1/2" Emitter Tubing, 36" Spacing, 1 GPH

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  • Gil - May 7th 2021

    Putting in flower field

    Love the product, pricing, online help, wish there was pruce break free shipping

  • Denise - Jul 17th 2020

    1/2" Emitter Tubing, 36" Spacing, 1 GPH

    Wow! This tubing is the best! High quality and it doesn't expand and contract with the temperatures like other 1/2" lines. And no hassle with emitters. Wish I had this product in March when I installed 2 acres of plants. I will now be replacing all my lines with this 1/2" Emitter tubing.

  • Cindy - Jun 23rd 2020

    Long row of redwoods

    We are in the California Central Valley, so it’s important to keep our redwood trees watered in the heat of the summer. The emitter tubing works well for us.

  • Scott - May 21st 2018

    Drip system

    Great service and quick delivery, all parts worked as expected.

  • Debra Melland - Mar 12th 2014


    I used this 3 ft emitter tubing for my tomato plants. It was very simple and easy to lay out and attach to the supply tubing. Two emitters out of 33 did not work but Dripworks sent me two replacement emitters to stick into the tubing. Worked great!


This 1/2" inline drip emitter tubing has 1 GPH emitters pre-installed every 36 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: 34 GPH per 100' (1 GPH per emitter)
  • Maximum Single Row Length: 550'
  • 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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