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Paffkin

Active Member

Posts: 6

Location: Estonia

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Monday, September 29th 2003, 5:02am

Sprinklers for golf course?

Where is the main difference between normal sprinkler and sprinkler which are ment for Golf Course. I know that sprinklers for Golf Course are working with 10 bar pressure. Can I use regular sprinklers for golf course and if not then why?

Thank you for answering and all the information is welcome.

Paffkin

RVLI

Supreme Member

Posts: 460

Location: USA

2

Monday, September 29th 2003, 2:59pm

What kind of golf course are we talking about? One that gets lots of rounds every day, practice course, just a put together course for somone's hobby, what?

Just wondering, this will help me better answer your question.

Paffkin

Active Member

Posts: 6

Location: Estonia

3

Monday, September 29th 2003, 11:36pm

This is a proffesional Golf Course in Estonia. It means -25 in winter and +30 in summer period. There are 2 months with poor rain. Moisture level is high, mostly.

RVLI

Supreme Member

Posts: 460

Location: USA

4

Tuesday, September 30th 2003, 5:47pm

Are we talking celcius here?

bhungue2

Advanced Member

Posts: 70

Location: USA

5

Monday, October 6th 2003, 8:05am

I think it would have to be celsius since Estonia is in Europe - in Fahrenheit it would be from -13 to 86 degrees
Bhungue2

Paffkin

Active Member

Posts: 6

Location: Estonia

6

Thursday, October 9th 2003, 2:49am

Celcius it is. Sorry, I forgot that you use fahrenheit

RVLI

Supreme Member

Posts: 460

Location: USA

7

Thursday, October 9th 2003, 11:32am

You might want to try to go to www.rainbird.com or www.hunterindustries.com and clicking on their golf section. Another is www.toro.com

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