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What about the Velocity?

By David Harris on October 16, 2013 in Blog

A quality irrigation system should operate at a velocity of five feet-per-second or less. The effect of exceeding recommended line capacities for your irrigation system is increased velocity.

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Links Report: April 2013

By Dennis Wagner on April 12, 2013 in Newsletters

Ewing joins Hunter on a renovation project for Texas A&M University’s golf course.

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Ewing News: January 2013

By J.J. Markell, Ewing Irrigation on January 8, 2013 in Newsletters

Here’s a New Year’s resolution to get your business fit and healthy.

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Upselling residential sprinkler systems

By admin on October 5, 2012 in In The News

With the intensity of the bidding process increasing, and the tight turnarounds for bids in our current economy, many contractors are experiencing a reduction in overall profits.

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Smart Irrigation Month Resources Wrap Up

By Laura Ory on July 31, 2012 in Blog

Another great Smart Irrigation Month has come to a close, and hopefully more people have learned some ways they can save water in their landscape.

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How technology helps the irrigation industry

By admin on July 11, 2012 in In The News

There are a lot of irrigation advancements happening in the irrigation industry today.

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Making Sense of Water-Saving Sprinkler Nozzles

By Christine Hawkins on July 5, 2012 in Blog

When talking to customers about nozzles, the first thing I do is to help them understand precipitation rates by talking about rainfall.

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How to troubleshoot a sprinkler vacuum breaker

By admin on February 19, 2010 in In The News

The parts most likely to be affected according to Rick Decker of Ewing Irrigation of Las Vegas are the bonnet and the poppet assemblies.

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