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DIG 1/4" Black Drip Line - (6" Emitter Spacing) (.52 GPH) (100') | ML-106

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DIG ML-106 1/4 in. Black Drip Line (6 in. Emitter Spacing) (100 feet)

  • 100 feet
  • 1/4" Tubing (.170 ID x .250 OD)
  • 6" Emitter Spacing (.52 GPH)
  • Black Drip Line
  • Non-Pressure Compensating
Weight:
1.300000
Purpose Or Function:
Dripline
Type:
Drip Line
Series:
1/4" Drip Line (170-6)
Material:
Polyethylene
Outer Diameter (in.):
.250"
Inner Diameter (in.):
.170"
Flow Rate:
0.52 GPH
Emitter Spacing (in.):
6
Size (in.):
1/4"
PSI:
25 PSI
Brand:
DIG
Product Type:
Drip Line
Emitter Spacing:
6"
Coil Length:
100'
Color:
Black
Tubing Size:
1/4"
Flow Rate:
0.52 GPH
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I use this in the vegetable garden for plants that need more water than the 12" spacing can provide,
B O on Jan 24, 2019
6" spacing dripline is not available locally so I have to go online
dhally on Oct 18, 2017
I use this in the vegetable garden for plants that need more water than the 12" spacing can provide,
B O on Jan 24, 2019
installing a new system from scratch
BROOKE S on Jan 31, 2018
6" spacing dripline is not available locally so I have to go online
dhally on Oct 18, 2017
will work
E C on Sep 24, 2017
Great way to water pots, tomatoes and berries
April M on Jun 25, 2017
I like them the best
G R on May 25, 2017
useful around fruit trees
Lady Bahamas on Apr 28, 2017
Better design that the old emitter heads.
W H on Jan 17, 2017
installing a new system from scratch
BROOKE S on Jan 31, 2018
will work
E C on Sep 24, 2017
Two questions:
Can you use more emitters on a string of 1/4 inch Pressure Compensated line by not using a pressure regulator and just using full pressure? How many can 0.58 gallon emitters can you run on one 1/4 inch line this way and how many on the entire system?
Could it be that Pressure Compensation means that each emitter puts out the same output even if one is way down a hill from the other?
Garberark on Dec 22, 2012
BEST ANSWER: I have only used about 25 ft on a row, but with the pressure regulator I can run three lines equalling 75 ft. You might get enough pressure at the end of the 100 ft without the regulator, but depends on how far from the supply line and the size of the supply line to the 1/4 inch line.
In the phrase DIG ML-106 1/4 in. Black Non-PC Micro Drip Line , what does "Non-PC" mean? Thanks.
A shopper on May 22, 2012
BEST ANSWER: "PC" means Pressure Compensating so it's obvious the non-PC means the product is non-pressure compensating. To fully understand what the differences are I suggest you call the very friendly people at DIG customer service at 1-800-322-9146 or 760-727-0914.
Hope this helped.
What is the pressure rating on your 1/4" dripline?
art b on Jan 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Drip is meant to be sub 35 psi, Can you run it on household pressure, sure, I've done it, but the flow rate changes, so you have to take that into account. Dig's site says 60 PSI max rating.