Drip Irrigation Coupling (Joiner)
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Drip Irrigation Coupling (Joiner)

14,000

Drip irrigation coupling is a fitting made of durable plastic used in drip irrigation systems to connect two sections of drip tape together. They are simple to install and are designed to ensure no leakage on your drip tape. You can install the tubing fitting by yourself by just pushing the tube firmly on the barb to fit tightly without leaking.

Product Features

  • Made of durable plastic
  • UV (ultraviolet ray) resistant.
  • Easy to install.
  • Ensure no leakage on your drip tape if properly installed.
  • Packaging size: 100 Piece/Pack
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Drip irrigation coupling is a fitting that connects two pieces of drip irrigation tubing. It is a crucial component of any drip irrigation system, as it allows you to extend the length of your tubing or to repair a broken line.

Types of drip irrigation couplings

There are two main types of drip irrigation couplings:

  • Barbed couplings: Barbed couplings have sharp teeth that pierce the tubing to create a secure connection. They are easy to install and do not require any tools.
  • Compression couplings: Compression couplings have two pieces that compress around the tubing to create a tight seal. They are more secure than barbed couplings, but they require a wrench or other tool to install.

Choosing the right drip irrigation coupling

The type of drip irrigation coupling you need will depend on the size of your tubing and the type of connection you need to make.

How to install a drip irrigation coupling

Installing a drip irrigation coupling is a relatively easy process. Here are the steps for installing a barbed coupling:

  1. Cut the tubing to the desired length.
  2. Insert the barbed end of the coupling into the end of the tubing.
  3. Push the coupling onto the tubing until it is fully seated.

Here are the steps for installing a compression coupling:

  1. Cut the tubing to the desired length.
  2. Loosen the nut on the coupling.
  3. Insert the tubing into the coupling.
  4. Tighten the nut until it is snug.

Benefits of using drip irrigation couplings

There are many benefits to using drip irrigation couplings, including:

  • Easy to install and use
  • Create a secure connection
  • Available in a variety of sizes
  • Durable and long-lasting

Tips for using drip irrigation couplings

Here are a few tips for using drip irrigation couplings:

    • Always cut the tubing squarely
    • Use a sharp knife to cut the tubing
    • Make sure the coupling is fully seated on the tubing
    • Do not overtighten the nut on a compression coupling
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