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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.
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.
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 email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: My guess is that you are asking whether this tubing can be used in place of conduit for coaxial or fiberoptic cable. The short answer is yes, but it if far from ideal for conduit because it is easy to damage with a shovel and gophers or moles can chew through it pretty easily. It does afford some protection but probably best to use real conduit if the cable isn't direct bury.
A: Unfortunately, our tubing is designed for above ground low volume irrigation only. If you have any further questions on our poly tubing, please feel free to contact our technical service/product support team at 1-800-322-9146.
A: Our polyethylene drip tubing has a minimum of 2% Carbon Black added for extra resistance to the damaging effects of ultraviolet rays. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact our technical service/product support team at 1-800-322-9146.
A: This is really heavy duty. I am not in the desert but we do have hot summers (regularly 90-105) and I am using it on a black 4'x4' board coiled in direct sunlight as a solar pool heater. This is the third year of use - I will need to replace the board due to heat/rain deteriorating it but the coil itself is as good as it was when I bought it.
A: I've had a drip system for 30 years I recently had to replace some tubing from the deer biting into it because they hear the water going through it. Main replacements are the couplings and L 's because of cold weather they crack. I could not take care of over 1,000 trees and 3 rows of drip tubing on 40 acres without my drip system. I live in Northern Nevada and weather as you know is "ify" hang in 10 minutes and the weather will change. Best of luck this is good tubing
A: Yes. Not forever but for years.
|Brand||Rain Bird||DIG||Rain Bird||Rain Bird|
|Name||0.710 Blank Tubing, 100 ft.||1/2 in. (0.700 O.D.) x 100 ft. Poly Drip Tubing||1/2 in. x 100 ft. Drip Irrigation Tubing Coil||1/2 in. x 100 ft. Drip Emitter Tubing Coil|
|Tubing Length (ft.)||100||100||100||100|
|THD SO SKU||531677|
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