Here's a link to the blog where you'll find a more in depth step by step guide on how to repair a garden hose. http://www.easysimplegardening.com/blog/how-to-repair-a-garden-hose Repairing a hose is easy and inexpensive and you can do it at home in just a few minutes. A new hose can cost upwards of $90! Almost any leak can be fixed for no more than $4 with a hose repair kit. Hose Repair Kits: Come in two different types, metal and plastic. Obviously the metal will last longer and cost more, this is recommended for horses that cost $30 or more. For anything less then $30 typically a plastic hose end for about $2 will suffice. First: Turn on the hose and Identify the problem area, mark it with a permanent marker. Cap the end of the hose before you turn it on because it will build up water pressure in the hose and show leaks that otherwise you might not be able to spot, such as tiny pin-holes or areas that are weak, especially if the hose likes to kink in a particular spot. Male End: The male end is the end that the water comes out of, you can attach a watering device to it like a hand sprayer or watering wand. Female End: This is the end that connects to the facet, will pivot freely. If there is a leak here it’s more likely that a hose washer is bad then the end needing to be replaced. If that's the case then simply use a flat head screwdriver to take out the old washer and put in the new one. Inline Connector: This is for damage in the middle of the hose. This damage can be a very simple hole or quite extensive like a dog making a chew toy of it. Make sure to cut at least 3 inches on each side past the visible damage. Once the problem area has been identified and marked cut the hose either using a pair of hand pruners or a sharp knife. Try to make the cut as straight as possible to ensure the best connection If your hose repair kit comes with a hose clamp slide that on first, if you forget it now you won’t be able to put it on later. Some hose repair kits come with a clamp built in. Soak the first 2 inches of the hose end in boiling hot water for :20 seconds. The heat from the water will loosen the rubber making it much easier to slip in the repair end. As the hose cools it will re-tighten around the repair giving a stronger connection. Now tighten your hose clamp, test your hose and you're done!
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http://www.pvcfittingsdirect.com/_e/dept/01-021/Schedule_40_Garden_Hose_Fittings-2-6.htm This part is available in 3/4" size. We offer a full selection of PVC Fittings, Schedule 40, Schedule 80, Insert Fittings, Flanges, Ball Valves, Pipe Nipples, Unions and more. FREE SHIPPING and easy online ordering. Call 877-777-8421 for customer service.
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http://www.elperfecto.com/tag/water/ This water hose got damaged when my lawn mower cut into it. I could spend more money on a new water hose and throw this one in the trash, which then goes to the landfill. Or, I could save some money and repair the hose, bringing it back to useful service. If you are interested in repairing your water hoses, this video might give you some ideas. Happy gardening!
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Here's how to replace the potable (drinking) water hose on a Reelcraft retractable RV hose reel without spending a fortune on an overpriced OEM hose. This method costs 1/3 as much! Having a drinking water hose on a retractable reel is nice, keeping it rolled up out of the way. But it does require more effort to replace than simply buying and starting to use a new one. It's not difficult when you know how to do it. We'll show you the steps involved. FEATURED & RELATED PRODUCTS AVAILABLE ON AMAZON: NeverKink Water Hose – 1/2″ x 50-feet: http://amzn.to/2DJyVKg Mini Stainless Steel Clamps – 10 pack: http://amzn.to/2DZIJmK Retractable Utility Knife: http://amzn.to/2FuI2yV Pipe Sealant Tape: http://amzn.to/2DXmo9j 1/2″ Female End Brass Hose Repair: http://amzn.to/2EmRhlm Water Hose Storage Cap: http://amzn.to/2GvJu5t Brass Y-Valve: http://amzn.to/2Eq8uKR Inline Water Pressure Regulator: http://amzn.to/2rPsGTI Adjustable Water Pressure Regulator: http://amzn.to/2DJJlta RECENT & RELATED VIDEOS: Meet The RVgeeks: https://youtu.be/xngSltn1HNc Windshield Chip Repair: https://youtu.be/8kTDYXIBP4Y The piano music is my own performance of Scott Joplin's Maple Leaf Rag from 1899. Background music: "Cool Ride" from Audionutix.com WONDERING WHAT'S THE BEST GEAR TO USE ON YOUR RV? Here's all of our favorite equipment that we use ourselves and recommend to friends: http://thervgeeks.com/our-favorite-gear/ Join us at http://TheRVgeeks.com for more great RVing content! Full-Time RVers since April, 2003, we share DIY (do it yourself) RV maintenance, repair, travel, upgrade and operational tips & tricks. Many RVers are eager to learn more about using, maintaining and caring for their rigs. We hope our experience can help others go DIY, saving time & money, plus the satisfaction of a job well done. We're handy RVers, not professional technicians. We're happy with the techniques and products we use, but be sure to confirm that all methods and materials you use are compatible with your equipment and abilities. Regardless of what we recommend, consult a professional if you're unsure about working on your RV. Any task you perform or product you purchase based on any information we provide is strictly at your own risk. We sometimes receive products for evaluation at no cost, and The RVgeeks participate in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. But our opinions are our own, you won’t pay an extra penny, and we only link to products we personally use, love and can recommend to friends with complete confidence. Comments welcome! Thanks for watching! Don't forget to subscribe!
