This patented feature returns the turret to the original arc regardless of where it is turned. This ensures vandal protection in any environment.
With 34 nozzle choices, a 4.9 to 14.0 m radius, and 6 body choices, the I-20 is an indispensable rotor. Whether you’ve got a small area, sandy soil, or a mix of shrubs and grass, the I-20 is ready to water with efficiency and reliability. Recent improvements include automatic arc return; non-reversing 360, from 50 to 360 degrees; and a non-strippable, vandal-proof drive mechanism that prevents gear stripping and saves repair costs. Adding FloStop® control, easy through-the-top arc adjustment, and a standard drain-check valve all equate to a rotor that stands second-to-none in its class.
Patented automatic arc return feature returns the turret back to the original arc pattern if vandalised; adjustable arc from 50° to 360°
Non-strippable drive mechanism is protected from damage if turned in the opposite direction of travel
Part and full-circle in one model is flexible for all landscapes and decreases inventory
Headed and slotted setscrew allows radius adjustment with a Hunter wrench or flat-blade screwdriver
FloStop™ closes the flow of water from individual sprinklers to change the nozzle or perform repairs
Flat-top nozzles allow fast, easy insertion
Drain check valve prevents low-head drainage (up to 3 m of elevation)
The patented, non-strippable, vandal proof drive mechanism enables the turret to be turned without causing damage.
Patented non-reversing 360 for part- and full-circle in one model, from 50 to 360 degrees.
Use a slotted screwdriver or the Hunter wrench for easier and simpler adjustments as needed.
FloStop closes the flow of water from individual sprinkler heads while the system is running. This is ideal for changing nozzles or turning off specific heads during maintenance and construction.
Purple caps indicate where non-potable irrigation water is being used.
For unforgiving soil conditions, unpredictable climates, or heavy foot traffic, stainless steel is the best choice
As air in the system piping can cause long-term damage to rotors and plumbing, the drain check valve keeps lines from draining when the system is shut off. This saves water, reduces liability, and increases system life.