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Orchard Irrigation Kit - Large

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$619.95

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SKU:
KOK3
UPC:
754932294661
MPN:
KOK3

Description

Perfect for small commercial orchards.

This kit is designed to water 60 trees in two zones. The 3/4" mainline can support more emitter tubing which gives this kit some room for expansion. Complete with quality poly tubing and fittings for a long system life and ease of use. Using our 1/2" pressure compensating emitter tubing, your trees with receive even water distribution to the root zone which promotes healthy growth. Simple to automate with the addition of any two zone controller.

Features:

  • 3/4" poly mainline
  • 1/2" secondary line
  • 1/2" emitter tubing
  • High flow hose Y
  • Filter and regulator
  • Hold downs

Parts List:

  • 1 - 100' Roll 3/4" Mainline Tubing (34100)
  • 1 - 500' Roll 1/2" Mainline Tubing (12500)
  • 1 - 500' Roll 1/2" Emitter Tubing (DET121-500)
  • 1 - 100' Roll 1/2" Emitter Tubing (DET121)
  • 2 - 3/4" Easy Loc Female Hose Beginning (ELFH34)
  • 1 - High Pressure Screen Filter (FAMCP34)
  • 1 - 40 PSI Pressure Regulator (PRLV40)
  • 1 - High Flo Hose Y (HYVHPL)
  • 1 - Poly Cut Tool (POLYCUT)
  • 6 - 1/2" Hold Downs - 6 x 100 pack (SUHD-100)
  • 1 - Female Hose to Pipe Adapter (AFHFP)
  • 1 - Male Hose Pipe Adapter (AMHMP)
  • 6- Easy Loc Reducing Tee (ELRT)
  • 60 - 1/2" Easy Loc Tee (ELT)
  • 60 - 1/2" Easy Loc End Cap (ELMC)
  • 2 - 3/4" Easy Loc End Cap (ELMC34)

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