Pipe Diameter: 13mm
Integral pressure-compensating, continuously self-cleaning, anti-siphon, 13mm brown heavy wall dripperline
Domestic & light commercial surface and sub-surface applications
Netafims 13mm Brown Dripperline is the ideal choice for applications involving:
- Sub-surface or on-surface installations
- High wind areas
- Areas subject to vandalism
- Planting areas
- Curved, narrow, and unshaped planting areas
- Turf, flower beds, trees, and shrubs
- Rooftop gardens
- Green walls
- High traffic or high liability areas
- Raised planters
- Pressure compensating
- Precise and equal amounts of water are delivered over a broad pressure range.
- 100% uniformity of water and nutrient distribution along laterals.
- Continuous self-flushing dripper design
- Flushes debris as it is detected throughout the operation, and not only at the beginning or end of a cycle; this ensures uninterrupted dripper operation.
- Anti-siphon mechanism
- Prevents contaminants from being drawn into the dripper
- Flexible tubing- Adaptable to any planting area shape
- UV resistant - Withstands heat and direct sunlight for on-surface installations.
- Single-hole dripper outlet from tubing
- Broad choice of dripper flow rates: 1.6 - 3.0 l/h
- Dripper spacings: 0.3m (Other dripper spacing available upon request)
- Operating range: 40kpa - 250kpa.
- Anti-siphon mechanism.
- Max system pressure: 250kpa.
- Recommended filtration: 120 mesh
- Dripperline OD (outside diameter): 15.3mm
- Dripperline ID (inside diameter) mm: 12.9mm
- Coil lengths: 50, 100, 200m.
- Suits 13mm lateral fittings with clips.
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 Netafim Techline 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
- Easier to insert into the tube, due to being 13mm
- Needs Ratchet Clips to secure correctly
Dripline Fitting - Double barbed
- No need for Ratchet Clips with double barbed fittings
- Less spending due to no Clips needed
- Harder to insert into the tube, due to being 14mm
Tip: Hot/boiling water will loosen the tube for easier insertion.