Netafim Techline CV 17mm Dripline

Netafim Techline CV 17mm Dripline

Product Description

Netafim Techline™ CV Dripline is the leader in innovative turf and landscape drip line. Techline™ CV Dripline has the most technologically advanced emitter in the industry. Techline is pressure compensating plus the check valve keeps the water from draining out of the lines at shutdown for even more uniformity. Netafim Techline™ CV Dripline has a unique patented emitter design with physical root barrier for three levels of protection: Offset flow path; extra-large bath area; and raised outlet all help prevent root intrusion without the use of chemicals.

Features: 

  • Pressure compensating for uniform distribution over a wide range of pressures
  • Made with post-consumer recycled polyethylene
  • Laser etched, for easy identification
  • Qualifies for use on Leed Projects
  • UV resistantSelf-contained, one-piece dripline construction
  • Anti-siphon feature keeps debris out
  • Continuous self-flushing design detects and flushes debris from start through the finish of the irrigation cycle

Applications:  

  • Subsurface or on-surface installations
  • Turf, shrubs, trees and flowers
  • Sports turf, tennis courts, golf courses
  • SlopesLonger lateral runs
  • Curved, angular or narrow planting areas
  • High traffic/high liability areas
  • Areas subject to vandalism
  • High wind areas
  • At-grade windows 
  • Green walls, green roofs
  • Raised planters

Specifications:

  • Broadest choice of emitter flow rates: 0.26, 0.4, 0.6 and 0.9 GPH
  • Emitter spacings: 12”, 18“ and 24”(24” spacing available for 0.6 and 0.9 GPH only)
  • Pressure compensation range:14.5 to 58 psi
  • Bending radius: 7”Maximum system pressure: 58 psi
  • Minimum system pressure: 14 psi
  • Tubing diameter: 0.66“ OD; 0.56” ID; 0.050” wall
  • Coil length: 100’, 250’, 500’, 1,000’
  • Minimum filtration: 120 mesh
  • Diaphragm made of silicon
  • ISO 9261 Standard Compliance
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