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Model # C34

Store SKU #789917

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DIG

3/4 in. Female Hose Thread x 1/2 in. 0.700 O.D. Compression Swivel Adapter

  • Connect 3/4 in. garden hose or hose thread to 1/2 in. poly tubing
  • Easy to install without use of special tools
  • Compression design gives a secure and watertight fit
$ 1 75
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Product Overview

  • Connect 3/4 in. garden hose or hose thread to 1/2 in. poly tubing
  • Easy to install without use of special tools
  • Compression design gives a secure and watertight fit
The DIG 3/4 in. Female Hose Thread x 1/2 in. Compression Swivel will connect 3/4 in. garden hose or hose thread to 1/2 in. poly tubing. Easily installed without the use of special tools or glues. Compression fitting provides a secure, water-tight fit.
  • 3/4 in. FHT x 1/2 in. (0.700 O.D.) compression fitting
  • Made of durable, UV resistant materials
  • Used as a connection method for a drip irrigation system
  • Includes 60-mesh screen to help filter impurities

Product Overview

  • Connect 3/4 in. garden hose or hose thread to 1/2 in. poly tubing
  • Easy to install without use of special tools
  • Compression design gives a secure and watertight fit
Model #: C34
Sku #: 789917
Internet #: 100141505

The DIG 3/4 in. Female Hose Thread x 1/2 in. Compression Swivel will connect 3/4 in. garden hose or hose thread to 1/2 in. poly tubing. Easily installed without the use of special tools or glues. Compression fitting provides a secure, water-tight fit.

  • 3/4 in. FHT x 1/2 in. (0.700 O.D.) compression fitting
  • Made of durable, UV resistant materials
  • Used as a connection method for a drip irrigation system
  • Includes 60-mesh screen to help filter impurities

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Specifications

Dimensions

Inner Diameter (in.)
.50
Outer Diameter (in.)
.50
Product Height (in.)
2.75
Product Length (in.)
1.25 in
Product Width (in.)
1.25 in

Details

Color Family
Blacks
Connection
Female Hose Thread
Drip Irrigation Fitting Type
Adapter
Fitting Type
Compression Fittings
Material
ABS Plastic
Package Quantity
1
Pressure Rating
60
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Inner Diameter (in.)
.50
Outer Diameter (in.)
.50
Product Height (in.)
2.75
Product Length (in.)
1.25 in
Product Width (in.)
1.25 in

Details

Color Family
Blacks
Connection
Female Hose Thread
Drip Irrigation Fitting Type
Adapter
Fitting Type
Compression Fittings
Material
ABS Plastic
Package Quantity
1
Pressure Rating
60
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Warranty

Questions & Answers

Can this be used with 1/2" diameter "funny pipe"?

Can this be used with 1/2" diameter "funny pipe"?
Asked by: RGS
Yes. This is for 1/2" diameter "funny pipe". It creates a 3/4" female threaded end to screw onto a garden spigot.
Answered by: Slick
Date published: 2019-06-13

How do I remove the plastic pipe?

If I want to change the layout, how do I remove the distribution plastic hose from the fitting?
Asked by: tahnl
The main advantage of the compression fittings is to have a tight grip and to hold to the drip tubing under a range of issues such as pressure, temperature, vandalism and others. The disadvantage occurs when trying to separate the fittings from the drip tubing. This can be a very hard task and is not recommended. The best option is to cut out and replace the section. If you wish to try to separate the fittings and you feel strongly about it, try this method: Hold the fitting in one hand and the tubing in your strong hand. Pull the two sections apart at the same time as you are applying pressure, turning the drip tubing clockwise and counter clockwise about quarter to half round at a time. Continue until you accomplish the task. Cut the end of the drip tubing to reinstall.
Answered by: dl
Date published: 2019-03-20
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Customer Reviews

3/4 in. Female Hose Thread x 1/2 in. 0.700 O.D. Compression Swivel Adapter is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 26.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2019-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Here's a review and tips For you! These work very well. I have some I've had in use for 20 years... Here's a review and tips For you! These work very well. I have some I've had in use for 20 years outdoors (of course) in the Southern California sun with the city's 70 PSI service and they still don't leak. Like others have said, don't mistake 3/4" hose thread which are straight threads and uses a gasket and don't use teflon tape. With 3/4" Pipe Threads which are tapered threads and actually seal on the threads themselves use teflon tape. Now for your tip! These compression fittings for the poly tubing can be a little difficult to attach - especially in cold weather. One thing that helps is to use a very teensy (lol) amount of plumbing grease¹ (Home Depot has it, but ask someone where it is to save you an hour looking for it) OR you can boil some water, put it in a mug, and dip the tubing in it for 20 seconds or so immediately before pushing it into the fitting. When I have a lot to do I've even taken a piece of wood and bored a hole into it and used it to hold the fitting/adapter while I pushed the tubing into it. A little plumbers grease (smallest amount!) with the wood holder trick together makes these a breeze that even a six-year-old could do. Have fun and stay dry! Plumber's Grease: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Oatey-1-oz-Plumber-s-Grease-30620/203489444
Date published: 2019-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Repeating, Make sure you get the right one I did the same thing as Evrgreen. I grabbed the grey and charcoal (or black) and it would not screw on tightly. Half the water went on the ground and not to the sprinkler heads. Spent 30 minutes in HD trying to figure out a way to get this to work with other stuff when I discovered that there was an all Charcoal one. There is a very slight difference between the two and you would only see that if you had both in your hands
Date published: 2014-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Make Sure to Get the Right One I grabbed one of these out of the box on the shelf and brought it home. I couldn't get the thing to screw onto the hose. So, I took it back and compared it to others in the box. It turns out that the one I grabbed was for NPT not hose thread. The threaded portion was gray in color and the compression portion was black. Make sure to inspect the part and verify it has the correct threads and it should be all black,
Date published: 2013-06-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 4 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2019-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works fine Installed this as part of the drip system for our vegetable garden. It was very difficult to get the hose into the compression fitting! Which is a pro, not a con! No leaks, so we're happy. I'm calling it easy to install, as it threads on where it should and does what it should- the only hard to install aspect is the force needed!
Date published: 2013-02-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Making a drip irrigation If you end up buying the wrong one all you need is another water seal to go beneath the one in the hose thread for a tight fit. If water is spraying out, take the rubber water seal out then put in another water seal and put the original water seal above that one. Screw it on and no more water leaks
Date published: 2015-04-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Same mistake as everybody else Wow, I can't believe I did the exact thing every review has stated, should have looked at reviews first. I just grabbed one out of the box at Home Depot and didn't realize that the grey-ish threads were tighter than black version(garden hose threads). I was wondering why there was no pressure, but issue solved.
Date published: 2014-06-19
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