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Tuesday, August 19th 2003, 5:16pm

by Rays Sprinklers

Typically if you have 8 GPM i would install usung 6 GPM as your rate to leave some water for home usage, otherwise when you run water in the house, they will affect your sprinkler system operation.

Monday, August 4th 2003, 4:14am

by drpete3

Yes except water usage in the house must be very low when the sprinklers are on

Thanks,

Pete

Saturday, August 2nd 2003, 10:37pm

by gensco

Gpm question

Am I to understand that if I have a gpm of 8 coming from a psi of about 60 that I would be ok installing 5 spray heads with a 1.25 gpm all on one zone?