DIG 1/2" Brown Polyethylene Tubing
(.570 ID x .670 OD) (60 PSI) (100')
- Coil Length: 100 feet
- 1/2" Tubing (.570 ID x .670 OD)
- Maximum Operating Pressure: 60 PSI
Features & Benefits
DIG premium polyethylene drip tubing is designed to meet all installation requirements for drip irrigation or low-volume irrigation systems for commercial, agriculture and residential applications.
Made of low-density polyethylene resin with a minimum of 2% carbon black, the polyethylene tubing exhibits a combination of outstanding environmental stress-cracking resistance and burst strength.
- Contains antioxidant to protect the drip tubing from thermal degradation with a minimum of 2% concentrated carbon black resin added
- The polyethylene drip tubing exhibits a combination of outstanding environmental stress-cracking resistance and burst strength
- Use with our wide range of compression and barbed fittings
- Contains Dow 7510 premium resins
- Brown Polyethylene
- Coil length 100 feet
- Operating pressure: up to 60 PSI (4.2 BAR)
- Contains antioxidant to protect against thermal degradation
- Material: Dow FINGERPRINT™ premium grade, DFDA-7510 NT linear low-density polyethylene resin with a minimum of 2% carbon black
- Dimensions: .570" ID x .670" OD (14.5 mm x 17.0 mm)
- wall thickness: .050" (1.3 mm)
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9 months ago
I used my awl to make the holes where I needed them, so that was actually better.
I don't know if the original install used tubes with holes, or if the installation company put in the holes themselves.
Use your installation tool to install a plastic connector directly into the 1/2" hose and then connect a liberal length of black 1/4" hose to the plastic connecting devise and place your emitter in/on the end of that 1/4" hose. This method will provide you a flexible length to maneuver your emitter precisely "spot on."
In lieu of an emitter, you can also attache a "T" splitter devices to the end of the 1/4" black hose and then run two additional 1/4" hoses from that connection to two spits with emitters on the ends. The possible extensions utilizing this method are only restricted by your allowable water pressure.
The amount of connections to your main brown 1/2" hose are also virtually unlimited, depending upon your existing water pressure.