Drip Irrigation Micro Sprayer 1/2" FNPT Base - Greenhouse / Nursery

by DIG
$1.28

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Micro Sprayer Series 038

Designed for use in greenhouses, DIG's 52-038-xx micro sprayers produce fine droplets and come in a wide range of flow rates. They are deal for maintaining conditions conducive to propagation and germination. An optional anti-leak device prevents dripping at the beginning and the end of each irrigation cycle, keeping the entire line pressurized.

Applications

  • Use for germination, seeding and rooting in greenhouses and nurseries
  • Use for overhead irrigation, propagation and cooling in greenhouses and nurseries

Benefits

  • Maintains constant humidity or cooling in greenhouses
  • High uniformity due to distribution accuracy and low precipitation rate

Features

  • Excellent performance with uniform water distribution
  • Color-coded nozzles for flow rate identification
  • Modular design allows for a wide range of interchangeable components
  • Suitable for upright and inverted position

Performance and Technical Data

  • Material: polyacetal
  • Flow rates: 9 - 42 GPH (35 l/h - 160 l/h)
  • Nominal flow rate: 29.4 PSI
  • Wetting diameter: 6.5' - 13' (1.9 - 3.9 m)
  • Operating pressure: 20-35PSI (1-2.4BAR)
  • Operating pressure for overlap irrigation: 35 PSI (2.4 BAR)
  • Pattern: 340°
  • Trajectory angle: approximately 1°
  • Average droplet size: .0008" (0.2 mm) at 45 PSI
  • Filter requirements: for up to 24 GPH, 120 mesh (130 microns), and for 24-42 GPH, 80 mesh (180 microns)

High Uniform Bench Watering

Micro Sprayer Series 038

The following tables represent recommendations and solutions to achieve a high level of uniformity within a specific area. This spacing will achieve the best results with high coverage and uniformity and can also achieve a lower system cost with higher efficiency.

Step 1:

Step 2:

Step 3:

Select the micro sprayer flow and application rate Select the bench width
Select the micro sprayer spacing

Based on this selection you can determine

the application rate in inches per hour.