Im very impressed! Very fast shipping and the product works perfectly! Better than I could hope. This will be my go to place for future greenhouse irrigation.
MikhailI love the drip irrigation system for my flower boxes on my deck. It was easy and fun to install . We hooked up a timer to it and it works like a charm. I'm looking forward to an easy summer of watered, luscious flowers. - Andrea WolfI am installing a drip irrigation system to use on my deck to support our container plants. This will be an integral part of my system. Timer, check valve, "add-it" fertilizer injector, "Y" Filter, pressure regulator, 1/2" black poly tubing, then success!!! Jesse JohnsonYou have excellent customer service, prompt replies to e-mails and outstanding prices on your perma-loc fittings. I will recommend your company to everyone I know that uses drip irrigation.
Thanks again - Dave
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Pressure Regulating Plastic Y Filter
Convenient 2 in 1 filter/pressure regulator unit is great for small spaces or compact valve boxes. This durable plastic unit comes with 200 mesh filter screen and is available in several pressure regulating options for use in drip or lawn irrigation systems. Male pipe thread inlet and outlet compatible with most female NPT valves of same size. Filter body comes apart for easy cleaning without removing the unit from system. Always install pressure regulator/filter downstream from all shut-off valves. Be sure to install pressure regulator/filter in the proper direction. The arrow on the housing shows the direction of the flow and should always point downstream toward emitters.
Approximate Flow Range:
3/4" - 0.2 - 5 GPM
1" - 0.2 - 10 GPM
Please note: Irrigation pressure regulators need outflow and back pressure to regulate the pressure within your irrigation system. With no water flowing through the regulator, the inlet and outlet pressures will measure the same. To verify the pressure maintained in your system, you will need to place a pressure gauge at the end of one of zones, turn the zone on, let it pressurize and once the lines have filled and emitters begin to flow then take the reading. This will reflect the working pressure within your system.
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