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Sunday, July 7th 2013, 9:02am

by Wet_Boots

None whatsoever. Operating range of the heads have nothing to do with the actual pressure they can withstand.

Sunday, July 7th 2013, 2:41am

by pman

Pressure specifications of Hunter rotors

The spec sheet of the pgj lists psi range from 30-50 psi.
Is that the total pressure going into the system?

I just measured the pressure of the hose bib directly upstream of my sprinkler system, and it read 70 psi.

What negative effects will this have?