? IMPORTANT ? BE SURE TO CHECK THE SIZES and BUY the RIGHT VALVE. THIS 16MM VALVE WORKS WITH 1/2" DRIP IRRIGATION TUBING FROM .570 to .620 INSIDE DIAMETER (ID). If you would like to use 1/2" tubing that has an ID of .520, then select the 13mm size valve instead. Please note there is no standard sizing for drip irrigation tubing in the USA, so be sure to check the inside diameter of your tubing to select the compatible valve size.
COMPLETE FLOW CONTROL. Inline ball valves (2 Pack) for 1/2 and 5/8 inch irrigation tubing are the perfect way to regulate the water flow of your aquatic, hydroponic, or drip irrigation systems with a simple turn of the knob. Slip your tubing onto the barbed ends of this shut-off valve coupling to control, disperse, slow, divert or completely stop water flow. This 16mm valve works with 1/2" Irrigation Tubing from .570 to .620 ID (Inner Diameter).
FULLY ADJUSTABLE. Adjust the barb valve anywhere from full-open to full-stop. Easy to install and use with clear on and off markings. Compactly sized and smooth to turn, these quality acetal barb ball valves won't stick like PVC ball valves.
VERSATILE. Customize a secondary water zone, create individual drip-line control within your drip irrigation system, use as tank valves, drain valves, pex valves, return valves, drip irrigation valve or in any situation where fluid restriction is needed. Additional uses for this shut off ball valve include pond water applications, aquarium plumbing, RV camper and trailers, pump return line, canister filter, protein skimmer, calcium reactor, phosban reactor, saltwater applications, aquaponics.
LEAK-FREE SEAL. These non-corrosive plastic flow valve fittings are guaranteed to provided a secure, watertight connection that handles an operating pressure of up to 45 PSI. Constructed to be heat, chemical and wear-resistant assure long term reliability of connections. Confidently install these barbed fittings without clamps by using our Valve Sizing Chart (see photo) to get the perfect fit. Match the ID (Inner Diameter) of your hose or tube with the acceptable IDs listed on the chart.