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Sprinkler Valve Differences
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Author:  Spudtech [ Wed Jul 09, 2003 12:00 am ]
Post subject:  Sprinkler Valve Differences

Originaly posted by Bartman007,
I've been thinkin about building a small sprinkler based gun, around here I can find plenty of 1" anti-siphon valves for <$15 but I can't find any in-lines for less than $25.
My question is, are there any disadvantages to using an anti-siphon valve over an inline? (besides the obvious problem with larger barrels.)


P.S. Of course, I will make it pneumatically actuated.

Author:  Spudtech [ Wed Jul 09, 2003 1:00 am ]
Post subject:  are you sure...

Originaly posted by PCGUY112887,
are you sure it isn't the other way around? All of the in-line here are about 15, and the other about 25$. Go to www.homedeopt.com, and search for inline sprinkler valves. Under the "zip code" entry thingy, use 62234. You will find an in-line Watermaster for about 13$. And even though you entered 62234, taht will still ship it to anywhere, with the same shipping cost.

Author:  Spudtech [ Wed Jul 09, 2003 8:00 am ]
Post subject:  I am sure

Originaly posted by Bartman007,
I have seen 1" Rainmaster Anti-Siphon valves around here for $10 at OSH. I'll check HomeDepot again because I haven't been there in over two months...
I wouldn't mind ordering online but my credit card account is linked to my mom's account so she can go through the statement, and seeing as I owe her $3400 already (stupid car... hehe) She'll get pissed if I buy something that is "non-essential" I would much rather buy it in person with cash.

Back to the original question, is there any difference performance wise between an inline and an anti-siphon valve?


Author:  Spudtech [ Wed Jul 09, 2003 8:00 am ]
Post subject:  heck...

Originaly posted by someguynamedchris,
just get one from joel it is $16.99 but i am not sure how mutch shipping is.


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