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DIG Earthline Brown PC 100 ft. 1 GPH, Pressure Compensating Drip Line with 18 in. Spacing
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DIG

Earthline Brown PC 100 ft. 1 GPH, Pressure Compensating Drip Line with 18 in. Spacing

$2047 /each

Product Overview

Earth-line Brown PC drip-line is 100 ft. of poly tubing that contains 1 GPH PC drippers inserted into the extruded interior wall of the tubing at 18 in. intervals. Each of the drippers consists of a cylinder with a labyrinthine-like water passage, filter and diaphragm. The dripper continuously adjusts to varying water pressure ensuring a constant flow rate.
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Product Overview

Earth-line Brown PC drip-line is 100 ft. of poly tubing that contains 1 GPH PC drippers inserted into the extruded interior wall of the tubing at 18 in. intervals. Each of the drippers consists of a cylinder with a labyrinthine-like water passage, filter and diaphragm. The dripper continuously adjusts to varying water pressure ensuring a constant flow rate.
  • Evenly hydrates large outdoor areas and extends drip lines
  • 100 ft. of coverage with 1-Gal. per hour drippers every 18 in. 65 drippers total
  • Earth-line brown PC drip-line can be covered with mulch, used below or above the ground
  • Connect to the irrigation system using 0.700 O.D. compression fittings
  • Maximum run of 330 ft. from 1 water-source

Product Overview

Earth-line Brown PC drip-line is 100 ft. of poly tubing that contains 1 GPH PC drippers inserted into the extruded interior wall of the tubing at 18 in. intervals. Each of the drippers consists of a cylinder with a labyrinthine-like water passage, filter and diaphragm. The dripper continuously adjusts to varying water pressure ensuring a constant flow rate.

  • Evenly hydrates large outdoor areas and extends drip lines
  • 100 ft. of coverage with 1-Gal. per hour drippers every 18 in. 65 drippers total
  • Earth-line brown PC drip-line can be covered with mulch, used below or above the ground
  • Connect to the irrigation system using 0.700 O.D. compression fittings
  • Maximum run of 330 ft. from 1 water-source

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
18 in
Assembled Height (in.)
4.75 in
Assembled Width (in.)
18 in
Diameter(inches)
1/2
Tubing Length (ft.)
100

Details

Color Family
Browns / Tans
Drip & Micro Irrigation Component
Tubing/Dripline
Drip Line and & Tubing Type
Porous Tubing
Irrigation System Component
Drip & Micro Irrigation
Pressure Rating
50 psi
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
18 in
Assembled Height (in.)
4.75 in
Assembled Width (in.)
18 in
Diameter(inches)
1/2
Tubing Length (ft.)
100

Details

Color Family
Browns / Tans
Drip & Micro Irrigation Component
Tubing/Dripline
Drip Line and & Tubing Type
Porous Tubing
Irrigation System Component
Drip & Micro Irrigation
Pressure Rating
50 psi
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Warranty

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Questions & Answers

will tis work with a gravity feed from a rain barrel?

Asked by: TCStevieD
If your rain barrel is up a hill elevated enough to deliver about 25 PSI.... yes. If you're talking about a rain barrel coming off your roof in a subdivision... no
Answered by: arewehavingfunyet
Date published: 2017-08-06

Does it matter if the water pressure exceeds the 25 psi in the description?

Does it matter if the water pressure exceeds the 25 psi in the description?
Asked by: sean
yes excessive pressure can cause problems to occur and can negatively affect performance. Keep the operating pressure between 20 and 40 psi.
Answered by: DIG
Date published: 2017-08-18

Can I tap into this line with a 1/4" barbed coupler with drip emitters?

