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Internet # 100137634

Model # C37B

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Drip 3/4 in. Female Hose Thread x 1/4 in. Drip Tubing Adapter

$1.87
  • Connects 3/4 in. male garden hose thread to 1/4 in. drip tubing
  • Complete with 60 mesh screen
  • UV-resistant construction for durability
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Product Details
  • Connects 3/4 in. male garden hose thread to 1/4 in. drip tubing
  • Complete with 60 mesh screen
  • UV-resistant construction for durability
About This Product

The DIG Drip 3/4 in. Female Hose Thread x 1/4 in. Drip Tubing Adapter enables the connection of 1/4 in. micro tubing or dripline to any 3/4 in. hose thread. Included is a 60-mesh screen to help filter out water impurities. Installing the micro tubing into the compression fitting provides a secure, watertight fit without the need for glue.

  • Compatible with any 1/4 in. micro drip tubing or dripline
  • Constructed of UV resistant high-impact plastic, for durability in the landscape
  • Ideal for use in drip watering smaller areas such as hanging baskets, or pots and containers around a patio
  • Recommended operating pressure: 15 to 35 PSI (25 PSI pressure regulator and is recommended)
  • Complete with 60 mesh screen
  • Connects 3/4 in. male garden hose thread to 1/4 in. drip tubing
  • Durable
  • Easy to use
  • No tools or glue required
  • Simple instaltion
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Product ID #: 100137634Internet #: 013158370000Model #: C37B

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 5.5 in, W 4 in, L 4 in

Dimensions

Inner Diameter (in.).75Outer Diameter (in.).75
Product Height (in.)5.5 inProduct Length (in.)4 in
Product Width (in.)4 in

Details

Color FamilyBlacksConnectionFemale Hose Thread
Drip Irrigation Fitting ComponentCouplingFitting Size3/4 in x 1/4 in
Fitting TypeCompression FittingsMaterialABS Plastic
Pack Size1Pressure Rating60
Returnable90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty3 Year Warranty
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Questions & Answers

3Questions
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Q:Can the tubing be released after it's inserted (like many push to connect fittings)?
by|Apr 22, 2020
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A:  No

by|May 30, 2020

A:  Yes but doesn’t seal as well as push to release

by|May 24, 2023

A:  No the micro-tubing cannot be “released” and easily removed after it is installed into this fitting.

by|May 8, 2021
    1 found this answer helpful

    A:  The tubing can be pulled out but it won't be easy. If you pull hard on the tubing while rocking it side to side and back and forth, it might walk itself out. The outside of the tubing will likely be damage and should be cut off.

    by|Jul 29, 2020

      A:  Not easily, but you can pull it out with force. The tubing end though will be squeeze and unusable though.

      by|Jun 1, 2020
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      Q:Shouldn't this be called a push to connect vs compression fitting (which usually have a ferrule and sleeve for plastic tubing)? Can the tubing be released after it's inserted (like most push to connect fittings)?
      by|Apr 21, 2020
      4 Answers
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      A:  Yes, the end that takes the small tube is a push to connect type fitting. The big end screws on with a sealing washer to the faucet.

      by|Aug 16, 2021
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      A:  It is similar to push to connect but it compresses the tubing for a tight fit. Tubing can be removed by force once inserted but the end of the tubing will be compressed and unusable.

      by|Jun 1, 2020

      A:  Yes, and there is no way to release it other than to destroy the tubing inside with micro surgery.

      by|May 8, 2021
      1 found this answer helpful

      A:  I would not call it "push to connect". It is more like "sprain your wrist as you try to jam the tubing in" to connect. Yet, once installed, it is a rugged and water tight connection. It is almost as hard to remove the tubing.

      by|May 8, 2021
        2 found this answer helpful
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        Q:I bought everything from Home Depot, I can't understand why the 1/4' tubing won't slide into to compression fitting. Can someone help me out here? I'm really disappointed .
        by|Jun 17, 2016
        6 Answers
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        A:  Just cut the end of the 1/4" tubing diagonally. It'll go in (fairly) easily.

        by|Jul 25, 2022

          A:  It can take some work, I find it easiest when both the tube and fitting are cold (not warm in the sun)

          by|Jun 1, 2020

          A:  RUN THE END OF THE TUBING UNDER HOT WATER FOR 1 MINUTE TO SOFTEN IT.

          by|May 22, 2021

            A:  It takes a bit of luck and a lot of strength to force the 1/4" tubing through the hole. As you found, soap does not help. The best I could do was to cut the end of the tubing off square, fold it over so about 1" sticks out. Then put the fold in the palm of my hand while pushing the end into the hole. Rock back and forth and side to side while you push with all your might. If you are lucky, the tube will walk its way in. Once you get the tubing installed, it is very hard to pull out without tearing up the tubing. The hose thread to 1/4" tubing coupler with the barbed end is not as rugged but is much easier to use.

            by|Jan 24, 2024
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              A:  Easy stick the end to be connected in boiling water

              by|May 4, 2023

                A:  After encountering a similar issue, seeing your question and Martin's answer, I followed these steps: 1) Microwaved a mug of water for 1 minute 45 seconds 2) Dipped BOTH connector end of the fitting AND the 1/4"tubing in the hot water for about 15 seconds 3) They connected beautifully.

                by|May 3, 2022
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                  Customer Reviews

                  3.7 out of 5
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                  I do a lot of drip tubing these days. These 1/4 drip tube adapter make my life easier.
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                  Worked perfectly. I created a gravity drip system with a...
                  Worked perfectly. I created a gravity drip system with a bucket and 1/4 inch tube. This connected perfectly with a coupling fitted for a garden hose and was easy to join with 1/4 inch drip hose.
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                  This compression fitting is critical for a 1/4" drip line system, it hooks to the pressure-reduce...
                  This compression fitting is critical for a 1/4" drip line system, it hooks to the pressure-reducer at your hose spout and delivers water to the system. I had to replace mine after four years as it leaks. Its cheap and works fairly well although I generally get leaks from the main large connect, likely because of the rubber washer in there. Those leaks usually self-repair with the minerals in my water. To connect your system to this fitting, you just need to shove the 1/4" tube in there and it compresses it for a fairly leak-free seal. Of note: it is very hard to pull tubing out of this fitting. If you have a leak, you can just push it in a little further though.
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                  Needed quick set up for drip line. This worked great.
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