Pop-up sprinklers are the ultimate in automatic irrigation and are fast becoming the popular home improvement choice among farmers. The pipework and sprinklers are all buried underground meaning they are completely hidden from view, keeping a great aesthetic in the garden. The pop-up sprinklers rise from the ground when the system is activated, and then retract down when the system is turned off. They come with simple top adjustment screws to allow you to control spray distances for your unique yard or garden dimensions
They are ideal for many different types of gardens and are used primarily for watering grass areas and can also be used for watering flower beds and borders. A massive benefit of choosing a pop-up sprinkler system over a traditional lawn sprinkler set-up is the massive reduction in water use, as the pop-up sprinklers, when installed correctly, deliver water precisely and efficiently throughout the garden, eliminating wastage.
Characteristics of pop-up sprinkler
- Your system will do all the watering for you.
- An automatic system uses less water than watering by hand.
- Your water bills will be lowered, and your plants will live longer.
- Assurance of quality, value, and performance.
- Water conservation.
- Efficient water distribution.
- Automated watering.
- Very easy to install.
- It gives an aesthetic view to your garden and farms by hiding the irrigation system until use.
How does it work:
The fundamental design of a pop-up sprinkler is quite simple, and the way it works is, too. There is no magic or electricity, only good old-fashioned mechanics. When water flows through the inlet of a sprinkler head, the pressure of the water pushes against the rising stem. When the water pressure exceeds the strength of the spring inside the sprinkler, the stem will rise and protrude from the main body. Water will then spray out of the nozzle and spread to the surrounding area, either in a single rotating stream, multiple rotating streams, or arc of spray, depending on the sprinkler model and nozzle used. When the water supply is shut off, the pressure is lost, and the spring will retract the riser stem back down into the main sprinkler body.
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