DIY Sprinkler Irrigation – Rotor and Spray Body Installation

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How To Connect An Irrigation Rotor Or Spray Body To The End Of A Lateral Line

Installing an Irrigation Rotor or Spray body to the end of a lateral distribution line is usually done using an elbow fitting with an FPT output.   Similar to connections at the mid-way point in a lateral line you have options for connecting to the Rotor or Spray Body from your elbow fittings.  Here we illustrate a few of the common methods for installations using both conventional Insert Fittings and Blu-Lock.  If using PVC the same concepts will apply using either 1/2″ or 3/4″ Slip by FPT fittings.

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BLU-LOCK

Irrigation Rotor Installation End of Lateral

Shown With Schedule 80 Nipple Fitting

Blu-Lock Rotor and Sprayer Installation

Shown With Schedule 80 Nipple Fitting

Sprinkler Installation Insert Fittings End of Lateral

Shown With Swing Joint Assembly

Sprinkler Installation End of Lateral

Shown With Swing Joint Assembly

Product Options and Links

For 3/4” Tubing

· 1407-101 – 3/4” x 1/2” FPT

· 1407-007 – 3/4” x 3/4” FPT

For 1” Tubing

· 1407-130 – 1” x 1/2” FPT

· 1407-131 – 1” x 3/4” FPT

Product Options and Links

For 3/4” Tubing

· 37375 3/4” x 1/2” FPT

No 3/4″ FPT See Swing Joint Assemblies

For 1” Tubing

· 37675 1” x 1/2” FPT

· No 3/4″ FPT See Swing Joint Assemblies

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