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DIG 3/4" Black Polyethylene Tubing (.820 ID x .940 OD) (60 PSI) (250') | 14-000

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14-000 3/4 in. Black Polyethylene Tubing (.820 ID x .940 OD) (60 PSI) (250 ft.)

  • 250 feet
  • 3/4" Tubing (.820 ID x .940 OD)
  • Maximum Operating Pressure: 60 PSI
  • Black Polyethylene
  • Contains antioxidant to protect against thermal degradation
Weight:
18.0000
Purpose Or Function:
Poly Supply
Type:
Poly Tubing
Series:
3/4" Poly (820)
Material:
Polyethylene
Outer Diameter (in.):
.940"
Inner Diameter (in.):
.820"
Color:
Black
Size (in.):
3/4"
PSI:
60 PSI
Brand:
DIG
Product Type:
Poly Tubing
Coil Length:
250'
Color:
Black
Tubing Size:
3/4"
Average Rating:
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Good, but was kinked in paces
It's good for the price, but the inner winding on the spool was wound too tight resulting in the last 50' or so having kinks every couple feet. I was able to squeeze most of them back into round, but it's worrying that they may either leak or get crushed easily when buried underground.
September 12, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Semi satisfield customer
I received all that I ordered on a timely basis.

The tube connector repair parts were hard to find and SW had them.

The tubing size I needed was hard to find and SW had them.

My only issue was that the tubing was rolled into a small diameter roll and about two thirds of the tubing is un-useable due to the tubing kinks and crease that are likely to fracture.
I have enough for my job the rest is useless except for small repair jobs..
November 11, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
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Why did you choose this?
SprinklerWarehouse.com Store
Only needed about 150'
Frank B on Jun 7, 2017
Price
T H on Apr 16, 2017
Only needed about 150'
Frank B on Jun 7, 2017
to finish installing irrigation sys
M A on Apr 30, 2017
Price
T H on Apr 16, 2017
Rainbird is the best product line. Long lasting and have higher end drip systems.
D R on Apr 9, 2017
to finish installing irrigation sys
M A on Apr 30, 2017
Rainbird is the best product line. Long lasting and have higher end drip systems.
D R on Apr 9, 2017
what is the psi?
Melayni P on Feb 15, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Pounds or pound force per square inch. Or the amount of water pressure this tubing can handle
Is there 200 psi? I need 3/4" black poly water line, live in rural area in northern NM.
A shopper on Nov 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Why would you need 200 psi for drip irrigation? PVC is 200 psi. The poly at SW IS 60. I'M sure there is commercial poly available .
What is the maximum flow through this pipe? I was hoping to use this on a lateral line running at 6 GPM / 40PSI.
Chris M on Jun 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Max flow would be what you put into it.. if your input is 5gpm at 40 psi then depending on THAT pipes physical size. If this line is smaller then you will have more psi but the same flow. If the line isbigger than this tubing is then this black tubeing will haveless psi but more flow.. In the end its 6gpm... The ? will be what is on the other end that would restrict the flow This line probably wont be substantial enough for an in ground sprinkler system due to rocks- sharp stones or critters ( gophers) that tend to knaw on stuff.
What is the flexibility in turns of making u-turns and will it work with PVC glue and connectorys?
A shopper on Jul 23, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Per the factory, minimum radius = 1'. It is not designed to work with PVC cement and fittings. You won't get a proper bond between the two materials.
What is the thickness of DIG Black Poly Tubing 3/4" x 250' | 14-000?
Will S on Aug 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I haven’t measured it, but by the description, the wall thickness would be 0.060”, approximately 1/16 of an inch.
Does this fit normal 3/4" fittings and use the same glue as PVC pipe?
david b on Jan 10, 2012