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Simplify maintenance and protect your valves with our Plastic Valve Box. Crafted from durable plastic materials, this valve box provides a secure housing for your irrigation controls, shielding them from external elements. Enjoy the practicality and longevity of plastic construction in safeguarding your system's vital components.
Ningbo Yourun Landscape Irrigation Co., Ltd.
Ningbo Yourun Landscape Irrigation Co., Ltd is nearby the famous Ningbo port in China. We are professional China Plastic Irrigation Valve Box Manufacturers and Custom Plastic Valve box Suppliers . Garden Irrigation products are mainly inclusive Garden irrigation sprinklers, POP-UP sprinklers,Quick coupling water valve, Valve box, 360 Rotate swing joints, Disc&screen filter,Drip irrigation series ect. With created technology and good quality, reliable credit, rich experiences for many years that made our products have been greatly welcome in domestic market and all the world. Now workshop area is 8000 square meters, dozens of existing machinery and equipment, Like injection molding machine, Punch machine, welding machine etc. We accept the customized, OEM, ODM etc. We do hope that we have the chance with each customer from all the world on business cooperation in future. Our principle is "quality first, customer first", we sincerely welcome you to discuss business and have cooperation.
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Plastic Valve Box Industry knowledge
1.How do you properly install a Plastic Valve box for irrigation systems?
Proper installation of a plastic valve box for irrigation systems is essential to ensure easy access to valves, protection from damage, and efficient operation of the irrigation system. Here are the steps to install a plastic valve box:
Select the Location: Choose a location for the valve box that is easily accessible and provides adequate clearance around the valves. Ensure that the area is level and free from obstructions.
Excavate the Area: Use a shovel or trenching tool to excavate the area where the valve box will be installed. Dig a hole deep enough to accommodate the valve box and allow for proper clearance around the valves.
Prepare the Base: Ensure that the bottom of the excavation is level and free from debris. Add a layer of sand or gravel to the bottom of the hole to provide a stable base for the valve box.
Install the Valve Box: Place the plastic valve box into the excavation, ensuring that it sits level and flush with the surrounding ground. Adjust the depth of the hole as needed to achieve the desired height for the valve box.
Connect Valves: If the valves are not already installed, connect them to the irrigation pipes according to the manufacturer's instructions. Ensure that the valves are properly aligned and securely connected to the piping system.
Backfill Around the Valve Box: Carefully backfill the soil around the valve box, taking care not to disturb the position of the box or the valves. Tamp down the soil gently to ensure good compaction and stability.
Finish Grading: Use a rake or shovel to smooth out the soil around the valve box and create a seamless transition between the box and the surrounding ground. Ensure that the valve box cover will sit flush with the ground surface.
Install Cover: Place the cover onto the valve box, ensuring that it fits securely and provides protection for the valves inside. Some covers may require fasteners or screws to secure them in place.
Test the System: Once the valve box is installed and covered, test the irrigation system to ensure that the valves are functioning properly and there are no leaks or issues with water flow.
Mark Location: Finally, mark the location of the valve box on the surface of the ground to make it easy to locate in the future for maintenance or repairs.

2.How do you prevent damage to plastic valve boxes from lawn equipment?
Preventing damage to plastic valve boxes from lawn equipment involves implementing some proactive measures to ensure their protection. 
Proper Placement: Install the plastic valve boxes in locations that are less likely to be traversed by lawn equipment. Avoid placing them in the direct path of lawnmowers, trimmers, or other heavy machinery.
Clear Markings: Clearly mark the locations of the plastic valve boxes with visible stakes or markers to alert anyone operating lawn equipment to avoid those areas.
Protective Barriers: Surround the plastic valve boxes with small barriers or borders, such as decorative rocks or low fencing, to create a physical barrier between them and the lawn equipment.
Raising the Boxes: Install the plastic valve boxes slightly above ground level, ensuring they are raised enough to be easily visible but not so high as to pose a tripping hazard. This can also prevent them from being accidentally hit by lawnmower blades.
Regular Inspection: Routinely inspect the plastic valve boxes for any signs of damage or wear, particularly after mowing or landscaping activities. Repair or replace any damaged boxes promptly to prevent further deterioration.
Education and Awareness: Ensure that anyone operating lawn equipment in the area is aware of the presence of plastic valve boxes and the importance of avoiding them to prevent damage.
Use Caution: When maneuvering lawn equipment near plastic valve boxes, operators should proceed with caution and be mindful of their surroundings to avoid accidental collisions.