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Model # B37

Internet # 100163329

Store SKU # 446742

Store SO SKU # 531677

1/2 in. x 500 ft. Poly Drip Tubing

$44.97 /roll

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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: 60 psi
  • Can be installed above or below ground

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.) 
22 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
12 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
22 in 
Diameter(inches) 
1/2 
Tubing Length (ft.) 
500 

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 
60 psi 
Returnable 
90-Day 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
3 Year Warranty 

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Use for solar water coils?

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Statesville NC
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September 16, 2015
Want to build a 4x8x2" box and coil poly and run water system for swiming pool water.How tight of a coil can i make with poly?
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Arkansas
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July 24, 2016
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About two foot in dia. before it will kink
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SLC, UT
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March 22, 2016
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I built a system using 200 ft of this poly pipe and so far used it 2 seasons without it failing. It works great.
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West Point, TX 78963, USA
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December 29, 2015
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It comes coiled in about an 18 to 24 inch roll. You can't make the coils much smaller than that without kinking the tubing.
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September 17, 2015
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Hi Moe,
Poly will fail quickly outdoors, use copper pipe, you will be glade you did.
Mike
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How many holes does this have?

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Kenesaw
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August 11, 2015
The tubing B37 is 500 feet. Does it have any holes or only some at the end?
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Yucca Vly CA
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July 25, 2016
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You make your own "holes" with tool. (Sold separate).
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West Point, TX 78963, USA
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This particular product doesn't have any holes. You use a hole punch to make holes wherever you need them. An even easier way is using an eighth inch drill bit on a cordless drill. I don't think any tubing comes with pre-punched holes to put your own drippers in. You can get poly drip tubing with built in drippers every 12, 18, or 24 inches, but it is much more expensive as you might guess.
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September 7, 2015
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No holes you need to make your own and use drip fitting in it.
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How far can the tube run

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Miami
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March 20, 2016
I am wondering how far the tube can run without losing pressure at the end. Thanks
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Arkansas, USA
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May 23, 2016
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I have around 1000 feet run in garden & yard and pressure is around the same, sure there is some lose but all depend on pressure you are using, I have reduced pressure to start with for drip system as you don't want pressure to high or you will blow out drip heads
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May 6, 2016
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This question requires a hydraulic analysis and depends on what your starting pressure is. If you are really concerned about it, let me know and I can help you calculate it.
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Poly Drip Tubing

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Florence, Arizona
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August 19, 2015
Will this Poly Drip Tubing crack and get brittle after about 5 or 6 years underground.
I live in the southern part of Arizona.
My landscaper told me the Poly Drip Tubing gets brittle over time and causes leaks in the watering system.
I wanted to check with you people to see if this is true.

Thank you Don Sprouls
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I lived in Tucson for 35 years and used this same type of drip tubing for irrigation almost the whole time I was there. As long as the line is buried several inches under the ground, it should last 20+ years. My biggest problem was gophers that would occasionally eat through the tubing to get water. It doesn't happen often, but you do have to watch for leaks from that. As long as it isn't buried too Read More
I lived in Tucson for 35 years and used this same type of drip tubing for irrigation almost the whole time I was there. As long as the line is buried several inches under the ground, it should last 20+ years. My biggest problem was gophers that would occasionally eat through the tubing to get water. It doesn't happen often, but you do have to watch for leaks from that. As long as it isn't buried too deeply, leaks are usually obvious and easy to fix. I wouldn't recommend leaving it above ground. All types of varments will chew holes in it there and the UV will make it deteriorate faster. This DIG tubing seems to be as good as any other name brand like Toro. Read Less
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I used it in AZ for 20 years and never had it crack and alot was above ground, now live in AR and going on 5 years and is still good as ever an in the garden is above ground. so dont think you will have any problems
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good value Excellent product, and half the price of the local retail irrigation supply store. June 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Drip hose This tubing didn't work spent to much money for something that doesn't work will buy again a waste April 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent quality. Is an excellent product. Wish the stores would carry the 500 ft and not have to order it. However, it was nice having it delivered right to my home. Excellent buy. February 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Garden irrigation Product was long enough to reach all areas needed. Easy to work with also. March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Really good product The poly drip tubing was used to make artificial fish structure. And it worked perfectly, along with the Home Depot 5 gallon bucket and top. December 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Seems to be good quality Not much you can say about drip tubing. I install a lot of it and this is as good a quality as any of the other name brands. I haven't had it for long enough to comment on the durability. December 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fast, Easy, Reliable Watering Systems Component We live in rural Western Washington State. Surprisingly, watering is necessary in the summer months and we need a flexible, easily maintained, easily changed watering system. The DIG poly tubing allows us to easily expand, contract, and modify our watering system. The 1/2 inch tubing delivers a volume of water sufficient to reach just about anywhere on our 3 acre parcel. Despite branching, adding new areas, and various other things that might tax its capability, the DIG tubing has never failed us. It is easy to install. If you can push two things together, you can use this highly flexible system. Adapters come in a wide range of types from 'L's to 'T's to adapters for splicing pieces and connecting garden hoses. Please refer to the attached photos to see how connectors can be used to branch lines to various areas. The connections depicted water 8 garden beds and 5 free standing trees - all from one garden hose feed. That's impressive by any standard. In the middle of this year's expansion of our system to some new garden beds, we had to leave on a research trip for our newest novel. There was no time to connect a permanent water line feed to the DIG tubing. As you can see in the photo, the quick solution of a hose end adapter worked very well. The gardens look great and are flourishing after our two week absence. DIG's tubing can be buried as still put up with significant foot and wheelbarrow traffic. It stands up well to winter cold and summer heat. Changing watering features is as simple as removing the unwanted 1/4 inch tubing, inserting a DIG 'goof' plug, and running the new 1/4 inch tubing to the desired place. It is so durable that parts of our watering system are made up of reclaimed and reused DIG 1/2 inch tubing. It's really that good. We swear by DIG 1/2 inch tubing. For reliability, durability, flexibility and - above all - value, you simply cannot beat DIG. July 3, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 1/2" poly drip tubing This tubing was part of an experiment to make a solar heating system for my swimming pool. I ordered it online. I arranged to have it delivered to my local store. (Approximately five days from order to receipt) I was notifies by email when it arrived. Nice and easy. The cost of the tubing was inexpensive , it met my expectations for quality. September 15, 2015
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