Water Saving Irrigation Products

We use only the best irrigation products, focusing on professional quality and state of the art technologies.


The revolutionary MP Rotator features a unique, multi-trajectory rotating stream delivery system that achieves water-conserving results. Rather than simply “spray” water onto landscapes, MP Rotators deliver multiple streams of water at a slow, steady rate. This slower application rate allows water to gently soak into the soil, and achieves an even distribution throughout the area being irrigated. This increased efficiency results in 30% less water use when compared to traditional sprays, and significantly reduces wasteful runoff. The MP Rotator can be installed onto any conventional spray head body or shrub adapter, transforming them into high uniformity, low precipitation rate sprinklers with matched precipitation at any arc and any radius.


Drip irrigation applies water slowly and evenly for consistent distribution. Water soaks in gradually, easily reaching its intended goal. The drip system has a compensation system with a built-in check valve that helps prevent emitter clogging and water loss, as well as ensuring even flows on all terrains and lateral lengths. From an installation standpoint, it’s flexible, kink and UV resistant. Whether it’s a flowerbed, a shrub bunch, or other creative landscape configurations, drip irrigation provides a reliable, efficient solution every day.

Wireless Rain Sensor

Most rain-sensing devices work by accumulating a set amount of rainfall before a switch is activated that interrupts the circuit from the controller and shuts off the system. In that “accumulation time”, the system will unnecessarily continue to water. This can look especially bad for conservation-conscious municipalities, businesses, and residences. With built-in technology, the wireless rain sensor can command a controller to shut off right when it starts to rain. The sensor can be mounted on an eave or any flat vertical surface like a wall or fence.

In any installation, the current water pressure, flow rate, water velocity and potential housing or utility growth must be properly addressed to ensure that your system will continue to function properly in the future.

Baseline Moisture Sensor

A Thermostat for your LandscapeBaseline’s moisture sensor’s are as effective at irrigating your landscape as a thermostat is at keeping your home a comfortable temperature.  Baseline measures soil moisture levels where it matters, in the root zone of the plant.  Other “smart” watering methods, like weather-based ET systems, rely on environmental factors and a complicated mathematical formula to estimate how much water the plants need.  Plus, a weather-based system can’t measure the effectiveness of the decisions that were based on the complicated formula.  A Baseline moisture Sensor automatically adapts to the effects of evapotranspiration in real-time. The bottom line—moisture sensor equipped irrigation systems water better than any other irrigation system on the market.



The Solar Sync ET sensor is an advanced weather sensor that calculates evapotranspiration (ET) and adjusts Hunter controllers daily based on local weather conditions. Solar Sync measures sunlight and temperature, and uses ET to determine the correct seasonal adjustment percentage value to send to the controller. The controller then uses its programmed run time and adjusts to Solar Sync’s seasonal adjustment value to modify the actual irrigation run time for that day. In addition, the Solar Sync ET sensor integrates Hunter’s popular Rain-Clik™ and Freeze-Clik® sensors providing quick response in shutting down your irrigation system during rain and/or freezing conditions. The Solar Sync is compatible with most Hunter controllers and applicable to residences, businesses, and municipalities alike.