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Frost-Proof Automatic Self-Draining Wall Hydrants

Lead Free* Models Available




Series LFFHB Frost-Proof Automatic Self-Draining Wall Hydrants are designed to provide freeze protection of the external water supply as well as backflow protection to the potable water supply. LFFHB hydrants feature a solid brass construction with a nickel plated finish, a 0.8mm thick copper tube, a plastic vacuum breaker, a heavy metal handle, and can be repaired inline without removing the sill cock from the waterline. These hydrants are designed to ASSE Standard 1019 and are certified to CSA B125 and CSA B64.2. Available with 1/2 in. solder or 1/2 in. male IPS inlet (Model LFFHB-1).

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*The wetted surface of this product contacted by consumable water contains less than 0.25% of lead by weight.

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