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Sunday, April 23rd 2006, 1:03pm

by Wet_Boots

You could guess Irritrol while you're at it, and all three would be correct. Since I was a Richdel user, I will always refer to their design by their name. So far as I know, Hardie never developed any valves. They just bought other companies, like the aforementioned Richdel and Hydro-Rain.

Saturday, April 22nd 2006, 2:41am

by SprinklerGuy

I'm guessing Hardie Valves....

Friday, April 21st 2006, 10:28pm

by Wet_Boots

Got a photo of the old Harvard valve? I'm guessing it might be a re-labeled Richdel valve.

Friday, April 21st 2006, 5:44pm

by gmaierha

Harvard Valves

I have an older system that uses harvard valves. I can not find a replacement. I cannot find anyplace that sells harvard valves or have a replacement for them. Any ideas?

George