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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by TRILAWNCARE, May 18, 2009.
And there it is, that damn RM again. Keep your toy pics out of the mans thread.
Gezz, went down today, ran auto limits for flow and amperage, took some pics to bother Kiril, checked weather station operation and bailed. I respect what TRI is doing, though it's not a client site; he's taking it to a level that hardly anyone can afford, much less maintain, except him.
Same can be said for my putting green, or anyones toys at home. But they are pleasing to the owner, so more power to it.
That filter is just for the temporary pump set up. I have a 1 1/2" Netafim 140 mesh disk filter that will go on the perm. install.
Geez. And to think at my house I still have open trenches from last year, bundles of pipe, and pallets of rock laying around the front driveway. Built my house in 2002 and still haven't gotten to laying one pipe...made a lot of plans though.
Don't feel bad; the best I did in twenty-five years of high-end installs was a couple of quick couples and Gardenas at my place.
I've got a fabulous 9 zone 6" valve box system. You couldn't pull what's in my place. And none of my ditches have more than three friggin pipes.
When you stack pipe on top of each other, always plan for the one on the bottom to blow. "Leary's Law".
Didn't I see a link for the install instructions for the ultra sonic transducer in here somewhere? (I know that sounds like I'm kidding, but I'm serious).
With all your kids, why should you need one?