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Sunday, July 27th 2003, 10:17am

by Rays Sprinklers

The purpose of angle valves are when your water meter is very deep where you make your connection, and when you bring your pipe up, they hook up eaiser than using an elbow. If you are tapping inside, then i would use globe with the valve threads straight across!

Thanks
Ray
Rays Above and Beyond Automatic Lawn Sprinklers

Sunday, July 27th 2003, 7:39am

by RVLI

Basically your preference. I prefer globe type inline valves. I can put up to 6 in a valve box and I think they are easier to install. Just my opinion.


Saturday, July 26th 2003, 4:42pm

by Cjuul

angle vs. globe

Does it matter which type of valve I use, globe or angle? What are the considerations when making this determination? Thanks.