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Wednesday, February 6th 2002, 8:32pm

by SprinklerWarehouse Irriga

Use PVC pipe, Tees and Elbows as needed to construct a manifold where you want to install more than one valve. This method of "hard piping" the valves in using glue will eliminate the possibility of leaks.

Tuesday, February 5th 2002, 10:51am



What is the best way to branch from the mainline to the valves? The T-manifolds are the classical way to accomplish this, but they might have leakage problems.