Holman 200mm Poly Irrigation Sprinkler Extension Riser

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Product Description

Holman's Sprinkler Extension Riser raises sprinkler heads & spray heads so they can perform to their best. Many uses include installing onto metal spikes, into sprinkler bases or into poly pipe irrigation systems.

Stackable: In established gardens & landscapes, sprinklers may need to be raised to improve their coverage & performance. The Sprinkler Extension Risers can be screwed together to stack and over come heavy, thick foliage and improve the coverage, provided by your sprinkler.

Install in either direction: At either end of the extension is a 1/2" BSP thread. One end is male, one end is female. The female end can be either screwed onto a metal spike or into a sprinkler base using the male threaded end.

  • Raises spray head for better coverage
  • Extension height 200mm
  • Attaches onto metal sprinkler spikes
  • Attaches into a sprinkler base or a barbed tee in a poly pipe system
  • Robust plastic design

Product Details

Model Name
Sprinkler Riser Extension
Model Number
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:35 H:220 L:30
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:35 H:220 L:30

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