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The Rainmaker body is fabricated at our workshop in Wollongong NSW. The sprinklers components are sourced from Australian owned companies.
Fabricated from marine grade 316 stainless steel the body is tough, other parts are machined from brass. Our sprinklers are made to last.
No need to climb onto the roof, or even up a ladder. Using our adaptor and an extendable pole allows you to hang the sprinklers without leaving the ground.
The rainmaker attaches to a standard quick connect garden hose. So you can use the hoses you already have!
The impact sprinkler uses 10 Lpm and covers a large area of approximately 500 Square Metres.
The double arm sprinkler uses 5 Lpm and covers a large area of approximately 300 Square Metres.
Effective and Adaptable Australian Innovation.
The Rainmaker Bushfire Sprinkler will use your water to efficiently wet down your roof and yard.
The design allows you to hang the sprinkler off the gutter, fence or a bracket with the adjusting bolt at the set angle you need, or place on a star post or round pipe and the adjusting bolt locks the sprinkler position.
Designed and manufactured in Australia, the Rainmaker Impact will help protect your home during a ember attack!
This clip shows a Rainmaker Impact on a fire pump, the water is pushed out around 15 metres and is 25 metres wide. The strong winds that accompany the bushfire will push the water onto your home increasing its effectiveness.
The Rainmaker Impact drenches your roof and yard protecting it from ember attack.
Efficient and Adaptable Australian Innovation
This water efficient low pressure sprinkler will conserve your water and continue to operate if the water pressure drops.
This sprinkler is designed to help protect your home if all you have is your garden hose.
Supply 2 DA sprinkler with one garden tap. Of course you will need a two way splitter.
This clip shows a Rainmaker DA on towns water, the water barrier pushes out around 6 metres and 12 metres wide. The strong winds that accompany the bushfire will push the water onto your home increasing its effectiveness.