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This is a video showing you how to repair/fix your damaged Magic Hose. You will just need to snip off the length that is damaged and replace it to the pre-existing nozzle. This will repair your hose. The length may dwindle, but is a solution to these types of issues.
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Thanks to Cyber2010.... One each 18" long 1/2" PVC pipe, threaded on both ends. One valve of your choice, I used a ball type valve. One brass fitting to join the hose to the valve. Several end caps, each cap can be customize to your desire. Thread tape.
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Soaker hoses, which let water seep out through tiny holes, are the best way to water your vegetable and flower gardens for a number of reasons. They conserve water by delivering to the plant instead of spraying onto the path or into the air like a sprinkler. They put the water at the roots so the leaves stay dry and you don't spread plant diseases. They soak the ground, encouraging the roots to grow deep. But, soaker hoses always spring big leaks. This allows the water to spray out rather than trickle, washing away the soil. Fortunately, they're really easy to repair and this video will show you how. Get more easy gardening tips at AnOregonCottage.com.
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Here is Greg showing how to fix a leaking hose connector. This is a common problem that happen a-lot and can be fixed for very cheap and very easy. Just watch this short video to see how to install the peaces and fix a hose that has a leak at the connector junction.
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http://www.homerepairtutor.com/garden-hose-repair/ Garden hose repair is easy and MUCH cheaper than buying a new hose. Hi friend, this is Jeff from Home Repair Tutor and this quick video shows you two methods I thought would fix a leaky hose. BUT they were failures. Such is the life of a DIYer. But I show you a third method that helps repair your leaky hose in less than 5 minutes. You'll need to remove the section of your hose that's leaking. Use a hacksaw and miter box. Then use a metal clamp hose mender by Gilmour. It costs a few bucks but is totally worth it. The hose mender I use in this video is for 5/8 to 3/4 inch diameter hoses. There's also a bonus tip at the end that shows you how to repair the male section of your hose. Again, you can buy a male hose mender for few bucks. New hoses cost upwards of $30-$50 but these parts cost less than $10 and took 10 minutes to install. For all the tips and to see my two failures watch the video http://youtu.be/UFa0_QIzYgU If you think this video would help a friend feel free to share it http://youtu.be/UFa0_QIzYgU For tips on home repair & improvement make sure you check out more Home Repair Tutor videos on YouTube. If you need help with cleaning your grout then take a look at this other video I made http://youtu.be/flfAc_jMzvM I share many tips that a lot of people have found to be SUPER helpful. Have a great day! Jeff
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A couple of months ago my son, Ashley, suggested we entertain my grandchildren on Xmas Day with a water rocket session. Ashley was keen on trying a nozzle to screw on to the bottle that had the form of a garden hose fitting. There are plenty of YouTube videos showing successful rockets based on this design approach but all involve modifying a male garden hose fitting and gluing it to a bottle cap with a hole drilled through. Granddad was contracted to do the design and manufacturing of the launch mechanism and screw on rocket nozzle. I decided that a one piece bottle cap with integral male hose fitting was the way forward. However this meant that I had to learn how to cut an internal bottle cap thread. I used Solidworks to reverse engineer a bottle cap and male hose fitting and combine them together. In this video, I show how made the nozzle including the cutting of an internal 8TPI (3.175mm Pitch) thread. I had to design and make a custom threading tool mounted in my CNC lathe. I used 8mm Silver Steel and hardened it by heating to cherry red, quenching in cold water, reheating to straw and allowing to cool naturally. The plastic material is some mystery plastic rod I had in stock. The launch mechanism is based on garden hose male and female fittings sealed with a conventional ½” O Ring. Releasing the grippers is performed by a bell crank and fork arrangement which depresses the outer jacket of the female hose fitting. I had made water rockets years ago which performed very well. Ashley won a cash prize from Queensland University of Technology (QUT) with it. The old design was very simple in that a rubber stopper with integral Schrader valve was used up the end of the bottle. The bottle was retained with 2 wire pins set across the bottle neck flange. Launch was simply a matter of sharply withdrawing the pins with mono-filament fishing line from a safe distance. The new design proved very unstable in flight but very entertaining for the kids. I concluded that the instability was due to the added weight of the nozzle as part of the flight vehicle. I need to try to add compensating mass at the top of the rocket to move the centre of mass away from the nozzle end.
