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Tuesday, June 7th 2011, 11:17pm

by Mitchgo

Please take some time and read through this entire website
irrigation tutorials
Water flow is just as important as water pressure. Tapping after your water meter or the point of connection to the house from the meter is the best way to get the maximum amount of water flow

Tuesday, June 7th 2011, 5:49pm

by bama323 (Guest)

use of sprinkler heads

I am putting in an irrigation system with 2 zones.My yard is 50 wide by 90 long.The piping is going to be 190 feet to the last sprinkler head whih are going to be Rainbird 5500s.My pressure is 90psi. I would like to run 4 on one zone.Can i do this with this kind of pressure or is it to far away? Thank you