Sch 40 PVC Saddles

In a PVC system, adding a branch often requires deconstructing large parts of the system. These Schedule 40 PVC saddles allow for a branch to be added without a major demolition. They simply clamp onto the outside of the pipe, then create a tee joint in an existing system. Once the saddles are firmly clamped into place, a small hole is drilled into the top, allowing the liquid to flow into the pipe without destroying the entire system or removing any major parts. This is often the simplest way to add a line to an existing PVC system.

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Schedule 40 PVC saddles clam on to the existing pipe using a clamping hinge. This creates a tight seal without damaging the pipe underneath. The resulting new arm on the system is either smooth or female threaded, so the new pipe can either be screwed into place or slipped on, depending on the needs of the system. If the seal needs to be water tight, an adhesive can be used with the slip on options.

Schedule 40 PVC saddles are available in diameters from 2 inches to 12 inches. The new pipe arm is available with a diameter from 1/2 inch to 6 inches. This provides a range of configurations to match just about any pipe system.

When diverting flow in a system at a 90-degree angle, a strong material is necessary to resist warping. Schedule 40 PVC works well for this application. While it cannot handle high pressure applications, it does hold its shape well in general applications. It also resists corrosion, so it can be used underwater and underground, and withstands the impact of weather well. This durability is combined with the affordability of PVC to make these fittings an ideal choice for adding a line to an existing PVC system.

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