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DIG 28-60 psi Adjustable Pressure Regulator
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DIG

28-60 psi Adjustable Pressure Regulator

$15.96 /each

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DIG's adjustable pressure regulators keep your drip system at the correct pressure for an efficient drip irrigation system. This female inlet - female pipe thread outlet regulator allows for adjusting the pressure of your system from 28 -60 PSI. The lower pressure offers protection to your drip emitters that otherwise could be damaged or not operate according to printed specifications due to excessive pressures. Use the pressure regulator on any irrigation system that needs a lower pressure. Install the pressure regulator after the filter in a drip irrigation system. Do not install the pressure regulator on a main line where the pressure regulator is under constant pressure. Adjusting pressure: To adjust the pressure, turn the off, remove the colored cap from the top of the pressure regulator and use a screwdriver to turn the screw under the cap counterclockwise to raise the pressure and clockwise to lower the pressure.

  • 3/4 in. FPT x 3/4 in. FPT
  • Installs easily after the valve on a drip system
  • No special tools or glues necessary
  • Ensures excessive water pressure does not damage drip systems
  • Made from durable, UV resistant materials for long life in the landscape
  • Pressure regulators are recommended for all drip irrigation systems

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What is the maximum inlet water pressure for this regulator?

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My water spigot pressure is higher than typical around 100 psi. When I look at pressure regulators for garden garden hoses and drip/soaker hoses, they are rated for a maximum inlet pressure of 75 psi. I am finding it difficult to locate a suitable regulator for a soaker hose.
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28-60 psi Adjustable Pressure Regulator is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Regulator I installed the regulator last week. I tested the pressure and it was 25 psi so the valve is working. I had read many bad reviews on the smaller cheaper 25 psi regulator and thus elected to purchase this one based on a call to DIG. I installed the regulator in line after the sprinkler zone valve so the entire zone is now 25 psi and hopefully last for many years.
Date published: 2016-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from durable and reliable This is a well built, high quality pressure regulator. The plastic screw will hold up fine if you use the correct size standard screwdriver to turn it. It works when water is flowing through it, so install a pressure gauge at the end of the drip system and check and adjust the pressure with the system running.
Date published: 2012-11-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk This regulator is supposed to be able to drop pressure to 28 PSI for use with drippers, etc. Although it is adjustable, I could not get the pressure below 40 PSI. Thinking that I had the only bad one in a batch, I purchased another, only to have the same problem. Both will be going back to the store.
Date published: 2013-07-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Useless Has impressive looks & weight but, using a pressure gauge, I found the adjustment screw had absolutely no effect on output pressure. Having the device on my drip system might've dropped my house pressure from 80 to 65 -- but I couldn't adjust output pressure for any of the 3 I bought.
Date published: 2016-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No Problems Works as designed and easy to attach. I was a beginner assembling this summers drip system in my backyard garden. Instructions were complete and easy to follow. I'm a woman in my 60's and installed this irrigation system all by myself. I needed 'easy' instructions.
Date published: 2016-07-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works as intended to regulate pressure Overall a good product and works as intended. Came preset at about 35 PSI, and was easy to adjust. The adjustment screw moves in "clicks" so you dial in the pressure. Seemed to be about four clicks per one PSI. One star off because the price seems high for what they're selling, but it's pretty much the only option for the application (supply and demand).
Date published: 2015-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect pressure regulator for special low-flow "Hunter"rotator sprinkler nozzles Easy to install, has the perfect pressure range for our application ( 40PSI) That said, we are hoping to save up to 30% in water-use and loose less mist to the environment while achieving more water- saturation in the lawn.
Date published: 2015-06-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Confusing, doesn't regulate as expected I am NOT a pro at irrigation, which is why I bought a pressure gauge to install inline with this device and a filter. After building the hookup that I attached to a valve on my sprinkler manifold, I ran a single 8 node drip manifold off of the build. I adjusted the nodes from full off to full on while watching the pressure gauge. The needle never moved from 40 PSI. After carefully removing the red cap, I adjusted the regulator ranging from clockwise and counter clockwise turns while all the drip manifold nodes were full on, and still the pressure gauge needle never budged from 40 PSI. I also noticed that the flow to the 8 nodes never increased or decreased. It's appropriate to say that the pressure before the regulator was 72 PSI the whole time, so the device does step the pressure down a bit. But the adjustment does not seem to have an effect, and the device didn't bring it down to 25 PSI like I wanted. Since none of my drip nodes blew out after a week of use, and since I also have additional nodes to add, I'll keep the device for now. It just seemed like an adjustable pressure regulator should actually adjust the pressure, especially at a substantially higher price.
Date published: 2013-03-29
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