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1/8" Polyethylene Micro Tubing (0.125" ID x 0.187" OD)

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$4.95 - $37.95

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Reviews

  • Jose - Sep 19th 2020

    5
    Very good product

    Very good product and quick delivery.

  • Randy - Aug 13th 2020

    5
    Easy Peasy

    Nice tubing that is easy to work with.

  • Joel - Jun 3rd 2020

    5
    Works just as it should

    Works great. Does the jobs I intended it to getting water from my main line to my drippers set in tomato pots.

  • Karen - Jul 29th 2019

    5
    Micro tubing

    Exactly what I ordered and fast shipping. Great company.

  • David - Feb 28th 2019

    5
    Micro Tubing

    Works well with my spot sprayers.

Description

The 1/8" Polyethylene Micro Tubing from DripWorks is ideal for connecting 1/8" Spot Spitters, or Pot Drippers in your drip irrigation system to your mainline tubing. This sturdy 1/8" tubing has an inside diameter of 0.125" and an outside diameter of 0.187". Our 1/8" polyethylene hose is available in lengths ranging from 100 feet to 1,000 feet, meaning you can order just the right amount for your application.

Specifications:

  • Size: 0.125" ID x 0.187" OD
  • Flow Rate: 15 gallons per hour (4 feet or less)
  • Max. Pressure: 30 PSI
  • Fittings: Use with 1/8" micro 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. Please see the ID and OD measurements for exact tubing size.
  • Due to the small diameter of this tubing, it has a limited flow capacity. Do not connect too many Spot Spitters or Pot Drippers to one 1/8" line.

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