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Tuesday, March 6th 2012, 4:46pm

by GatorGuy

Sand in heads

ilovebirde,
We are getting a number of filters in for pump systems.
They have not been listed into inventory yet so I don't have any info.
Our sales group asked that you give them a call.
They can give you information on what we are stocking and availability.
281-500-9800

Monday, March 5th 2012, 6:38pm

by ilovebirde

RE: Water Flow Change

My yard sprinkler system has 13 stations. On at least 3 stations when they come on the water flow rate out of the sprinkler heads are good, then in a few minutes (maybe 10 or so minutes) the rate of flow will drop. I can go to the main valve (ball valve) close and open it several times and the flow will pick up again. I've never had this problem and the only thing that I can think of is my Irritrol valves (1" 2400S) may have a bad solenoid or maybe the diaphragm is bad. I have a very good filter on my system so I do not think any foreign matter has gotten pass the filter.

Any other thoughts will be much.appreciated.
WHAT TYPE OF FILTER ARE YOU USING ON YOUR SYSTEM? I AM LOOKING FOR A WHOLE SYSTEM FILTER WHEN THE WATER COMES FROM THE WELL AND BEFORE IT GOES TO THE VALVES.
ljtushhog

Monday, March 5th 2012, 6:30pm

by ilovebirde

WELL WATER GETTING SAND IN HEADS AND VALVES, NEED A FILTER BEFORE WATER GOES TO VALVES

I HAVE A WATER WELL THAT IS USED ONLY FOR MY SPRINKLER SYSTEM. I AM STARTING TO GET SAND IS SOME OF MY SPRAY HEADS AND VALVES. CAN YOU SUGGEST SOME TYPE OF FILTER THAT I CAN INSTALL AT MY WELL BEFORE IT GOES TO THE SPRINKLER SYSTEM. I HAVE ONE INCH MAIN GOING TO MY VALVES. IF POSSIBLE, I WOULD LIKE ONE WITHOUT A FILTER AND LET THE SAND SETTLE IN BOTTOM OF A BOWL AND JUST EMPTY WHEN NEEDED. I AM RUNNING ABOUT 45 LBS OF PRESSURE.