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cronin

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1

Sunday, May 20th 2012, 10:59pm

No Pressure to one station.

I irrigate an acre of lawn from a well and have 15 different station valves with no more than 5 sprinklers per valve. All stations provide good pressure with one exception Three of these sprinklers on this station are below grade by 3 feet. No even sure where to start determining the problem. Yhank to anyone who will listen

Wet_Boots

Supreme Member

Posts: 3,880

Location: Metro NYC

2

Monday, May 21st 2012, 7:08am

sprinklers "three feet below grade" doesn't make much sense, unless you are saying a yard-deep of fill was added to the area

cronin

New Member

3

Monday, May 21st 2012, 9:14am

No Pressure to one station.

Ill Phrased ! Two sprinklers are on flat ground. Three other sprinklers are down hill from the others by 2 - 3 feet. I don't know if that has anything to do with pressure loss?

wsommariva

Supreme Member

Posts: 332

Location: Northern New Jersey

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Monday, May 21st 2012, 9:20am

Downhill heads get more pressure I believe. Checking valve operation and leaks for that zone is a start.

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