Wobbler XF1728-05 1/2″ For Irrigation System
Greenlake Irrigation Manufacturer only sells to irrigation dealers and does not sell direct to end users.
Flow: 0.8-1.2 GPM, Diameter: 36.4-46 feet, Pressure: 10-25 PSI. The Xcel-Wobbler uses Senninger’s off-center rotary-action technology. It provides an extremely uniform and instantaneous application pattern over a large area at lower pressures, and with very low evaporative loss.
Counter-balance reduces vibration for a smooth, stable performance
Only one moving part – which translates to longer life
Operating pressures: 10 to 25 PSI
Low wind drift and evaporative loss at low pressures
Color-coded nozzles for easy size identification
Guide for Wobbler
In this guide, we will cover the 4 main factors to consider when selecting a wobbler for your application. The four factors are:
The flow rate (GPM) you want to supply with each unit
The coverage area needed per unit (measured in feet)
The pressure (PSI) required by the system for optimal performance
The application it will be installed in (inverted, indoor, outdoor…etc).
To begin, here is a flow rate chart of the different wobbler models and their corresponding flow rates:
Flow rate is important to consider for a few reasons; one being the plants in your system will require a specific amount of water (you’ll want to make sure you aren’t providing too much or too little water), and two; the water source you are using will be limited to the maximum flow rate it can supply. (This is important because if the required volume of water from the system is higher than the volume of water supplied by the water source, you will need to zone your system to avoid overtaxing your water source).
Second is the coverage area. This is the wetted area provided per unit. Here is a quick diagram showing the different wobbler models and the maximum and minimum coverage areas offered.
Please note, the coverage area can vary depending on the nozzle used and the operating PSI of the system.
In determining the coverage area per each wobbler, it will also be important to consider the spacing between the units.