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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by DanaMac, Oct 16, 2010.
ROFL. Now you speak for 99.9% of all irrigators around the world? WOW!
You never did explain how a slower closing MV helps with a zone valve that closes faster. You want to compare Griswold's valve sales to RB, Hunter, and TORO combined?
I wonder how many irrigation distributors have Griswold on their line cards.
When I started 30 years ago they were around but I haven't seen Griswold literature in ages. Awesome looking valve but price wise it is off the charts for the avg irrigator to even consider.
Seriously Pete .... you ever heard of a programmable master valve to zone valve delay? Keep on digging that hole bud.
Yea .... $82 dollars for a 1" brass valve is off the charts
Hole ..... dig
Ewing for one .... is that a big enough distributor for you?
The only hole is your inability to recognize that using a Griswold valve to solve your water hammer issues is a failure in common sense installation skills.
Yea ..... OK Pete .... whatever you say.
we no gots any Ewing around these parts, bubba ~ I have serviced systems with Griswold 2000 valves and Thompson rotors, and the valves could still stick open, and the heads could still stop turning, despite their impeccable pedigrees.