1/2" Emitter Tubing, 24" Spacing, 1 GPH

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  • David - May 11th 2021

    Excellent service & prices

    I have been happy with the products that I have purchased but I must say that the sales department is extremely helpful, curtious and want to insure that you get the right product to do the job needed.

  • richard - Feb 9th 2020

    customer service

    DripWorks provides great service and support for my irrigation questions and their products are good quality

  • Eddie - Jul 7th 2019

    1/2" Emitter Tubing, 24" Spacing, 1 GPH

    Excellent product for drip. Doesn’t clog, good water flow. You don’t have to mess around with exterior emitters. Simple effective.


This 1/2" inline drip emitter tubing has 1 GPH emitters pre-installed every 24 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' (1 GPH per emitter)
  • Maximum Single Row Length: 400'
  • Tubing Diameter: .600 ID, .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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