Meet the First Family of gear-driven plastic rotary sprinklers for residential and light commercial irrigation. First because they’ve outsold and outperformed all others in their class since we introduced the original model in 1981. By choosing these exceptional Hunter products, you endow your property with one of its greatest assets:
This hard working, heavy-duty performer offers you the best features of our top-of-the-line valve more than enough to handle the rigors of whatever your site has to offer. For smaller landscape applications, the PGV is available in four 1″ body configurations, in either an angle, globe, male x male, or male x barb design. In turn, each model is available as either flow control or non-flow control versions. For larger landscape applications, the PGV comes in both 1½” and 2″ globe/angle models (with flow control). All models feature durable high-grade construction and a rugged diaphragm with a support to prevent stress failure.
The Pro-Spray has been manufactured with the precision required to ensure reliable operation and peak performance for years to come. This solid performer boasts heavy-duty ABS construction, including an extra-thick body and cap. Exclusive body ribs make it easier to install, adjust, and service while also providing more stability for the sprinkler in loose soils. But brawn isn’t all this product offers. The sprinkler also features a user-friendly “pull-ring” flush cap that helps keep debris to a minimum and a multi-function wiper seal that eliminates flow-by. Add in its compatibility with all industry standard female nozzles–as well as Hunter’s own complete line-up of adjustable, fixed, and specialty nozzles–and you have the industry’s most sophisticated spray sprinkler. A spray designed with the professional in mind.
The SRS lets you take advantage of a spray that offers the unrivaled degree of Hunter quality no matter what nozzle you currently have in stock. Better yet, choose to install the adjustable arc nozzles Hunter has created exclusively for use in tandem with the SRS. Either way, you’ll receive a superior spray. One whose construction, highlighted by a rugged flat body cap, is both brawny and durable. And one whose performance delivers the most effective coverage possible, thanks to a no-flow-by wiper seal that allows your system to handle low water pressure as proficiently as high. And, what truly makes this spray head so hard to resist is that its price is so easy to handle.
The new Hunter XC presents handy water management control in a compact, user-friendly controller that is capable of meeting the irrigation requirements for a wide range of residential landscapes. Simply put, the XC brings a whole lot extra to a small controller. Like extra power…the XC offers a choice of 2-, 4-, 6-, and 8-station models, each with plenty of might to operate one or two valves per station plus a pump start relay or master valve. Extra features…including global seasonal adjustment and a 365-day calendar to make water savings easier, plus a default system that permits retrieval of the original program entered into the controller. Extra flexibility…with three programs (each with four start times), multiple scheduling formats, and the ability to select sensor input by station. And extra memory…with a non-volatile on-board program backup and a high-energy lithium battery for timekeeping to assure you’ll never have to reprogram the controller due to power outages. The choice for those who demand outstanding reliability, the XC is where to turn for extra peace of mind.
There’s nothing more embarrassing or more wasteful or costly than an irrigation system that runs when it doesn’t have to…in the rain. Mini-Clik provides the simplest, most effective way to prevent sprinklers from coming on during or after precipitation. It easily installs on any automatic irrigation system, then shuts sprinklers off in a storm and keeps them off, automatically compensating for the amount of rainfall that occurred. Disks absorb water and expand proportionally to the amount of rain that fell (e.g. a small cloudburst would result in little absorption, a 6″ thunderstorm would lead to more absorption and expansion). As the moisture-laden disks expand, they eventually activate a switch that interrupts the circuit from the controller to the valves. Once dry, they contract and release the switch. Thus, Mini-Click automatically resets without ever affecting your controller. There’s no better way to ensure that a system isn’t watering when it isn’t necessary.