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http://todolisthome.com For today's episode I give a review of my new irrigation system for all the gardens in the front and back yards. I spent the winter thinking about how I would water all the odd shaped gardens and plants. It was a bit challenging since I have so much variety now spread out in the mini food forest and I needed something that would not break the bank with the water bill. I have spent the past gardening season watering with sprinklers, hoses, cans and cheap soaker hoses and was never able to achieve effective watering. I wasted a lot of water int the past and now that gardens have expanded I needed to be more careful about water use. I finally settled on the Colorite 250 foot roll of soaker hose as the most likely solution. I needed a total of 9 different soaker hoses of various lengths to water all the gardens and I needed to be sure they would not lead to wasting water. With my trusty utility knife, male and female ends, caps and quick release connectors I was able to emplace the very effective system depicted in the video. The male and female ends were bit difficult to put in the hoses but with a little Vaseline everything fit in smoothly. The only thing I am missing is a timer for the irrigation. I have not yet been able to find timers that last long enough to justify the cost so I just time the watering. Watering the gardens is easy now and allows me more time to examine how each of the hundreds of plants are doing versus spending time carrying buckets of water back and forth. Tony Teolis
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Step by step instructions for connecting a PVC pipe to an outdoor tap. I see this type of connection a lot in my business. Homeowners want to connect a line with constant pressure to a greenhouse, garden spot, or lawn area. Video covers how to make this type of connection. Parts used in video are annotated. On a connection of this type make sure the tap has some type of backflow prevention to keep water from being able to enter the home.
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Amazon Affiliate this helps us. http://amzn.to/2DAfp3G Laminar jet construction. An easy and inexpensive way to make your own Laminar jets for your garden or pool projects or just for a fun home school or family project. You may already have some of the items needed to make this. Video details all the steps to make one. Please share your jets if this video inspires you to make them! Build starts at 2:23 click on time to go to build. Testing new jet with 3/4" hole at 11:15 Testing with final 1/2" hole at 13:48 Time to touch up jet hole and glue up end cap. 4" Sewer pipe ( If you can just buy 2' ) Below first three items are made from this pipe. Main body = 14" long lower screen retainer ring = 2 3/8" long upper screen and pad retainer rings = 2 pcs. @ 1 1/8" long --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4" sewer flat endcap 4" - 3" sewer reducer 3" - 1 1/2" PVC reducer/not sewer 1 1/2 plug with threaded female 3/4"end / to connect to hose fitting Male 3/4 threaded to hose female threaded end** ** This may vary if you decide to hook up in a different manner. Your garden hose 2 pcs. scotchbright or similar scrub pads. Make sure they are at least 3 7/8 wide and long to cut into circles. 3 pkgs. of drinking straws 80 ct./pack You will not use all three packs, but more than two. Straws were 10 1/4" long. Enough mesh fiberglass screen to make 3 - 7" circles Rain or shine pvc glue* PVC cleaner* * Buy the smallest size as you need very little. Save money and borrow from the neighbor:) You may be able to try a hot glue if you have, but I do not know how well that will hold for the longer term. Should cost you between 15-25 dollars depending on what you may already have. I spent about 10 dollars, but I already had some of the items. One other note, you may have to adjust the length of the retainer rings and main body if the straws you buy are a different size. Another note. Depending on the pressure through your jet, you may want to kick up the sewer pipe to regular PVC. Be careful and make sure you know the pressure you will run and match the best piping for your situation. This is just a demonstration of what I did. Consult with a professional for details. Then share your experience with others.:):) Louriefamilyhomstead@aol.com Soundtracks by: Jason Shaw Acoustic Blues and Running Waters
