How do you adjust a Toro nozzle?
How do you adjust a nozzle?
How do I adjust the sprinkler nozzle distance?
To find the left stop position, rotate the nozzle turret clockwise (to the right) until it stops, then rotate the nozzle turret all the way back to the left. point to the adjustable right stop. When the rotor is set at 360°, it will continuously rotate in a clockwise direction.
Fortunately, adjusting a spray head is pretty simple, in most cases. At the top of most spray nozzles is a small screw that is used to adjust the head itself. Using a small screw driver, you'll need to either tighten or loosen this adjustment screw to achieve your desired results.
Using a wrench or a screwdriver, rotate the screw – clockwise to increase distance and counter-clockwise to decrease distance. While turning the adjustment screw, be sure to do so in small increments until you reach your desired distance.
Adjusting the Distance
Both the distance and pattern of water output can be adjusted on an impact sprinkler head. The easiest way to adjust the water distance is to increase or decrease the water flow at the faucet. Increasing the water flow increases the distance that the water will be sprayed and vice-versa.
To adjust a stationary sprinkler head, find the spray radius adjustment screw on top of the nozzle. You may need to adjust it slightly to point the water spray in the direction of your lawn that you want it. Turning it clockwise can also help lower the water pressure on a spray head that is shooting too much water out.
Note: A small screwdriver or similar tool is required to depress adjustment button (located at top of drive assembly) when adjusting arc pattern. nozzle clockwise to desired amount of arc increase, then release adjustment button. DESIRED RIGHT TRAVEL LIMIT To Decrease Arc (A) Start with nozzle at right stop.
Locate the valve that controls the water that pumps through your sprinkler system and turn the valve clockwise to turn off the water. This will prevent water from flowing out of the system while you cap the sprinkler head. The shut-off valve for your sprinkler system is typically on the side of your house.
How much water does a misting system typically use? Approximately 1.5 gallons of water per hour per nozzle. The average patio installation of 25 misting heads would use approximately 40 GPH or equivalent to one standard washing machine load.
Typically found on outdoor patios and the misting will get you wet but cool if you are standing nearby. The systems operate between 800 and 1200 psi (pounds per square inch) of water pressure. The systems will work very effectively in both low and high levels of humidity.