Toro sprinklers at Cruden Bay Golf Club

Irrigation Solutions

Choosing the
right sprinklers

Whether you are looking to upgrade a golf course or sports field irrigation system, something as simple as a sprinkler update can make all the difference. With Toro’s wide range of irrigation sprinklers, you can easily find a model with features best suited to your irrigation needs.

TS90 Series Sprinklers

The TS90 sprinkler's back nozzle capable feature makes them perfect for sports and grounds applications.

TS90 sprinklers have a host of features perfect for sports and grounds customers, and are ideal for big open spaces such as sports fields, parks, synthetic turf athletic fields and horse arenas.

The TS90 sprinklers provide unparalleled performance with a radius of 16 to 29 metres, and full and part circle capabilities in one fully adjustable rotor. Other features include Toro’s patented TruJectoryTM, which allows for the fine tuning of nozzle spray height from 7 to 30 degrees to ensure wind resistance and true head-to-head coverage, alongside its constant-velocity drive feature which maintains a reliable rotation speed.

Key features

  • - Back nozzle capable
  • - Ratcheting riser allows you to adjust the riser position in the body with no disassembly
  • - TruJectoryTM adjustment from 7 to 30 degrees
  • - Part- and full-circle in one sprinkler

Infinity series sprinklers

With Smart Access, Infinity series sprinklers make maintenance easier than ever.

One of Toro’s most popular choices, the Infinity series sprinklers provide the perfect solution for those who want to spend less time on maintenance, and more time on the important jobs. With Smart Access, Toro has designed a sprinkler in which every element is accessible from the top of the unit. It means an end to digging out the sprinkler in order to make adjustments, and prevents consequent damage to the playing surface. With the Infinity series, maintenance has never been easier.

The sprinklers are easy to maintain and easy to use. They’re top accessible which makes any maintenance simple, plus changing the arcs, nozzles and trajectory is all quick and easy to do.

Chris Bromley

Course manager,
Stratford-on-Avon Golf Club

Key features

  • - Full and part circle adjustable 1-inch ACME body, including AC coil
  • - Dual trajectory nozzle adjustment, 15 or 25 degrees
  • - Five activation types
  • - Constant velocity full circle drive
  • - Radius reduction screw

B Series

FLEX B series sprinklers are perfect for block systems.

The FLEX B series sprinklers bring you all the great features you would expect from a Toro sprinkler in an economical body package specifically designed for block systems. The perfect fit for golf courses, its rugged golf body design, small exposed surface diameter and flanged body for stability and check valve are only some of the great features of the B series.

Key features

  • - FLX35-6B with TruJectory™ adjustment from 7°-30° in 1° increments and
  • - FLX35/FLX34 models with dual trajectory settings of 25° or 15° provide improved wind performance, obstacle avoidance and radius adjustment
  • - The industry's largest selection of precision nozzles from 25' to 90' (7.6 - 27.4 m) radius applications
  • - One sprinkler for every location on the course
  • - Small exposed diameter minimises the appearance of the sprinkler

To talk to someone about Toro irrigation, call 01480 226800

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