverage even in windy conditions. We’ve also utilised the flexible rubber compound from our original TS90 range to prevent damage to the cup from pitch renovations or more importantly a player.
“The benefit of in-field irrigation like this immediately improves irrigation uniformity, brings maximum performance, minimises sprinkler interference and eliminates the need to dig up the sprinkler during maintenance.”
To talk to someone about the Toro irrigation range and the finance options available call 01480 226800
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