Completely brand new with top exit to the water
The spike rises to a height of 5 cm / 13 cm. Approximately 1 inch
An angle of 360 degrees is used for irrigation
There is the option to control the flow of water
It is easy to use, portable, and convenient. If the insertion tube is difficult, you can soak the tube head in hot water to make it easy to insert.
Questions & Answers
Are these drip stakes compatible with a drip line that has an outer dimension of 1/4 and an inner dimension of 3/16?
The purpose for which I use them is exactly the same.
GAH rate how much does it cost?
At the top of my head, I would guess that the emitter rate is 3 gal/hr. About half of that rate is what I have set for mine. About an hour is needed to cover a 36 inch wide pot with liquid.
Approximately how many kilometers per hour does this ship go?
About 11 gallons per minute, I think.
Does this output water in the form of a spray that can travel further?
There is an output of about 6 It is approximately 8 inches wide. Ideal for small landscape projects or as a way to provide a steady supply of water to a specific location
Selected User Reviews For CTKcom Adjustable 360 Degree Water Flow Irrigation Drippers on Stake Emitter Drip System,Pack of 50
The 1/4" drip tubing is so tight that they are extremely difficult to install! According to the listing, this item is described as follows Then soak in a tub of hot water if it is difficult to attach
It is an understatement to say that. Those attached to standard 1/4" drip lines have a very difficult time attaching. There are a lot of these to plant, and I just finished adding about 15 to my garden and my fingers hurt! As a result of the barb on these fittings being just slightly larger than that found on just about any other 1/4" fitting I have seen, they are somewhat challenging to install. I am sorry, but it simply is not practical to carry around a cup of hot water as I roam the yard fixing old drip installs and adding new ones. It won't be necessary to reorder these the next time I need to replenish should not have lost sight of my reason for purchasing the tool because of its significantly lower cost than others. It is best to be cautious when purchasing.
| Nov 15, 2020
A picture on the package makes the product appear misleading, but it actually works fine
A picture on the package makes the product appear misleading, but it actually works fine. It is important to note that they don't come with the twist off piece to connect lateral pipes with. See below.
| Apr 15, 2021
I like it because it is about 1/4 of the cost of others on the market
Yes, I agree! Since I'm getting a little older (71) and have a few fruit trees, I have planted them in pots 26" in diameter to make them easier to handle. Using 1/4" drip lines at the ends of the 1/2" water line, I ran each tree with a 1/2" line. I've tested it and it works perfectly.
| Aug 08, 2020
This tool does the job for a fraction of the cost
I now have extras. The drip irrigation system I use in my gardens has been in place for some time now. We purchased a wide range of drippers and tubes We found sprayers at Lowe's and It is common for some of the bubblers and sprayers to break every year. By 2016, I would be spending about $10 a year to replace the Because I only purchased one piece, I did not purchase any Now that I have 50 in stock, I'm able to offer a good price. Parts from these brands are no less durable than those from brands known for their quality. Yet, with them on the floor and not moved, what can possibly go wrong?.
| Aug 31, 2020
During my effort to set up a watering system for my vegetable patch, I discovered that the system had problems. There were two runs of four emitters attached to the drip irrigation line. The emitters emit only a drip and did not Sadly, this application did not work out. After that, I placed 6 bush sprayers along 1/2 inch PVC, one at each corner and one in the middle, along both sides of the pipe. Powered by a timer, they are attached to a garden hose. As a result, the vegetables are watered every morning for ten minutes without fail while we are away from home.
| May 11, 2021
I love it! A little worried about the performance because of the price, but surprised by it
With the adjustable flow, the water flows in the desired direction, so even with fairly high pressure water behind it, the setting says where it should be. For my front yard, I used this To each of the emitters, the Hunter irrigation valve is connected to a 1/2" flex tubing line, which is connected to 25 1/4" lines. As soon as the water was turned on, I increased the flow rate until the valve stopped squealing, and then I adjusted each emitter to the plant's location. My water was saved so much, and it was so easy - it couldn't have been easier. There are no waste products, no wastage of water, no overspray, no evaporation loss. In addition. It is a happy and healthy environment for the plants.
| Jan 23, 2021
Copy that is of inferior quality
This is a knockoff of DIG. The product looks similar to the DIG brand, but it In the DIG product, a quarter inch piece attached to the stake attaches to a mini tube, but there is a separate twist off fitting on the other end, which is needed to connect the tube to the larger water supply line. This device is missing that vital component. This device has unevenly filled holes, which results in uneven water distribution. The DIG product has evenly distributed spray holes, while this device only has unevenly filled holes. A notice regarding this issue has been sent to DIG. For now, however, this is what I have to say MAKE SURE YOU DO YOUR HOMEWORK!.
| Sep 08, 2020
A constant source of failure
work, they work just fine. However, of the eight heads in use currently, one has broken twice and the other two have broken once each. They are breaking off at the hose barbs where the hose meets the body every time. Material quality is most likely at fault, or there is a flaw in the design. It's good to know that there are still a few We will replace each as soon as another breaks with a name brand model.
| Mar 31, 2021