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Model # B36

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1/2 in. (0.700 O.D.) x 100 ft. Poly Drip Tubing

Includes 100 ft. (15¢ /ft.)
$14.98
  • Evenly distributes the water and is used as a main line
  • Ideal for use in landscape installations and home gardens
  • Resistant to cracking, heat, UV rays and chemicals
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About This Product

Made with premium quality polyethylene resins, DIG's 0.700 OD drip irrigation poly tubing is designed to meet the demands of any drip irrigation project, above or below ground, from residential gardening to commercial landscape and agricultural installations. The drip tubing, commonly referred to as poly tubing, blank tubing or drip hose, is used as the primary supply line of a drip irrigation system into which micro tubing, drip emitters, drip line or micro sprinklers are connected to deliver water to the plant area. DIG's drip irrigation poly tubing coil has outstanding environmental stress-cracking resistance, high burst strength and UV protection for durability and long life.

Highlights

  • Used as the primary supply line in a drip irrigation system into which micro tubing, drip emitters, drip line or micro sprinklers are connected
  • Designed to meet the demand of any drip irrigation projects from professional landscape to residential gardening installations, for above or below the ground
  • Resistant to cracking, heat, UV rays and chemicals
  • Produced using dow's 7510 linear low-density polyethylene resins with high environmental stress crack resistance and UV protection against the damaging effects of ultraviolet rays
  • Use with DIG's 0.700 compression fittings, color black, and Nut Lock fittings
  • Dimensions: 100 ft. with .600 ID x .700 OD
  • Bending radius: 1 ft.
  • Maximum operating pressure: 60 psi
  • Can be installed above or below ground
  • DIG's drip irrigation products may be exempt from residential and commercial watering restrictions (check local codes)
  • Maximum recommended flow rate per each length of drip tubing is not to exceed 220 GPH (3.6 GPM)
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Product Information

Internet # 202306118

Model # B36

Store SKU # 489948

Store SO SKU #531677

Specifications

Dimensions: H 5 in, W 17.5 in, D 17.5 in

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)

17.5 in

Assembled Height (in.)

5 in

Assembled Width (in.)

17.5 in

Inner Diameter (in.)

.50

Outer Diameter (in.)

.50

Tubing Length (ft.)

100

Tubing Size

1/2"

Details

Color Family

Blacks

Drip Irrigation Tubing Type

Distribution Tubing

Irrigation System Component

Tubing

Pack Size

1

Pressure Rating

60 psi

Returnable

90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

3 Year Warranty

Questions & Answers

70Questions
caret
Q:What is the PSI of this tubing? Is it too soft and flexible or is it on the stiffer side like 100psi tubing?
by|Mar 22, 2024
1 Answer
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A:  The 1/2in poly tubing (Model B35) has a maximum pressure rating of 60psi.

by|Apr 21, 2024
    1 found this answer helpful
    caret
    Q:Will it stand up to crossing a driveway
    by|Aug 5, 2023
    1 Answer
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    A:  No, the poly tubing will be damaged by vehicles driving over it! Thank you for your interest in DIG irrigation products,

    by|Apr 18, 2024
      caret
      Q:I found the pipe kinks easily. Is there an easy way to bury this thing underground (clay soil), even like 2"-3" down?
      by|May 1, 2023
      3 Answers
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      A:  the pipe will kink if you try and bend it in a sharp radius. Use elbows or tees to do a 90 degree bend. The only way to bury it is to dig a trench.

      by|May 2, 2023

        A:  Let it sit out in the sun, unrolled for a couple hours before working with it. Makes it a bit easier to maneuver. I've never had a problem with it kinking underground, but I only bury the 1/2" tube.

        by|Jun 29, 2024
          1 found this answer helpful

          A:  You can bury our poly drip tubing 2” to 3” down without issue. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact our technical service/product support team directly at 1-800-322-9146 or tech@digcorp.com.

          by|May 2, 2023
            caret
            Q:is this BPA free?
            by|Apr 28, 2023
            1 Answer
            Answer This Question

