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K-Rain 11003-RCW ProPlus 5" Popup Rotor, Easy Arc Set, 3/4" FNPT Inlet

SKU: 61250
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About the K-Rain 11003-RCW

The K-Rain 11003-RCW model of ProPlus 5" popup, gear-driven rotor is specifically for use with reclaimed water and comes with a low-angle nozzle. This series of irrigation rotors is simple to fine-tune either wet or dry with 2N1 Adjustable or Continuous Rotation from 40 degrees through a full 360-degree circle. Current watering patterns are clearly displayed with patented Easy-Arc-Set degree markings on the K-Rain 11003-RCW; and if the nozzle turret is forced beyond its stop, whether by inexperienced users or vandals, the Arc Memory Clutch prevents damage to the internal gears and returns the rotor to its previous setting. Continuous reverse and return is assured by a patented, time-tested reversing mechanism; and the left starting position can be easily adjusted with a quick turn of the ratcheting riser. ProPlus rotors have a 3/4" female-threaded NPT inlet and replace all standard rotors. K-Rain provides a wide variety of standard and low-angle nozzles, allowing a great deal of flexibility in the design of the irrigation system. A rubber cover (colored purple on this model to indicate use of reclaimed, non-potable water) keeps dirt and debris out to help maintain the reliability of this K-Rain 11003-RCW ProPlus 5" popup rotor, which is also protected by a 5-year limited warranty. With more than 95 patents and over 40 years proving their products in the harshest of real-world environments, K-Rain has become an industry leader for commercial and residential irrigation in manufacturing gear-driven rotors, sprinklers, sprays, valves, and controllers that are easy to install, set, and use.

Product Details

Product: Rotor
Manufacturer: K-Rain
Connection Type: Threaded
Degree: 40-360 Degrees
Style: Riser
Use: Irrigation
Mpn # 11003-RCW
Shipping Dimensions 7.5" x 2.8" x 2.8"
Weight 0.70 lbs.

Product Features

  • Revolutionary, patented easy-arc set: Simplified arc-set allows for wet or dry adjustment in seconds.
  • 5-inch riser is perfect for taller grass with thick thatch.
  • This model is for irrigation systems that use reclaimed, non-potable water; comes with low-angle nozzle.
  • 3/4-inch Female threaded NPT inlet replaces all standard rotors.
  • 2N1 Adjustable or Continuous Rotation provides a full range of adjustment from 40 degrees to a 360-degree continuous circle.
  • Patented arc-set degree markings clearly indicate the current watering pattern and simplify arc-set adjustment.
  • Arc memory-clutch prevents internal gear damage and returns rotor to its prior setting automatically if nozzle turret is forced past its stop.
  • Time-proven (over a 20-year history), patented reversing-mechanism assures continuous reverse and return.
  • Ratcheting riser allows for easy adjustment of your left starting position with a simple turn of the riser.
  • Rubber cover (colored purple on this model to indicate use of reclaimed, non-potable water) seals out dirt and increases product durability.
  • Wide selection of nozzles, including standard and low-angle, provides flexibility in system design.
  • Optional check valve prevents low-head drainage.
  • Flow range is 0.5 to 10 gpm.
  • Pressure rating is 20 to 70 psi.
  • Precipitation rate is 0.06 to 0.5 inches per hour (depending on spacing and nozzle).
  • Overall height (popped down) is 7-1/2 inches, and 17 inches for the high-pop.
  • 5-Year Limited Warranty

Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 based on 3 reviews


 Rated 5 by David S.
Great product , best price, fast delivery. Will order again.
Originally posted on plumbersstock.com Jan/2017

 Rated 4 by LEE D.

Originally posted on plumbersstock.com Apr/2017

 Rated 5 by Steve F.
Perfect just what I ordered. Great folks to work with. I will order from them again.
Originally posted on PlumbersStock Jun/2017

Questions & Answers

Anonymous responded:

Yes, I use it at my house

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

Thank you for visiting PlumbersStock.com! This K-Rain 11003-RCW ProPlus rotor and other K-Rain rotors, sprays, and indexing valves with "RCW" in their part numbers are designed for irrigation systems that utilize non-potable water from reclaimed, recycled, effluent sources, including aerobic septic systems. Make sure your system meets state and local requirements for irrigation use. The color purple on various components of these systems serves as a warning to indicate they contain reclaimed water.

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

Thank you for visiting PlumbersStock.com! Please follow the link below for instructions on how to adjust the irrigation area covered by the K-Rain 11003-RCW rotor (and ALL rotors in this series):

ProPlus Sprinkler Setting Instructions

Anonymous responded:

How to change the direction?

