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Monday, July 17th 2017, 7:37am

Author: T_Tronix

Low GPM what to do

Ah makes sense I do have a tap for the laundry room which is much closer. Here are the images once again since the other ones did not work...

Sunday, July 16th 2017, 2:28pm

Author: T_Tronix

Low GPM what to do

There is only one tap, there is a shutoff valve close to the main line inside the house but only one tap (outside).

Friday, July 7th 2017, 7:44am

Author: T_Tronix

Low GPM what to do

Here are the drawings of the outside and indoor pipings: Pipe indoors:

Saturday, July 1st 2017, 3:20pm

Author: T_Tronix

Low GPM what to do

OK sounds good, I'll try to draw the plumbing diagram and post it on here and also include the drawing I supplied Rain Bird with. Quoted from "Wet_Boots" What is the area being watered? (in acres, or square feet) - you might need to make a plumbing diagram of your supply, in order to receive advice on how to get greater water flow

Saturday, July 1st 2017, 10:44am

Author: T_Tronix

Low GPM what to do

Hi, I am new to this forum. I recently drew a schematic and sent it out to RainBird so that they can help me out with my setup. However they claimed that my GPU is way too low. Here are my specs: Water pressure: 60-69psi Service line: 3/4" copper Water flow: 4.8 GPM No clue how to increase the GPM (if possible) or if there's a sprinkler system that might work for me...