Rain Bird 2" Pop Up With Flush Cap

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$7.11
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Product Description

Installed in parks and backyards across the globe, Rain Bird's 1800 Series is the #1 commercial-grade irrigation spray head brand in the world. Chosen for its reliability, heavy-duty materials and versatility, the 1800 Series has first-rate quality built in for reliable operation and long life. Superior components and features make it the spray head of choice for a wide variety of applications. Directional adjustment feature lets you aim the spray head by hand. No tools needed to add and change nozzles. 1/2-inch inlet size. Use with 10, 12 & 15 series Rain Bird nozzles. Chosen for its reliability, heavy-duty materials and versatility, the 1800 Series offers a broad selection of pop up heights and nozzle combinations for watering shrubs, small lawns and irregularly shaped planting areas. Precision spray heads and nozzles customize your watering system to cover virtually any configuration lawn or garden - not the sidewalk or driveway.

  • 2" pop-up height
  • Nozzle not included
  • Heavy-duty stainless steel spring assures flush retraction, every time
  • Patented pressure-activated co-molded wiper seal prevents wasteful water leakage and assures long life

Product Details

Model Name
2" Pop Up W/ Flush Cap
Model Number
N91510
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:51 H:108 L:51
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:50.8 H:107.95 L:50.8
Weight
0.05kg

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