A privately held company founded in 1933, Rain Bird Corporation is the leading manufacturer and provider of irrigation products and services. Since its beginnings, Rain Bird has offered the industry’s broadest range of irrigation products for farms, golf courses, sports arenas, commercial developments and homes in more than 130 countries around the world.
Rain Bird has been awarded more than 450 patents worldwide, including the first in 1935 for the original horizontal action impact drive sprinkler (U.S. Patent #1,997,901), which revolutionized the food production industry and ushered in a new era in irrigation, worldwide. The original impact sprinkler was designated a historic landmark in 1990 by the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. Today, Rain Bird offers over 4,000 irrigation products and services.
Rain Bird is committed to The Intelligent Use of Water™. It is our legacy to design and manufacture only those products of the highest value and quality. We work for long-term, responsible partnerships with our customers and our vendors. This is who we are, and this is how we wish to be perceived in the irrigation industry and our communities.
Over 4,000 Rain Bird products are sold domestically and internationally in five markets: agriculture, consumer, residential contractor, commercial and golf. We have offices in more than 20 countries, and our products are sold in over 130 countries. Rain Bird® is a registered trademark of Rain Bird Corporation.
Rain Bird owns more than 450 patents worldwide and some 30 additional trademarks, and we carefully use these trademarks to distinguish our products as genuine Rain Bird products.
Examples of products resulting from recent innovative technology include: Rain Curtain Technology Rotor Nozzles that offer superior water distribution; battery operated controllers that bring automatic irrigation to areas lacking independent access to power; wireless remote control systems that manage irrigation sites from a PC; and weather-based smart control systems that use temperature, rainfall, humidity and other environmental data to automatically adjust watering