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DIG 1/2" Brown Polyethylene Tubing (.570 ID x .670 OD) (60 PSI) (100') | 31-016B

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31-016B 1/2 in. Brown Polyethylene Tubing (100 feet)

  • 100 feet
  • 1/2" Tubing (.570 ID x .670 OD)
  • Maximum Operating Pressure: 60 PSI
  • Brown Polyethylene
  • Contains antioxidant to protect against thermal degradation
Weight:
4.0000
Purpose Or Function:
Poly Supply
Type:
Poly Tubing
Series:
1/2" Poly (570)
Material:
Polyethylene
Outer Diameter (in.):
.670"
Inner Diameter (in.):
.570"
Color:
Brown
Size (in.):
1/2"
PSI:
60 PSI
Brand:
DIG
Product Type:
Poly Tubing
Coil Length:
100'
Color:
Brown
Tubing Size:
1/2"
Average Rating:
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Works like a charm
this works just as advertised. Be sure you let it 'warm' in the syn (as per instructions). I used it to 'drip' water six raised beds. It is working great and I am so pleased I found SprinklerWarehouse. They had exactly the things I needed to build a watering system for my raised beds. 10 star rating for both the tubing and the Company.
June 27, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Worked perfectly. Exactly matched my existing system.
June 23, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Great color for above-ground landscaping, but thin walled
Due to the color of the tubing, it blended in very well with the landscaping. However, the wall thickness of the tubing was extremely thin compared to other tubing I use. I could recommend his a lot higher, but don't simply don't know how it will hold up over the long haul. Thicker is better.
April 7, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
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Why did you choose this?
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Very durable supply line. Have used before.
Jeff H on Sep 27, 2018
Have this same tubing in existing system
A E on Jul 5, 2018
Very durable supply line. Have used before.
Jeff H on Sep 27, 2018
maches the color of the bark
M E on Aug 14, 2018
Have this same tubing in existing system
A E on Jul 5, 2018
I wanted a color other than black.
B O on Jun 18, 2018
Only store near me to carry this brown tubing
A J on Jun 8, 2018
Because of the color. I thought it was closer to the color of the ground.
W Y on Jun 5, 2018
Blends in w landscape better than black
S C on Jun 1, 2018
needed part that performs for a reasonable price price ok
larry s on Apr 20, 2018
Irrigation Distribution matches my rock color
D R on Mar 25, 2018
color
L E on Nov 6, 2017
Blends with house trim and ground
K E on Aug 13, 2017
I want it to blend in with the brown mulch
howard b on Jul 7, 2017
Only brown mainline blank tubing I could find in 1/2".
S C on Apr 21, 2017
Best product for the project.
Jeffrey O on Dec 7, 2016
maches the color of the bark
M E on Aug 14, 2018
I wanted a color other than black.
B O on Jun 18, 2018
Is there a difference between this brown tubing and the black poly tubing?
Mike F on Aug 4, 2012
Will Raindrip and rain Bird fittings (compression type) work with this brown tubing?
D H S on Aug 2, 2014
Is this tubing soft and flexible or hard and stiff?
A shopper on May 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Its a stiff plastic type but not rigid like schedule 40 PVC. Set it in the sun for a bit and you can work with it with ease. I used it for main lines in my flower beds and tap off of it with 1/4" tubing with mini sprinkler heads. Momma thanked me!
Does this tubing have holes for emitters?
Lester L on Jul 18, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Surprisingly, no!

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.

Matthew
Do you have the brown thermal hdpe in 3/4 or 1 inch?
William V on Aug 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hey William, I'm not really sure what you are asking. I purchased the 1/2" brown poly tubing, 2 rolls of each, with and without emitters. They both work great.
Are the emitters installed on this tubing? If so, what are the emitter intervals, application rates, and recommended row spacing?
Andrew P on Mar 8, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Emitters can be installed directly to the 1/2" brown flexible transfer hose, but in my opinion, that is not the most effective use.
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.
Joe Wyant
Is this solid or with emitters?
Diana S on Apr 1, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Solid, it is a quality tubing and was easy to work with.
Can this tubing be buried underground?
A shopper on May 21, 2019