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Steven Plante

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Location: USA


Monday, May 19th 2003, 7:42am

New Sprinkler system

Installing a new system myself. Have yard all mapped out.
PSI= 60
GPM at 40psi = 5.4
GPM at 45psi = 4.2
GPM at 50psi = 3.7

Would appreciate suggestions regarding water pressure, types of rotors, risers, spray heads, valves, etc.


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Monday, May 19th 2003, 10:46am

What's the GPM at 60 PSI? Is 60 PSI max pressure? More info. please.


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Tuesday, May 20th 2003, 4:33am

How many sq ft is your yard? Do you have a well or city water?



Rays Sprinklers

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Sunday, May 25th 2003, 5:17pm

Out of curiosity, how does the GPM flow increase, as pressure goes down?

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Monday, November 23rd 2015, 12:49am


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Monday, November 23rd 2015, 6:33am


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