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The last 4 posts

Friday, June 20th 2008, 8:27am

by Hootty (Guest)

Thanks for the good suggestions. I put in the Hunter i-20 for now, and we'll see how that works (seems good so far).

Thursday, June 19th 2008, 8:45pm

by hi.todd

Put a small ball valve on the pipe that feeds the head. You may also put in a valve box to give you easy access.

Good luck. It is not the easiest solution, but it will give you years of ease of operation once it is in.

Dan :thumbsup:

Wednesday, June 18th 2008, 9:15am

by worachj

Some nozzle sets include a blank nozzle plug for turning off sprinklers heads. Maybe you can find a nozzle set that fits your irratrol heads.

Hunters PGP rotor low angle nozzle set has a blank nozzle plug.

Tuesday, June 17th 2008, 9:45pm

by Hootty (Guest)

Rotor that can shutoff

I have a corner rotor that I now need to be able to shutoff so it isn't filling the kids' sandbox. I currently have all irratrol heads, but they don't make a "lockable" head. I found the Hunter I20 that I believe will do what I need by using the "flow control shutoff". Does anyone have any experience if that will work as a "long-term" shutoff unless it gets really dry and I want to turn it back on? I'll have this problem for a couple of years, but don't want to cap the line since eventually the sandbox will go & periodically I'll still want to use that head if that area gets too dry. Any other suggestions or products that would do the same thing??? Thanks.