Pressure regulators are critical to achieving uniform and efficient sprinkler irrigation. They maintain a constant outlet pressure to provide uniform depth of water and chemical application. While regulators are not new, we’ve spent years in development on the new All-Flo pressure regulator to increase capacity and accuracy, and reduce plugging.
- The large diaphragm of the All-Flo means less force is required for the regulator to make small adjustments. That means better accuracy, and in turn, better uniformity.
Plugging can have significant impact on crop yield. A single plugged sprinkler at the end of the machine can be responsible for 2 acres. It is one of the main maintenance issues that irrigators are constantly chasing.
- Offset seat is out of the flow path, which minimizes the amount of area in contact with the flow path. It also has a steep slope, to allow debris to slide off the seat.
- Patented, angled plunger decreases for potential for plugging.
- The large, angled plunger is significantly larger than any other regulator in the industry – 52% more area.
- Wide flow range covers the entire pivot sprinkler nozzle range: 0.5-20 gpm
- The increased flow capacity eliminates the need for special high flow regulator, and therefore reduces system cost.
- The All-Flo requires a minimum of 5 psi over the nominal pressure to maintain an accurate pressure (compared to 7 psi for competitive regulators).
- This allows a lower system operating pressure, which saves on pumping costs.
- 3/4" FNPT x 3/4" FNPT
- 3/4" FNPT x Square Thread (for 3000 and 3030 Series Pivot Sprinklers)
Nominal pressure ratings
- 6 psi (0.4 bar) / 10 psi (0.7 bar) / 15 psi (1.0 bar) / 20 psi (1.4 bar) / 25 psi (1.7 bar) / 30 psi (2.1 bar) / 40 psi (2.8 bar) / 50 psi (3.4 bar)
Always maintain an inlet pressure of at least 5 psi more than the nominal pressure rating.