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Hydro PCND

No-drain flow-regulated integral dripline

Hydro PCND is a dripline containing flow-regulating cylindrical drippers. Hydro PCND has a sensitive floating diaphragm which regulates and maintains a constant flow rate at variable inlet pressures. In addition to the flow regulation, Hydro PCND also has a no-drain feature. The water stops flowing through the emitters when the pressure drops to 1.45 PSI. The no-drain feature protects driplines from sucking in small soil particles at system shut down. And with two outlets per dripper, Hydro PCND will continue to deliver the right amount water, throughout the entire field.

The Hydro PCND is the ideal choice for subsurface drip irrigation systems. Like the standard Hydro PC, it has a high clogging resistance due to the design and size of the emitter channel. And with the self-cleaning mechanism, the dripper continuously flushes the inlet fi lter in the dripline.

The Hydro PCND is constructed with premium resins resistant to UV degradation and damage caused from commonly used chemicals and fertilizers.

Hydro PCND Data Sheet: US Units Metric Units   


Constant Inside Diameter (I.D.) regardless of dripline wall thickness.

.47" (12mm) - I.D. .41" (10.4 mm):
Wall thickness: 35, 40 mil
Flow rate: .278 gph
Sealing pressure: 1.7 PSI

.603 (16mm) - I.D. .543"; Wall thickness: 35, 40, 45 mil
Flow rates: .357, .462, .621, 1.0 gph

.670 (17mm) - I.D. .602"; Wall thickness: 40, 45, 47 mil
Flow rates: .357, .423, .621, 1.0 gph

20mm - I.D. 17.6 mm ; Wall thickness: 45, 47 mil
Flow rates: .357, .462, 2.35, .621 gph

Sealing pressure: 1.7 PSI

Operating pressure range: 12 PSI - 50 PSI
(Max. recommended operation pressure according to wall thickness: 35 mil - 43.5 PSI; 45-47 mil - 50 PSI)

Applications: Subsurface drip systems, short interval irrigation in greenhouses

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