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

According to the K-Rain "ProPlus Sprinkler Setting Instructions" (available in the Resources area of this page), one is the Nozzle Retention Screw, one is for Arc Set Adjustment, and one is the Keyhole for pulling up the riser to access the nozzle and to set the left start position. Thank you for visiting PlumbersStock.com!

Anonymous responded:

no

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

Thank you for visiting PlumbersStock.com! YES, you can easily adjust the spray pattern of this K-Rain 11003-RCW rotor (and ALL rotors in this series) to 90 degrees... or to any arc from 40 degrees through a full 360-degree circle. Please follow the link below for instructions on how to adjust the spray arc:

ProPlus Sprinkler Setting Instructions

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

The ProPlus Gear Driven Sprinkler is initially set at 90 degree arc setting. To change this setting, you can refer to the instruction manual. Thank you for visiting our website!

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

You can find further information here on how to use the adjustment key for K-Rain 11003-RCW Pro. Thank you for visiting our website!

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

The link provided in the previous response is not working. Please follow the new link below for instructions on how to use the adjustment key for setting the K-Rain 11003-RCW rotor:

ProPlus Sprinkler Setting Instructions

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

The ProPlus Gear Driven Sprinkler is initially set at 90 degree arc setting. To change this setting, you can refer to the instruction manual. Thank you for visiting our website!

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

Thank you for visiting PlumbersStock.com! YES, you can purchase the filter screen for this rotor and other K-Rain rotor sprinklers separately. Please follow the link below:

K-Rain P51112 Replacement Filter Basket

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

Hello! Yes, it does. In replacing your old pop-up rotor, you may just remove it and screw on your new K-Rain 11003-RCW ProPlus 5" Popup Rotor. Please watch this video to see the steps on how to adjust, replace, or install a K-Rain ProPlus Popup Rotor for the first time.More information can also be found in this Specification Manual. If this is what you need, order it now by clicking on Add to Cart and entering the required information. Thank you for trusting PlumbersStock.com!

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

Hi! Thank you for your interest in our K-Rain 11003-RCW ProPlus 5" Popup Rotor. With regard to your question, the sprinkler is supplied with 9 numerically coded interchangeable nozzles. The sprinkler nozzle trajectory is 26 degrees. The SuperPro is supplied with 4 numerically coded interchangeable low angle nozzles. The low angle nozzle trajectory is 12 degrees. Hope this helps! Please check the Specification Sheet for more information about this product. If you're interested in purchasing the K-Rain 11003-RCW, just click the "Add to Cart" button, enter your zip code and you'll be all set. If you need assistance in creating an efficient irrigation system for your lawn and garden, PlumbersStock is offering that for FREE! In addition to our Free Design, we can deliver a full sprinkler system to your doorstep. Simply visit our Sprinkler Design Center to get started. Thank you for visiting PlumbersStock.com! Have a great day!

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

Hi! We appreciate your interest in our K-Rain 11003-RCW ProPlus 5" Popup Rotor. Refer to this video to see the steps on how to adjust a K-Rain ProPlus Popup Rotor. Hope this helps! If you need assistance in creating an efficient irrigation system for your lawn and garden, PlumbersStock is offering that for FREE! Simply visit our Sprinkler Design Center to get started. Thanks for choosing PlumbersStock.com as your online shopping buddy. Have a great day!

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

Hi, good day! Thank you for asking assistance from the PlumbersStock team. We're glad to be of help. The answer to question depends on what you want to adjust. The range or the amount of water coming out from the sprinkler may be adjusted. In these sprinkler setting instructions, you can find the steps in adjusting the arc and the nozzle that changes the range and the amount of water. We hope this helps. If you have further questions, please feel free to post it here on our website. Have a great day! Thank you for choosing PlumbersStock.com.

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

Hello, there! Thank you for posting an inquiry on PlumbersStock.com. There are certain factors that prevent a sprinkler head from popping up. Most are due to pressure or water flow issues. One reason might be, there isn't enough water flow to run on the zone, or the shut off valve for the main system is not fully open. It may also be that there is a flow control on the zone valve that is partially closed. Here's what you can do, check all the valves to make sure that they can all open fully. A partially closed or closed valve can cause the sprinkler to not properly pop-up. You can try to manually open the electric solenoid valve, and run it from your sprinkler timer. If the heads pop-up fully when the valve is manually opened then the problem is inside the valve. Sometimes, sand can wedge in the gap between the riser and the cap of the rotor causing the riser to jam. To solve this problem, press the pop-up riser down firmly with your foot, then release it so it pops-up again. Repeat this process to flush out any sand grain. You may also have debris clogging the inlet of the sprinkler. You will need to unscrew the rotor and check the filter screen on the bottom and also flush out the lines once the sprinkler is off. We hope that this helps. For further assistance, please contact your local plumber. Thank you for choosing PlumbersStock.com. Have a great day!