1/2" Easy Loc x .400 Barb w/ Shutoff Valve

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  • Emanuel - Dec 15th 2020

    1/2" easy loc

    These are Awesome. I saw a similar product at my local community college and sketched out their setup and found them at Dripworks. Totally great company and fast service!

  • Thomas - May 26th 2019

    Love these fittings!

    I converted my garden from zones to discreet control over every line. Much more flexibility to get the plants what they need throughout the growing season.

  • Charles - Jun 8th 2018

    Very stiff valve

    We have 10 ten 4' x 25' beds with 4 runs of drip tubing on each bed. I used one of these valves on each line, so 40 valves. My wife ended up not using our system because the valves were too hard for her to turn.

  • Mary Perez - Mar 8th 2014

    Easy Loc x .400 Barb w/shutoff valve

    The shutoff valves worked great to control the water flow to separate drip lines in a field with a variety of vegetables with different water needs. We used the barbs to control 95 lines of drip tubing in an area of 2 acres. This allowed vegetables with high water needs (lettuce) to be watered more often than those with lower water needs (corn, sunflowers, etc).


Insert the barbed end of this fitting into your mainline tubing and attach 1/2" blank or emitter tubing to the Easy Loc end to control an individual row. Uses .400 barb punch (PU400NEW).

The .400 barb can only be used in 3/4" mainline or larger.

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