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Netafim Techline CV XR 17mm Emitter Tubing, 12" Spacing, 0.77 GPH

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$71.95 - $179.95

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SKU:
Q_TLHCVXR7-12
Condition:
New

Warranty

Netafim stands behind Techline Copper with an unprecedented warranty to be free …
Netafim stands behind Techline Copper with an unprecedented warranty to be free of emitter plugging due to root intrusion for a period of 17 years from the date of original delivery.

Description

The Netafim Techline CV XR is a pressure compensating dripline with a check valve enhanced with copper for long lasting protection. The Techline CV XR is ideal for sub surface applications. The Copper Oxide in the emitter will prevent root intrusion without any reliance on chemicals. All emitters turn on and off at the same time, maximizing balance of application and ensures 100% uniformity of water and nutrients. No low emitter drainage, great on slopes, and delivers more precise watering. The Techline CV XR Dripper is highly resistant to clogging from poor quality water, thus increasing filtration efficiency.

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Specifications:

  • Emitter spacing: 12".
  • Pressure Range: 14.5-58 PSI
  • Flow Rate: 77 GPH per 100' (0.77 GPH per emitter)
  • Maximum Single Row Length: 298 at inlet pressure of 60 PSI
  • Tubing Diameter: 17 mm
  • Recommended filtration: 120 mesh.
  • Self-flushing
  • Check Valve: emitters open at 14.5 PSI and shut off at 2 PSI.

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