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DIG 12 - 35 PSI Adjustable Pressure Regulator 3/4" FPT | 18-008

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ADJUSTABLE PRESSURE REGULATOR

Direct acting adjustable pressure regulator designed where accurate and reliable control of line pressure is needed.

Model
Description
18-008
Adjustable Pressure Regulator 12-35 PSI

  • Adjustable with a single screw
  • Maximum Incoming pressure 125 PSI
  • 3/4" FNPT x 3/4" FNPT

  • Flow Rates: .2-22 GPH
  • Pressure Range: 12-35 PSI
  • Maximum Working Pressure: 125 PSI
  • Weight: .75lbs
  • 3/4" FNPT

  • Body: Plastic
  • Actuator: Plastic
  • Roling Diaphragm: Nylon Reinforced Neoprene
  • Spring: Stainless Steel 304

  • 4"H x 3.44"W
Back to: Drip Irrigation
Brand:
DIG
Weight:
0.300000
Color:
Black
Flow Rate:
.2 - 22 GPM
Series:
Dig Adjustable Pressure Regulators
Type:
Inline Pressure Regulator
Product Type:
Inline Pressure Regulator
Pressure Regulator Size:
3/4"
PSI:
12 - 35 PSI
Connection:
FPT
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I needed to regulate down to less than 15 psi and this was the very thing I needed to accomplish that
R U on Oct 19, 2018
Need
Ronald S on Jun 7, 2018
I needed to regulate down to less than 15 psi and this was the very thing I needed to accomplish that
R U on Oct 19, 2018
upgrading my previous system
Bill on Jun 16, 2018
Need
Ronald S on Jun 7, 2018
This was for a DIY project with raised garden beds. The previous 25PSI inline regulator was still too much pressure/water. Hopefully this is the answer. This was the only adjustable I could find in this price range.
J E on May 26, 2018
upgrading my previous system
Bill on Jun 16, 2018
This was for a DIY project with raised garden beds. The previous 25PSI inline regulator was still too much pressure/water. Hopefully this is the answer. This was the only adjustable I could find in this price range.
J E on May 26, 2018
does this reg install before the valves on the suppl line?
A shopper on Oct 9, 2011
BEST ANSWER: You are, I take it, meaning before the drip system valves? If so, these are designed for dynamic pressure after the valves. If you need to reduce the inlet pressure before the valves (as I did) you are better off placing a static (whole home type) regulator before the valves. My pressure was so great I did this and then refined the drip line pressure after the valves with 3/4" Dig adjustable regulators.
Anyone try to measure the pressure coming out of this regulator? I hooked up a water pressure gauge after this regulator and the pressure read anywhere from 40-60psi on the gauge. I couldn't get the pressure down anywhere near the suggested range.
John H on May 12, 2012
Can I get this for a 1 inch line instead of 3/4 inch line?
A shopper on Apr 4, 2012
BEST ANSWER: I have not seen one on this site but there is one made and I believe by appearence it is a Dig manufacture regulator. It runs 20-50 PSI. I would question why you would want to put one on a 1 inch line. Most practical drip lines run 1/2 to 5/8 to 3/4 for effectiveness and cost savings of material. I have 1" main lines controled by heavy brass static regulators.
Does this include a strainer in its' wye design?
Wesley S on Feb 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No strainer...but Sprinkler Warehouse should be able to answer this fundamental question about their product without passing it off.
how do u adj the pressure
A shopper on May 24, 2011
BEST ANSWER: Hi there, this regulator is very easy to adjust, you simply use a small screwdriver to pop off the white plastic cap on the top of the regulator and there is a flathead type screw under it. Turn this screw in the "+" direction to increase pressure, or "-" direction to decrease pressure.

Regards,

Rod.
What type of fittings is required to connect to a 1/2 " riser and /or 1/2" pvc pipe?
DeaN l on Sep 17, 2013
Can this regulator be used before the valve (under constant pressure)?
Lucas on Jan 2, 2013