0 Toro Infinity 55 Sprinklers

Infinity 55Choose Toro Infinity 55 sprinklers for easy maintenance and flexible expansion

The end of the playing season on 30th May signals the start of the renovation season for stadium groundsmen the length and breadth of the country. Along with preparing the pitch for maintenance work, now is the time to decide whether to replace or update the perimeter sprinklers, too.

Choosing Toro's Infinity 55 sprinklers with Smart Access means choosing easy maintenance and flexible expansion. The patented Smart Access design means every serviceable element - big or small, mechanical or electrical - is easily accessible from the top of the unit, using just a screwdriver.

It means an end to digging out the sprinkler for repair and servicing and consequent damage to the turf or the surrounding areas and the time-consuming repair work needed to make good; with Toro Infinity sprinkler servicing has never been easier season after season.

Ideal for perimeters, choosing Infinity 55 sprinklers also means choosing flexibility. As technology advances or decisions are made to update the irrigation system, Infinity 55 sprinklers carry on evolving with the stadium's requirements, because Infinity is built for flexible expansion, not replacement.

In terms of performance, Infinity 55 still has all the quality benefits, such as increased efficiency, for which Toro is renowned, says distributor Lely Turfcare's Toro Irrigation sales manager, Robert Jackson: "The Infinity Series has the same impressive, proven features as the Toro 800S and DT Series, including an easy arc, true trajectory and ratcheting riser. So performance was never going to be an issue. It adds to the mix, though, a focus on maintenance and is designed to take account of the reality of stadium maintenance. Therefore there's no more digging, no further damage to the turf and no external components vulnerable to damage."

Furthermore, nozzle flexibility and the choice between full- or part-circle models provides fast, firm and uniform coverage.

Designed with a firm eye on the future, Toro has made all the internal components 'forwards compatible'. So enhancing the sprinkler with new and improved, or redesigned or upgraded systems and replacement parts over time, is not only possible, but easy, quick and economical. And everything is backwards compatible, too, for retrofit stadiums.

Toro really has thought of everything with the Infinity Series - there's even the option to brand the sprinklers with clubs' own logos.

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