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When you're the grounds keeper for a golf course, you know how important it is to keep things green during the active season. That means you need to keep the irrigation system up and running. After all, a broken irrigation system can spell disaster for your greens. However, once winter arrives, your golf course sprinkler system will need to be shut down properly. This is particularly important if your golf course is located in a region that experiences freezing temperatures. The last thing you want is to have your irrigation system suffer catastrophic damage from freezing temperatures during the winter. That's where proper shut-down procedures come in to play. Here are four important steps you need to take when shutting your irrigation system down for the winter.
Drain the Water from the Lines
When it comes to your professional irrigation system, one of the worst things you can do is leave water in the lines. Even a small amount of water can freeze during the winter. When it does, it's going to destroy your irrigation system. Once you shut down your irrigation for the winter, you'll need to drain all the water from the lines. Turn the water off and run your sprinklers through a cycle. The cycle will remove most of the water from the lines. Once you've run it through the cycle, use compressed air to blow the residual water out of the lines.
Shut Down the Pumping Station
Once you've turned the water off to the irrigation system, and drained the lines, you'll need to shut down the pumping station. Failing to shut down the pumping station could result in serious problems, especially if the pump were to be activated while the water was off. If the pump were to run without sufficient water, the entire system will overheat, which could mean that the pumping station will need to be replaced in the spring. You can avoid that costly problem by ensuring that the pumping station is shutdown for the winter.
Replace the Electronic Control Board
If it's been a while since you replaced the electronic control board on your irrigation system, now would be a good time to take care of that. Your electronic control board regulates the entire irrigation system. If it's not working properly, your golf course isn't going to receive proper irrigation, which can be disastrous in the golf industry. Now that winter is here, take the opportunity to have the electronic control board replaced on your irrigation system. That way, your system will be ready to go once spring arrives.Share
1 March 2018