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Tuesday, March 16th 2004, 2:54pm

by RVLI

Order them here www.sprinklerwarehouse.com Rainbird DV-100 or Irritrol 2400

Saturday, March 13th 2004, 3:37pm

by mugentuner

I need some durable inline valves..

I scrapped the idea of using my anti-siphon valves because i will be using a PVB as a backflow device anyway. Locally, I could only find some water genie valves that don't seem to be anything special. I've been seeing a lot of posts on the Irritrol valves however. Should I just go with the ones that are made for potable water from a well as I will be putting in? They look to be very durable on what i've read. Are these scrubber type valves as well?