Find the Best Rotary Sprinkler Head Parts, Accessories and Replacement Parts
Looking for a rotary sprinkler spray head part, replacement part or accessory by Hunter, Rain Bird or Toro? Reinders has you covered with everything you need for sprinkler and irrigation system repairs.
Find everything from a flow and water pressure gauge to a part for an irrigation valve to a riser that can screw onto your lateral PVC water supply pipe.
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Get Rotor or Spray Head Accessories and Replacement Parts for Sprinklers. If you need rotary sprinkler head parts, equipment, tools or accessories, come explore our extensive selection of the industry’s best sprinkler repair parts! We only carry the best products, from top brands like Rain Bird, Toro and Hunter Industries!
Use this handy guide by category to find the product you’re looking for, from a water pressure and flow gauge to parts for nozzles, rotors and sprinkler valves. We also offer replacement screen filters, seals, caps and risers for connecting the lateral PVC pipes supplying water to your sprinkler spray heads. And we’ve got all the sprinkler body, drive, stator and check valve assemblies you need to make irrigation repair and servicing on your system faster and easier.
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Heads or the parts in them need to be replaced on sprinklers if they are found to be damaged, leaking, or defective in any way during routine testing. Good-quality sprayer heads will last you anywhere between 10 to 15 years, while inexpensive ones will only be good for two or three years. Of course, it’s more inexpensive to repair or replace any damaged parts of the system, although once damaged, many parts are simply beyond repair or will continue to deteriorate.
Filter screens or baskets are designed to keep irrigation systems free from debris such as sand, dirt, algae and other particles that can clog the sprinkler heads. Without this filtering, the system’s overall performance will suffer and leave you with dry plants and an unhappy customer.
Once considered a useful accessory for areas with particularly dirty or well water, screen or basket filters have become increasingly vital parts of irrigation and sprinkler systems. especially as more irrigation professionals use debris-prone reclaimed water supplies. Pressure compensating screens are also gaining popularity for their ability to prevent water waste and control spray nozzle fogging.
Be sure to check filter screens for damage during routine sprinkler head cleaning and make sure you have the replacement part on hand if needed.
Take control of your Rain Bird 1800 series system and prevent water waste with these under-the-nozzle pressure compensation screens, which help reduce pressure fluctuations. You can use them to control fogging of spray nozzles by reducing the incoming pressure or to reduce the radius of the water pattern.
*With a pressure compensator, outlet pressure will be reduced, but will fluctuate as the inlet pressure changes. A pressure compensator cannot maintain outlet pressure at a constant rate. A pressure regulator establishes and maintains a constant outlet pressure of 30 PSI as long as the inlet pressure at the sprayhead is greater than 30 PSI.
- Available in the following flow rates: 0.2 GPM and 1.25 GPM
- Nozzles can be matched with screens to create short-throw, reduced-radius patterns and/or flush-mounted bubblers
- Use with all 1800 Series plastic nozzles (MPR, VAN, U-Series, Strips and Bubblers)
- Easily installed in new and retrofit applications. Simply replace standard screen with PCS screen
If water is leaking between the riser stem and the cap when the riser is completely up, it could be a bad riser seal. And because seals are one of the least expensive sprinkler system parts, replacement is the no-brainer choice over repair.
To check, turn on the sprinklers and inspect for leaks only when the riser is fully extended. If the riser doesn’t come up all the way, pull it up with your hand, and hold it there if it won’t stay by itself.
You need to check all the sprinkler heads, because if this part is making one near the irrigation zone valve leak, it can prevent a different sprinkler further from the valve from completely popping up.
Sprinkler nozzle parts
These parts usually need replacement after two years, depending on water quality and climate:
Available in the following options: #21, #22, #23, #63, #93
Sprinkler valve parts
We carry the following part replacement options for Toro’s 216 sprinkler valve series.
Body, drive, stator and check valve assemblies
Need a pre-assembled sprinkler drive, body, stator or check valve for your systems of irrigation? We offer the following options:
Sprinkler risers and adapters
Adding a riser to your sprinkler head setup can help you fine tune its positioning while preventing water waste. If existing risers are cracked, severely worn, or have misaligned threads, they need to be replaced in your system, not repaired. Just unscrew the old one from the lateral PVC pipe supplying water to the head and screw on the new one.
Plastic extension extends all Rain Bird spray head models an additional 6-1/2" in height.
- UV-resistant thermoplastic construction for long life
Fits all Rain Bird spray heads and nozzles (except bubblers)
- Easily installed without any tools
- Can be reinstalled without damaging the threads if accidentally knocked off
- Maximum recommended number: two extensions per sprinkler
- Adapts Rain Bird nozzles for use with 1/2" (15/21) MPT threaded risers
- Accepts protective, non-clogging 1800 Series filter screen (shipped with nozzle) and PCS Series screens
- Durable, non-corrosive plastic construction
- Fine top threads accept all Rain Bird nozzles
Sprinkler rotor parts
We offer the following replacement parts for Toro sprinkler rotor head servicing:
Sprinkler caps plug up the water and prevent it from being dispersed on your lawn or garden. So replacing broken or damaged ones will prevent water waste.
Sprinkler repair tools
The right tools and hardware can make replacing or repairing your sprinkler or irrigation management system a lot quicker and easier. We carry the following:
Designed to measure pressure to 160 PSI and water flow to 13 GPM, this gauge helps you determine the water capacity and limitations affecting the performance of your system of irrigation. It measures flow through an outside faucet, not an indoor line.
- Adjusts arc and radius
Sometimes the smallest pieces make a huge difference! Here are a few that might make your irrigation or sprinkler system servicing easier.
- 2001 Series Toro Rotors
- 264 Series Toro 3/4 & 1 irrigation valves
- 254 Series Toro 1 valves
- 250 Series Toro 1 valves
Other sprinkler accessories and equipment
Here are some odds and ends you may not have thought of, but that just might make your job easier and your customer happier!
Enhance the overall appearance of your course while eliminating potential rotor interference with Rain Bird Sod Cup Kit. Designed to allow turf growth directly on top of the head, the sod cup kit can be easily installed on existing Rain Bird 551, 700/751 and 702/752 Series valve-in-head golf sprinkler rotors to reduce their visibility for seamless turf presentation with improved playability.
- Temporary sprinkler positioning that’s portable and economical
- Made of powder-coated steel for durability
- Available in ¾" and ½”
- Accepts Male NPT Sprinkler