|Posted by hj on August 27, 2002 at 08:50:59:|
|In response to Re: ground hydrant|
You either connect a piece of copper tubing to it or leave it alone. It only operates when the valve is in the off position so you do not lose any water. If you plug it you might as well save the cost of that expensive valve because it will freeze and break during the first cold snap. Be sure to put stones or coarse gravel around the base of the valve so the water has a place to drain into.
: Your advice to me was excellent and I purchased a a ground hydrant from McMaster.com. However, the
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