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Friday, July 8th 2011, 7:58pm

by servicetechMA

goulds all the way,if they have one that will supply the water you need

Wednesday, March 24th 2010, 11:39am

by pickeringchris

pumpkin man needs pump help!

I have 2600 gallons of rain water storage that I will pump thru 100 dan micro sprinklers (19gpm each). I would like to do this in one zone. I am thinking of using a sprinkler pump (centrifugal). With a ESP-LX rainbird controller, pump start relay and 1 1/2" master valve to prevent siphoning as my water tank level is up to 5' higher than my pump and sprinkler heads. I would prefer a good quality brand. Not a big box store version. Monarch makes a nice one. SPHE series. A friend says to use a jet pump and pressure tank.

Any advise on what brand, style of pump would be greatly appreciated.

Regards,



Chris