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Sunday, July 30th 2006, 8:21am

by riohammer

Thanks guys. I am going to pick the PGV then.

Saturday, July 29th 2006, 4:31pm

by Beartooth

PGV's are a little heavier duty than the SRV. Including a better diaphram. The SRV is designed to be used in productio, low cost irrigation installations where developers are trying to save a dime at every turn. Bottom line is they will both perform, but I'd put my money on the PGV every time. They are a great valve and are very reliable.

Friday, July 28th 2006, 2:42am

by DOORZ

I can't speak for the differences between these 2 valves, but I recently installed 13 of the PGV valves and have had no problem with them.

Thursday, July 27th 2006, 11:14am

by riohammer

question on Hunter's SRV and PGV

I am planning to get a sprinkler system for my home. Is there alot of differences between these 2 types of valves?