Stationary Rain Gun

Nevada Skid-Mounted Rain Gun
Trusted for Safety and Reliability

Nevada Skid-Mounted Rain Gun


Nevada’s simple skid-mounted Rain Gun is a popular choice when needing to pump large volumes quickly, handling up to 170m3 per hour, with an application rate of 4-8mm per hour.  Ideal for poor draining soils or sloping land, this stationary rain gun provides low application depths and rates to reduce the risk of run-off and ponding.
 

Features:

  • Easy to set and adjust
  • Even spreading prevents ponding
  • Ability to set partial arches 
  • Slimline design means no long boom arms to move around
  • Towable 
Skid mounted rain gun

Optional Extras

Remote valve switch

The remote valve switch lets you switch between one irrigation line to another (or bypass back to the pond) without turning off the pump.  This is made possible with use of a soft close switching system eliminating any potential pressure spikes. It’s so simple - just activate it from your mobile phone!
 
Features:
  • 75mm Y Valve
  • Powered by a 12 Volt battery
  • Free app download for IOS and Android phones
  • No internet connection required
  • Remote valve switch can be controlled by multiple mobile devices
  • Allows one person to operate a drag hose system
  • New Zealand made 
Nevada Remote Valve Switch

Test Drive a Nevada Skid-Mounted Rain Gun

We understand it's important to get the correct machine to suit your farming operation. That's why it can be a great option to have an on-farm demonstartion.

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