End Spray from Senninger is "Solid State"

No moving parts and engineered wind-fighting capacity are benefits for the End Spray.

Published on: Apr 1, 2010
Senninger Irrigation has launced the End Spray for applications where corners and edges of fields need water, but traditional end guns are overkill.

The low-angle design and one-piece construction make End Spray a low-maintenance, simple fix to "short extension" watering needs. No adjustments are needed and a large orifice reduces clogging.

Available Booster Tube technology provides an increased radius of throw over 180 degrees with good uniformity to help reduce compaction and runoff. End Spray is designed to operate from 8.1 to 48.9 gallons per minute at 10 to 25 psi.

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The new End Spray from Senninger offers an efficient low-pressure alternative for watering corners and edges, particularly where traditional end guns overshoot the area.
The new End Spray from Senninger offers an efficient low-pressure alternative for watering corners and edges, particularly where traditional end guns overshoot the area.