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Model #EBYH02NL

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2 ft. Bury Depth Frost-Proof Yard Hydrant

  • Self-draining valve to prevent freezing
  • Heavy duty ductile iron head and handle to prevent cracking
  • Total length 51 inches, two-foot bury depth
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Product Overview

The frost proof Everbilt yard hydrant has a shut-off valve which operates below the frost line to supply running water, for reliable irrigation even in the coldest weather. The water hydrant can easily be repaired without digging. This yard hydrant has a strong 1 in. galvanized steel stand-pipe and a 3/4 in. female NPT brass valve to connect to the water supply pipe.
  • Self-draining when handle is in closed position to prevent freezing
  • Heavy duty cast iron head with bucket hook
  • Extra-large cast iron handle for easy operation
  • Brass clevis rod and hose connector
  • Double o-ring sealing system provides a positive seal
  • 1-piece plunger design provides a positive seal and easy adjustment
  • Plunger is easily adjustable with square head set screw
  • Bury depth of 24 in., meaning 27 in. will be above ground
  • Yard hydrant complies with federal lead laws
  • California residents

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Ratings
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ConnectionFIP x MHTFIP x MHTFemale Pipe ThreadFemale Pipe Thread
ApplicationNon-Potable WaterNon-Potable WaterNon-Potable WaterNon-Potable Water
Maximum Pressure (psi)120120125125
Compatible Pipe MaterialPVCPVCBrassBrass
Indoor/OutdoorOutdoorOutdoorOutdoorOutdoor
FeaturesFrost Free,Lead Free,ThreadedFrost Free,Lead Free,ThreadedNo Additional Special FeaturesNo Additional Special Features
MaterialCast IronCast IronGalvanized SteelGalvanized Steel
Maximum Working Temperature (F)100100120120
Product Height (ft.)4.37.312
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Specifications

Dimensions

Inlet Diameter (In.)
3/4
Outlet Diameter (In.)
3/4
Product Height (ft.)
4.3
Product Height (in.)
51 in
Product Length (in.)
2.25 in
Product Width (in.)
9 in

Details

Application
Non-Potable Water
Compatible Pipe Material
PVC
Connection
FIP x MHT
Features
Frost Free,Lead Free,Threaded
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Material
Cast Iron
Maximum Pressure (psi)
120
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
100
Pack Size
1
Product Weight (lb.)
12.25 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Valve Type
Yard Hydrant

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

52Questions34Answers

I just need the top green part. Can I remove it from the pipe and put it on mine?

Asked by jahiggin February 16, 2021
2
Answers

Yes you can take it apart. These are made so you can replace the seats in them without having to dig them up.

What would cause loss of pressure

Asked by Tina November 29, 2020
3
Answers

Possible debris that got into the water line line during the installation, an underground leak near or at the connection or possibly a defect in the hydrant itself. A leak may show up as a wet spot forming around the area where the leak is. Also if your water meter is turning while you don’t have any water on anywhere you may have a leak somewhere that may cause low pressure.

Is it made in the USA?

Asked by Waterboy October 19, 2020
2
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China, as most plumbing is.

I have a new hydrant. It is so hard to pull the handle up or put it down What can I do to loosen this.

Asked by Ba July 5, 2020
2
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Either the top seal is too tight or the plunger is binding. Top seal can be loosened by turning the nut surrounding the rod counterclockwise in 1/8 turn increments until it loosens. If water leaks, tighten it back up.

Is the water flow variable? Can the handle be positioned so flow is variable?

Asked by Kat May 29, 2020
7
Answers

Yes, it is variable. No increments but adjustable flow.

what is the overall height or length of this 2 foot bury depth hydrant?

Asked by Jim November 13, 2019
4
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51 inches. 27 inches above ground is recommended and 24 inches below ground.

Can the hydrant be connected to a municipal potable water line since it has drainage below ground?

Asked by John November 13, 2019
2
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Thanks for reaching out to the Everbilt Team. You can connect to your municipal water supply. The weep hole will just drain around the bottom of the unit. Please pack stone around the base to allow for good drainage. Depending on your local codes, you may need to add backflow prevention before the yard hydrant. If you have questions please call us at 844-251-7446 to discuss.

How do you attach pvc pipe to this Everbilt 2ft. Bury Depth Frost-Proof Yard Hydrant?

Asked by Homershelper September 2, 2019
6
Answers

3/4 inch npt to whatever size pvc pipe you have. Preferably an L.

I need to know where this product is manufactured. I can't find anything regarding the origin

Asked by TCT May 30, 2019
4
Answers

China

What are the installation instructions? Product EBYH02

Asked by Coyote May 17, 2019
2
Answers

It comes in one piece ready to install to your water line. You just have to dig the hole and install a 3/4" inch male thread to connect to. If you are installing to PVC, I recommend that you connect the fitting to the Everbilt before gluing it to your water line.

