Irrigation Control Valves
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Sprinklers, bubblers, and risers are frequently damaged by lawn mowers, traffic and vandalism. The amount of water flowing through a damaged sprinkler is much greater then the flow rate of the sprinkler. As a result large amounts of water is wasted, this also disrupts system integrity, ground erosion, mosquito breeding and other potential liabilities.
Geyser STOP! is the simplest and most cost effective solution to save water from being wasted due to damaged irrigation systems. GeyserStop can pay for itself after just one day of having a broken sprinkler. Every Geyser STOP! is made out of top quality PVC plastic that EXCEEDS the industry standard and can withstand the toughest conditions.
The Geyser STOP! 2-way check valve will reduce or eliminate these problems by stopping the water flow to the sprinkler that has exceeded the normal flow rate. The Geyser STOP! allows the rest of the system to function normally, resetting itself when the cycle is complete. When the next cycle is initiated, the Geyser STOP! sets, stopping the flow to the damaged sprinkler, again and again. This means 24/7/365 protection to those damaged sprinklers that go unnoticed.
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Our industrial grade GeyserStop! GS750 is the go to choice for high flow irrigation systems. Featuring a 3/4" fitting and flow rates of 20 GPM over 150 PSI.
The GeyserStop! GS500 1/2" fitting size is designed for irrigation systems requiring up to 5 GPM flow rates up to 80 PSI.
The GeyserStop! 2-way check valve will reduce or eliminate these problems by stopping the water flow to the sprinkler that has exceeded the normal flow rate.