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Old 12-28-2012, 10:23 AM
Kiril Kiril is offline
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Originally Posted by RandalatA1Sprinklers View Post
well not to sound like an idiot but wouldnt du be the same thing as mpr? I know you cant get exact mpr but you can get it close enough to avoid stripes in the lawn. been in the business a lot of years and went to the rain bird acedemy and have never heard the term du
No offense Randal, but if you haven't heard of DU then you need to go back to the academy. Matched precipitation rate applies to sprinkler nozzle output (in this case) in a given area. It has essentially no meaning with respect to the entire area being irrigated. In other words, just because you have "matched" precipitation rate between your nozzles in no way means you have a uniform PR over the entire area ..... a.k.a. DU.
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