Model 25 Outdoor Freezeless Wall Faucets
This Model 25 Freezeless Wall Faucet, with a built-in, anti-siphon vacuum breaker, is an effective way to protect your home from water damage caused by a burst pipe. Even if you forget to remove the hose in freezing conditions, this faucet will completely drain so there is no danger of bursting. Suitable for cold or hot water installations, this faucet is made to save you from the high cost of damages due to an unseen leak when the water is turned on after the thaw. When installed per the manufacturer's requirements, you'll have trouble-free performance for years to come.
Model 25 Anti-Siphon Automatic Draining Freezeless Wall Faucets
- Excess water drains from faucet even if hose is accidentally left on
- Removable, single check anti-siphon vacuum breaker with 3/4" male hose thread is designed for non-freezing installations
- Max pressure: 125psi
- Max temperature: 120°
- Valve is molded nitrile which is suitable for hot water
- Plunger - hemispherical cushion type
- Standard metal handle or vandal resistant tee key handle
- Choose the correct faucet determined by wall thickness
Please note: Wall thickness and overall length of the faucet are NOT the same. Please review the diagram below to determine the length you need prior to ordering.
Models 25 Inlet Descriptions
Replacement Parts for Model 25
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "Are these outdoor faucets quarter turn?"
A. No, these quality outdoor faucets are compression style faucets, making them easy to repair.
Q. "How do I choose the correct faucet length?"
A. Determine the thickness of your wall. The faucet must pass through the exterior wall all the way through to the interior of the wall to keep the inlet from freezing. This wall thickness measurement must be from the outside exterior wall to the inside interior of the wall. Next, choose the style of inlet you will need to attach to the type of piping you are using. The inlet length will be determined by the inlet type you choose. The inlet length is the length the faucet shaft is exposed on the interior wall to allow your piping to be connected to the faucet. Order the faucet determined by the actual wall thickness of your wall, not the overall length which includes the inlet length.
If your wall thickness is 4" then select the 4" wall thickness. If your wall is 4-1/2" thick then select the next size up to make sure the inlet of the faucet goes through your wall so the inlet is protected from freezing conditions.
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