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The last 10 posts

Monday, February 16th 2004, 9:04am

by aquamatic

Just to confirm- Many of the homes I'b ve been quoting on and have been built in the past 15 years do have a 1" Poly coming into the home as a main connected to the meter. It is NSF branded

Friday, September 12th 2003, 11:18am

by Rays Sprinklers

awesome let me know how it woprks?

Tuesday, September 9th 2003, 9:32am

by Murphy

He's going to sell it to me. He said it is pretty easy to hook up. I am excited, I should be trenching this week!

Monday, September 8th 2003, 4:13pm

by Rays Sprinklers

goood.....is he going to do it...or will he sell you the part?

Monday, September 8th 2003, 10:41am

by Murphy

I tried that but my poly pipe is not the same diameter as 160 PSI pipe. It is smaller on the inside.

BTW, I just got off the phone with my local irrigation supply guy and he said they have what I need. It's a compression fitting for 200 PSI poly with pipe threads on the outlet end.

Monday, September 8th 2003, 10:16am

by Rays Sprinklers

simply buy a 1" Female addapter for the poly, and a 1" PVC male adapter and screw them together....that will convert...be sure to use 2 clamps becuase its under pressure, and put teflon on the threads

Monday, September 8th 2003, 6:13am

by Murphy

I am having a hard time finding an adapter to go from my poly to PVC. My poly says it is SDR-9 200PSI 1" Service Line. I can't find any adapters at the local Lowes. All their adapters fits 160 PSI pipe.

Any ideas?

Friday, September 5th 2003, 1:57pm

by RVLI

That's how it is here, too.

Friday, September 5th 2003, 11:50am

by Murphy

An update on my system...

All the houses in my neighboorhood, which is a new subdivision, have Poly run from the street to the foundation and then through the wall in copper and the whole house is copper. Isn't that odd?

Monday, August 25th 2003, 12:29pm

by Rays Sprinklers

oo[:I][:o)]