1/2″ (.700 OD) Poly Drip Tubing (Brown)

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1/2″ (.700 OD) Poly Drip Tubing (Brown)

1/2″ (.700 OD) Poly Drip Tubing (Brown)

Brown drip tubing, commonly referred to as poly tubing, blank tubing, or drip hose, is used as the primary supply line of a drip irrigation system into which drip line, micro line or drip emitters are connected to deliver water to the plant area. Made with premium quality polyethylene resins, DIG’s 0.700″ OD brown drip irrigation blank poly tubing is designed to meet the demands of any drip irrigation project, above or below ground, from residential gardening to commercial landscape and agricultural installations. Brown poly tubing has outstanding environmental stress-cracking resistance, high burst strength and UV protection for durability and long life. It is available in coils of 100′ and 500′.

Features

  • Produced with Dow’s 7510 linear low-density polyethylene resins with high environmental stress crack resistance and UV protection against the damaging effects of ultraviolet rays
  • Color: Brown
  • Use with DIG’s black compression fittings, 17 mm barbed fittings and Nut Lock™ fittings
  • Dimensions: 100 ft. with .600 ID x .700 OD
  • Bending radius: 1 foot
  • Maximum operating pressure: 60 psi
  • Can be installed above or below ground
  • DIG’s drip irrigation products may be exempt from residential and commercial watering restrictions (check local codes)
  • Maximum recommended flow rate per each length of drip tubing is not to exceed 220 GPH (3.6 GPM)
  • Made in Vista, CA, USA

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MODEL DESCRIPTION
B36-700B 100 ft. 1/2 in. Poly Tubing (Brown)
B37-700B 500 ft. 1/2 in. Poly Tubing (Brown)

Specifications

  • Operating pressure: up to 60 PSI
  • Bending radius: 10"
  • Color: brown
  • Size: 1/2" .600 ID x .700 OD (.50 wall thickness)
  • Material: low-density polyethylene with a minimum of 2% UV protection

Drip tubing friction loss chart in PSI per 100'

c3 Flow cx c2 1/2 in. with .520 ID cx c2 1/2 in. with .600 ID cx c2 1/2 in. with .620 ID cx cx
GPM GPH L/H velocity f/s head loss in PSI velocity f/s head loss in PSI velocity f/s head loss in PSI
.50 30 113.6 .76 .32 .57 .2 .53 .1
.75 45 170.3 1.13 .7 .85 .3 .8 .3
1.0 60 227.1 1.51 1.2 1.14 .6 1.06 .5
2.0 120 454.2 3.02 4.2 2.27 2.1 2.13 1.8
2.25 135 511 3.4 5.2 2.55 2.6 2.39 2.2
2.50 150 567.8 3.78 6.4 2.84 3.2 2.66 2.7
3.0 180 681.4 4.53 8.9 3.41 4.4 3.19 3.8
3.25 195 738.2 4.91 10.3 3.69 5.2 3.46 4.4
3.50 210 794.9 5.29 11.9 3.97 5.9 3.72 5.0
4.0 240 908.5 6.05 15.2 4.54 7.6 4.25 6.5
4.50 270 1022.1 N/R N/R 5.11 9.4 4.78 8.0
5.0 300 1135.6 N/R N/R 5.68 11.4 5.32 9.8
5.50 330 1249.2 N/R N/R 6.24 13.6 5.85 11.6
5.0 360 1362.7 N/R N/R N/R N/R N/R N/R