1/2" Emitter Tubing, 12" Spacing, 0.5 GPH

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  • John Thelen - May 22nd 2023

    Worked Great

    I have two rows of sage 90ft long. Rows are planted 12" apart with plants on 12" centers. Ran this right down the middle, installed an Easy Loc hose adapter on one end and an Easy Loc cap on the other. Worked out perfectly - huge timesaver. Hose is heavy duty and should last a long time.

  • Daniel - Feb 5th 2021

    Emitter Tubing

    Works well, consistent pattern.

  • Bruce - Nov 22nd 2020

    It works as described

    Hard to find gph flow rate and emitter interval. Drip Works had it. Shipped one day after order and arrived two days later. Very happy with products abd service.

  • Reginald - Jun 26th 2018

    Easy purchase, prompt delivery

    Couldn't have been better!


This 1/2" inline drip emitter tubing has 0.5 GPH emitters pre-installed every 12 inches. It can be circled around trees or used in straight rows and is great for garden beds, long rows, hillside or terraced gardens, orchards, hedges and windrows. The built-in pressure compensating emitters allow for consistent flow rates regardless of changes in pressure due to long rows or changes in terrain.


  • Pressure Range: 10 - 50 PSI
  • Flow Rate: 50 GPH per 100' (0.5 GPH per emitter)
  • Maximum Single Row Length: 450'
  • Tubing Diameter: 0.600" ID, 0.700" OD (same size as our 1/2" mainline)
  • Fittings: Use with our 1/2" Easy Loc, barbed, or compression fittings

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