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Customer Reviews

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  • 88% recommend this product
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It was easy to set up. With great instructions. I used a 4x4 post and a 5 gallon bucket with grav...
It was easy to set up. With great instructions. I used a 4x4 post and a 5 gallon bucket with gravel to set up th he drainage system. It has worked great do far. I put in two of them.
by Jeff
1 person found this helpful
Great product! Easy to install and will keep water from freezing in cold weather. You can also lo...
Great product! Easy to install and will keep water from freezing in cold weather. You can also lock the handle which is a good feature if you are not there all the time.
by LSUCJT
Very easy to install took less than 10 minutes...
Very easy to install took less than 10 minutes
by Brett
First freeze and the hydrant sprang a leak. Patched it to get by with JB Weld. JB Weld isn't hol...
First freeze and the hydrant sprang a leak. Patched it to get by with JB Weld. JB Weld isn't holding on the second freeze. And I'm talking an ARKANSAS freeze! That's not much of a freeze like in the north. Good luck with this product. I can't find the receipt, so I can’t return the product . That's my poor foresight. I suggest if you buy this product that you hang on to your receipt and be prepared to repair or replace.
by mm
Response from Everbilt TeamFeb 28, 2019
The way a hydrant freezes if you did not purchase the correct bury depth or you left a garden hose attached to the unit when the temps dropped below 32. Garden hoses or vacuum breakers will keep pressure/water in the head of the unit and will cause it to crack. These are the only ways a frost-free hydrant can freeze.
Easy to install. Smooth pumping action.
Easy to install. Smooth pumping action.
by Redgate
1 person found this helpful
This hydrant has only two flow possibilities-off or on full blast. Instructions says "lift hydr...
This hydrant has only two flow possibilities-off or on full blast. Instructions says "lift hydrant handle, opening the plunger valve until the water flows at the desired rate." I figured there must be some way to adjust the thing so I could vary the flow rate so I called the company and was told no, there is no way to adjust the flow rate. I personally don't want a faucet without a variable flow rate and would assume most people would feel the same way. I will avoid all Everbilt products in the future, they can't even accurately-or honestly-describe this product. I will return it-after a tremendous amount of trouble!-and buy a Woodford.
by flatpicker
3 people found this helpful
I PUT THIS IN ABOUT 2 WEEKS AGO AND ITS WORKING GREAT. HAD 3 NIGHTS OF 20 TEMPS AND HAD NO PROBL...
I PUT THIS IN ABOUT 2 WEEKS AGO AND ITS WORKING GREAT. HAD 3 NIGHTS OF 20 TEMPS AND HAD NO PROBLEMS AT ALL. THIS IS A WELL MADE ITEM. I AM VERY HAPPY WITH HOW IT WORKS AND RELIEVED I WONT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT MY LINE FREEZING UP AND BREAKING AGAIN. JUST DO AS IT SAYS IN INSTRUCTIONS AND YOU WONT HAVE A PROBLEM.
by MLDF710
2 people found this helpful
Great addition for garden area
We have a patio/garden are on the side of our home that did not have access to a hose bib. Fortunately, a 3/4" landscape irrigation line is in the area and the yard hydrant turned out to be a great option. A 2' bury is all I need in Phoenix. I cut a hole in the bottom of a Home Depot plastic bucket to run the bottom of the hydrant thru and sealed it. The bucket was then my form for a 3x4 redwood support and a bag of sackrete. The only obstacle I ran into was digging the hole. The clay in my area gets like concrete in the summer but soaking it with water for about an hour solved the problem. Hydrant appears to be very good quality and automatically drains when it is turned off. It even has the capability of being locked with a padlock if it is in an unrestricted location.
by Rond
3 people found this helpful
Solid faucet
Very rugged, solid faucet. The action is very good; Fully on and fully off, no drips. I put this up at cabin at about 7000 ft so the frost proof-ness is needed. Since I am not there year-round, I am confindent I will not have to worry about having any issues with this unit. Luckily, I got this installed before the ground froze and it has held up so far without incident.
by Benniman
My Dogs love their new water hydrant!
I have three great dogs, we visit our local dog park all year on a weekly bases and use their frost proof hydrant, we now have our own frost proof water hydrant in our yard. My dogs do not live out doors but enjoy controlling wildlife traffic in my yard. It's nice to have fresh water for them as needed in the back yard. The frost proof Everbilt yard hydrant has a shut-off valve which operates below the frost line to supply running water for reliable irrigation even in the coldest weather. The water hydrant can easily be repaired without digging. The yard hydrant has a strong 1 in. galvanized steel stand-pipe. Self draining when handle is in closed position to prevent freezing. Heavy duty cast iron head with bucket hook Extra large cast iron handle for easy operation Brass clevis rod and hose connector, Double o-ring sealing system provides a positive seal 1-piece plunger design provides a positive seal and easy adjustment. Plunger is easily adjustable with square head set screw. Drain port is tapped for 1/8 in. FPT.
by DANIEL
2 people found this helpful
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