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    #16
    Well, your new valves could be put in the same place as Gardena, but you will have to buy/build and enclosure for them, and empty them manualy before winter.

    Instead of that, I did not burry the new valves, and put them somewhere else on the pipe, and replaced the old vaves with these low-cost self-emptying devices that can be burried.

    You only need one device at the lowest point.

    The problem is that Gardena's sprinklers are no good and I decided to change them also for rainbird.
    BUT, rainbirds are NOT self-emptying (as Gradena are), so be careful ...
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      #17
      Are the rainbirds not suitable for burieng in the ground directly ? Do they need an enclosure ?

      The gardena's can be put in the ground directly. At least, that's what the manual says.

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        #18
        rainbird valves have to be put in an enclosure if burried
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