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Keep your water hose and your water source all in one neat package, with the Liberty Hose Stand with BIB. This is a must-have for the serious gardener or landscaper. The convenience alone will make you wonder why you never got one of these before. It will put an end to dragging the hose over to the water spigot, turning it on, and then going back to wherever you need the hose for watering. With the Liberty Hose Stand with BIB, all you have to do is turn the water on, do your work, then turn it off again. Perfect for home and professional garden / landscaping needs Combines water outlets with brass and PVC connections and fixed hose butler Steel construction Durable powder coat finish Full brass and galvanized plumbing fixtures Keeps hose neat and ready to use Will mount in compact soil or concrete
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It's finally in guys. I am so happy I don't have to stand there for hours watering my whole garden and all the weeds and hoping I gave it enough water all at the same time worrying that one of my plants is gonna catch a disease for being wet to long. My drip Irrigation is gonna save me a lot of time and worry and water. 100% efficient direct to every plant. Below I will post every piece of material I use for my drip irrigation. Lowes: (1) 100 Ft 1/2" Mainline (1) 1/2" 90 degree elbow TheDripStore.com: (1) 3/4" Hose End Battery Timer DripWorks.com: (1) Backflo Preventer (1) 200 mesh Filter (1) 10psi Pressure regulator (1) 1/2" Easy Loc Female Hose Beginning (1) 1/2" Easy Loc End Cap (10) Plastic Hold downs (16) Drip Tape 1/4" barb with valve (16) Drip Tape Male end Cap (5) 100 Ft T-tape 8 mil high flow
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This video uses a 3/4" male pipe thread x 3/4" male hose thread adapter to convert PVC pipe threads to hose threads that can accept standard hose threaded drip irrigation head assembly parts. To learn more visit us at: http://www.dripdepot.com
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This How-To video will show you how to build your own A-Frame hydroponic garden. We cover the materials you'll need to buy, the construction of the garden, as well as provide tips and tricks we learned while building the farm. You will need the following materials to build your A-Frame style garden: -Rockwool / Stonewool Starter Cubes -Germination Station w/Heat Mat -Seeds -Plant Grow Light for Indoor Plants -Plastic Plant Labels Tags -2 Inch Black Slotted Mesh Net Pot for Hydroponics -Clay Pebbles, 4mm-16mm -Water Tank (trash can, plastic) -Fertilizer for hydroponic farming -Ph testing drops -Ph up and Ph down solution -Pump (ECO 1584 Submersible Pump) -Tubing for the pump (we used regular garden hose) -Tubing connectors and valves (We got ours at Home Depot) -Plumber's tape (Teflon) -4" / 6" inch PVC tubes -Drill bit to make 2” holes in the PVC tubes -4" / 6" inch PVC tube end caps -Brass compression connectors (see video) -Male or female connectors for hose -2 inch PVC tube system to bring the water back to the tank -Wood and screws for the construction of the A frame -½ metal strapping to attach the pipe to the frame -Level If you have any questions or comments, please let us know. We tried to DIY this project and we aren't professionals. We just wanted to try building our own garden.
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This has all the features of a much more elaborate stuffer, but at a fraction of the cost. This is a 4"x24" PVC sausage stuffer controlled by a foot pedal. It holds about 10 pounds of sausage. The plumping is quite simplified and the faucet itself is used as the speed control valve. AND it has power retraction. All for less than $100. By using garden hose quick connects the system can be quickly re-plumbed to use a venturi pump to retract the piston. The beauty of the venturi pump is that it is cheap ($7.95 on Ebay) and it works great. Buy the Python brand 13B is the model number. Don't settle for imitations I am told. In operation, the system is plumbed as pictured. With the hose disconnected from the pipe and with the pipe dry, I push the piston as far into the pipe as I can. I then stand it up in the sink and pour water through the connection into the area behind the piston. When it is full I attach the hose. I have previously filled the hose by running the system for a few seconds. This way I eliminate air in the system. Glossary: MH – Male Hose thread FH – Female Hoe thread MHM - Male Hose Mender FHM - Female Hose Mender MNPT – Male National Pipe Thread (NPT) FNPT – Female NPT MQC – Male Quick Connect for a Hose FQC – Female Quick Connect for a Hose Starting at the faucet: 1. Faucet: a. Your faucet aerator to FH b. Attach FQC to FH 2. Connection to Faucet c. Length of 5/8” ID hose equal to the distance from you faucet to the bottom of your sink. d. MHM to MQC on one end of the hose e. 5/8” hose barb to ¾” MNPT. Don’t forget to put the Hose clamp on first. 