3/4″ Y Hose End Splitter


3/4″ Y Hose End Splitter

3/4″ Y Hose End Splitter

DIG’s D52, 3/4″ Plastic Heavy Duty “Y” Hose End Splitter controls two outlets from a 3/4″ faucet or garden hose. The “Y” hose splitter allows for a connection of a drip irrigation system while providing an extra outlet for a garden hose or for additional drip irrigation zone..


  • All-purpose hose end splitter for use in drip irrigation or micro sprinkler systems or for extra outlet on your outdoor faucet
  • Heavy duty plastic construction
  • Smooth opening and closing
  • Twin shut-offs control water flow for two hoses
  • Large ergonomic valve handles resist breakage and allows for easy opening and closing
  • Durable, rustproof construction; not recommended for hot water use
  • Use two hoses from one outdoor faucet or one hose by using the shut-off valve
  • Leak-free ball valve
  • 3/4″ female hose thread inlet connection and two male hose thread outlets
  • High flow from both outlets


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D52 Y Hose Splitter


  • Operating pressure: up to 100 PSI
  • Flow rates: up to 5 GPM (19 LPH) @ 40 PSI with ball valve fully open
  • Inlet and outlet size: 3/4" female hose thread (FHT) x two, 3/4" male hose threads (MHT)
  • Temperature range: up to 130°F (54°C)
  • Ball valve inlet diameter: 8.4 mm
  • Materials: Housing and ball valves - high impact plastic. Warning: Not intended for hot water


The 3/4″ hose end splitter is used as an extra outlet on your outdoor faucet and is ideal for adding a hose end drip irrigation system.

Installation into a faucet or to hose thread

To the faucet, first connect a backflow device (model D45). If more than one outlet is needed, add a 3/4″ “Y” ball valve. If water quality is a concern, install DIG’s 3/4″ filter with 155-mesh (model D57A), then a 25 PSI pressure regulator (model D46), and finally a 3/4″ swivel adapter with screen (model C34).

The 3/4″ FHT backflow preventer is used to keep contaminated water from re-entering the household/municipal water supply lines, and in areas where discharge or spilling of water will not cause damage. If a timer is used, the backflow preventer should be installed after (downstream of) the timer.

The filter is used to protect the small orifices of the drip emitters and micro sprinklers against clogging and it is mounted after the backflow device if used.

The pressure regulator should be installed after the filter if used, and only if the system water source pressure is above 30 PSI.