Pressure Compensating Shrubbler

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  • Michael - May 22nd 2018

    Work Great!

    These drip emitters work perfectly for me and put a good amount of water out in a relatively short period of time. I wish they could be purchased in packs of 25.

  • Sharon - Apr 23rd 2018

    PC Shrubblers

    I use pressure compensating shrubblers exclusively in the drip systems I install. I like the versatility of having each water outlet adjustable, and if having the water pressure the same on each outlet.

  • Jerry - Feb 25th 2018

    Vegetable gardener

    So far they work good for me and my new tomato patch I like they they are built and function

  • James - Jul 18th 2017

    PC Shrubber

    Another excellent product

  • Laraine Willkie - Mar 14th 2014

    Pressure compensating schrubbers

    We have a well and these are perfect in my DripWorks system, works consistently no matter how the water pressure fluctuates.


The Pressure Compensating Shrubbler has a gentle flow action with uniform coverage for all emitters on the same supply tubing line. Although these are pressure compensating, there is some variation due to pressure, see the chart below.


  • Non-adjustable flow rate
  • Take apart for easy cleaning
  • Colored cap for identification
  • Pressure range is 15 to 45 PSI
  • Long life UV stabilized
PSI GPH Diameter
15 6.6 7 inches
20 7.5 8 inches
30 8.1 12 inches
40 9.3 14 inches

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