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Monday, December 29th 2003, 10:30am

by Rays Sprinklers

its a great device especially for commercial projects!

Monday, December 29th 2003, 10:29am

by Rays Sprinklers

its a great device especially for commercial projects!

Thursday, September 4th 2003, 4:30pm

by RVLI

Interesting. Never heard of that before.


You can say I learned something new about this growing industry today.

Thursday, September 4th 2003, 3:46pm

by aquamatic

Yes! Hunter makes what they call the Flow-Click

Its a basic sensor that connects to your main before the valves. You set it to a desired GPM that your highest zone requires. If a head blows its top the GPM's rise and the sensor shuts down the sensor.

Its sounds like its as worth as installing a rain sensor

Thursday, September 4th 2003, 3:31pm

by RVLI

When did Hunter start making these? Just recently? Never heard of them....I'll have to check that out.

For rain sensors I only use the Hunter Wireless Rain Clik. I have one at home and it was A LOT easier to install than a sensor with wires, because you have no wire to run which also saves you money.[8D]

Thursday, September 4th 2003, 12:01pm

by aquamatic

Hunter Flow-Click Sensor

Does anyone use these device or others for shutting down a flow when a head bursts??