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Tuesday, May 30th 2006, 10:18am

by drpete3

city water?

how many heads per zone?

what is your psi? not just gpm

could try to use smaller nozzles for your rotors

Sunday, May 28th 2006, 10:58am

by jrf

Low Pressure

Both my neighbor and I had inground sprinlker systems installed, because each of us have finshed basements and inside water connections would have been extremely diffiuclt, our water connections were made at an outside water valve. Pressue appears to be a little bit under 10gpm which seems to underpower the system just a little bit. The farthest areas are barely getting coverage.

Can we install a booster outside, and if so, what would you recommend, or what other options do we have.