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1/2" Compression Coupler

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$0.69

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SKU:
CC
UPC:
013158160533

Reviews

  • David - Jun 30th 2020

    5
    Great product, fast, easy service

    The web page is well laid out, the product is perfect and delivery was fast

  • Roger - May 20th 2019

    5
    1/2 inch drip system

    I like this drip system for our trees. Water drips directly into the soil. There is minimal weed growth because there is no spraying of water. The trees seem to be doing better than ever

  • david - Sep 20th 2018

    5
    Essential part

    Order lots of these, you will need them! Everytime you puncture a 1/2” line with a shovel or weeding tool, you need this to fix it, and to extend lines. Order 3x what you think you will need! Cheaper and quicker to install than the easy-loc.

  • Edward - Jun 13th 2018

    3
    Cracks in Winter

    Several of these crack every winter. It may be the extreme cold in New Hampshire or that I don't completely drain the lines even though I try. I will try to completely drain the line before this coming winter & will write another review.

Description

This coupler is used to extend a mainline or branch line or to repair a break by connecting two pieces of 1/2" mainline tubing.

A necessary fitting to repair a drip irrigation system, always have a few on hand.

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