Holman Metal 2 Way Outlet

I/N: 3120268
$13.40
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Product Description

Turns one tap into two with the Holman 2 outlet Y manifold, which converts one garden tap into two independent manually operated outlets.

It's ideally suited for connecting to garden hoses, dripping/porous hoses, poly pipe or inline drip systems. Made from high quality materials, this manifold is great for any home garden.

The Y manifold shape is ideal for attaching tap timers for automatic watering. Use to either mechanical or battery operated timers. Split your garden watering into automatic areas where your using a mains pressure tap or a rain tank.

  • 2 individual angled outlets
  • Full rubber body over a metal construction
  • 2 x male threaded outlets (3/4 inch BSP)
  • Universal tap connection suits (20-25mm)
  • Y shape is ideal for mounting tap timers for automatic gardening

Product Details

Model Name
Metal TPR 2 outlet manifold
Model Number
3704H
Material
Rubber, Plastic, Metal
Colour
Black, Grey
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:50 H:105 L:50
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:150 H:120 L:50
Corded
No
Cordless
Yes
Wireless
No
Wired
No
Automatic Shut-Off
No
Battery Back-Up
No
Computer Software Compatible
No
Digital Display
No
Hose-End Compatible
Yes
Expandable
No
Manual Bypass
No
Odd/Even Day Program
No
Programmable
No

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