Model # 000233

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RELN

4 in. Pop-Up Emitter with Flexible Elbow

  • Bends to most angles for ease of install
  • Self-draining - no freezing
  • For use with 3 in. and 4 in. drain and sewer fittings
$ 10 98
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Product Overview

  • Bends to most angles for ease of install
  • Self-draining - no freezing
  • For use with 3 in. and 4 in. drain and sewer fittings
RELN pop-up emitter is perfect solution to divert and disperse excess water to desired areas in your garden or suitable runoff areas. As the drainage pipes fill and build up slight pressure, the cover rises to allow the excess water to escape. Once the water is discharged the pressure drops and it closes in a flush position. The flush design of the product ensures that it blends well into the surrounding area.
  • Flexible elbow allows selected angle between 0 and 90 for ease of installation
  • Self-draining slots - no freezing
  • Fits 4 in. and 3 in. standard corrugate pipe and PVC pipe
  • Allows overflow of excess water to desired areas
  • Relief emitter blends perfectly in lawn applications
  • Durable and strong

Product Overview

  • Bends to most angles for ease of install
  • Self-draining - no freezing
  • For use with 3 in. and 4 in. drain and sewer fittings
Model #: 000233
Sku #: 1002291452
Internet #: 300886021

RELN pop-up emitter is perfect solution to divert and disperse excess water to desired areas in your garden or suitable runoff areas. As the drainage pipes fill and build up slight pressure, the cover rises to allow the excess water to escape. Once the water is discharged the pressure drops and it closes in a flush position. The flush design of the product ensures that it blends well into the surrounding area.

  • Flexible elbow allows selected angle between 0 and 90 for ease of installation
  • Self-draining slots - no freezing
  • Fits 4 in. and 3 in. standard corrugate pipe and PVC pipe
  • Allows overflow of excess water to desired areas
  • Relief emitter blends perfectly in lawn applications
  • Durable and strong

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Specifications

Dimensions

Diameter (in.)
8
Max. Compatiible Pipe Size (In.)
4"
Min. Compatible Pipe Size (In.)
3"
Product Height (in.)
4 in

Details

Color Family
Dark Green
Color/Finish
Green
Material
Plastic
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Accessory
Product Weight (lb.)
2 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Diameter (in.)
8
Max. Compatiible Pipe Size (In.)
4"
Min. Compatible Pipe Size (In.)
3"
Product Height (in.)
4 in

Details

Color Family
Dark Green
Color/Finish
Green
Material
Plastic
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Accessory
Product Weight (lb.)
2 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year warranty

Questions & Answers

I have a 3" underground drain system that is Schedule 40, what do i need to connect his to that p...

I have a 3" underground drain system that is Schedule 40, what do i need to connect his to that pipe?
Asked by: Josh
Home Depot doesn’t sell an adapter for that. You’ll have to invent something - presumably a little leak won’t matter in landscaping, so I’d think about waterproof tape and a couple of hose clamps. They do make a 4inch corrugated to PVC DWV size pipe, but not schedule 40.
Answered by: MarylandDave
Date published: 2019-02-28

The flexible pipe has perforated holes on one side in a line. Are these holes supposed to be inst...

The flexible pipe has perforated holes on one side in a line. Are these holes supposed to be installed up or down? At the end of my pipe run, I do not have a gravel sump base to allow water to leach into the yard.
Asked by: DrainageMan
I have done extensive research and my own experimentation with these and you definitely want the holes pointing down. It is counter intuitive to what you would think, but you want the water to get out of the pipe, but it also works the other way when you are talking about a french drain setup. When water pools and then builds up if the holes are facing up you have to wait till water gets to the top of the pipe to enter it and then be drained off. Also pointing up means gravity will pull all kinds of debris into it and clog it. I lay down soil septerater cloth, then put my 3/4" clean rock inside the pocket at least 3" deep, the lay the pipe, tape joints with corrugated plastic tape, cover with more rock, encase it all in the soil seperater fabric so no soil can enter, then put soil and sod or grass seed over the top. Has worked well with my french drains so far and this will be an addition to my buried gutters as a prettier way of draining water into my ditch than just laying the pipe in it.
Answered by: backyardbuilder
Date published: 2019-03-07
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Customer Reviews

