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Friday, June 15th 2012, 8:12am

by GatorGuy

The connection is simple. Check HERE.
You need to reduce your pressure. You are far outside of where it should be.
PGP recommended pressure> 40 to 60. Will work to 100 but not as efficiently.
Rain Bird 5000: 25-65
Rain Bird Nozzles: 15-30
Hunter nozzles: 20 to 40


Asking for all kinds of problems if you don't reduce pressure.

Friday, June 15th 2012, 5:37am

by Caymandave (Guest)

Poly pipe connections

How do you connect poly pipe to valves and sprinkler heads. I have water pressure of 85 psi. Will this pipe hold?