1800® Series Sprays Pressure Test Report

May, 2012

High water pressure wastes water—because as pressure increases, so does flow rate. To test this effect, we ramped up the water pressure to 75 psi for Rain Bird PRS sprays and competitive non-PRS sprays. We watched the flow rate of each spray to see how increased pressure affected it.

PRS Leave-Behind Flyer

April, 2012

This flyers sums up the problems about high water pressure and how PRS is the solution.

1800® PRS Series Cost Savings Calculator

April, 2012

By maintaining constant optimum pressure of 30 psi at the nozzle, 1800 PRS spray heads end misting and fogging caused by high pressures. For you that means water and cost savings. Enter the information from your system below and see how much water and money you can save.

5000® PRS Series Water Savings Calculator

April, 2012

By maintaining constant optimum pressure of 45 psi at the nozzle, 5000/5000Plus PRS rotors end misting and fogging caused by high pressures. For you that means water savings.