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Ewing to unveil Rain Bird product

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The company has been granted exclusive distribution rights for the newly launched Rain Bird High Efficiency Variable Arc Nozzle (HE-VAN) for 2011.

| June 2, 2011

Ewing has launched the Rain Bird High Efficiency Variable Arc Nozzle (HE-VAN), a new irrigation product designed to help achieve water efficiency in landscapes and green spaces.

The HE-VAN, which Ewing has the exclusive rights to, offers higher distribution uniformity and a lower scheduling coefficient, providing even coverage and shorter run times when compared to traditional VAN or fixed arc nozzles.

“It’s our responsibility to help landscape and irrigation professionals grow their businesses through the adoption and wise use of water-efficient technologies,” said Warren Gorowitz, vice president of sustainability and conservation for Ewing. “The HE-VAN represents an opportunity to offer our customers new choices and flexibility when designing, installing and maintaining water-efficient green spaces.”

The HE-VAN improves close-in watering, minimizes overspray and reduces overall water usage. This variable arc nozzle is easy to adjust and offers design flexibility. Available in 12’ – 15’ radii during its launch phase, the HE-VAN will be initially distributed in California, Texas, Florida and the Southeast.
 

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