- Dimensiones del producto: 71,1 x 33,8 x 26,2 cm ; 7,71 Kg
- Referencia del fabricante: 10060
- ASIN: B00QV404GO
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 29 de marzo de 2018
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Orbit - Sistema de señalizador de patio de 3/8 pulgadas (hasta 20 grados)
- Plástico, latón, acero inoxidable.
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El kit de sistema de niebla Orbit 10060 fácil de instalar contiene todas las piezas y accesorios para completar su nuevo sistema de termo de patio. El sistema de refrigeración profesional al aire libre reducirá las temperaturas al aire libre hasta 20 grados Fahrenheit. El sistema de niebla Orbit 10060 se monta en pocos minutos con boquillas de latón ultra duraderas que giran 360 grados para dirigir la niebla en cualquier lugar que desee, y se pueden ampliar hasta 125 pies. Se puede añadir una bomba de aumento de niebla para un rendimiento mejorado. Características y beneficios. Ideal para termo y refrigeración. Viene con 10 pies de tubos de niebla. Tiene 5 latón y acero inoxidable. El sistema de niebla de acero inoxidable tiene un control de flujo completo para un fácil controlador. El sistema de amplificador se expande hasta 125 pies (bomba de arranque). El sistema de mista se fija a cualquier manguera de jardín estándar para una construcción duradera de 20 grados de agua para renovar.
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Pros: works as described, cools hot Texas patio area, easy to install (30-60 minutes), cheaper as a package than buying individual brass connectors alone, comes with 6 misting connectors if you are wanting to expand an existing system; perfect for irrigation purposes, if that is what you want it for
Cons: too much of a good thing can be bad, extra time to modify to make it practical for intended purpose
That being said, it still feels great because any cooling is better than nothing when you're standing or sitting in the sun.
One of the pros is the small droplet size created by these nozzles. The smaller the drop, the faster the evaporation; therefore, the more effective the cooling. Keep that in mind if you're in an area with a great deal of high humidity. A really hot day in the Florida panhandle is not going to see much relief from one of these. The small droplet size is also a disadvantage in respect to wind. The water comes out like a heavy steam that the wind can blow away very easily. If the wind is keeping the spray off of you, chances are it (the wind) is keeping you cool and evaporating the water that did make it. In that instance, just leave the system running and enjoy it when the wind isn't blowing - you're only using 2.5 gallons per hour (all 5 nozzles). (Even with a flow restrictor in your bathroom shower head, you use that much water every minute)
Setup was simple. My first recommendation is to run some free flowing water through everything for about 30 seconds with no nozzles just to flush out any manufacturing debris that can clog the nozzles.
For reference, I have a very small uncovered back deck (10' x 11'). I'm using all 5 nozzles in a straight line along one of the 10' sides of the porch. They are hanging from my gutter (using Christmas decoration gutter hangers) at a height of 7.5 feet. With no booster pump, I'm getting adequate coverage of about 60% of the deck (the water is actually reaching more than 80%).
Yes, there have been some minor leaks (drips) from two of the nozzles that were easily remedied. Yes, it does help to "push and twist" the tubing into each fitting. The second recommendation I have is to make sure the end of the tube is smooth and has a flat cut, then use a little water inside the fitting. The water will help lubricate the tube and o-ring inside the fitting, helping the o-ring maintain its position. Push-to-lock fittings are notorious for leaking when an o-ring "rolls" as the tubing is inserted. Keeping the o-ring from rolling and giving it a smooth seating surface is a surefire way to eliminate any drips.
Please don't read into this review as critical and disappointing - I am very happy with my purchase and plan on adding a second extension to the opposite side of my deck for full coverage. For those of you who are DIY-ers out there and like to customize things, Orbit offers these kits in 1/4" and 1/2" as well. The nozzle threads are more commonly referred to as #10-24 thread pitch. For valves and fittings that do not come with this kit, your local home improvement store has an adequate selection of push-to-lock hardware (often times cheaper than Amazon) that can help you do exactly what you want to do with this system.
Shoot me a follow-up with questions if you need to know anything else.