Pope Pot Spray Starter Kit

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Product Description

The Pot Spray Starter Kit has everything you need to start watering your pot plants. The kit includes five pot sprays, five tidy elbows, five joiners and 10 metres of 4 mm PVC tubing.

The Pot Spray Starter kit allows for side mounted installation to keep tubing tidy.

  • The adjustable gentle stream pattern of the pot spray minimises soil erosion and the variable flow rate and pattern radius allow for use in various pot sizes.
  • Hypodermic barb joiner makes inserting into your mainline easy.
  • The Tidy Elbow eliminates the need to cut 4 mm tubing when making a 90° bend. The Tidy Elbow can simply be clipped onto the outside of the tube to form a leak proof bend in a micro irrigation system without kinking or restricting water flow.
  • The angled stem on the pot spray will extend over pot walls up to 40 mm.

Product Details

Model Name
Pot Spray Starter Kit
Model Number
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:140 H:310 L:50
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:0.16 H:0.3 L:0.07
Flow Rate (Lt ph)
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