Whether you need your sports field watered or your horse arena maintained, Big Sprinkler has...


Start-up guide for getting your impact sprinklers ready for first time use in the spring.

Boost Pump Collection

About Us is a source for those "hard to find" commercial grade sprinkler heads, pumps, and accessories not available in local stores.

Our wheeled sprinkler carts are an affordable solution for irrigating larger areas such as gardens, yards, playgrounds, sports fields, horse riding arenas, and much more! Booster pumps and pre-made hose kits are also available so you can create your own irrigation system in minutes.

Gear Driven Sprinklers

happy customers

Wonderful service. Just all around great company fast delivery quality products. Highly recommend Big sprinkler company for all your irrigation supplies.

Donald Deese

I have purchased two sprinklers from them. The sprinklers are great. The staff is the best!!!

Cindy Maddalena

Got two in this morning and there isn't anything that comes close. You can tell when you put them together they are super high quality and more importantly, they cover the area i was having trouble with. I would for sure recommend them.

James Whitley

Have it works great covers pretty much the hole yard only need to move here and there ! Great for getting the hole yard and gardens done

Jason Walters

Frequently Asked Question

What is a pump curve and why is it important?

What is a pump curve and why is it Important? Every pump has a pump curve or performance curve--a graph of the overall performance capabilities of your pump. A pump curve may also be displayed in a chart format and can provide the same information.

Either way, a pump curve or performance chart displays a pump’s ability to sustain a certain flow rate (gpm) at a specific pressure (psi).

Not all pumps perform the same way, even if they are connected to the same engine. For this reason, it is important to look at a pumps performance chart or curve to know if the pump will work for your application.

What is the biggest sprinkler I can use with a 2-inch trash pump?

The largest sprinkler we recommend using with a 2-inch trash pump would be the SIME K-1 sprinkler or the 1250K sprinkler cart, which has the K-1 sprinkler attached to it.

This sprinkler has a set of nozzles that use a flow range of 10 gpm up to 50 gpm. If you choose a sprinkler that requires more flow, your trash pump will not be able to produce the proper flow with enough pressure.

What's the main difference between a "trash pump" and "high-pressure pump"?

What's the difference between a high pressure pump and trash pump? There is a significant difference between using a trash pump compared to a high-pressure pump when providing water to your big sprinkler(s).

A trash pump is designed to have a large flow rate with a low amount of pressure. A high-pressure pump is designed to move water with much higher levels of pressure.

What size pump do I need to achieve a particular size coverage?

If you are going to be using a pump to supply the water to your sprinkler, it is important to get the right size pump for the intended performance level.

Each sprinkler comes with a performance chart. Use this to find out the pressure and flow rate needed to use that sprinkler to water the area you wish to cover.

Then, find the performance chart provided on the pump you’re interested in to find the option that will produce the required flow at adequate pressure to match the requirements of your sprinkler and the distance you wish to cover with water.

How much flow (gpm) and pressure (psi) is required to get a certain amount of coverage?

How much gpm and psi is required to get a certain amount of coverage? Our sprinklers come with a set of nozzle sizes, which are fitted to each specific sprinkler. We have a performance chart for each sprinkler that shows the distance that can be covered with a given flow and pressure through each nozzle size. You can use this to match your flow rate and pressure with the proper nozzle size for the area you want to cover.

Reaching a greater distance requires a larger sprinkler that can handle a larger flow amount. It takes a larger volume of water at high pressure for the stream to not dissipate before reaching its end point.