Tape End Plug

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  • Lydia - Apr 2nd 2019

    Drip end plugs are GREAT

    The drip end plugs that we bought from DripWorks that have a formed loop in the end are the absolute BEST thing! they work, don't leak, and provide an anchor spot to stake down those pesky drip tapes. Perfect. I'll be buying more.

  • Dave - Jan 31st 2019


    Best plug available. Very easy to use and reuse.

  • randolph - Jun 17th 2018

    Added to drop tape kit

    Love the drip tape kit for row crops. This year I just needed some extra tape and fittings to add on to my kit., I think I saved a few dollars.

  • Truck Patch Naturals - May 25th 2018

    Market Garden Mainstay

    We've recently upgraded to Dripworks irrigation from our old broadcast watering method. We were so pleased with the results on our initial test beds that we opted to expand our drip irrigation to the rest of our market plot. With the addition of another 40 drip tape ends and emitters, we successfully upgraded the rest of the market plot in one evening!

  • George - May 19th 2018

    Great product

    Works very well for terminating drip tapes. Simple to use and resists higher pressure. Our community system sometimes sees pressure up to 50 PSI. these plugs held up and work much better than the "folk" remedy of doubling over and taping the ends of the drip tape

  • Gary - Sep 4th 2017

    Great product

    These end plugs work great with no leaks. I use them with the Toro drip tape.

  • Donald DeLano - Jun 15th 2015


    Must admit, I was sceptical as I have tried other brands and they always leak a bit. These put onto John Deere T Tape, with a little bit of extra tightening, have worked like a charm and no drip. Easy to use and dependable.


If you are looking to add a neat, clean and professional look to your drip irrigation system, the Drip Tape End Plug from DripWorks provides a simple, quick way to seal the end of drip tape. These plugs are easy to use. Properly installed, they will provide a leak-free seal for your drip tape. They also create an anchor spot for staking down drip tapes to keep them properly in place.

To create a tight seal, be sure tape is warm and pliable before attaching the 5/8" start fittings (LSB/LSBSO) and end fittings (LSGS/LSPLUG). If leakage continues to occur, a 1/4 turn with pliers should suffice.

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