Techline®CV (17mm Dripline)

Techline CV made with recycled material

Netafim continues to be the leader in innovation in the Landscape & Turf dripline market by introducing Techline CV manufactured with post-consumer recycled polyethylene. Techline CV Dripline has the most technologically advanced dripper available. Techline CV's Check Valve feature keeps water from draining out of the dripline after zone shut-down.

Features & Benefits

  • 2 psi Check Valve in Each Emitter
    All emitters turn on and off at the same time, maximizing balance of application. Holds back up to 4.6' of water (elevation change). No low emitter drainage, great on slopes. Delivers more precise watering.
  • Unique Patented Emitter Design with Physical Root Barrier
    Offset flow path, extra large bath area and raised outlet prevent root intrusion without chemical reliance.
  • Pressure Compensating
    Precise and equal amounts of water are delivered over a broad pressure range.
  • Continuous Self-Flushing Emitter Design
    Flushes debris as it is detected, throughout operation, not just at the beginning or end of a cycle, ensuring uninterrupted emitter operation.
  • Emitter With Anti-Siphon Feature
    Prevents ingestion of debris into tubing caused by vacuum. 
  • Self-Contained, One-Piece Dripline Construction
    Assures reliable, easy installation.
  • Flexible UV Resistant Tubing 
    Adapts to any planting area shape - tubing curves at a 7” radius. For on-surface installations withstands heat and direct sun.
  • Qualifies for use on LEED Projects
    Contains the required quantity of post-consumer and post-industrial recycled material.
  • Makes Installation Quicker 
    Does not require air/vacuum relief vent or automatic flush valve for subsurface installations. 

Applications

  • Subsurface or on-surface installations
  • Turf, shrubs, trees and flowers
  • Sports turf, tennis courts, golf courses
  • Slopes
  • Longer lateral runs
  • Curved, angular or narrow planting areas
  • High traffic/high liability areas
  • Areas subject to vandalism
  • High wind areas
  • At-grade windows
  • Green walls
  • Raised planters