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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Buck_wheat, Oct 29, 2010.
I see, now I know why the customer said "oh well"
It's no worse than a DCVA on an irrigation system.
less talk more pictures!!
These are AWESOME!
That's whay I love S. Florida. If you just wait, some hackers handyman special will break and TA_DA!! WORK!
How is that?
All Fire sprinkler systems are DCVA's too
You gonna complain about this picture too? a 6" fire dcva I tested yesterday in a vault 10' down. Get with the program and accept different regions have different rules and stop complaining about it
did you have to pump out the pit
we actually didn't
We first went there 2 months ago and there was water 3' above the dcva. Told the client we would have to rent a trash pump to get the water out. They wanted to wait it out instead to see if it drained some.
I put on some hip waiters and did the test..it twas gross!
Hope you still charged an adverse conditions surcharge.
Hope you charged a confined space permiting and entry surcharge.
Fixed a break on a lateral at a Mcdonalds that was 3" below grade, go figure it broke. Anyway boss goes over to find the SVC near the drive thru, because whenever Mcdonalds remodels the drive thrus they make sure to hack everything and blame it on others. Anyway, long story short the mower ate the box lid and the svc is a 1/2" below the grass with no cover. D'oh! Wish I had a camera. Like the pic with the 5000 series elbowed down maybe mount some along a gutter?
i mentioned this in another thread but here is the pic. 1-1/2" gas line to a generator with no tracer and it was 8" down.