Carry360 20M 66FT Garden Outdoor Patio Home Drip Irrigation Misting Irrigation Cooling System With 20PCS Plastic Mist Nozzle And Quick Coupling
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- This sale is for 20m Outdoor irrigation Misting Cooling System with 20 plastic mist nozzle sprinklers Assorted Kit
- Flow rate: 2-2.5L/Hour; Pressure: 220-280Kpa
- Connect with 1/2'' / 3/4'' male thread water faucet
- Spray dia: 1.2-1.8meters
- Great for agriculture, lawn, garden, patio, greenhouse ,swimming pool misting fog cooling/irrigation, watering, greenhouse, humidification, balcony cooling, irrigation (watering flowers, grass, vegetables)
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|Manufacturer Part Number||YQ-20M-B|
|Package Height||2.4 x 8.7 x 14.9 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.45 pounds|
20m x Black distribution tubing
1pcs x Tubing Quick Connector
20pcs x Mist Nozzle
20pcs x cable tie
1, Please cut the black tube into several parts according to your requirements.
2, Please insert the mist nozzle into the connected part of the tube.(Tips: please put the connected parts into 70-85°hot water, then the tube connected parts will be softened and easy for assembling.)
3，Insert the nozzle into the tube.
4, Using the cable tie to fix the tube.
If you still have concerns regarding the installation, please feel free to contact us, we will be happy to assist you.
Top Customer Reviews
This product comes in Regular, "Micro" and "Micro Spray". I've purchased both Regular and "Micro", and the Micro tips are Red and they produce more of a sprinkler system than a mist, while the white/regular tips provide the fine mist I was looking for (very very pleased). There's nothing micro about the red... it's a relatively large (squirt gun sized) stream of water coming out of 6 or 8 holes and are capable of digging out soil except at absurdly low pressure. In my opinion the red are useless. I have no idea how the "Micro Spray" orange tips perform but they look twice the size of the red so I'll just stay away from those.
One thing I noticed is the Micro/Red tips seal completely when you tighten them and the regular/white tips will not--they still trickle (bye-bye star). Also, this setup hates high pressure and will come apart often if you have no way to regulate pressure. My timer doesn't have a regulator so I purchased a garden hose regulator which dedicates just the right pressure for my system(s). After that just a couple drops of super glue at each mister junction did the trick to where it never came apart again. And some teflon tape was required at the faucet/garden hose to keep the adapter from leaking, which was expected considering the adapter (and its threads) are 100% plastic.
After a few simple tweaks I have a leak-free system watering and misting my plants exactly how I wanted. For the price it is definitely worth the hassle. But again, make sure you get the tips you're looking for. If you want what we all traditionally think of when we think of a Mister then you want the White tips!
Pressure adapter that's similar to what I use: https://www.amazon.com/Elenker-Garden-Arthritis-Friendly-Extension/dp/B015PQYWMU
Pros: lots of tubing for what I needed. I have leftover, yeah!
Neither pro nor con: hard to assemble, but I expected that since you want it leak proof.
Con: no matter how I adjusted the nozzles, they didn't mist. It was more of a sprinkler stream.
In retrospect, I should have researched better and unfortunately, I can't return the system since I installed it. I'm going to try some replacement misting or atomizing nozzles.
One suggestion - make sure when you cut the rubber hose, to cut it straight and not at an angle. That will be your best bet to make sure you have enough grip when you insert it into the sprinkler tube. Otherwise, it will pop more often than you want.