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180-Degree Spray Jets (10-Pack)

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Keep your landscaping looking its best with DIG's 180-Degree Spray Jets (10-Pack). Slow application of water means less runoff and increased soil absorption. Easily connects to 1/4 in. micro tubing or 1/4 in. rigid risers.

  • Ideal for larger, wide areas such as flowerbeds, ground cover and shrubs
  • Up to 6 ft. radius in coverage in a 180° pattern
  • Made of durable high-quality materials for a long life in the landscape
  • Provides up to 14 GPH

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How are these installed?

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Do I need a 1/4" tube (branched off with t fitting) from my main line for each of these or can these be installed straight into my main 1/4" line?
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They are designed to thread into the end of either 1/4 in tubing or 1/4 in rigid riser. If you are using 1/4 in main line, calculate what you can support (the additional increment) with other emitters/microsprayers and friction losses. (Recommend http://www.irrigationtutorials.com/drip-irrigation-design-guidelines-basics-of-measurements-parts-and-more/.) They can put out a surprising amount of water Read More
They are designed to thread into the end of either 1/4 in tubing or 1/4 in rigid riser. If you are using 1/4 in main line, calculate what you can support (the additional increment) with other emitters/microsprayers and friction losses. (Recommend http://www.irrigationtutorials.com/drip-irrigation-design-guidelines-basics-of-measurements-parts-and-more/.) They can put out a surprising amount of water (especially compared to drip emitters). 1/4 in off of 1/2 in main line would be more common. Regardless, they are meant to be held vertically -- the water comes out of the slot in the top of the fitting in a fan. Also verify the pressure your system is operating on. It is not stated, but from the description I infer that these are designed for a 25 psi system (i.e. including a pressure reducer from typical household pressure). Read Less
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I need to water the a small back yard.it was seeded ,I do not have a sprinkler system

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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by These sprinkler heads are great! After a lot of trial and error, I now only use this type of micro sprinkler head for my drip system. The coverage is great in my garden. July 20, 2010
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