DIY Irrigation :: Drippers & Driplines :: Line Flushing Valves
Automatic line flush valves activate every time the irrigation zone is switched on to
provide a cleaning action in the drip line. The ability of the line
flush valve to dump water at system start-up prior to closing, allows
the water velocity inside the drip line to increase momentarily, and
this action moves any sediments to and out of the line flush valve from
the drip line. These valves require a minimum pressure of 80 kPa to
Automatic flushing valve which will disperse approx. 4 litres of water at the beginning of every irrigation cycle. This will flush out any dirt particles accumulated in the dripline and should be installed at the lowest point in the system.
It has a 1/2" threaded base which screws into a poly female threaded tee in the dripline.