No. Pulsating sprinklers do not have a filter because the opening of the brass nozzle is large enough to flush out large particles. The gear-operated sprinkler has a coarse filter as the turbine that drives the enclosed gearbox also needs a certain level of protection. When operating with cisterns, fountains, etc. in particular, it is not essential to have a fine filter. Premium Pulsating, Circle and Section Sprinkler Head (8137) Premium Pulsating, Circle and Section Sprinkler (8136) Premium Pulsating, Circle and Section Sprinkler (8135) Premium High-Rise Pulsating Sprinkler (8138) Comfort Pulsating, Circle and Section Sprinkler (8141) Comfort Turbo-Driven Sprinkler (8144) Comfort Turbo-Driven Sprinkler (8143)
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