The DIG Adjustable Mini-Bubbler, featuring an umbrella pattern, is now offered with the choice of a 6 in. spike or ¼ in. barb, providing versatile options for your irrigation needs. This miniaturized yet powerful device boasts an adjustable flow mechanism, allowing you to control the water output with precision. The 360° gentle stream pattern ensures thorough coverage.
With a flow capacity of up to 31.5 gallons per hour (GPH) and an impressive diameter of 3.3 feet at 30 PSI, the Adjustable Mini-Bubbler is designed to meet the demands of your landscaping projects. Its rotating cap adds an extra layer of convenience, enabling simultaneous management of both flow and coverage.
Ideal for irrigating groundcovers, shrubs, and the areas beneath small tree canopies, this innovative tool, available on a spike or barb, offers a practical solution where traditional sprinklers may prove impractical. Elevate your watering efficiency with the Adjustable Mini-Bubbler and ensure your green spaces receive the care they deserve.
|BUS5B||Adjustable Mini-Bubbler on Spike (5-Pack) ||
|BUB360PRO||Adjustable Mini-Bubbler on Barb (100-Pack) ||
|BUS360PRO||Adjustable Mini-Bubbler on Spike (25-Pack) ||
The Adjustable Bubbler on Spike is available with a full circle umbrella pattern and includes a rotating cap that allows the adjustment of flow from 0 to 32 GPH at 15 to 30 PSI, using approximately 18 clicks for full flow and diameter. The notch action between the adjustable cap and the base allows a decrease or increase of the wetting area from 0 to 3.3′. Each bubbler comes in a one-piece construction that includes a 6” spike with barb, rotating cap and an additional 1/4″ barb to connect the micro tubing to the drip tubing. Use the bubbler where overhead watering is suggested on any type of planting, including shrubs, individual trees along the poly tubing or for planter boxes and large pots.
Basic installation recommendations for this product include first reviewing the area and then making a drawing of the garden or site with your preferred layout.
If automation is required, use one of DIG’s hose end timers or battery operated controllers. The ideal controller should have flexible scheduling and two to four start times per day for added flexibility.