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Monday, August 20th 2007, 5:58am

by KRN

Pete, That is what I thought was the best way. I just wasn't sure about the possibility of an additional check valve or the particular placement of an additional check valve when hooking two systems to one well.

thank you,
ken

Monday, August 20th 2007, 5:20am

by drpete3

To keep this simple...replicate what was done when yours was connected. What are your concerns?
How many GPM can your well produce? How much distance will you need to run to get to her property?

Saturday, August 18th 2007, 3:39am

by KRN

connecting new system to existing well

I live in Florida and have a sprinkler system. My daughter lives next door. They are putting in a sprinkler system. I looking for information for the best way to connect her new system to my existing well?