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DIG 1/4 in. x 500 ft. Micro Drip Tubing


1/4 in. x 500 ft. Micro Drip Tubing

$21.48 /each

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Product Overview

DIG’s ¼ in. commercial grade vinyl micro tubing is available in coil lengths of 50, 100, and 500 ft. Made of high quality vinyl, the micro tubing is flexible and relatively soft when compared to polyethylene micro tubing. It is manufactured with an antioxidant and contains 2% concentrated Carbon Black to protect the finished product from thermal degradation. The vinyl micro tubing is used in a wide range of drip irrigation layouts, including being used as feeder lines from the ½ in. drip tubing extending drip emitters or micro sprinklers to the plants location, as extensions from the 4, 6, and 12-outlet drip manifolds, or as the supply line for a complete ¼ in. drip system installation.

  • 500 ft. L
  • Available in length of 50 ft., 100 ft., and 500 ft. coils
  • Use with 1/4 in. barbed fittings
  • Softer, more flexible, and easier to use than poly micro tubing
  • Interchangeable with other manufacturers’ brands of the same O.D. size micro tubing




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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works great, one component of an overall drip system I've been using this tubing for years, no complaints at all. A few things to keep in mind: 1. This tubing comes in both vinyl and polyethylene. I much prefer vinyl, because it's much more flexible. The polyethylene is supposed to last longer in the sun, though I haven't any tubing fail either way, after years of use. (That doesn't count whacking it with a string trimmer, lawn mower, clippers, etc.) 2. Assembly is a lot easier on a hot, sunny day (the more unpleasant for you, the better for the tubing). If that's not possible, dip the tubing in hot water, the fitting will slide right in. 3. Make sure to use a pressure reducer. Full domestic pressure can damage your system. June 21, 2016
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