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Drip 25 psi Pressure Regulator for 3/4 in. Threaded Pipe

$7.27
  • Maintains optimum pressure and flow to the drip line and emitters
  • Connects to standard 3/4 in. pipe
  • Simplifies the connection to a water system
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About This Product

Rain Bird PT7525PSIX Drip Irrigation 25 PSI Pressure Regulator, 3/4" Female Pipe Thread x 3/4" Male Pipe Thread. This Drip irrigation pressure regulator connects quickly and easily to any 3/4" pipe thread connection. Properly regulates water pressure and flow to a Drip irrigation system; maintaining optimum 25 PSI pressure and water flow to Drip lines and emitter devices. Simply screw into place so rubber gasket seals to assure leak-proof performance. Constructed of highly durable UV and chemical-resistant materials to assure long life. Rain Bird "The Intelligent Use of Water"

Highlights

  • 3/4 in. pipe thread 25 psi pressure regulator
  • Helps maintain optimum pressure and water flow to the drip line and emitters
  • Designed to connect to standard 3/4 in. pipe
  • 3/4 in. female pipe thread x 3/4 in. male pipe thread
  • Maintains optimum 25 psi pressure and water flow to drip lines and emitter devices
  • 20 GPM capacity
  • Connects to any 3/4" male pipe threaded riser or component
  • Durable, robust design provides reliable operation
  • Constructed of highly durable UV and chemical-resistant materials
  • Total satisfaction policy
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Product Information

Internet # 302470455

Model # PT7525PSIX

Store SKU # 1002688681

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 2.7 in, W 1.4 in, D 1.4 in

Dimensions

Inlet Diameter (in.)

.25

Outlet Diameter (in.)

.25

Product Depth (in.)

1.4 in

Product Height (in.)

2.7 in

Product Width (in.)

1.4 in

Details

Color Family

Blacks

Irrigation System Component

Pressure Regulator

Maximum Inlet Pressure Allowed (psi)

25

Maximum Regulated Pressure (psi)

25

Minimum Regulated Pressure (psi)

20

Pack Size

1

Returnable

90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

If a purchaser of any new Rain Bird consumer product becomes dissatisfied with it for any reason, he may return it to the retailer where it was purchased within a reasonable time for a full refund

Questions & Answers

3Questions
caret
Q:What is the minimum flow rate required for this regulator to hold the pressure at 25psi?
by|Aug 15, 2023
1 Answer
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A:  We need additional information to help answer questions about your yard set up, please reach out to our technical support at 1-800-RAIN BIRD (800-724-6247) so we can help.

by|Sep 6, 2023
    caret
    Q:What is the pressure rating for this piece? I have water pressure of 125psi, can this regulator reduce it to 25psi consistently?
    by|Apr 9, 2019
    1 Answer
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    A:  Performance data rates this item up to 100psi, so at 125psi you may or may not see consistent results.

    by|Apr 10, 2019
      caret
      Q:The text description says it must be installed after the valve. I'm planning to install one on the supply side of a three valve manifold. Can this be done? The text and the photo contradict each other.
      by|Nov 10, 2018
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      A:  Rain Bird did not answer this question properly. The question was not if the valve after the pressure regulator will impact the PSI at the emitters. Either the pressure regulator is designed to handle constant line pressure, or it is designed to handle intermittent pressure only when the valve is open. The documentation indicates it is designed to handle intermittent pressure. Place them after the valves, not as incorrectly shown in the picture.

      by|May 14, 2024
        1 found this answer helpful

        A:  The preferred location is after the valve, but it can be installed beforehand as well. There is minimal chance that the valve can affect the pressure, but it is possible.

        by|Nov 12, 2018

          A:  This pressure regulator will only regulate the pressure when the water is flowing. The preferred position is after the valve because, after the valve closes, the water will run out of the line, and no pressure regulation will be needed.

          by|Aug 15, 2023
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            Customer Reviews

