|Name||Sprinkler Riser-Drip Conversion Kit||Drip Zone Faucet Connection Kit with a 2-Way Splitter||Drip and Soaker Vegetable Watering Kit||Landscape Drip Watering Kit|
|Included||Pressure Regulator||Backflow Preventer,Pressure Regulator||Backflow Preventer,Tubing||Pressure Regulator,Tubing,Tubing Clips|
|Kit Type||Drip Riser Kits||Drip Hose Bib Kits,Drip Irrigation Kit||Drip Hose Bib Kits,Drip Irrigation Kit||Drip Hose Bib Kits,Drip Irrigation Kit|
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I don't see a problem with it as long as you don't bury it in soil. It has a filter in it, so you'll probably want to clean it out occasionally, but I would think it should be OK under mulch.
You are correct this is a type-o it should read ½” FPT or FNPT. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.
Thank you for including the photos, the conversion elbow and pressure regulator in the photos show signs of over tightening which would defiantly cause the crack and the broken threads. We recommend only hand tightening the pressure regulator onto the conversion elbow. Now the 3 year warranty is serviced directly through us, when you have a moment please give our Technical service department a call to start the warranty process 1-800-344-1172.
Use a short section of 0.700 OD drip tubing with a cap fitting.
No snow here.
This connects to the riser, not the sprinkler head. Hunter PGP's use 3/4" risers, while the DIG conversion kit requires a 1/2" riser. After removing the sprinkler head, you'll need a 3/4" to 1/2" adapter for the correct connection, and a 1/2" cut-off riser.
Not sure, but recommend separate zones for 2 watering schedules. Drips usually require longer durations. It includes its own pressure regulator, so it may work fine.