Impact sprinklers
Impact sprinklers

Rotary sprinklers are subsets of impact sprinklers. It basically merely shoots water in a circle. The main arm affects the water stream and spins the sprinkler, while the smaller arm distributes the water closer to the sprinkler’s base. If you have a yard with a lot of barriers to spray around (trees, play sets, landscaping), we recommend this sprinkler since it can spray around things better.

An impact sprinkler is a powerful irrigation device that can irrigate large areas of grass and garden. The device operates by evenly spraying pressurized water on a particular surface area. It simulates the impact of rainfall to keep the grass on the lawn and the plants in the garden well-watered.

What are impact sprinklers?

Impact sprinklers are plastic or iron sprinklers that irrigate and simulate rainfall. They are popular in Kenya and East Africa. Kenyan farmers prefer overhead irrigation to furrow irrigation because it is more cost-effective and reduces water use and labor costs.

The most prevalent type of irrigating sprinkler is an impact sprinkler. They are meant to spin back and forth. The force of the incoming water propels the sprinkler head in a circular motion. The sprinkler pivots on a bearing at the top of the threaded connection nut as a result of this force.

How to use sprinklers

When irrigating, take into account crops that are resistant to foliage fungal diseases because of moisture on their leaves. For tomato, pepper, potato, chile, and other solanaceous crops, drip irrigation. This is done to prevent their leaves from becoming too wet, as dampness makes them susceptible to fungal diseases on the foliage. Under sprinklers, certain bean varieties, snow peas, and mangetout are also susceptible to leaf fungal diseases.

Typical food crops include grass and pastures, onions, cabbage, and legumes. Others include orchards, forestry crops, watermelon, lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, garlic, carrot, maize, and lettuce. A lot of other people will be okay with this irrigation method.

What are the benefits of an Impact Sprinkler?

  • Can apply several stream patterns to the landscape, allowing you to fine-tune the sprinkler to cover the areas that are most essential to you. It is simple to saturate a lawn without missing places or wastewater irrigating cement sidewalks, fences, or the neighbor’s house by estimating the distance and putting many fixed impact sprinklers or understanding where to move your sprinkler.
  • Water should be distributed in an arc pattern spanning from 40 to 360 degrees. The ability to accurately regulate the arc pattern simplifies dialing in your water zone.
  • Cover a bigger area than a normal in-ground irrigation sprinkler’s pop-up spray head. While the water pressure that you can force through a sprinkler, whether impact or oscillating, is dependent on the pressure in your municipality’s water pipes, a high-end impact sprinkler has substantial range capabilities.
  • Most rotors have a spray radius of 20 to 150 feet. The ability to span 50-75 feet in all directions is a big benefit for homes with a large front or back yard lawn. If you only have one sprinkler, this decreases the number of times you have to move it to water all of the grass.

We provide plastic and aluminum impact sprinklers. We provide stronger sprinklers. The nozzle diameter of the agricultural sprinklers is 0.4mm, 0.6mm, and 0.8mm for 1/2 inch, 3/4 inch, and 1inch, respectively. We offer high-quality, low-cost impact sprinklers. You may purchase from us in NAIROBI at 0790719020 or ELDORET at 0759372241.