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1/2 in. x 250 ft. 1-GPH Pressure Compensating Emitter Tubing with 18 in. Spacing

1/2 in. x 250 ft. 1-GPH Pressure Compensating Emitter Tubing with 18 in. Spacing

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  • $ 8222


Use for commercial and residential applications, DIG's drip irrigation products may be exempt from residential and commercial watering restrictions (check local codes) . Use for groundcover, roses, shrubs, plantings in narrow areas, vegetable gardens, or looping around trees, ideal for installation on difficult terrain such as on slopes, in oddly shaped areas, and on windy sites . Flow regulated, self-flushing inline emitters deliver equal flow at a wide range of operating pressures and over a long length of drip line . Reduced clogging due to large labyrinth water passage and to the drip emitter's filter intake area being continuously flushed by the water flow . Designed for placement in both new and existing landscape areas including green-roof areas . Accepts standard 0.700 in. O.D. compression fittings or 17mm insert barb fittings . Flexible tubing for easy installation, no special tools or glue are needed

DIG’s 1/2 in. 1-GPH pressure compensating (PC) Emitter tubing with 18 in. Spacing consists of 250 ft. of drip tubing with a 1-GPH pressure compensating (PC) drip emitters built into the interior wall of the tubing every 18 in. Each pressure compensating (PC) drip emitter continuously adjusts to varying incoming water pressures ranging from 10 to 50 psi, ensuring a constant flow rate regardless of any elevation along the line. In addition, the drip emitter’s self-flushing mode allows particles to pass harmlessly through, providing reliable performance and a longer life. 1/2 in. 1-GPH pressure compensating (PC) Emitter tubing with 18 in. Spacing can be used for all type of plantings, including groundcover, shrubs, loops around trees, for watering individual plants along the drip line, or for complete coverage of an area when multiple lines of drip line are placed with 16 in. to 24 in. between the lines. The drip line can also be utilized around a house foundation to reduce soil movement and slab damage, and it can be used on - grade and covered with mulch.

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