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Thursday, April 2nd 2009, 6:07am

by Wet_Boots

You might google around for similar situations. One unknown is your ceiling height, which has to be considered. Also, what amount of overspray (or underspray) is allowable? Just a quick thought - a width of 66 feet puts you in range of having a single row of four heads.

By the way, you can install sprinkler heads upside-down, and they will still work. A job like this could be done with low-angle rotor heads.

Thursday, April 2nd 2009, 4:46am

by pegasusdressage

overhead sprinkler system for indoor riding arena

Does anyone have experience with the design and installation of an overhead system? I need to cover an area of 66 by 120 ft. Or do you know where I could find such information? Thanks,