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Jain Pressure Compensating Micro Sprinkler

Jain Pressure Compensating Micro Sprinkler

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This Pressure Compensating (PC) Micro Sprinkler has advanced features and proven technology to cover the demanding needs of an energy efficient yet extremely consistent irrigation system. This sprinkler comes complete with 30" of PE micro-tubing with a barbed connection, mounted on a heavy duty 13" stake. This sprinkler utilizes a larger barb to facilitate adequate water flow that may make inserting into your poly mainline tubing a little tougher. (In our Professional Tips article we suggest punching holes and inserting barbs into poly tubing when it is colder, such as early mornings before the sun warms the tubing up.)

We offer several different configurations to meet a variety of needs. Including different flow rates and several color coded spinner styles offering various trajectory angles. A deflector tab is included on some models should you need a smaller wetted pattern for your current application but desire the flexibility of covering a larger area later.  You would just snap off the tiny deflector tab from the swivel. See the specifications sheet for specific details of coverages with and without deflectors.


  • Color-coded nozzles for easy flow rate identification
  • Retractable pop-up spinner prevents insects and debris from entering the sprinkler between irrigations
  • Pressure compensating design reduces abrasion and wear on nozzle and spinner
  • Chemical and wear resistant EPDM floating diaphragm
  • Reduced run-off due to low precipitation rates and uniform distribution
  • Specially designed for under tree irrigation
  • Reliable for frost protection and cooling
  • Clog Resistant - Large water passages and unique self-flushing design
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