HE-VAN High-Efficiency Variable Arc Nozzles
High-Efficiency Variable Arc Spray Nozzles
Rain Bird HE-VAN nozzles offer even coverage throughout the spray pattern, delivering a healthy, beautiful landscape. Gentle close‑in watering eliminates dry spots around the spray head. HE-VAN nozzles also generate large wind-resistant water droplets that prevent misting and airborne evaporation, so the right amount of water is delivered to the right place.
The high efficiency of the HE-VAN nozzle allows you to shorten your sprinkler run times by up to 35%, saving you water and money. Even coverage makes them the perfect choice for homeowners looking to conserve water while maintaining a healthy beautiful landscape. Now available in popular 8′, 10′, 12’, and 15’ radii, HE-VAN nozzles also offer matched precipitation with Rain Bird® MPR and U-Series nozzles.
HE-VAN’s even coverage allows you to shorten run times by up to 35%, saving you water and money, while still maintaining a healthy lawn
HE-VAN has more than a 40 percent even-coverage improvement over existing variable arc nozzles
HE-VAN nozzles have a unique stream pattern, designed for superior coverage and wind resistance
Low-trajectory spray and large water droplets prevent misting and airborne evaporation, so the right amount of water is delivered to the right place
Gentle close-in watering eliminates dry spots around the spray head
HE-VAN nozzles throw to the exact specified radius, delivering the cleanest edge of any VAN on the market today
Reduced zone run times, compared to competitive nozzles, help stay within tight watering windows, conserve water, and save money
With full adjustability from 0° to 360°, you’ll be able to efficiently water landscapes of all shapes, while saving time and stocking fewer nozzles
Matched precipitation rates allow you to install Rain Bird HE-VAN, MPR, and U-Series nozzles on the same zone
HE-VAN nozzles have a tactile click to keep the arc setting from drifting over time
Three-year trade warranty
Mechanical, Robotic, Suction. Yes, we’re talking pool cleaners, those handy helpers that look after your pool, cleaning its walls and floor. But are you returning the favour?
Here are two tips to help extend your cleaner’s lifespan.
Pull the cleaner out every season and replace its moving components, be the feet, wings, paws, rollers, or tires.
Secondly, you get what you pay for. A longer-lasting pool cleaner will cost more, but it’ll end up saving you money, as you won’t have to replace it so often.
Should my pool be covered or sheltered when when I am heating it?
No, your pool does not have to be covered or sheltered, but it will mean that you use slightly more power to heat the water up. For this reason, an insulating cover is recommended when heating your pool.
Can I just leave my pool alone if I have a salt water chlorinator?
No. When using a salt water chlorinator, your pool is chlorinated automatically. The salt, as a result of electrolysis, is altered into sodium hypochlorite, which is a strong disinfectant. However, your pool certainly still needs to be maintained and kept balanced.
Why is my pool cleaner only running on the floor?
The suction of your pool cleaner is too low. Increase the setting and this should rectify the problem. If the problem persists, check that your filtration system is in good order and that there are no leaks. If you see bubbles coming out of your aimflow, or if the water level drops in your weir when you plug in your pool cleaner, you have a leak. Get in touch with us and we can help fix your leak in no time.
The Zodiac G6 is a reliable performer that’s suitable for most pools. A proven workhorse with a robust design, it is a highly efficient suction cleaner with great manoeuvrability.
You also don’t have to put up with the ‘clack, clack, clack’. The innovative diaphragm ensures whisper-quiet operation that won’t disturb the neighbours.
Come in store today and get your Zodiac G6.
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Is your pool prepared for the winter?
1. Set your timer to run for a shorter period.
2. Backwash and rinse your pool once a week.
3. Remove any dirt that has blown into the pool with a pool net
4. Cover your pool – this will prevent water evaporation
5. Maintain the chemical balance