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$$11.90Drip Irrigation Supplies \ Solid Drip Irrigation Tubing \ 1/2" .700 OD Drip Irrigation Poly Tubing HoseDD-DH700-100
DD-DH700-100

1/2" x 100' .700 OD Poly Tubing - 100' Roll

For main and lateral lines of a drip irrigation system. Use 1/2' compression fittings (700 series) or Direct-Loc fittings. 100 foot roll.
Irrigation Direct1/2" x 100

1/2" x 100' .700 OD Poly Tubing - 100' Roll

$11.90

Item #: DD-DH700-100

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For main and lateral lines of a drip irrigation system. Use 1/2" compression fittings (700 series) or Direct-Loc fittings. 100 foot roll.
  • 100 foot roll
  • 600" Inside Diameter & .700" Outside Diameter
  • Use 700 Series Compression fittings with this tubing. Do not use 710 fittings (blue rings).
  • Use Direct-Loc Drip Fittings (fit 710 & 700 drip tubing)
  • Operating Pressure: 10 - 60 PSI
  • Recommended Pressure: 30 PSI
  • High Quality PE (Polyethylene) Drip Tubing
  • Manufactured with Finger Print PE Resin
  • Blank Black Drip Tubing for Professional Installation
  • Maximum Flow Rate per Circuit: 240 GPH (Gallons Per Hour)
  • Drip Tubing Maximum Run Chart

For main and lateral lines of a drip irrigation system. Use 1/2" compression fittings (700 series) or Direct-Loc drip fittings (fits 700 & 710 drip tubing). The maximum distance that you can run drip tubing will vary with the number of emitters you install and the spacing between emitters.

Drip Tubing Maximum Run Chart

How To Install 700 Series Solid Poly Drip Tubing

700 Series Solid Poly Tubing DD-DH700

The 700 series solid poly tubing from Irrigation Direct is used with drip irrigation for main and lateral water lines. It has a .700 outside diameter and a .600 inside diameter giving the tubing a .050 wall thickness.

Because of its softness, drip poly tubing is not meant to be buried. If buried, the tubing may compress and reduce or cut off the flow of water. Vermin such and gophers and moles are known to chew poly tubing that has been buried.

If you need to bury your drip poly tubing, its best to sleeve the buried length with rigid PVC tubing.

Its operating pressure is 10 - to 60 psi with its optimal pressure being 30 psi. Its maximum flow rate is 240 gallons per hour. Its manufactured from high quality polyethylene resigns and UV inhibitors. With proper care and maintenance, poly tubing can last for up to 8 years. Mulching over tubing will extend the tubings life.

Solid poly tubing from Irrigation Direct comes in several lengths. Theres our 50ft, 100ft , 500ft and 1000ft rolls. The maximum distance that you can run drip tubing will vary with the number of emitters you install and the spacing between emitters.

Look for the Drip Tubing Maximum Run Chart on the overview tab on the drip tubings product page.

The 700 series tubing uses either compression or direct-loc series fittings.

Before Installing, its best to let your drip tubing sit in the sun for at least 30 minutes. This softens the tubing and allows it to unroll for easier installation.

When unrolling the tubing, start by using a tubing holder stake or heavy object to keep the tubing in place. Then unroll the tubing as you would roll a tire. This helps to help keep the tubing from spiraling and causing kinks.

Once unrolled, use tubing holder stakes at 5 to 10 foot intervals to secure the tubing in place.

Now your tubing is ready for Drip Emitters or Micro Sprays.

The 700 series solid poly tubing is just one of many professional irrigation products available from Irrigation Direct

Maximum Distance

This will vary with the number of emitters you install and the spacing between emitters. Our Drip Tubing Maximum Run Chart refers to pressure-compensating & non-pressure-compensating emitters. See below for more information.

Pressure Compensating Emitters

  • Deliver the stated gph (gallons per hour) even if pressures range is 10-50 psi
  • Works well with elevation changes
  • Self-flushing to reduce clogging

Non-Pressure-Compensating Emitters

  • Output will vary with changes in pressure & elevation

5/8" Compression Fittings

  • Recommended pressure: 10-30 psi
  • Max pressure: 60 psi

What Size Is My Drip Tubing?

 

 
Drip Hose US Dimensions (inches)
Tubing # Size (commonly called)
Inner Diameter Outer Diameter Wall Thickness
Compression Fitting Ring Color
185 1/8" 0.125
0.185 0.030 n/a
220 7/32" 0.160 0.220 0.030 n/a
250 1/4" 0.170 0.250 0.040 Orange
307 5/16" 0.250 0.307 0.028 Grey
350 11/32" 0.250
0.350 0.050 n/a
Specifications
General
Item #DD-DH700-100
MSRP$11.90

1/2" Compression

Coupling (all black -

700 series)

Joins sections of 1/2"

drip tubing. No glue

required.

1/2" Drip Tubing (700

Series)

SOLID mainline tubing.

No holes or emitters.

Threaded End Cap

Installed at the end

of the line.

Threaded cap allows for easy

flushing.

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Tip: Check compression ring color

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Upgrade Your Drip Hole Punch & Save Time
A clean cut makes it easier

Some drip irrigation hole punches are shaped like a pencil and simply poke a hole as they push through the drip irrigation tubing. They require more force and can slip off of the drip tubing before they make the hole. The Super Punch (shown here) has a squeeze handle and is only $9.90. A less expensive option is our Deluxe Hole Punch which has a sharp, circular cutting edge. This drip irrigation hole punch is comfortable, easy on your hands, and costs only $3.90.

Fix Little Holes With a Goof Plug
Doubles as a 1/4" end plug

If you make a mistake and poke a hole in the wrong place on a drip line, insert a goof plug (small barb). If the hole gets worn and leaks a little, pull the plug out and use the large barbed end. Goof plugs are also used to plug the end of 1/4" micro tubing.

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