3. Plumbing of the solenoids: f. 2 above attached to inlet of one solenoid g. ¾”npt to ¾” PVC street El. Thread to other side of this solenoid using Teflon tape on all threaded joints. h. ¾” PVC short nipple cut from a length of pipe. About 3” long glued to b. above. i. ¾” PVC T with middle T threaded for ¾” NPT j. Glue d to c so that the threaded T is straight up. k. Repeat c and b but attach threaded street L to inlet of second Solenoid. 4. Hose from PVC T to stuffer l. On one end of about 12” of 5/8” ID hose: 5/8” hose barb to ¾ MNPT. Screw this into the T. Don’t forget to put the Hose clamp on first. m. On the other end: 5/8” hose barb to FHM to FQC n. ON both ends of 5-6’ of 5/8” ID hose: 5/8” MHM to MQC 5. At the end of the suffer: o. Drill a ¾” hole in the cap. p. Take a ½” NPT nipple and cut two slots in one end about ½” deep. Cut across the nipple (as it is standing on end) and then rotate your cut slightly (maybe 5 degrees) and make another cut. Use pliers to snap off the bit between the cuts. Put this is a vice (or use vice grips) so that you can screw the cap onto this end of the nipple. This acts as a thread “TAP”. After you tap the hole, q. Screw into the hole ½”NPT to FH to FQC. 6. To the Python venturi pump r. Attach FQC and MQC as appropriate. Suffer: 7. 24” of 4” PVC holds about 10 lbs of sausage. Clean and dry pipe and all other 4” fittings 8. Drill and tap a 4” cap. See instruction 5 above. Glue to one end of the pipe. 9. Glue 4” cleanout to other end of pipe. 10. Threaded cap: a. Dill 1 ¾” hole in 4” threaded cap. b. Cut a Keeney Mfg. Co. Plastic Straight Coupling Item #: 25011(from Lowes) to leave about 5/16” of the tubing after the threads. c. Glue into 1/3/4” hole trying to make the inside edge flush so it is easy to clean. 11. Modify a commercial stuffing horn to fit into the threaded ring that attaches to the coupling you glued into the threaded cap. 12. Plunger a. 3” PVC Cap b. Two grooves .147 deep and .238 wide. c. 4” O-rings. I used Buna-N -342 from Grainger Instructions for use: 12. Plunger: Grease the o-ring grooves, add o-rings and grease over o-rings with Crisco. 13. Push Plunger as far into stuffer as possible with rounded side facing out. 14. Stand stuffer on the threaded in the sink and fill with water using a pitcher through connector in cap end. 15. Attached QC to faucet. Attach MQC Hose end to faucet. Attach 6’ hose to FQC coming out of the T. 16. Plug in power. 17. Press switch and turn on water to fill 6’s hose. Once it is full turn off water and attach other end of 6’ hose to stuffer. 18. You are now ready to fill suffer with sausage. 19. Once filled (avoiding as much air as possible), screw on cap with attached horn. 20. Press start and turn on water slow. Soon sausage will come out of horn. 21. Let up on switch. 22. Add casings to horn. 23. Stuff in normal way. 24. When you get to the end. Stop before you blow the horn out of the end of the stuffer with the plunger. It is powerful. I broke the first threaded plug I built. Buy a heavy duty threaded plug.
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Instructional video showing how to connect your garden hose to an outside tap using a Hozelock 2175 outside tap connector.
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www.FireHoseDirect.com Brass 2.5 inch female NH (NST) to (2) 3/4" inch male garden hose thread (GHT) adapter with shut-off valve. This adaptor typically ship the same business day. Connections: The female side of this adapter will only connect to a male National Hose (NH) or National Standard Thread (NST). The male side of this adapter will only connect to a female garden hose. National Hose (NH) aka National Standard Thread (NST) is often referred to as "fire hose thread" as this is by far the most common thread in use today by fire departments, however there are "local" exceptions. NPSH and NPT are more common in industrial applications. For more information on the different types of threads please visit our adapter guide.
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how to make sprinkler making sprinkle bottle how to build a water sprinkler make your own sprinkler water shortage water solution no water weak water water the plants ------------------------------------------------------- Garden hose to a bottle makes a great Garden Sprinkler for your backyard or frontyard. awesome trick that will help you water the plants and save money and water. In this Channel we make experiments, life hacks, fixes, tricks and tips for DIY stuff and alot more entertaining thing so please be sure to Subscribe. Thank You all for watching.
