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100’, 1/4" Vinyl Brown Micro Tubing


100’, 1/4 in.  Vinyl Brown Micro Tubing
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The Drip Store vinyl micro tubing from DIG is used for commercial, agriculture and residential applications.

Part #: T010
$6.97 ea.
  ( 2 ratings/reviews )

The Drip Store vinyl 1/4" micro tubing is available in several colors and in lengths of up to 3000’. Our commercial grade flexible vinyl micro tubing is made of the highest quality resins and is UV resistant. Available in 50', 100’, 500, 1000 and 3,000' The Drip Store micro tubing is used for a wide range of applications. The 1/4” micro tubing can be used as a feeder line from 1/2" poly tubing to extend drip emitters or micro sprinklers, with our 4, 6 and 12 outlet drip emitters and for a complete 1/4" drip system.

By: Messoid, 08/22/12

Very easy to work with if you let it warm up a bit. I installed my system when it was about 70degres and my fingers ached after the first day putting the barbs in, but then I used my blowtorch to very slightly heat the ends (around what it would be in a hot Texas sun) and it was a breeze to put together the rest. Also, order more than you think you will need. 100' gets used up faster than you would think!

By: thumpre, 05/09/11

I've installed 300 feet of this type in my yard alone and so far it has been solid and haven't had any issues. Great for flower beds and the color helps it blend in easily in case you don't want to mess with burying it. I would also recommend using the barb insert tool - it is a bit more rigid than the other tubing so inserting barbs can be a bit more work.

  • Bending radius: 3"
  • Materials: Vinyl
  • Maximum flow rate: 35 GPH per line
  • Operating pressure: up to 60 PSI
  • Size: 1/4" .156 ID x .245 OD
  • Stiffness: 90 shore
  • Warranty: Five year manufacturer’s limited warranty
  • Available in 100' and 500' coils
  • Use ¼” barbed fittings
  • UV resistant

Installation Methods using 1/4" Micro Tubing

The basic use of 1/4" the micro tubing is as a feeder line from the 1/2" drip tubing, with the 12 outlet drip emitter and as part of a complete system using the 1/4" as the main lateral. To connect the micro tubing to the drip tubing, first, insert a 1/4" barb or 1/4" tee into the micro tubing, then, use the punch to make a hole in the drip tubing and then, insert the barb into the hole in the drip tubing. Use the micro tubing as a feeder line to reach plants or clusters of plants that are away from the drip tubing and install a dripper or micro sprayer at the end of the micro tubing.