Flush Valves

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  • Fernando - Apr 25th 2021

    Bloomica Landscaping

    Great product, work as described. Will recommend.

  • David - Apr 15th 2021

    Amazing customer service

    I placed an order for 4 inexpensive parts but when I reviewed the order I found that I had only ordered 1. I sent an email about my error. The next morning I received a phone call and was able to correct my order. It is amazing in these times that a business would provide that level of customer service for a very small order.

  • Garland - Nov 24th 2019


    product worked well in all positions, well pleased. service was excellent!

  • Shane - Jul 30th 2019

    Drip release valves

    I’ve been using release valves for my drip installations for years. Great product! Dripworks make ordering them fast and easy.

  • Barry - Aug 11th 2018

    Excellent Service and Products

    We needed to irrigate the 50+ pots on our terrace as we had planned a 2 week vacation. After much planning, I surrendered and contacted DripWorks via chat. The agent was INCREDIBLY helpful! I think we chatted for the better part of a hour, and it's a good thing we did. Had I proceeded without her expert advise, I would not have been successful because I would have missed a couple critically important parts. I also avoided getting some unnecessary items. It brought a smile to our faces when the "moment of truth" happened and we turned everything on for the first time. Wow! It all worked, and there were zero leaks. We did need to swap out some of the drippers for those with higher flows, but otherwise, it works like a charm. Should have done this 5 years ago!


Small, simple and economical, flush valves punch way above their weight. Flush valves open when water pressure in the line drops below 2.5 PSI, effectively draining the line when the system shuts off. Draining the line helps prevent prolonged dripping from watering devices, mineral build up, and freeze damage during the winter months. In short, a small investment in flush valve irrigation can pay big dividends in preventing problems down the line.

At DripWorks, we make it easy for you to find the right flush valve. Drip irrigation choices include flush valves are available with either a female hose thread (FHT) or 3/4" female pipe thread (FPT) inlet.

If you have questions about these valves or about drip irrigation in general, fill in and submit our handy online question form or call us toll-free. Our expert staff can give you advice that will save you time, money and hassles.

  • VFH - Can be installed by using either an Easy Loc Tee (ELMT) or an adapter (ELMH) when connecting to 1/2" mainline. To connect to 3/4" mainline use an Easy Loc Tee (ELMT34) or an adapter (ELMH34).
  • VFP - Can be installed by using an Easy Loc adapter (EL34M) when connecting to 1/2" mainline. To connect to a 3/4" mainline use an adapter (EL34M34).

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