3/8" Misting Line Tubing

DIG Ocean Breeze® Evaporative Mist Cooling flexible pipe line is extruded from premium polyethylene resin, ideal for use in a misting system. The flexible misting pipe line is used as the primary water supply line in the installation of Ocean Breeze® Evaporative Mist system, into which foggers are attached to deliver a pleasant, cooling mist. The flexible pipe line is resistant to cracking, heat, ultraviolet stress and chemicals and can be used in systems with pressures of up to 80 PSI.


• Convenient 50’ length
• Contains a minimum of 2% concentrated UV inhibitor to protect the flexible pipe line from thermal degradation
• Use with our wide range of 3/8" beige compression fittings with .450 OD
• Hang at a height of 8 to 12’ above the ground for best results
• Can be used with other manufacturers’ brands of barbed foggers
• DIG outdoor evaporative misting cooling pipe line is made in the USA


3/8" Misting Line Tubing
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3/8 in. components
OB07 50 ft. 3/8 in. Flexible Misting Line OB07

Product Specifications:

• Operating pressure: up to 80 PSI
• Length: 50 feet
• Bending radius: 12"
• Color: beige
• Size: 3/8" .375 ID x .455 OD
• Material: low-density polyethylene with a minimum of 2% UV inhibitor

how to use

3/8" Misting Line Tubing

About the Evaporative Mist Cooling flexible pipe line

The Evaporative Mist Cooling flexible pipe line operates at the pressure normally found in homes, without the need for expensive pumps, clamps or glue. The 3/8” Evaporative Mist Cooling flexible pipe line is generally used as the main lateral or the supply line in outdoor misting systems installation in commercial or residential applications. The 3/8” pipe should be installed 8 feet or higher above the ground for the best result.

To create your own microclimate, follow these instructions to install the pipe.

  1. Lay out the Evaporative Mist Cooling flexible pipe line at a height of 8' or higher and use “C” clamps every 2' to 5' to secure the misting-line pipe to the structure.
  2. At the location where the first fogger is to be placed, use a punch tool to create a hole in the misting pipe line pipe at a 90° to 120° angle to the ground.
  3. Insert the barbed end of the fogger into the hole. Continue using the same method to install each of the remaining foggers you have.
  4. Turn the water on to flush the line and then use the misting pipe line end to close the end.
  5. Turn the water on again and test the system making sure that each fogger is operating correctly.
  6. To automate the system, install a misting timer that can operate for a limited time through the day for a short cycle, such as every 2 to 5 minutes for 30 to 50 seconds.

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