DIG Pressure Compensating (PC) Button Drip Emitters are designed to produce a consistent flow rate over a pressure range of 7.25 to 58 PSI. DIG PC drip button emitters are continuously adjusting to varying water pressures, ensuring a constant flow from each drip emitter regardless of pressure fluctuations or varying elevations along the line. The PC drip emitters are available in .5, 1, 2 and 4 GPH. Used for flowers, shrubs groundcovers and trees, DIG PC drip emitters offer a convenient way to water both, new and existing landscapes, including difficult terrain such as slopes, oddly shaped areas and sites with high winds.
- Labyrinth water passage with a floating silicon diaphragm design provides a self-cleaning mechanism at the water outlet
- Barbed inlet for installation into drip tubing or 1/4″ distribution tubing
- Male nipple outlet for a placement of multi-outlet adapter or bug caps
- Constructed of UV-resistant, durable plastic material to withstand the most adverse conditions
- Available in four color-coded flow rates for easy identification
- Pressure compensation enables the use of longer laterals with smaller diameter tubing
- Ideal watering solution for long laterals, rapid irrigation cycles, and for light soils
- Outlet can be connected into 1/8″ micro tubing with a stake for branching from the main line or lateral
- Unaffected by fluctuating inlet water pressure
- Operating pressure:
- 7.25 - 58 PSI (.5 - 4 BAR)
- Flow rates and color codes:
- .5 GPH (1.78 L/H) color code – brown
- 1 GPH (4 L/H) color code – black
- 2 GPH (7.60 L/H) color code – green
- 4 GPH (15.5 L/H) color code – red
- Inlet size:
- 1/4" (4 mm) barb
- Outlet size:
- 1/4" nipple
- Filter requirement:
- 120 mesh/130 microns for .58 GPH (2.2 L/H) or lower
- 150 mesh/100 microns for 1 GPH (3.8 L/H) or higher
- Filter selection depends on water quality and concentration of dirt particles
- Body and cover: polypropylene
- Diaphragm: silicone
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