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Woodpecker Emitters

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$15.95 - $54.95

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If you're looking for emitters for your drip irrigation system that are sturdy and reliable and resist clogging, consider the Woodpecker Drip Irrigation Emitters from DripWorks. Emitters play a small but crucial role in properly watering plants. Many folks consider the Netafim Woodpecker line of emitters the best on the market.

These Woodpecker drippers are heavy-duty, pressure-compensating emitters. Many grape growers favor them in the rugged vineyards of Northern California.

We carry a variety of versions, including 1/2 GPH, one GPH, two GPH and six GPH. Various product reviews online attest to the high quality of these products.

  • 1/4" inlet and outlet
  • May be used at the end of 1/4" tubing
  • The EPDM rubber diaphragm is the largest available and the least likely to plug
  • Pressure range of 7-58 PSI
  • Recommended minimum filtration of 120 mesh
  • Industry's widest flow path with wider dripper cross section to allow large particles through the dripper and reduce clogging.
  • Continuous self-flushing system
  • Patented pressure differential system maintains uniform flow rate at different inlet working pressures (within the recommended pressure range) to ensure exact distribution of water nutrients

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