Rotator® Sprinklers

R2000WF/R2000LP Rotator®

The R2000WF Rotator - the “Windfighter”, Nelson's best choice for the highest uniformity and best germinating sprinkler on the market. The first choice by top producers growing high value vegetable crops. The R2000LP is the low pressure version of this product.

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R2000WF/R2000LP Rotator®

R2000WF/R2000LP Rotator®

Flow: 0.9-5.7 gpm (204-1295 lph)

Pressure: 25-65 psi (1.75-4.5 bar)

Radius: 30-45 ft (9.1-13.7 m)

Nozzle Size: #10-20 2TN


The Windfighter forms a tight wind-penetrating stream that is systematically broken up by a diffuser, filling in the water pattern. Its sweeping action gently distributes water droplets to the ground preventing soil compaction. In high value vegetable crops, typical spacings include 30’ x 40’, 30’ x 33.3’ and sometimes 40’ x 40’.  

The R2000WF pressure range is 40-65 psi (2.75-4.5 bar) while the R2000LP is 25-50 psi (1.75-3.5 bar). Both use the field-proven and precise 2TN nozzles.

Use the R2000WF and R2000LP for overhead irrigation, cooling, and environmental control for nursery crops, tree, vine, small fruit, and berry crops. Also perfect for revegetation, mining, and other specialty uses. It can be used in conjunction with the MDC or MRDC drain checks to provide a water tight system with no drain down.

R2000WF Rotator®

R2000WF Rotator®

The R2000WF "Windfighter" is the ideal product for germinating and irrigating high-value vegetables.

40-65 psi (2.75-4.5 bar)

R2000LP Rotator®

R2000LP Rotator®

The R2000LP is the low pressure version of the R2000WF "Windfighter".

25-50 psi (1.75-3.5 bar)

Part-Circle R2000WF/LP

Effectively water the edge of a field irrigated with R2000WF Rotators.

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Sprinkler performance data have been obtained under ideal test conditions and may be adversely affected by wind, poor hydraulic entrance conditions, or other factors. Published radius and diameter of throw performance are at nozzle pressure when tested at 1,250 feet above sea level. Your results may differ from the test data results obtained by Nelson Irrigation Corporation and Nelson Irrigation Corporation makes no representation regarding droplet conditions, uniformity, application rate, or fitness for a particular purpose.