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Old 08-11-2011, 11:05 PM
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Is it gasketed pipe and fittings on the larger pipe?
What is the pressure?
This is what we use on large gasketed pipe repairs.
No gasketed pipe as far as I know. Pump pressure is somewhere around 90 but I think it may exceed that according to how many stations are on.

Those couplings seem too good to be true. Do they hold up under high pressure/
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Old 08-11-2011, 11:15 PM
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Sounds like a big leap to go from residential to Golf Course irrigation. but sounds awesome. send pics.
The same principles apply only on a much larger scale. There may be 4 or more valves wired on the same station which can be tricky. The biggest thing I had to learn was finding wire faults. Had to but new equipment and learn how to use it. But thanks to many here on this site I am getting it down.

There are 4 separate controllers that are not linked together. At some point I would like to change this and somehow link them together
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