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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by DieselDeere, Aug 27, 2003.
What is a good range of CFM to blow out a 1" 13 GPM sprinckler line?
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We get the 185 as well and can do 2-3 zones at a time. These are all residentials. Commercial is usually one at a time.
By doing 2-3 zones at a time and with out meeting the customer (having them shut water off before we're there) I can do 15-25 in a day. Have done 30 in one long day before. Schedule as close as possible to avoind down time driving.
100-125 cfm at what pressure?
I play with the adjustment valve and get it to where the compressor shuts of at 70+ psi and runs wide open with one compressor valve open at 50-60 psi. We don't shut down between zones either. Let it the controller run and the air rip.
Do you agree with 100-125 CFM too?
I believe you can use a smaller compressor to blowout a 1" 13 gpm sprinkler line.
How much do you think?