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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by johnnyaqua, Jul 31, 2007.
How many of you have used an indexing valve and if so what do you think of them?
Oh God, here we go again. There is a thread to this somewhere..thanks that I never had to
deal with this!
Search for the Fimco brand name, and bring a lunch.
(by the way, indexing valves are almost exclusively a Florida thing)
Yes there are lot of them here in Florida. I was curious if they were used "up north"?
It's tough to winterize through an indexing valve. Operating on air is not in their job description.
Read my avatar and do a search for my experience with the upside down FIMCO. Indexing valves are great for septic tanks that need to flush water and you want it to go to a different place each time. For irrigation they are a bad bad idea and will get you tortured on this site.