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Rainbird EMT6XERI 6 Outlet Barbed Manifold (1/2" FPT Inlet)

SKU: 41764

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About the Rainbird EMT6XERI

Rainbird EMT6XERI 6 Outlet Barbx 1/2 Fpt Inlet Plug. The Rain Bird EMT6XERI is a 6-Outlet Barb x 1/2" FPT Inlet Plug Manifold that threads into any 1/2" riser. Each barb outlet is sealed with a durable plastic cap, which can be removed easily, allowing for a drip area that can be customied with up to 6 different emission devices. This piece is compatable with the EMT-6XERI with XERI-Bugs, PC Modules, Xeri-Pops, Xeri-Sprays, and Xeri-Bubblers.

Product Details

Product: Emitters
Manufacturer: Rainbird
Use: Drip
Type: Accessory
Mpn # EMT6XERI
Weight 0.05 lbs.

Product Features

  • 1/2" (15/21) FPT inlet threads onto 1/2" riser and provides a manifold with six free-flowing 1/4" barb outlets
  • Attach 1/4" Distribution Tubing (XQ) onto each outlet for use with Xeri- Bugs, PC Modules, Xeri-Pops, Xeri-Sprays, and Xeri-Bubbler
  • Each barb outlet is sealed with a durable plastic cap
  • Plastic caps remove easily, allowing for a drip area that can be customized with up to six different emission devices
  • Pressure: 15 to 50 PSI (1,0 to 3,5 bars)

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Questions & Answers

Anonymous responded:

I warm my with lighter to make it more malleable.

Anonymous responded:

The only tool I know of is called "hands." I use a heat gun or blow drier to warm the tubing allowing it to easily slip onto the barb. If you don't get the tubing well onto the barb it will surely slip off.