Senninger Irrigation

Goosenecks

Goosenecks

Senninger’s single and double 125° goosenecks combined with truss rod hose slings increase an applicator’s area of coverage and reduce a sprinkler’s application intensity. The 180° model allows placement of applicators closer to the crop to minimize wind-drift.
 

Features

• Three models available:
180º single, 125º single, and 125º double

• Constructed out of non-corrosive, UV-resistant thermoplastic for long life and reduced plugging

• Lightweight for easy handling and lower freight costs

• Goosenecks with 19mm connection also available

 

125° Goosenecks
Single and double 125° goosenecks and truss rod hose slings can help increase a system’s area of coverage by converting wide spacing machines to closer drop spacing. This reduces or eliminates the need for welding extra outlets.
 
180° Goosenecks
The single 180° gooseneck helps minimize wind-drift by placing sprinklers closer to the ground.

Installation Considerations
• Maximum recommended pressure: 120 psi (8.27 bar)

• Maximum recommended flow:
Single models - 20 gpm (4542 L/hr)
Double models - 30 gpm (6814 L/hr)

• Maximum Recommended Ambient Temperature: 150°F (66° C) ambient

• Maximum Recommended Water Temperature: 110°F (43° C) ambient

 

Get More Detailed Information

 

Gooseneck Brochure Gooseneck Brochure
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Install-Sheet Solutions: Preventing Run-off and Soil Sealing
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Senninger Pivot CatalogPivot Catalog
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Gooseneck Components

Truss Rod Hose Slings Truss Rod Hose Slings
Truss rod hose slings maintain a drop’s position and allow for easy adjustments. They prevent kinking and ensure sprinkler patterns are not disrupted due to colliding streams.

Features
• Easy to install
• Securely fastens 3/4" flexible hose to the truss rod
• Five Sizes: 5/8" (rust), 11/16" (green), 3/4" (black), 13/16" (grey), 7/8" (blue)
• Supports flexible hose to prevent kinking and abrasive wear
• Non-corrosive UV-resistant thermoplastic construction for long life

Frequently Asked Questions


Double 125° goosenecks divide the flow from a single outlet on a pivot and spread it out over a larger area. Their design lets you install two separate drops on opposite sides of the mainline when used in combination with truss rod hose slings.

As you can see in the image below, this installation increases your system’s area of coverage while still using the same amount of water. The less concentrated irrigation lowers the overall application rate and provides extra soak time without disrupting the soil’s structure. This helps the soil absorb water at the rate it needs and encourages deeper movement of water into the soil.

Closely matching the soil’s intake rate prevents runoff, soil sealing and pooling. So not only do you preserve your soil’s health, you also save water by making the most out of every drop pumped.
Gooseneck Spacing


Goosenecks attach to mainline using galvanized nipple or Senninger’s impact-modified thermoplastic nipple (PVC nipples not recommended). If using a sealant, use only Teflon tape.


Goosenecks attach to mainline using galvanized nipple or Senninger’s impact-modified thermoplastic nipple (PVC nipples not recommended). If using a sealant, use only Teflon tape.



Goosenecks attach to mainline using galvanized nipple or Senninger’s impact-modified thermoplastic nipple (PVC nipples not recommended). If using a sealant, use only Teflon tape.


Close Spacing with Bubblers

Texas farmers are mounting Bubblers with just 30 inch spacing between heads and maximizing their water usage with a combination of LEPA (Low Energy Precision Application) sprinklers and conservation tillage practices.

FROM THE BLOG


Senninger Irrigation

Senninger Irrigation
Senninger
A Hunter Industries Company
16220 East Highway 50
Clermont, FL 34711

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