Integral Corp Saddle: The Starting Point to Taking Care of the Boss
While surrounding the water main, a service saddle is the starting place to making water work on the service lateral. Municipalities choose this route as it minimizes stress on the corporation stop and pipe, along with the fact that it can provide better sealing capabilities than a direct tap. With many types of saddles available in the industry, it’s hard to offer what others don’t. However, A.Y. McDonald achieves this with our innovative new 78423 Series Integral Corp Saddle.
Sought after for its ability to eliminate an extra leak path, the AWWA C-800 compliant Integral Corp Saddle also allows the user to get in and out of the ditch quicker when tapping a water main. Designed using our new 8403 Stainless Steel Saddles, this new product also contains our very popular NL 300 PSI brass body ball valve. In addition, the outlet threads adapt to correct drilling machine adapters. Keep in mind that the A.Y. McDonald Integral Corp Saddles all come with a 90° enlarged operating head and are made for low turning torques. If A.Y. McDonald is your preferred provider for service saddles then you have every reason to try out the 78423 Series Integral Corp Saddle.
As a very important aspect to delivering safe drinking water to communities, the act of tapping the water main is something you don’t want to mess around with. Thanks to the innovative Integral Corp Saddle, you can take the guess work out of this task and how far to thread the corporation stop into the main or saddle in order to get sufficient seal on the threads. For more information on this new product, fill out a contact form on our website or call our Customer Service Department at 1-800-292-2737. To learn more about service saddles, along their functions and options, take our AYU course.