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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unlimited1 View Post
    the system is dry until a sprinkler head pops, it keeps the heads from corrosion and pipes from bursting at freezing temps....you will hear a huge rush of air before the water comes out...
    Not all systems are dry...

    http://www.macsystems.co/2015/01/27/...nkler-systems/

    Wet systems cost less and are easier to set up.


    On a dry system he might have had up to 60 seconds to plug the pipe or shut off the water before the water reached the heads....
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    Quote Originally Posted by BALloyd View Post
    Not all systems are dry...

    http://www.macsystems.co/2015/01/27/...nkler-systems/

    Wet systems cost less and are easier to set up.


    On a dry system he might have had up to 60 seconds to plug the pipe or shut off the water before the water reached the heads....
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    that is listed from 2015, i will tell you wet is not allowed in my area on any new construction since 2010 unless its an older building that was pre existing..the pipes burst in colder temps...

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