David Richardson

David Richardson

Irrigation Product Manager at The Toro Company

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8111 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
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(952) 888-8801

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Senior Product Manager for Pope Retail - The Toro Company

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New Enhancement for Toro T5 Series Rotor | News and Events | Toro Australia : Create a Greater Outdoors

Irrigation Product Manager at Toro, David Richardson said the RapidSet™ was easy to operate for home gardeners and the technology significantly reduced installation time.
"The arc adjustments can be made quickly using no tools," he said. "Contractors have embraced the Toro T5 Series Rotors because of their ease of installation, versatility and reliable performance." The T5 rotor has a 5" pop up height that sits in the same footprint as competitive 4" models. Mr Richardson said that the height of the rotor can make all the difference.

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The next generation irrigation controller: The Toro EVOLUTION® Controller | News and Events | Toro Australia : Create a Greater Outdoors

"One of our primary objectives with the EVOLUTION controller was to give the contractor everything they would ever need to sell, without sacrificing the simplicity needed for the homeowner," said David Richardson, Irrigation Product Manager for Toro Australia.
"We believe the EVOLUTION controller will have quick adoption because it's so different from what's on the irrigation market today, yet so similar to common devices that customers use regularly, like their MP3 players or mobile phones," added David.

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Toro Precision Series Pressure Compensating Nozzles Save Water | News and Events | Toro Australia : Create a Greater Outdoors

Toro Australia's Irrigation Product Manager, David Richardson, said mist is easily affected by wind, increased evaporation rates and results in overspray which increases runoff.
e said that in many situations, the most efficient solution is to use the new Toro Precision™ Series Pressure Compensating (PC) Spray Nozzles."These nozzles deliver an industry first 25 mm per hour precipitation rate and minimise misting up to an inlet pressure of 275 kPa, reducing the need for a regulating head," he said. Afterall, the intention is to water plants, not paths or roadways", said Mr. Richardson.

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