1/2" Polyethylene Mainline Tubing (0.600" ID x 0.700" OD)

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$13.95 - $129.95




  • Hugo H - Aug 1st 2022

    Mainline tubing

    Strong yet flexible enough to adapt to my raised beds configuration

  • Sherry - Jun 20th 2021

    Easy to use

    So simple and straightforward to use. Website has an unlimited amount of resources to help.

  • GEORGE - Jun 20th 2021

    Quality product

    DripWorks has quality products that I continue to buy.Have bought this tubing many times and it holds up very well So far never had a failure from weather.

  • EDITH - May 25th 2021

    Half inch mainline poly tubing

    It looks good. Arrived in good condition.

  • New gardener - May 25th 2021

    connections leak

    This was my first experience with drip irrigation. The tubing seems like fine tubing, but I haven't figured out how to pierce other DW connectors into it (emitters, connection barbs, goof plugs) without it still significantly leaking around the barbs at the puncture site. I don't know if this is a fault of the tubing or the included yellow plastic punch key being too big. The directions say to roll out the tube in the warm sun so it's easier to work with, but customer service says the sun makes the holes stretch? I'll keep troubleshooting .

  • Falle - Mar 14th 2021

    Drip line

    Great product and customer service

  • Ruthie - Mar 12th 2021

    Property owner

    The tubing is working just as described. The service from DripWorks is great, everything I order arrives quickly.

  • Diane - Feb 15th 2021

    product review

    I always by my 1/2 inch polyethylene tubing from Dripworks because I never have to worry about it not being the right size for my fittings. Love there products.

  • THOMAS - Nov 21st 2020

    Drip components

    Im not a big fan of online purchases. I like shopping local. The more local the better. That said, this order was perfect from browsing the products available, ordering, paying and delivery. The finished look and quality wont make me a great vegetable grower but it wont be because I didn't purchase great irrigation supplies.

  • Kurt - Nov 15th 2020


    I have used this and all DripWorks products for years and always been more than satisfied!


Versatile and economical enough to suit many uses, this 1/2" polyethylene tubing is the most common size of supply line used for most drip systems. It is often used as a mainline for small to medium-sized gardens. It can also serve as a header or branch line off of a larger mainline.

DripWorks carries this 1/2” black poly tubing in a variety of lengths ranging from 50 feet to 1,000 feet. That lets you pick just the right amount of black tubing you need for your specific application. It is durable and will stand up well to the weather, including intense sunlight.

If you have questions about this product or drip irrigation in general, call us toll-free during business hours. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff can give you information that will save you time and money. You may also fill in and submit our online question form.


  • Size: 0.600" ID x 0.700" OD
  • Max. Pressure: 50 PSI
  • Max. Flow: 240 GPH (4 GPM)
  • Fittings: Use with 1/2" Easy Loc, compression or barbed fittings

Important Notes:

  • This tubing is not rated for use under constant pressure. It must be installed after automated timers and valves.
  • All tubing is nominally sized. There is no industry standard. Refer to the ID and OD measurements for exact tubing size.

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