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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by HokieAg07, Aug 6, 2008.
Like yours is quality?
mine is the hottness
I'll give it up shortly.....
Something wrong with a I-40 you've never installed?
What's up with ML? Did we forget to take our happy medicine again?
I have a few exes that needed that poster, they were the poster child for bipolar. Theres the poster.
Back to irrigation
Been working on a project lately that has been quite a challenge. I was called in to fix somebody's mess. It is an entrance to a new development consisting of 29 zones on a Hunter ICC with a 3/4 mile run of multi strand off the golf course water with a PRV. When I arrived only the 1st 15 zones worked, the rest didnt have continuity. A quick overview of the site showed that I had my work cut out. Multi was sticking out of the ground everywhere just cut and chopped up. Got 10 zones working after much pulsing and tracking. Today's project was getting last 4 zones working. Determined the common was cut after the last operating valve. Thought it would be an easy fix...
Tried pulling the wiring up out of the valve box, couldnt do it so started digging the box up. Hmm odd way to run the pipe eh?
Is what I think is going on here really going on?
No effin way...
Awesome thrust block
Forgot to turn the water off before demolition
Happened to have my inverter in the truck..
Splices on the property
Got everything repaired and excavated
Couldnt get any valves down the line to ohmn or anything. Shot voltage down the line, had 26V down there but as soon as a solenoid was hooked up it dropped to zero. Wire is rotten as hell, property manager doesnt want to pull new wire so we are installing 2 SVC-200's tomorrow.
Great pics, Chris, especially the "water features". I guess our only hope would be the
schlock that did that would have just joined the forum and found his "work" worldwide.
Thanks for the shoe in pic #1. Are we picking you up on the way to Kentucky?