4 in. Pop-Up Emitter with Flexible Elbow is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 32.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is just the pop up terminal end of gutter fix. Our village requires all gutters to reroute w... This is just the pop up terminal end of gutter fix. Our village requires all gutters to reroute water from sewers to surface runoff. This has not been put in yet as the ground is frozen now, it is Chicago area. The spout comes with the flex elbow joint and this makes install even easier than others I have installed. The pop up drops down to ground level for mowing ease. You nee to run drainage piping out to where you want water to go to, then did trench to install plumbing, flex tubing with sock installed then connect all the work you did and refill dirt back fill. You can purchase flex tubing with sock at Home Depot, but get the sock as this will keep soil or debris from getting inside your hard work. Good weekend project and we outlined where the water should terminal with hose to see how it looked.
Date published: 2019-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I received this well packaged when shipped to Missouri in January, so its not been installed yet.... I received this well packaged when shipped to Missouri in January, so its not been installed yet. This is a well made durable plastic emitter joint that goes on the end of a buried drainage line and allows water that is draining thru the line under gravity pressure to press the emitter up and open the drain and then close again when the pressure drops back down. This is designed to be laid over a bed of drainage rock, 3/4" clean is my preferred rock. I also use the soil separater material before I lay my rock down so that dirt doesn't get mixed in with it. I also am a fan of the socks that go on slotted drainage pipe to keep dirt and such out of your drain pipe and doesn't allow outside stuff into it to clog it up. Further more they have a special tape that is designed to be used on corrugated plastic drainage pipe that i use. It is better than duct tape because it doen't get dried out and it is a waterproof tape unlike duct tape. From doing tests in the bath tub it works as intended. It will probably end up on the end of my buried gutter lines where they dump off in to my ditch at the front of the house. Make a much prettier looking exit than just the pipe sitting in the ditch.
Date published: 2019-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Reln pop-up emitter is a must have to keep drains closed off to access by small animals and bugs.... Reln pop-up emitter is a must have to keep drains closed off to access by small animals and bugs. Really like the flexible corrugate so I can set the emitter on a grade that is roughly 25 degrees in my application. I would have had to use a combination of fittings to have the pop-up look level with the lawn. The corrugate has a line of perforations which need to be pointed down during installation to keep standing water out and I will need to wrap mine with a material that will weep water while keeping sand and small rocks out of the drain. Plan to get a couple more now I know how easy they are to use. I will be attaching to a 3" corrugate but am pleased I have the option of attaching 4" with the same emitter.
Date published: 2019-03-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from If you have flooding near the house and you want to move the water coming from a gutter, roof, dr... If you have flooding near the house and you want to move the water coming from a gutter, roof, drain, etc.. than use this " 4 IN. POP-UP EMITTER WITH FLEXIBLE ELBOW ". A little digging and elbow grease is needed to make this work. It is very easy to install once you run the plumbing to the desired destination. After digging, and getting the correct pitch(important), just place this POP-UP on the elbow end and watch it work. Feels sturdy, the pop up part comes up easy once the water level is at the correct level. Note: not sure if I like the standing water in the pipe and have to see how the winter works, and if I have to get rid of all the standing water.
Date published: 2019-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have four downspouts from my home gutters that go into 4 inch drain tile. Two of these drain t... I have four downspouts from my home gutters that go into 4 inch drain tile. Two of these drain tiles terminate and spill into a small pond. The other two terminate into the center of my yard. For the two in the yard, I had used just regular elbows and grates at the termination point. I have to clean the debris out constantly to avoid blockage. I ordered these pop up emitters with flexible elbow made by Reln from Home Depot to replace the grates. They fit either 3 or 4 inch tile. The emitter portion is made of a durable green plastic that blends in well with the landscape. I like the flexible elbow because both of my tiles in the yard are on a slope and it was easy to adjust the angle of the bend to meet the grade and still flow properly. The emitter cap keeps all the grass and debris out of the tile. The emitter cap assembly can be easily removed if debris collects at the elbow. My only drawback is that they can hold some water if it is not sloped properly. Then when our freeze comes, the drain won’t work properly due to the ice in the tile flexible elbow until the spring thaw. That would result in back up in the drain tile. I did test both to make sure minimal water was left in the tile. I also set both in a bed of stone and drilled a few drain holes in the elbow wall to release the small amount of standing water. I think these look great and work well so far. Just what I expected.
Date published: 2019-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This device is actually two devices in one. I usually have to buy the top green part that allows... This device is actually two devices in one. I usually have to buy the top green part that allows water to leave the pipe and closes when no water pressure is pushing it open. But it also has the flexible black plastic pipe too, and this one will bend, expand out, and fit into both 3" and 4" pipe. The bending part of this makes it perfect to change direction of the pipe to whatever you desire. If you buy each of these parts separately, it will cost more that this, and the top will not be attached as well. I will be using this as my go to from now on. I don't see any drawbacks.
Date published: 2019-03-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This 4 IN. POP-UP EMITTER WITH FLEXIBLE ELBOW works well in my installation, but I have a few con... This 4 IN. POP-UP EMITTER WITH FLEXIBLE ELBOW works well in my installation, but I have a few concerns about it's durability that only time will tell if they're warranted. My only concern is the relatively light gauge or thickness of the plastic in the stress prone areas of the flex joints themselves. It maybe the nature of the beast, that it is a trade off to get the flexibility that the plastic must be thin to flex at all. In colder weather it may be prone to crack if it shifts location with the weight of the water being drained.
Date published: 2019-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This worked very well in solving my problem. I have a floor drain under my washing machine. The c... This worked very well in solving my problem. I have a floor drain under my washing machine. The city sewer backed up and the water came up the drain and into my kitchen. I have a parquet floor in that room and it required a lot of repair. After that I took the plug out of my clean-out and covered it with 1/4" wire mesh. I saw this emitter and installed it in my clean-out. It looks so much better and the bugs will stay out now. It takes very little pressure for the pop-up to work so I'm sure this problem won't happen again.
Date published: 2019-03-07
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