Polyethylene drip irrigation tubing is used as the main lateral or as the sub-lateral in the design and installation of drip irrigation or low volume irrigation systems on a wide range of applications, including commercial and residential. The 1/2" polyethylene drip tubing, with .670 OD, from DIG Corporation is available in 100', 250’, and 500’ coils. This 1/2" brown tubing is made of linear low-density polyethylene resin.
The poly drip tubing exhibits a combination of outstanding environmental stress-cracking resistance and burst strength. The Dow FINGERPRINT™ DFDA-7510 raisin used in the manufacturing of DIG, drip tubing, includes an anti-oxidant to protect the end product from thermal degradation. The materials selected contain the Dow FINGERPRINT™ (trace element) that certifies the product and provides verification as to the identity of the drip tubing in the event of failure.
Bending radius: 10"
Maximum flow rate: 210 GPH (3.5 GPM)
Operating pressure: up to 60 PSI
Recommended pressure: 25 to 30 PSI
Size: 17 mm .570 ID x .670 OD (.50 wall thickness)
Use with: 17mm barbed and nut lock fittings
Warranty: Five year manufacturer’s limited warranty
Available in 100', 250' and 500' coils
Compatibility: Interchangeable (can be used with) other manufacturer brands of the same .OD size tubing and barbed fittings
Contains the Dow FINGERPRINT™ (trace element) for identification in the event of failure
The drip tubing exhibits outstanding environmental stress-cracking resistance and burst strength