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null 1/2 in. x 10 in. Brass Anti-Siphon Frost Free Sillcock Valve with Push-Fit Connections
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1/2 in. x 10 in. Brass Anti-Siphon Frost Free Sillcock Valve with Push-Fit Connections

$31.49 /each

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The GripWerks Anti-Siphon Frost Free Sillcock now comes with integral Push fit connectors for easy installation. GripWerks is the Push-Fit connection system that really taking hold. It's the easiest way to join copper, CPVC or PEX pipe in any combination with no soldering, clamps, unions or glue. Just insert the pipe and the stainless steel teeth bite down and grip tight, while a specially formulated O-ring compresses to create a perfect seal. The GripWerks Anti-Siphon Frost Free Sillcock is composed of highly forged brass.

  • Instant push-fit connection for increased ease of use
  • Connects to copper, PEX, or CPVC in any combination
  • Built-in vacuum breaker eliminates back flow of water
  • Valve assemble to strict quality standards

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What size hole saw is required for installation?

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At least a 1" hole, 1.25" will make for an easier install.
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May 4, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry. It is recommended that you use a 1-1/2 inch hole. Please remember to seal any open gaps, after installation, from behind with silicone. If you would like further assistance, please contact our customer care at 877-319-3757.
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how do i install this?

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how do i install this?
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October 24, 2016
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Hello, to install this push fit Sillcock cut tubing to desired length accounting for the insertion depth. (if connecting to PEX tubing insert PEX sleeve). Push the valve onto the tubing until it stops, some resistance is normal. Rotate the valve for proper alignment. A gentle pull will indicate if the connection has been properly made.
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Will the Valve leak ?

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June 22, 2016
Like the cheap Prier that I currently have ? Or will it last more than a couple months?
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June 23, 2016
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Hello Zimmie, this sillcock is designed not to leak and can withstand freezing temperatures.
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Ho can I remove old one? to install new one shown above picture(Brass-SIPHON FROST FREE SILLCOCK VALVE WITH PUSH-FIT CONNECTIONS)?

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If you have to ask? I wouldn't suggest you try it, befor either looking at a video on the Internet, that shows how with having different set ups or go to your Home Depot and ask in the Plumbing Dept for the Video.
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1. have to shut off main water line that feed that faucet ( just like all water ones for your Sinks and Toilet, should have shut off valves/Or a Lever..If it doesn't Have to shut off
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If you have to ask? I wouldn't suggest you try it, befor either looking at a video on the Internet, that shows how with having different set ups or go to your Home Depot and ask in the Plumbing Dept for the Video.
basically
1. have to shut off main water line that feed that faucet ( just like all water ones for your Sinks and Toilet, should have shut off valves/Or a Lever..If it doesn't Have to shut off All the water to the house..at the main shut off line source
2. If using copper line? Need a Torch , Solder and Emery Cloth and a IMP cutting tool , that cuts copper lines , cleanly. keep a Hack Saw handy..if Galvanized pipe..
3. New Compression Fittings, Plumbers Paste or Tape.for the connections/threads..
4. A mounting Block against the Wall, to secure the new Faucet to , not just to your Siding..
5. Back Up - Nothing is Frost/Freeze Safe, you should always: (a) Shut of the water to the faucet, then open the faucet and let it drain and Leave it Open thru the Winter..
6. and I would Still add a Insulation Cover Boot over the faucet ( Foam Ones are good enough ) Or Put some insulation inside a Small Coffee can and use that as your insulation Cover .
7. And whatever you buy as the new faucet? Always Buy Extra Parts for it then and put in a Zip Lock Bag and Hang it below the Faucet or Keep in your Plumbing Supply parts box ..Rubber washers/O Rings, New handle/Knob, etc.
and all this is just for Openers in Basic sense.. So, open up what you have & view it ( take pictures if can) and then Go to your Home Depot and ask for the Plumbing Dept and The Plumber that works in it. (Ours has a Retired Plumber that works in ours 4 days wk.)
Or take your chances and try it on your own
and when the inside wall of your home is Soaked in water from the connections leaking? Have a plumber handy to come out to redo it the right way for you..! and have a Sheet rock guy ready to come out to replace that part of the inside wall too ! and a Painter! and have extra new Insulation handy , since that will be ruined by the water..
and I speak from Experience !
Good Luck and Hope this helps you and others like you in the future..
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