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    Re: underground water lines, what size plumbing

    This is a guess, but I'd bet your well was tested by the well driller at 20GPM. That does not mean you are pumping at 20 GPM, as you found when you did the bucket test. Pumping 20gpm generally takes...
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    Re: underground water lines, what size plumbing

    Spray heads need 15-25psi generally. Otherwise, they will mist instead of spraying. My note about the psi was just for those pop-up spray heads.In this example, these Rainbird spray nozzles want...
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    Re: underground water lines, what size plumbing

    There are tricks to irrigation. Like, most spray heads, only want a max of 25psi. If you go over 25pis, they mist instead of spray, and do not give you good coverage.

    And, head to head coverage......
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    Re: underground water lines, what size plumbing

    Intersect the main before it runs in to the house. Don't use the 1/2" line from the house. 1/2" is too small, and limits flow. Make sure to put a shutoff valve on this new water supply line. You most...
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