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Monday, June 17th 2013, 4:42pm

by Wet_Boots

heads work fine when inverted - some agricultural usage does use inverted impact heads

Monday, June 17th 2013, 9:58am

by juniejewski

Sprinklers for Indoor Riding Arena

I have an 80' x 180' indoor riding arena that I would like to get a sprinkler installation for. An inground solution is not possible since horses have full use of the footing area. I currently water with a hose and sprinkler in 3 positions. I was thinking about a ceiling (16' high) solution. Any experience or advice? Will traditional sprinklers work properly mounted in an inverted position? Thanks, Joe