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Saturday, May 31st 2003, 10:11am

by Rays Sprinklers

I would install Toro 570 12' Half Nozzles Along one side 10' apart. If its only 9" acroos (wide) that will do fine!

Thanks
Ray
Rays Above and Beyond Automatic Lawn Sprinklers

Friday, April 4th 2003, 10:44am

by RVLI

When I install sprays on strips, I place the spray heads in a triangular pattern, with the distance according to pressure. I will try to find an example for you somewhere on the internet tonight. A handy manual that will help you lots, it the Hunter Residential Design Manual. You can download it off the internet at: www.hunterindustries.com


Friday, April 4th 2003, 5:14am

by Brad

Forgot to mention this is for grass


Friday, April 4th 2003, 4:14am

by Brad

9'x50' Strip Design

What is the best design for this scenario, spacing heads every 9' or using a strip head?