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Underhill Plastic Swing Joint 1/2" x 12" MPT x Street Elbow | A-SJ-5012

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Underhill A-SJ-5012 12" in. Swing Joint with 1/2" in. MPT x Street Elbow Connections

Swing Pipe (funny pipe) is ideal for installing sprayheads in difficult and hard-to-reach areas and also works well for relocating existing sprinklers. No two sprinkler systems are the same - each and every sprinkler system has its own obstacles and challenges. For example; the task of installing each and every sprinkler head flush with the ground would be endlessly difficult if there were not an adaptable, adjustable solution to make job simple, fast and cost effective!. For this reason, sprinkler head risers have been developed. There are a variety of different kinds of risers, and each has its own features and benefits, but the basic function and purpose is the same... to connect the lateral pipe (carrying the water from the mainline and through the valve) to the your sprinkler head of choice, while keeping it flush with the surface of the ground to prevent damage and provide optimal watering results.

  • 1/2" in. MPT Connections
  • 12" in. Length
  • For Easy Pipe-to-Sprinkler Head Connections
Brand:
Underhill
Weight:
0.1500
Fitting Size:
1/2" x 12"
PVC Connection:
MPT x Street Elbow
Fitting Material:
Plastic
Type:
Swing Joint
Color:
Black
Size (in.):
1/2" x 12"
Connection:
MPT x Street Elbow
Material:
Plastic
Type:
Swing Joint
Combination:
YES
Connection Type:
MPT x Street Elbow
Size (in.):
1/2" x 12"
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The price is great and they work well.
Black Oak Landscape on Oct 9, 2012
The price is great and they work well.
Black Oak Landscape on Oct 9, 2012