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Saturday, May 17th 2003, 2:23pm

by Rays Sprinklers

Technically you can put two valves in a 10" round, but it would be more practacle to install them into a small rectangular one, for neatness and room for service. I would use Irritrol 2400T valves

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Saturday, March 30th 2002, 10:59am


Do not put two valves in a 10" Box. If you want to valves in a box, go with a rectangular box. This makes it much easier to service. Check out the Valve Boxes that Sprinklerwarehouse Offers:

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Saturday, March 30th 2002, 10:11am

by wilmar p.

valve boxes

can i put two valves in one 10" circular vavle box, or should i go to a rectangular one?