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Eindor nozzle brown type 861/160 l./hour

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Eindor nozzle brown type 861/160 l./hour

Item no. 016601254
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Description

ED Mini compact rotating sprinkler

* high sprinkling uniformity
* including built-in filter
* turbulence chamber to counter fouling
* to be mounted both on and under the pipe
* deliverable with or without anti-drip element
* only 2 jets per 6,40 or 8,00 m.
* sprinklers on 1,5 (or 2) m.
* working pressure 2 bar
* conical connection for M11 or 3/8" plunjer

Colour Brown
Pass through (mm) 1,8
Water delivery (ltr/hour) 160 
Diameter (mm) 9,2

Assembly advice:
Mount the plunger perpendicular to the irrigation pipe. The plunger must be tightened ''hand-tight''. The EIN DOR parts should be pressed together with a twist (hand-tight).

Instructions of use:
For proper operation and long life, the correct working pressure (2 bar on the nozzle) and optimum filtration (300 micron at 160 ltr/h; 200 or 115 micron at 120 ltr/h or smaller) are essential. The use of chemicals, which can come into contact with the nozzles via the watering or the environment, can damage the high value plastic. Rinsing with clean water after an irrigation cycle increases the service life.

Maintenance advice:
Rotary nozzles improve water distribution, but require more attention (inspection and maintenance). Because of the rotating parts, the nozzle is more sensitive to wear and tear, which reduces uniformity. A timely replacement of the nozzle prevents that. Depending on the water quality and the fertilizers used, precipitation of salts (especially calcium compounds) can occur on and in the sprinklers. In case of greater pollution, the operation of the sprinkler is hindered. This can especially occur with greenhouse sprinklers. The uniformity and the irrigation will decrease as a result. If soiling is detected, plastic sprinklers can be cleaned in acid combinations. This treatment is not harmful for sprinklers or non-return valves, provided the correct (permitted) concentration is used.

Cleaning:
For working convenience, additional nozzles can be purchased for one crane compartment. When removing the nozzles to be cleaned, the cleaned nozzles can be hung up, so that only one pass of the nozzles is needed. This allows you to quickly and easily provide crane compartments with clean sprinklers. Disassembled sprinklers can be dipped in an acid solution for up to 24 hours. Make sure that the parts to be cleaned are in good contact with the acid. Do not use more than 25% of the liquid volume for nozzles to prevent the concentration of the acid from being too much affected by the salts to be dissolved. Rinse the nozzles thoroughly with clean water after treatment.

Allowed acid concentrations (maximum 24 hours):

  • Cleaning vinegar 100%
  • Phosphoric acid (H3PO4) 0,5%*
  • Nitric acid (HNO3) 0,4%*
  • Sulfuric acid (H2SO4) 0,4*
  • Hydrochloric acid (HC1) 0,2%*

* When diluting, make sure that the correct conversion is used. The mentioned concentrations are pure in water.
For commercial solutions, a certain percentage of active ingredient is assumed and the concentration of acid must be calculated.
For example, 38% HNO3 is used, which is the required amount for a 0.4% solution: 100/ 0.38 x 0.4 = 105 ml 38% HNO3 per 10 liters of water needed.

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