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Tee Filters

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$10.95 - $11.95

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Q_FT

Reviews

  • Brett Bussell - Jun 12th 2019

    5
    Developer

    Great site for getting my patio cooled

  • Penny - May 10th 2019

    5
    Tee filter

    Seems to be filtering rain water from my rain barrels pretty well. It connects to soaker hoses in my vegetable garden.

  • James - Dec 12th 2018

    5
    Used with rainwater tanks

    This filter goes at the outlet of my rainwater tanks used for gravity-feeding my drip system. It will get clogged after a while. I take out the screen tube and blow it clear from the outside in with compressed air.

  • Diane - Apr 2nd 2018

    4
    Tee Filters

    They work well - but make darned sure they don't freeze. They will crack in a heartbeat so drain your lines and make sure you stay on top of that in the spring when you can still get frost.

Description

Tee filters are great for smaller irrigation systems. The female hose thread (FHT) swivel inlet will connect directly to the male hose threads on a faucet, garden hose or timer. The hose cap can be removed to access the stainless steel screen for cleaning.

Features:

  • Maximum pressure: 80 PSI
  • Maximum flow: 9 gallons per minute (GPM)
  • Female hose (FHT) inlet and male hose (MHT) outlet
  • Stainless steel screen available in 150 or 200 mesh

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