|Posted by Curt on April 19, 19100 at 10:35:51:|
|In response to Re: Specs for Irragation system pump|
Yeah, I know you could design the system, then look at the gpm of each sprinler head in each zone, etc, etc, However, I am probably going to install a pump just supplying some lines to run big standalone sprinklers this year, then see about sinking more money in for the inground system. I suspect for a given size property, the pump requirements are fairly predictable. So I wanted to get something that looks like it would take care of the inground irragation system.
: You should design the lawn irrigation system first and then provide a pump that will supply its needs. While designing it, you should also consider the potential pumps that are available within your budget. It is sort of a catch 22, since one will affect the other.
: : Anyone have some suggestions for a pump for an lawn irragation system. I would like to pump out of my pond. I don't need much suction lift. I have approximately 3600 sq ft of lawn. I would like to know typical gpm and pressure requirements for a lawn sprinkler system.
: : Thanks in aadvance.
: : -Curt
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