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Saturday, May 3rd 2008, 2:34pm

Author: IH8NYyanks

Hunter PS-00-555 spray sprinkler body with integrated 5X30 side strip pattern nozzle.

Distance is adjustable. There is no arc to adjust in a rectangular pattern. I'd stay away from the PS series if it's not too late though, kind of a bush league head. Go Rainbird 1800 or Hunter Pro-spray with matched precipitation nozzles.

Saturday, May 3rd 2008, 2:14pm

Author: IH8NYyanks

Hunter PGP Blue Nozzles...

The new blue nozzles will give you more uniform distribution. Use them with confidence. These are Hunter's answer to the Rainbird 5000 series. The 5000 nozzles distribute water more efficiently than the old red PGP nozzles. Plastic nozzles should be changed periodically as they will loose their efficiency over time through wear.

Saturday, May 3rd 2008, 1:48pm

Author: IH8NYyanks

buying a new system/what questions should I ask

The product the contractor has specified is good quality professional product that should give you many years of reliable service, if installed correctly. Just as it is important that the components of the system will work reliably, it is equally important that the design of the system will work for your particular landscape. Proper design ensures the following: The even application of water through out the system. No zone should have mixed heads. spray heads, rotor heads, and drip irrigation al...

Saturday, May 3rd 2008, 12:57pm

Author: IH8NYyanks

RE: need to make 2 circuits our of 1. is this possible?

Quoted from "elandau" I need to add sprinklers to a lawn which is only supplied by a ¾” pipe and I cannot lay down another one. I’m looking for a timer/splitter I can put in series with my pipe which will detect that water is flowing and give 5 minutes to 1 pipe and 5 minutes to the other. Basically I’m trying to make 2 circuits out of 1. The problem is that if I put a standard timer, it’ll have to be totally in-sync with the main timer. Battery operation is desired but not required. Any sugges...