Can I tap into this line with a 1/4" barbed coupler with drip emitters?
Asked by: TeeDub
Yes you can just make sure to punch the hole in between the existing emitters.
Answered by: DIG
Date published: 2017-07-21

Can this be buried

Can this system be placed underground or with the roots block the emitters?
Asked by: WildBill
Hi WildBill, - Standard installation of a drip emitter line is to place it on top of the weed preventer mesh and then cover it with mulch. The malfunctioning emitters tend to be the #1 problem in drip irrigation installations. If you place them underground it is difficult to detect a problem and repair it. Since they should be covered with mulch to shelter them from heat and limit evaporation, there is no visual reason to place them underground. Drip irrigation systems have to be winterized and of course will not function correctly if it freezes. They have to be drained of water to prevent damaging the tubing. The further south you live gives you more options. If you use a thick enough layer of mulch you can lengthen the time you can use the system but hard freezes endanger the system and can do significant damage. I use an air compressor to clear the lines of water before a freeze. It works just as long as you use a regulator valve to hold the air pressure at or below the water pressure normally used in the system. Higher pressure can pop out the emitters and damage the emitter holes and in the extreme split the tubing. Caution when buying drip irrigation supplies as the fittings can be different sizes between different brands. You can end up with a pile of fittings that you can't use. Hope that this helps. DJK
Answered by: DJK
Date published: 2017-06-07
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Customer Reviews

1/2 in. x 100 ft.1 GPH Pressure Compensating Drip Line is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 44.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from First of all... it does not deliver 1 GPH. Second, the flow is not close to equal at each drip p... First of all... it does not deliver 1 GPH. Second, the flow is not close to equal at each drip point. Third, it crimps very easily. Once crimped, it will not uncrimp. You have to cut the crimp out of the line and use a coupling. Since it crimps so easily, I expect a hassle when I need to adjust the line (say for putting in new plants. If I were starting over, I would use the black .700 (not .710) tubing, pipe thread pressure regulator, and "flag" drippers. It might be good for a situation where you're not going to move it... and watering uniformity is not important... just too many limitations for me to ever use it again.
Date published: 2017-06-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Hose connections The hose is great. I plan to redesign my water sprinkler system using this product. It will use 50% less water than conventional systems. My biggest hurtle is finding the hose barb connectors. None of the big box stores sells them and the only way to get them is though a distributor. So my installation is on hold until my oder arrives. I think you're missing a great opportunity by not selling them in your store and I think you would sell a lot of this product if you carried the accessories.
Date published: 2017-05-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from hard to understand why anybody would buy this. i spent 4 hours installing this in a grid for our ... hard to understand why anybody would buy this. i spent 4 hours installing this in a grid for our flower bed just to find out after i turned it on that barely any water drips out. would probably take two hours of continuous use to provide any meaningful water. had to rip it out and go back to sprayers. what a waste of time.
Date published: 2017-06-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I grabbed this because it was the only drip tubing in stock. I wish I hadn't. 1) It costs twice a... I grabbed this because it was the only drip tubing in stock. I wish I hadn't. 1) It costs twice as much as the regular non-compensating line. 2) The 18" emitter spacing gives it an extremely slow flow rate. 3) The emitters make an annoying "EEEEEEEEEEEEE" sound. There's nothing wrong with the manufacturing of this product, but I think it would be much better to use a separate pressure regulator with regular tubing.
Date published: 2017-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Time saver Great product. I'm using this to water new planted trees through the hot summer months. I would recommend planting your plants 16" inches apart to match the drip holes. I have 300' linked together, set up a spliter so the water is coming from both ends. This ensures I have good pressure all the way around.
Date published: 2017-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have been using these for perhaps 5 or 6... I have been using these for perhaps 5 or 6 years and find them very rugged and long lasting. For me they work best at a very low pressure for a long period of time where the soil gets wet perhaps a foot from the drippers and the 18 inch spacing is not a problem. Maybe 1/2 psi (a foot of water head).
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dig makes what I believe are the best drip irrigation... Dig makes what I believe are the best drip irrigation products, I purchased this system a couple years ago for our garden veggies and a little wildflower area and decided to add on this year. By having our plants watered on a regular schedule with drip irrigation we have seen amazing growth, we use
Date published: 2017-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from this store is always clean but the sales guy did... this store is always clean but the sales guy did try to sell me something I did not need. I had to call my landscaper while at Home Depot and ask her because she sent me to the store for this thing. The sales guy said I needed 5 other things to go with it and I did not.
Date published: 2017-07-13
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