Rain Bird BC25/10PS Tropfbewässerung Universal 1/10,2 cm Stacheldraht Kupplung Fitting, Coupler 30-Pack
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- Stecker für die Verwendung mit 1/10,2 cm Tropfbewässerung Tubing
- Barbed End kann auch direkt eingefügt werden in der Seite von 1/5,1 cm oder größeres Drip Verteilung Tubing
- Ermöglicht Schaffung eines kundenspezifischen Layout für Ihre pflanzfläche
- 0–50 psi Druck-Bewertung
- 30 Stück Kupplungen
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1/10,2 cm Barbed Kupplung. Connects 2 Stück 1/10,2 cm Schläuche in einer geraden Linie. Enthält 30 Stück pro Packung. Nein. BC25 30PK: Typ: Barbed, Anschluss 1: 1/10,2 cm Anschluss 2: 1/5,1 cm Hose
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Here is what we used for our irrigation systems:
(Qty 1) Timer Orbit 3-Outlet Programmable Hose Faucet Timer
(Qty 2) 50-Pack Drip emitters Axe Sickle (Pack of 50) Drip Emitters Perfect for 4mm/7mm Tube, Adjustable 360 Degree Water Flow Drip Irrigation System for flower beds, vegetable gardens, herbs gardens.
(Qty 4) 100' Irrigation tubing 1/4'' Gunsamg 1/4'' Blank Distribution Tubing Drip Irrigation Hose (100foot),KORAM Drip Irrigation 1/4 Blank Distribution Tubing Drip Watering Hose 100ft Roll with Plant Garden Labels
(Qty 2) 30-Pack 1/4" Coupling fitting Rain Bird BC25-30PS Drip Irrigation Universal 1/4" Barbed Coupling Fitting, Fits All Sizes of 1/4" Drip Tubing, 30-Pack
(Qty 2) Hose end plugs Raindrip 304G00UB 5/8-Inch Hose End Plug with 3/4-Inch Cap, Loose
(Qty 1) Soil / moisture / pH tester Soil Tester, Deepow 3-in-1 Soil Moisture Meter, Soil Ph Meter Kit for Moisture, Light & pH - Helpful for Garden, Lawn, Indoor & Outdoor, High Accurate & Easy Read Indicator (No Battery needed)
TIPS on How to Set Up Your System:
- To make the distribution tubing MUCH easier to work with, just soak it in warm to hot water or lay it out in the sun for a little while to soften.
- Always a good idea to flush the system a bit before installing emitters to clear any debris.
- Create your lateral lines (1/4-in. tubing and emitters) BEFORE hooking them up to the main line.
- ALWAYS cut the tubing LONGER than needed! Much easier to trim off excess than to try to come up with additional lengths of tubing if mis-cut too short!
- Be sure to hold the hole punch at a right angle to the tubing when you punch a hole and you'll get a perfect seal around the barb of the coupling.
- Place the emitter stakes strategically so that the plant's root ball will be kept damp but not soaked.
- Adjust the flow for each plant and again every season according to the plant size. TIP: Remember to reaccess requirements as they grow and needs change!
- Your emitters farthest from the faucet will need to be set on a freely flowing adjustment due to loss of water pressure.
- Use a timer to water twice a day for only 5 or 10 minutes, depending on the plant's needs and weather.
- Test to make sure the moisture is getting where you want it. TIP: Don't assume rain means you can turn off the irrigation system. Leaves can redirect rainwater so it doesn't actually reach the roots!
- We didn't add a fertilizer injector to the faucet assembly this time, but we might try this step next year so we can feed our plants while we water.
TIP: Don't forget to Install a good filter and change it every few months or at least once a season, especially if you have alkaline, mineral-rich, or well water.
Why do you need an automatic drip irrigation system for your container or raised garden? Simple. Containers dry out so quickly that they often require once or even twice daily watering in hot weather. So just bite the bullet and do it. These couplings worked perfectly for our irrigation systems in our veggie garden as well as for the perimeter hedge, so now I don't have to lug around hoses to water them each day. A real time-saver that we should have done long ago. Recommended & will buy again!
I pre-punched the holes using a simple plastic tool I picked up at Lowes. It was similar to the "Drip Irrigation Standard Tubing Hole Punch" (q.v.) here on Amazon but cheaper.
When installing these into the 1/2" hose:
1. Squeeze the 1/2" hose so it doesn't collapse. The barb will, otherwise, hit the far wall of the tube. If you're really strong you could force it through both walls!
2. Wear a glove on your other hand. Use your palm to apply pressure to the blunt end of the fitting--it will pop right in.
There's an installation tool: "Rainbird Xeriman Tool" I might get one to speed things up.