When the pressure’s on, save water and money with Rain Bird® 1800® Series Sprays featuring PRS with Flow Optimizer™ technology. These Spray Heads are ideal for use in areas with high and/or widely fluctuating water pressures. The patented PRS pressure regulator built into the stem can help you save approximately one gallon per minute per spray. It also helps to end misting and fogging caused by excessively high water pressure.
Trusted for over 30 years, 1800 Series Spray Heads have provided unmatched durability, reliability, and performance. Superior components and features make the 1800 Series Spray Head the spray head of choice for a wide variety of applications.
Unlike competitive PRS sprays, Rain Bird PRS sprays adjust to fluctuating pressure, optimizing flow and promoting a more consistent spray pattern.
Restricts water loss by up to 70% if nozzle is removed or damaged. Reduces possibility of accidents and property damage. Recommended for vandal-prone areas.
Ensures consistent performance throughout zone if nozzle is removed or damaged. Keeps plant life covered by other spray heads properly irrigated.
Ends misting and fogging caused by high pressure. Stops water waste. Ensures necessary watering occurs in high pressure or wind conditions.
Co-molded, pressure-activated, multi-functional wiper seal assures positive seal without excess “flow-by” which enables more heads to be installed on the same valve.
All sprinkler components are removable from the top without special tools, providing for quick and easy flushing and maintenance of the sprinkler.
Constructed of time-proven UV-resistant plastic and corrosion resistant stainless steel parts, assuring long product life. Designed for use with all Rain Bird spray head nozzles.
Designed for use with all Rain Bird plastic spray head nozzles.
“PRS” stamped on cap for easy identification and maintenance.
No Nozzle Included
Spray Head Series
Body height: 16" (40 cm)
Exposed surface diameter: 2 1/4" (5,7 cm)
PRS Pressure Regulating
Spacing: 2.5 to 24 feet (0.8 to 7.3 m)
Pressure: 15 to 70 psi (1 to 5 bar)
Regulates nozzle pressure to an average 30 psi (2.1 bar) with inlet pressures of up to 70 psi (4.8 bar)
Flow-by: 0 at 8 psi (0.6 bar) or greater; 0.1 gpm (0.02 m3/h; 0.006 l/s) otherwise
Installation: side or bottom inlet
Side inlet installation not recommended in freezing climates