Perrot-Regnerbau

Industriestrasse 19-29 Althengstett 75382 Germany

Contact: Alexander Fleig
Phone: +49 7051 1620
Fax: +49 7051 162 133
perrot@perrot.de
www.perrot.de

As turf irrigation specialists, Perrot has dedicated all activities to irrigation since 1926. It provides the most comprehensive range to irrigate golf courses, soccer and hockey fields, as well as race tracks.

Only Perrot offers the choice of pop-up sprinklers driven by gear, impact lever or piston. The Perrot gear drive sprinklers in the Hydra series use less energy and have higher performance data than any other pop-up sprinkler of their class. Other features include easily accessible parts (including solenoid); adjustable left and right arcs and integrated decoders for direct head control. Perrot's decoder control systems can operate more than 2,000 stations and the company also offers customised solutions to achieve better irrigation results on any golf course.

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