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Pope Drip Eze Tubing

$32.86

  • Discreet brown tubing blends into the landscape
  • Self cleaning built-in filter in the emitter for added protection
  • Easy to install, fits difficult corners, rockeries and intricately shaped landscape beds
  • Two directly opposed outlet holes to prevent exit
Details Code Price Quantity  
13mm x 15m 1010264 $32.86
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Features
  • Discreet brown tubing blends into the landscape
  • Self cleaning built-in filter in the emitter for added protection
  • Easy to install, fits difficult corners, rockeries and intricately shaped landscape beds
  • Two directly opposed outlet holes to prevent exit
  • Drip Eze can be covered with mulch
  • Ideal for low water pressure
  • Saves 50-60% of water v's traditional watering methods
  • 2 L/h drippers built into the tube
  • 30cm dripper spacing
  • 13mm Lateral fittings and 16mm Dripline Fittings

Overview

Drip Eze extruded in-line drip tube is a precise, low flow irrigation product suited for a wide range of landscape applications, such as high density planting areas and intricately shaped landscape beds.

Drip Eze applies water to the plants at a slow consistent rate, reducing the risk of run-off and water wastage.
Particularly suited to areas like median strip garden beds where over spray cannot be tolerated.

Lateral Fittings vs Dripline Fittings

A confusing area around dripline is the size and correct fittings to use. The industry standard for most dripline is 16mm OD and 14mm ID. These use the dripline double barbed fittings. Even though they say 16mm, they're made for 14mm ID dripline.

The Drip Eze dripline is 13mm ID, meaning you can use either the standard 13mm Lateral fittings or the 16/14mm dripline fittings. The benefits of using the 16mm dripline fittings, you won't have to use the Ratchet Clips, as you do for the Lateral Fittings because of the double barbs. The cons of using the dripline fittings are they are harder to push in.

Lateral Fitting - Single Barb
lateral-fitting-with-clip

Pros:

  • Easier to insert into the tube, due to being 13mm

Cons:

  • Needs Ratchet Clips to secure correctly
Dripline Fitting - Double barbed
double-barbed

Pros:

  • No need for Ratchet Clips with double barbed fittings
  • Less spending due to no Clips needed

Cons:

  • Harder to insert into the tube, due to being 14mm

Tip: Hot/boiling water will loosen the tube for easier insertion.

 

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