Sprinkler for long throw application, on 4' high post
I have a somewhat unusual irrigation setup. It is a long story involving a clever sprinkler mfg that wasn't clever enough to stay in business.
Anyway, I am left with three each 3' high decorative columns with a 3/4" copper pipe in each. I would like to make some use of these with trenching a new system into my yard. Yes, it may not be ideal, but I should be able to get water onto the lawn without moving a hose ever 1/2 hour.
I need to reach distances of up to 25', and water expanse between the post and the far reaches of the sprinkler throw. The first thing that came to mind was the Rainbird style. The reach is adjustable, and they do seem to spray enough that shorter distances are wetted, as well as the long throw.
But there are lots of sprinklers out there on the market, so I thought I would ask here. I will be threading into 1/2" brass, and had contemplated teeing two sprinklers off each post to provide 360 degree coverage. Any ideas?