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Thursday, March 26th 2009, 7:47am

by Wet_Boots

If the system is operating with 'just enough' pressure, adding zone valves can subtract enough pressure to render the system non-functional. Pond water is assumed to be 'dirty' with valve clogging particles. A good strainer can protect valves, or you can spend extra for 'dirty water' valves like Rainbird PESB valves.

Wednesday, March 25th 2009, 10:06am

by Confused (Guest)

What to use

I have a "home made" inground sprinker system. I pump water from a
backyard pond using a 1hp Wayne pump. The lines a one inch poly pipe.
I have 3 zones. Currently I manually open and close the valves. I want
to change this to an automatic system controlled by a timer. What do
you recommend for valves and a timer