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DIG, 4-Outlet Drip Manifold with 1/2” FNPT and Barbed Elbow


DIG, 4-Outlet Drip Manifold with 1/2” FNPT and Barbed Elbow

The 4-outlet drip manifold is a high flow emission device available in flow rates of 2 GPH and 6 GPH per each outlet.

Category: Retrofit 4-Outlets

Available ModelsPartPrice
D038 : 1/2 in.  FNPT 2 GPH per Outlet, 4- Outlet Drip Manifold with Barbed Elbow Outlet, Color Blue
1/2" FNPT 2 GPH per Outlet, 4- Outlet Drip Manifold with Barbed Elbow Outlet, Color BlueD038$2.37 ea.
D039 : 1/2 in.  FNPT 6 GPH per Outlet, 4- Outlet Drip Manifold with Barbed Elbow Outlet, Color Black
1/2" FNPT 6 GPH per Outlet, 4- Outlet Drip Manifold with Barbed Elbow Outlet, Color BlackD039$2.37 ea.

The 4-outlet drip manifold is a high flow emission device that has four outlets with barbed or barbed elbow outlet. By converting your sprinkler system to a drip system you can reduce evaporation, pest problems and weed growth, eliminate runoff, and have healthier plants.

  • Filter requirement
    • D038, D039 : 80 Mesh
  • Flow rate and Color code:
    • D038, D039 : 12 GPH per outlet: Red
    • D038, D039 : 2 GPH per outlet: Blue
    • D038, D039 : 6 GPH per outlet: Black
  • Inlet and outlet
    • D038, D039 : Inlet size 1/2" FNPT
  • Materials
    • D038, D039 : Body and cover: high impact plastic
    • D038, D039 : Diaphragm: EPDM
  • Operating pressure
    • D038, D039 : 10 to 50 PSI
  • Use with
    • D038, D039 : 1/4" (.150 -.160 ID) distribution tubing
  • Barbed or barbed elbow outlets allow installation flexibility
  • Four pressure compensating, self flushing outlets allow easy passage of water and minimize clogging
  • Install above grade or place below grade in a 6" emitter box
  • Rugged materials to withstand the most adverse conditions
  • Used with 1/4" distribution tubing (Parts #D062-65 & SF006, sold separately).
    • Installation for Retrofitting 4 & 6 Outlet

      Retrofitting a conventional sprinkler system to a low flow, water saving drip irrigation system requires a few simple steps:

      Step 1: Evaluate the areas to be watered. While large areas such as lawns are best watered by sprinklers, other areas, such as shrubs, trees, roses, or individual plants, can be irrigated more efficiently by using the retrofit drip heads.

      Step 2: Remove the sprinkler head from the riser.

      Step 3: Turn the water on and flush the line.

      Step 4: Screw the 4-outlet drip head onto the riser.

      Step 5: extend a 1/4” micro-tubing from the drip head to the plants or combine the micro tubing with 1/4" drip line

      Step 6: Secure the 1/4"" micro-tubing with a 1/4" stake and insert the stake to ground near the plant area