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1/2" Spin-Loc Connector


1/2 in.  Spin-Loc Connector
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The commercial grade, reusable Spin-Loc coupler is used to join two ends of 1/2” with .600 ID x .700 drip tubing or drip line together. To use this Spin-Loc fitting, push the drip tubing over the barb with the "O" ring and thread the sleeve over the drip tubing to secure. The tight seal for the Spin-Loc fittings is ensured by the rubber "O" ring on the barb, which provides a quality water-tight connection.

Part #: LF050
$0.68 ea.
  ( 4 ratings/reviews )

The Drip Store’s commercial grade, reusable Spin-Loc fittings are available in many configurations to meet the demands of all types off applications in the layout and installation of 1/2", 3/4" or 1” drip tubing or drip line. The Spin-Loc fittings use a sleeve assembly over a body with a barb insert, allowing the user to easily install the many fittings that might be needed throughout the installation of the drip tubing. The sleeve makes the Spin-Loc fittings easier to install and tighten. An advanced sealing interface with a long barb provides guides for the Spin-Loc to slide over the barb for a positive seal. Our Spin-Loc fittings are made of high impact UV resistant plastic and can last for many years.

By: Don Schulz, 06/16/13

Easy to install for leak-free connection.

By: diyguy1942, 09/01/12

Does not have the grips in the center for tightening as shown in the picture, but still seem to loc onto the .600 tubing ok.

By: jansmudski, 08/14/12

Great product. If you think you are going to change the layout these are a game changer - compression fittings are great but if you want to change you have to cut them out. I ordered some more and I see these ARE the ones geared towards 620/710 tubing are very difficult to jam into the occasional 520/620 pipe.Either that or they treat them interchangeably. On the plus side you get less flow restriction. I'm not sure I would bury them as they may tend to loosen up over time b ut I dont think drip line should be buried anyhow. That was one of my big early mistakes.

Just observed they mention a rubber "O" ring. There is on such ring on these.

They appear to be "Jain" Power Lock connectors. Not exactly like in the picture but same concept. The vendor may use them interchangeably?

By: jscruggszoo, 08/22/11

I have at least 10 of these puppies throughout my irrigation system. My dog chewed up the 1/2" main poly line in several locations, and goof plugs couldn't save it. So I ended up cutting off the damaged area and reconnecting the line with these Spin Loc connectors.

  • Flush Valve Closing Pressure: 7 PSI
  • Flush Valve Opening Pressure: 7 PSI
  • Maximum pressure: 60 PSI
  • Recommended pressure: Up to 30 PSI
  • Available to fit 1/2", 3/4" and 1” drip tubing or drip line
  • Made with high impact UV resistant plastic
  • No glue or tools are required
  • Secure and easy installation without glues or clamps
  • Tight seal, ensured by the rubber "O" ring on the barb ( 3/4" & 1" do not use an "O" ring)

Installation for Spin-Loc Fittings

The ½”, ¾” and1” Spin-Loc fittings uses a sleeve assembly over a body with a barb insert, allowing the user to easily install the many fittings configurations that night be needed throughout the installation of the drip tubing. The sleeve makes the Spin-Loc fittings easier to install and tighten. An advanced sealing interface with a long barb provides guides for the Spin-Loc to slide over the barb for a secure seal. Our Spin-Loc fittings are made of high impact UV resistant plastic and can last for many years.
 
To connect the spin-lock fitting to the drip tubing or drip line we provides a number of steps
Step 1: First, turn the sleeve of the fitting counter-clockwise
Step 2: Push the drip tubing or drip line over the barb all the way in or as much as you can
Step 3: Threaded the sleeve over the drip tubing or drip line to secure.
 
Using the Spin-Loc fittings, drip tubing can be installed easily either above or below the ground. Use the Spin-Loc fittings to connect the drip tubing with other sections of drip tubing or PVC pipe.