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  • GPH - Gallons Per Hour. This is the flow rate of a dripper and they are all labled by this
  • Pressure Compensating or "PC" - This is a dripper which can control the flow better at a wider range of pressure.
  • Non-compensating - well the opposite of PC, the flow rate is not as well controlled as a PC dripper.
  • Non-Draining - Once the water is turned off and the pressure drop in the system to a certain level this dripper will not let out any more water until the pressure increases / water is turned back on. Keeps a system from draining out all the water in the pipes once turned off
  • Check-valve - This keeps a dripper from sucking back in any debris once the system is turned off. A system when turned off can drain out at the lowest end, when this happens it creates a vacumn within the lines causing drippers to suck back in air or dirt. This type of dripper will not allow this.
  • Take-apart - Exactly what it says you can open these / take them apart. This can be handy if you run dirty water and dripper clog up. We would suggest getting the proper filtration to prevent this but some locations / situations this is not available.
  • Stake mounted - Drippers made with a stake attached to help cut down on labor during installation.
  • Adjustable - Yes you can adjust the flow yourself. Maybe not the most accurate in flow but sometimes on smaller systems its the right thing.
  • Multi-outlet - Dripper with more than one outlet. sometimes called drip manifolds.
  • Drip Tape - Not really a dripper but a tube with drippers inside it. It is thin walled and when not filled with water it empties and lays flat. Vegetable row crops are the application for this.
  • Dripperline or Drip Line - A normal type poly tube in a 1/2" size that has drippers installed inside of it during manufacturing. Flow rates and spacing of the dripper varies.

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