XLR Series Water Jets From Rain Bird

Available in three models and with multiple nozzles, these long-range rotors enable customized throw ranges for irrigation needs.

Rain Bird XLR Series Water Jets

When watering large areas like sports turf, agricultural fields, and feed yards, efficient, long-range rotors can save a significant amount of water and time. By installing Rain Bird’s new XLR Series Water Jets, users can enjoy more efficient irrigation that makes a significant positive impact on their bottom lines. Rain Bird offers these new Water Jets three models and multiple nozzles to allow for customized throw ranges.

“Our XLR Series long-range rotors are loaded with industry-leading, water-saving and cost-efficient innovations,” said Jeffrey Johnson, P.E., Rain Bird’s senior product manager for commercial rotors and valves. “With three models and a wide range of nozzles to choose from, anyone tasked with watering a large area for the purposes of irrigation or dust mitigation can create a custom solution to fit their unique needs.”

Because Rain Bird constructed its XLR Series Water Jets with durable, lightweight materials, the rotors require less force to initiate or change motion. The intelligently-designed deflector, barrel and nozzles operate with less water pressure, evenly distributing the right amount of water while minimizing wasteful runoff. A self-adjusting automatic brake system helps the rotors maintain a constant rotation speed, while a dynamic jet-breaker corrects uneven distribution that can happen in low-water-pressure situations.

All three XLR models feature part- and full-circle operation. The XLR 24 model has a fixed, 24° trajectory and nine available nozzles for a throw range of 92 to 177 feet. With a fixed, 44° trajectory and nine available nozzles, the XLR 44 model can throw water from 85 to 174 feet. Users can adjust the XLR ADJ model’s trajectory from 15° to 45° for versatility. Nine available nozzles for this model range in size from 0.47 to 1.10 inches.

“Our XLR Series Water Jets are highly adaptable for just about any environment that requires a long-range rotor,” Johnson said. “Regardless of a site’s water pressure, topography, size or shape, these rotors are up to the challenge.”