A: You need a pump or city water with a psi that is adequate for residential use. I think 10 psi is a little low, but if the manufacturer says so, try it out.
A: Yes this can. 10 psi is needed to seat the indexing valve properly. However, it will operate at pressures as low as 6 psi with the low flow stem and disc. If you contact the manufacturer they are very willing to help you out. Small family owned business.
A: This can be caused by various issues. Is the 3 zone cam installed? Is the third zone higher than the valve causing backflow? Call the manufacturer...they are very very helpful. It is a small family business. Their number is 561-624-3308
A: you have to cut pipes to level out the 4 zones, make sure valve fits and is seated correctly, look at the water feed from pump and you can reattach to current pump feed line, if not you may to extend that line to fit, worked fine
|Brand||Orbit||FIMCO MANUFACTURING INC.||FIMCO MANUFACTURING INC.||FIMCO MANUFACTURING INC.|
|Name||1 in. FPT Anti-Siphon Valve with 3/4 in. Reducer||1 in. Mini 4 Outlet Indexing Valve with 2, 3 and 4 Zone Cams||1-1/4 in. Mini 6 Outlet Mini Indexing Valve with 5 and 6 Zone Cams||1-1/2 in. Standard 4 Outlet Indexing Valve with 2, 3 and 4 Zone Cams|
|Inlet Size (in.)||1||1||1.25||1.5|
|Irrigation System Component||Valve||Valve||Valve||Valve|
|Connection||Female Pipe Thread||Slip-Joint||Slip-Joint||Slip-Joint|
|Outlet Size (in.)||2 or less||2 or less||2 or less||2 or less|
|Installation||Above Ground||Above Ground||Above Ground||Above Ground|
|THD SO SKU||0000387879|
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