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claber 90154 Gear Drive Sprinkler

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

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  • A Nozzle retention screw
  • B Nozzle position
  • C Key
  • D Keyhole slot
  • E Key in the keyhole slot
  • F Nozzle prongs
  • G Nozzle socket
  • H Turret
  • I Lower riser
  • J Housing can
  • K Left start
  • L Adjustable stop-return point
  • M Arc selection: da 30° a 360°
  • N The arc’s adjustable range
  • O Ribbed top
  • P Sprinkler assembly
  • Q Housing can

GEAR DRIVE SPRINKLER

NOTE: The K2 Smart Set is factory preset with a 90′ arc setting, and includes a pre-installed 2.5 mm. nozzle.

CHANGING A NOZZLE

  1. REMOVING THE NOZZLE RETENTION SCREW
    Use your K-Key or a flat blade screwdriver to remove the nozzle retention screw by turning counter-clockwise to remove and clockwise to re-install.
  2. PULL UP THE RISER
    Insert the K-Key in the keyhole on the top of the nozzle turret and turn the key 1/4 turn to ensure that the key does not slip out of the keyhole when you pull it up. Firmly pull up the entire spring-loaded riser to access the nozzle socket. Hold the riser assembly up with one hand.
  3. REMOVING THE NOZZLE
    With the nozzle retention screw removed, insert the K-Key into the slot directly under the nozzle “prongs” at the top of the nozzle. Now, turn the key 1/4 turn to “hook” the nozzle and pull the nozzle out.
  4. INSTALLING A NOZZLE
    Press the desired nozzle into the nozzle socket. Make sure the nozzle number is visible and the nozzle “prongs” are up. Then, re-install the nozzle retention screw. NOTE: The nozzle retention screw is also abreak-up screw and used to adjust the distance of the spray.

SETTING THE ARC ADJUSTMENT

  1. FINDING THE LEFT START POSITION
    Place your finger on the top center of the nozzle turret. Rotate the turret to the right until it stops and then back to the left until it stops. Notice the position of the nozzle arrow. This is the head’s Left Start’position. The sprinkler will begin spraying from this position and rotate clockwise until it reaches the right “Arc Stop”.
  2. ORIENTING THE LEFT START POSITION
    Insert the K-Key in the keyhole on the top of the nozzle turret and turn the key 1/4 turn to ensure that the key does not slip out of the keyhole when you pull it up. Being careful not to allow the nozzle turret to turn, rmly pull up the entire spring-loaded riser. Hold the lower riser assembly up with one hand. Now turn the lower riser only clockwise or counterclockwise until the nozzle arrow is pointing where you want the sprinkler to begin spraying.
  3. CHANGING THE ARC
    Insert the K-Key or a flat blade screwdriver into the “Arc Set” slot. Turn clockwise to increase the arc or counter-clockwise to decrease the arc.
    WHEN SET AT 360°,THE K2 SMART SET WILL ROTATE CONTINUOUSLY IN A CLOCKWISE DIRECTION.

SPRINKLER INSTALLATION

  1. 1 INSTALL AND BURY
    Thread the sprinkler on the pipe. Bury the sprinkler
    flush to grade. NOTE: Do not use pipe dope. Gear-driven sprinklers and pop-up sprays should not be installed on the same watering zone.
  2. INSPECTING THE FILTER
    Unscrew the top and lift the complete sprinkler assembly out of the housing can. The filter is located on the bottom of the sprinkler assembly and can easily be pulled out, cleaned and re-installed.
  3. WINTERIZATION TIPS
    When using an air compressor to remove water from the system please note the following:
    1. Do not exceed 30 PSI.
    2. Always introduce air into the system gradually to avoid air pressure surges. The sudden release of compressed air into the sprinkler can cause damage.
    3. Each zone should run no longer than 1 minute on air. Sprinklers turn 10 to 12 times faster on air than on water. Spinningrotors on air can cause damage to the internal components.

Documents / Resources

claber 90154 Gear Drive Sprinkler [pdf] Instruction Manual
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