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Monday, August 6th 2007, 5:21am

by drpete3

yes. But it seems the professionals on this site dont encourage drains. Just FYI. I havwe not used drains but dont see them as a negative. My advise would be to still winterize your system at the end of the year.

Sunday, August 5th 2007, 1:59am

by SprinklerGuy

I don't see any reason why not....

Saturday, August 4th 2007, 1:44pm

by SMM

Kwik-seal saddle T

Is it possible to use a kwik-seal saddle for the female threaded part of an inline drain? Thanks in advance.