            A:  All our tubing is made with low-density polyethylene resin with a minimum of 2% carbon black for resistance to ultraviolet rays. If you would like more technical information on our tubing, please feel free to contact our technical service/product support team for an SDS/MSDS on the resin we use for production of our poly drip tubing 1-800-322-9146 or tech@digcorp.com.

            by|May 1, 2023
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              Customer Reviews

              4.4 out of 5

              • 4.4 out of 854 reviews
              • 82% recommend this product
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              Blisters
              Two months after installation to water a garden the tubing blistered all over the place and began to leak. Some blisters are convex and stick out of the tubing and some are concave and sink into the tubing.
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                12 found this review helpful
                Fit perfectly with fittings without any adhesive...
                Fit perfectly with fittings without any adhesive
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                4 found this review helpful
                Tubing ID is too large for standard barbed fittings.
                This tubing is slightly larger than most 1/2 inch tubing. This results in standard barbed fittings leaking, In some cases the water pressure of 30 psi causes the tubing to blow off the fitting resulting a water leak that makes the entire system inoperable. I have no idea of why they make this tubing with a larger ID than most other brankds.
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                  11 found this review helpful
                  Not for novice
                  This is my first attempt at setting up a system and found it to be difficult to unroll and lay where I need it without constantly crimping. When I turned on the water, it did not flow through the tubing due to multiple kinks. Would not recommend.
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                    • Recommended
                    9 found this review helpful
                    easy
                    Easy to use and cut. Strong enough to move and bend but doesnt kink or deform.
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                    5 found this review helpful
                    This kinks VERY easy. I have purchased online (not Home Depot) wth exact same OD/ID that didn’t d...
                    This kinks VERY easy. I have purchased online (not Home Depot) wth exact same OD/ID that didn’t do this. Hope it holds up:-(
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                    6 found this review helpful
                    My recommendation is based on a previous purchase and the fact that bought this product again. I ...
                    My recommendation is based on a previous purchase and the fact that bought this product again. I have opted to install drip watering for all of my garden, bushes, and all landscaping except for the grass area. Direct watering saves a significant amount water and money since we live in a "High Desert" climate and water source is the city water system. This tubing allows you to target certain areas and also provides the ability to modify your landscape as you add new plants. It takes a little bit of time to lay the tubing since the coil is tightly wound and tend to kink as you lay it out. However, be prepared to use landscaping staples you fasten it to the ground as you lay it. Buy a package of figure-8 tube ends to make an end of line termination. You can extend your line in the future by adding a coupling. The tubing is connected by pressing it over a plastic-barbed fitting. I recommend having a heat gun or hair dryer to heat the end of the tube and it will slide onto the connections with very little effort and it hold tight as the tube cools (a few seconds).
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                    • Recommended
                    16 found this review helpful
                    Just the right size to fit over 1/2 inch rebar to protect fabric on a DYI greenhouse. worked for ...
                    Just the right size to fit over 1/2 inch rebar to protect fabric on a DYI greenhouse. worked for my application.
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                    • Recommended
                    11 found this review helpful
                    This is a product I expect to need to replace...
                    This is a product I expect to need to replace every year or so. Nothing special, but seems to work.
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                    6 found this review helpful
                    The 1/2" mainline tubing was indistinguishable from the tubing I have purchased in the past from ...
                    The 1/2" mainline tubing was indistinguishable from the tubing I have purchased in the past from company that specializes in irrigation products. The problem with this company was the shipping was very expensive. From Home Depot it was free! I use this in my apple orchard with 2 gallon per hours pressure compensating emitters spaced 36" apart. With trellis hangers it attaches easily to 12.5 gauge high tensile wire and makes a very clean installation and the emitters are off the ground. The only issue is the same as I had with other mainline tubing I have used is the actual unwinding. When dealing with a 500' roll in row that is 200-300' long unrolling is an issue. If it pulls through the center IT WILL KINK. I made a spinning jenny similar to what is using for unrolling high tensile wire. It would be nice to just be able to purchase that too.
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                    12 found this review helpful
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