Holman 13mm Pressure Reducer And Filter Assembly

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Product Description

Drip Systems use low water pressure to operate efficiently. This two stage assembly reduces the water pressure before filtering it to the drip system. Drip line and conventional drippers emit water from tiny outlets and require filtered water to avoid blockages. Always protect the system by using a filter. Blockages will stop drip line operating. Install from a water source with a pump, directly onto a tap, or along the mainline in the garden but locate "inline & before" the irrigation.

Specifications: Pressure Reducer - Inlet: Maximum 10bar (1000kPa), Inlet thread size: 3/4" BSP (female), Outlet: 1.8 bar (180kPa), Outlet thread size: 3/4" BSP (male)

Filter - Inlet thread size: 1" BSP (male), Outlet: 13mm or 19mm Barbed end.

Holman's pressure reducer and filter assembly has it all in one!

  • Reduces water pressure for drip irrigation
  • Exhaust hole for releasing higher water pressure
  • Includes an inline filter
  • Easy to clean filter system
  • Suits all standard garden taps

Product Details

Model Name
13mm Pressure Reducer & Filter Assembly
Model Number
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:35 H:300 L:10
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:40 H:275 L:40
Drip & Micro Irrigation Component
Irrigation System Component
Item Package Type
Recommended Use
Tap Connection

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