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Soaker Dripline 9" Spacing

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$19.95 - $84.95

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SKU:
Q_DSD9

Description

This 1/4" polyethylene tubing has small emitters pre-installed every 9". It is flexible and can be wound through flower beds or borders, around trees or shrubs, run down rows or raised vegetable beds and can be used in container planting. It is an inexpensive and effective method for watering a variety of plants and gardens. Soaker Dripline also works well with gravity and low pressure systems.

Watch our Soaker Dripline video to see how easy it is to install.

Flow rate is measured in gallons per hour (GPH) and varies with pressure

  • Flow rate at 10 PSI is approximately 56 GPH per 100' roll (approx. 0.42 GPH per emitter)
  • Flow rate at 20 PSI is approximately 80 GPH per 100' roll (approx. 0.60 GPH per emitter)
  • Flow rate at 30 PSI is approximately 107 GPH per 100' roll (approx. 0.80 GPH per emitter)

Maximum recommended run length for a row of 9" spaced Soaker Dripline is 25 feet

How to use Soaker Dripline:

  • Use a punch to make a 1/4" hole in the mainline tubing where each line of Soaker Dripline will connect.
  • Insert a 1/4" transfer barb or micro-flow valve into the beginning of each line of Soaker Dripline, then connect to the mainline tubing.
  • Place the Soaker Dripline around your plants, being careful not to exceed the maximum run length for a single line.
  • Use a 1/4" goof plug to seal off the end of each line of Soaker Dripline.
  • Use U-shaped or J-shaped wire hold downs to pin the Soaker Dripline in place.
  • The Miracle Insert Tool can be used to easily insert tranfer barbs and goof plugs into Soaker Dripline.

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