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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by txirrigation, Aug 6, 2011.
As they should be.
Ditto .... and a pic for dad.
Finally! You learned your trade well, my son.
Yea ... and that is Type K copper on a brass swing joint.
You mean that isn't threaded brass pipe?
Not that one .... depends on the location and job. This one is a threaded brass pipe.
Is that attached to the sprinkler main?
We have to put a sign on it warning that it is not potable water in english and spanish.
Then there is also the master valve regs that makes those things pointless.
Nice job though, been a while since I have seen an irrigator actually use sch. 80 when going to brass like they should.
Thanks. All my manifolds and constant pressure mains are almost always SCH80 on residential lots. Any metal to plastic transition is always SCH80, and a male fitting unless there is no other way.
Do you have to post a sign?
" will plumb spigots for food"