Originally Posted by LawnMastersTx
We are using a central irrigation system on campus, Calsense. When a problem occurs at night due to a break, stuck valve, etc., then the system shuts down that zone and alerts me in the morning so I can send my guys to fix it. On average we have 125 high flows at night during a given month.
That's 4 or more per nite, what's the major reason?
Did you have any input when selecting the system or was it soley the LA's spec?
How do you like Calsense?
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