            3.6 out of 5

            • 3.6 out of 50 reviews
            • 88% recommend this product
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            Rain Bird Very good name brand
            I work for a landscape company and that is what they use Rain Bird. But for my home Garden, I used this low water pressure. Valve . I took some pictures of different ways. I set up my low pressure watering system for my garden. I also like parenting with the rainbird umbrella bubbler staked. . Just so I can control my watering to my plants and not the area around it. Take a look, I've got 2 setry them. Both figure out which one works best for you.
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            Works perfect to reduce pressure for drip line
            When I added a raised garden in the backyard I needed a way to water it. I removed some lawn which left some sprinkler heads unused. I connected this pressure reducer to a sprinkler riser and ran low pressure drip line to the various plants. It seems to work very well and dribbles water nicely on my plants every time the sprinklers run. It has standard threads and flow direction was well marked so it was easy to use.
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            This Rain Bird 25 psi 1/4 in. Pipe Threaded Drip Pressure Regulator is a perfect pressure regulator for any drip sprinkler system for your yard projects. It easily regulates the water pressure to 25 psi for any sprinkler or drip line related project for your yard. This is a must needed regulator for a DIYer’s sprinkler/drip line system. Any DIYer should find this regulator relatively easy to install in their drip line sprinkler system.
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            Make sure fittings are correct!
            I bought this for my Hose Drip Irrigation system because my drippers were dislodging and some even popped off due to some high pressure from someone turning the hose faucet. The hose faucet is shared with the pool cleaners, so I have to stay on top of the pressure everytime they use the faucet to clean the filters. I bought this to fit on my timer, as seen in picture. Even though the pressure regulator states that it has a 3/4" fitting, it is NOT the same as a 3/4" HOSE fitting. long story, short, this did NOT fit my drip system! I have always have had good luck with Rain Bird irrigation fittings, so I am offf to Home Depot to trade this in for one that fits 3/4" Hose Fittings!
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            It's 1/2" not 1/4"
            This is a review of Rain Bird's 1/2" 25 psi regulator. FHT [female hose thread] at the other end. For newbies, this should be installed at the beginning of the drip irrigation line, but downstream of the supply line, which will be at street pressure. It's required so that you don't blow emitters off their connectors and cause leaks at all your barbed connectors! Not so sure how accurate. I have 62 psi coming from the house and running into a 50' 3/4" garden hose. At the end of it, I installed the regulator. And from there I'm feeding 40 feet of 1/2" trunk line which has 40 emitters along it's length. At the end of the trunk line, I installed a gage. It consistently reads 32 psi. But I don't have any leaks.
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            CRITICAL COMPONENT IN MY DRIP IRRIGATION SET UP
            I've used these 25 PSI regulators for about four years now on the inlets to my garden drip irrigation lines. They are critical to keeping the pressure regulated to a lower flow so as not to blow out the drip irrigation watering outlets on your irrigation line.They easily thread into your watering control valves and water spigot hose outlets.They will last for a very long time if you always remember to drain the water from them before the winter and keeping them out of the sun will probably help too.
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            disappointed, all plastic, doesn't work
            This regulator is all plastic. The threads are SOFT plastic and are VERY easy to cross thread, especially on a brass body spigot or similar. Looks great but couldn't even try to use it because when it was finally threaded on correctly the threads leaked. The output end mated with a plastic body but was still difficult. I didn't notice much of a difference in pressure. The input side is street pressure 70psi. The output was definitely more than 25psi.
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            Works as you expect it to
            Rain Bird 25 psi 1/4 in. Pipe Threaded Drip Pressure Regulator is exactly what it says. A pressure regulator just like a PRV for the entire home, except this is for that hose only. So far, it seems to have been helping. No issues and as my drip irrigation is connected to it, the pressure and water coming out of that hose is aligned with my expectations.
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            Does the job!
            Anyone that has installed a drip irrigation system has probably had the experience of blowing out emitters because the water pressure is too high. Personally, I have my sprinklers and my drip running off the same supply. As the sprinklers need higher pressure, I have to reduce the pressure for the drip lines. This every simple regulator does the job. Easy to install - it just goes inline with the supply. The female coupling in the supply will have to rotate as the female on this regulator does not. I've read the reviews about the piece snapping and breaking - you just have to be a bit careful not to overtighten. Overtightening will actually compress the gasket and cause leaking. Very happy with this regulator - two thumbs up (FYI the description of the regulator is wrong, it's for 3/4 inch pipe, not 1/4 inch, that should be fixed as it might confuse some folks).
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            Great pressure regulator
            The RainBird 25 psi 1/4" NPT-threaded pressure regulator is precise and well built. My water pressure is relatively high, around 110 psi on a regular day, and this regulator brings it down to very consistent and usable 25 psi for irrigation purposes. You have to keep in mind that this is not pressure reducing valve, but it works with minimal water flow bringing it down to 25 psi with at least 5 nozzles. Construction is beefy and strong with UV, solvent and acid resistant ABS plastic and an EPDM washer. Snugging it by hand is more than enough to get a tight seal and no leaks. It is a great product and a must have on an irrigation dripper.
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