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A: These attach to a 1/4 diameter tube, which connects via another barbed connector to a 1/2” or 3-4” main. Probably other configurations too, but I did find the 1/4” tubes needed a good push to get a proper connection to these.
A: I would recommend warming up the ¼” tubing by setting the tubing out in direct sunlight for 30 minutes to an hour or warming up the tubing by using hot water. If you have further questions, please feel free to contact our technical service/product support team at 1-800-322-9146 or email@example.com.
A: You just need to push a little harder. Maybe lightly warm the tube for pliability
A: I suggest filling a mug with water, then microwave for 2-3 minutes. Be cautious, it will be hot. Soak the end of the hose for 30 seconds or so. It should slide on easily. Hold it on for a few moments allowing it to cool. Alternatively, use a lighter, but only a few seconds.
A: The BA10B adjustable drip emitter cap can be rotated all the way counterclockwise and completely closed off if needed. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact our technical service/product support team at 1-800-322-9146.
A: Yes. Its adjustable.
A: Yes, you can turn this off if desired
A: Yes , you can close off and set the drip to different volumes . Don't unscrew the cap top far as it will vibrate from the water flow and pop off causing a stream fountain .
A: Yes, if you need to shut if off, it will easily twist to close.
A: Yes, increasing the pressure will increase the max flow of your supply line, but doing this will usually cause your emitters and fitting to leak or worst case pop off the line. I would recommend splitting your system into two different zones (systems) and run them at separate times. This will give you the ability to run a max of 15 adjustable drippers on each one of your zones. If you have any other questions, please contact our technical service/product support team at 1-800-322-9146.
A: If you are having to adjust your drip emitters every irrigation cycle it usually indicates, you may be exceeding the max flow of the supply line. .700 OD poly drip tubing at 25 PSI has a max flow rate of around 3.6 GPM or 220 Gallons per hour. Because the BA1B is adjustable from 0-14 gph you must take the highest flow rate even if you are adjusting the dripper down to less than the 14 gph. Take a quick count of how many BA1B drip emitters you are using multiply that number by 14 and then subtract your total flow rate from 220gph. At 14gph per emitter you can run a max of 15 BA1B drippers at one time. If you have any other questions, please contact our technical service/product support team at 1-800-322-9146.
A: Sounds like you have sediment in your system. Flush it for at least a minute at the end of the 1/2 line and make sure you have a filter especially if you have hard water. Make sure emitters are high enough to not suck in mud water
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