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Thursday, December 9th 2004, 8:45am

by nestors

Hunter has a inline flow device

Friday, August 20th 2004, 10:38am

by billingsleyj

I would try an in-line reducer to control head pressure. As long as it does not adversly affect you flow rate you should be fine.

Wednesday, August 18th 2004, 12:20pm

by njwlog

pressure reducer at rotor

I am looking to control(lower) the PSI at the rotor head. My runs are relatively long w/ elevation changes that effect PSI from the start of the run to the end. Does anyone make such a device?

thx