You are not logged in.

Reply

Dear visitor, welcome to SPRINKLER TALK FORUM - You Got Questions, We've Got Answers. If this is your first visit here, please read the Help. It explains how this page works. You must be registered before you can use all the page's features. Please use the registration form, to register here or read more information about the registration process. If you are already registered, please login here.

Attention: The last reply to this post was 905 days ago. The thread may already be out of date. Please consider creating a new thread.

Message information
Message
Settings
Automatically converts internet addresses into links by adding [url] and [/url] around them.
Smiley code in your message such as :) is automatically displayed as image.
You can use BBCode to format your message, if this option is enabled.
Security measure

Please enter the letters that are shown in the picture below (without spaces, and upper or lower case can be used).

The last 4 posts

Wednesday, May 9th 2012, 8:25pm

by grey

if I remember correctly if you connect 1/2" riser/funny pipe that is over 18" than you would have a problem.

Wednesday, May 9th 2012, 5:53pm

by Wet_Boots

3/4-inch rotor heads will have physically stronger pipe connections, and that's always a good thing.

Wednesday, May 9th 2012, 4:55pm

by GatorGuy

Generally rotors are 3/4" and pop-ups are 1/2".
Some exceptions.
So that decides your head inlet size.
A good bit more info is needed before good advice can be given.

Wednesday, May 9th 2012, 4:15pm

by bpa2323

inlet size?

I am designing a system and wanted to know if there was any advantage to using 3/4 vs. 1/2 inch head inlet size. I am running 3/4 poly and using quick fittings and nipple risers. will using 1/2 inch reduce the flow alot or will I not see much difference?