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Model # B35

Internet # 100175565

Store SKU # 382362

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1/2 in. x 50 ft. Poly Drip Tubing

$4.44 /each

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Made from the highest quality polyethylene materials, DIG's linear low-density poly tubing serves as the main lateral in the installation of a drip irrigation system. The poly tubing, which the micro tubing, drippers, sprayers and micro sprinklers are connected into, distributes the water. Resistant to cracking, heat, ultra violet stress, and chemicals, the low-density polyethylene tubing with carbon black is designed to meet all the requirements in any environments and offer the extended life of drip irrigation system layouts in landscape installations and home gardens.

  • Use as a main line in the installation of a drip irrigation system
  • Use with DIG 0.700 compression fittings
  • Manufactured from high grade polyethylene with UV protection
  • Maximum pressure: 80 psi
  • Can be installed above or below ground

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.) 
17.50 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
4.75 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
17.5 in 
Diameter(inches) 
1/2 
Tubing Length (ft.) 
50 

Details

Color Family 
Blacks 
Drip & Micro Irrigation Component 
Tubing/Dripline 
Drip Line and & Tubing Type 
Drip or Emitter Line Tubing 
Irrigation System Component 
Drip & Micro Irrigation 
Pressure Rating 
80 psi 
Returnable 
90-Day 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
3 Year Warranty 

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Is it safe for use as a water filter supply?

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I have a water filtration unit which needs a longer supply hose. Can this hose be used for water consumption?
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As far as I know, its not approved for drinking water. You can easily buy "refrigerator icemaker" kit with special semi-clear approved for safe water consumption tubing and connectors which can be used for water filtration systems.
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How thick is the tubing?

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Approximately what is the thickness of the tubing?
Also is it 1/2 inch inner or outer diameter?
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January 21, 2016
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This tubing has a 1/2 in ID. The thickness specifications are unavailable.
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Underground

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Can this be used as the hose connecting the PVC pipe under ground to the sprinkler bottom also under ground?
I ask because this is $8 for 50 ft. and the alternative hose is $20 for 50 ft. So if I can save $12 then I can buy ice cream for the kids when I am all done :-)
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I think it's about a millimeter thick.
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If 1/2 in is the inner diameter. What is the outer diameter of the tubing?

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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Poly tubing This is tubing, 1/2 inch diameter. Worked as I would expect. I replaced 1/4 tubing as my bubblers were not bubbling well enough, and I needed one more 180 deg sprinkler but there was no more pressure. As designed, run this along the length of your garden/area and tap 1/4 plugs for heads. Happy with results - no pressure issues now - and I added another mister. July 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good purchase it was flexible and easy to maneauver and a lot of it for the price July 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by pipe works as designed, no problems upon installation This pipe works great and was easy to install. I ran this pipe to an automatic refill device for my small fish pond. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product Works as advertised easy to use, install, and is working well. April 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by sprinkler tubing Good product. Works well, inexpensive alternative to full off runs. Good for branches off mains. Get all the parts by this manufacturer other manufacturers elbows etc won't fit April 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Absolutely Awful, Rigid, and Pops off. So I have installed around 200 feet of drip irrigation in my back and side yards. I feel confident in saying this drip tubing is the absolute worst. The only way you can get it to fit the emitters is by heating it with a blow dryer so it loosens, then you still run the risk of it not getting a good fit and popping off randomly from the water because it is so rigid. This stuff has zero flex and is pretty impossible to bend into position also. If you want to tackle drip irrigation yourself do yourself a big favor and buy a different hose with more give, it is well well worth it during set up AND in the long run. January 7, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Raymond I normally use schedule 40 pipes for my landscaping work, but I had a company do my new home, and they used this flex pipe. It's OK and easy to work with, but not as durable as schedule 40 pipes. If the water pressure is regulated, then it should last indefinitely. December 8, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not the pro stuff... I bought this to complete a job that I started with DIG tubing from a professional irrigation products supplier. This tubing is clearly inferior to the pro stuff - it is much thinner and it "pancakes" out straight off the roll. The only way I could get emitters in after I poked the holes was to pinch the tubing so the place where the hole is bulged out toward the emitter. This was not necessary with the pro stuff - it is enough stiffer that the emitters pop right in without any issues. Bottom line - this stuff is probably ok, but if you have a choice, go out and find the good stuff. There are lots of places to get it if you search online. July 29, 2015
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