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~Get Rid of the BackFlow Preventer All Together With This New SpigotMaster Adapter on Amazon~ http://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BD4H8RP/?tag=sm01-fixa-20 ~~Buy the one in the video on Amazon~~ http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0046HA9S6/?tag=tdays-20 ~~Or Buy the Professional, Dual Stage Version for $28~~ http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001GTR1UQ/?tag=tdays-20 ~~Here is my list of Recommended RV Maintenance Products~~ http://www.amazon.com/lm/RJIBDD67Z6WH7/?&tag=tdays-20 ~~Here is a cheaper one~~ http://www.amazon.com/dp/B002OU6ZSA/?tag=areview-20 Or, solve the problem for good by disabling the anti-siphone with and adapter: http://www.spigotmaster.com/arrowhead-anti-siphon-device-adapter.html The 1sr one does make sound when the valve is closing. In some homes this can be heard throughout the whole house. For this reason, I recommend the Pro version in the link above So now that most counties are requiring anti-siphon valves on all exterior hose Spigots, we have yet one more thing that can fail and needs to be fixed. These basically only serve to protect your home and the city water system from contaminants and debris that in rare circumstances can get sucked back into the water main from the hose or watering system. They are almost completely useless in most situations. Problems with these valve range from: ~ Strange Noises ~ Water Flowing out from around the valve and Not into the Hose ~ Leaks If you have a modern house, chances are you have an Anti-Siphon valve already built into the end of your hose bib. They are pretty obvious and easily identifiable by the set screw locking them in place. The main problem is that the hose bibs that come with them have a special threading to accept the vacuum breaker end. Some hardware stores sell a direct screw on replacement for aout $25. Home Depot actually sells a much cheaper solution for $8 which will use part of your existing adapter. If you have an older style hose bib with a vacuum breaker just screwed onto a normal hose bib attachment...... TAKE THAT THING OFF & DON'T LOOK BACK!!!
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***VISIT OUR SPONSORS*** http://www.traderadiators.com | http://www.grahamplumbersmerchant.co.uk | http://www.wilo.co.uk | http://www.adey.com How push fit fitting work. Hepworth Hep2o Where to buy them online. For more plumbing tips and advice visit our website at http://www.plumberparts.co.uk Hello. This instructional video will show you how a push fit fitting works and how to install one. Let's look how the push fit fitting is assembled. There is the main valve body the rubber seating washer, the washer jumper that holds the rubber washer in place, the pipe clamp that holds the pipe in place and the end nut that holds all this tightly together in one piece. The rubber washer is first inside the fitting, then the washer jumper, the pipe clamp and finally the end nut. If we look closely at the pipe clamp we can see it has metal teeth that grip the pipe one way so you can push it on the pipe but not pull it off. Push fit fittings can be used on both copper and plastic pipe. Plastic pipe requires a small metal sleeve to be inserted into it. This prevents the pipe from collapsing. Push the nut over the pipe and fully insert the pipe into the fitting. Tighten the nut. If we remove If we remove the pipe from the fitting we can see that the rubber sealing washer is successfully around the pipe creating a watertight seal. And that's how push fit fittings work.
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32 years in this business has shown me a thing or two.Using sharkbite fittings is quite easy to do for the average home owner....Please subscribe and have a great day.
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This is a short educational video by http://www.dripdepot.com/ on how to install a 1/2" Figure 8 hose end into a drip irrigation system to cap the end of a run of 1/2" tubing.
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When Mother Nature cranks up the heat and shade alone just won't cut it, Ergodyne has you covered with the SHAX® 6095 Misting System. The first of its kind in the safety industry, this is the perfect compliment to rest and shade. This misting system comes standard with a two-gallon water tank, a high-performance pressure pump, and a hose connection, 25 feet of tubing with 8 brass nozzles, and 8 hook-and-loops straps to attach it to a tent frame. Whether pressurized using the fill-and-pump method or the hose connection, it produces a super fine mist for instant cooling relief. Depending on your access to water, you can either fill the tank first or attach the system directly to the tent frame. If you choose to fill up first, unscrew the pump by pushing the handle all the way down and lightly twisting counterclockwise to lock. Once locked, twist the piece counterclockwise to remove the entire pump mechanism. Fill with water to the 2-gallon line, but don’t overfill. Replace pump mechanism and twist clockwise to tighten. To assemble, attach the nozzles by threading the female end of tubing through the male coupling on the water tank. Tighten the bell cap completely, but don’t overdo it, tough guy. Using the provided hook-and-loop straps, now you can install the system by attaching the tubing to the tent frame. Twist the nozzle heads to tighten and aim them to your misting direction of choice. To pressurize your system, first ensure that the blue on/off switch is in the “off” position. Then unlock the handle by twisting lightly until it can be pulled upward. Now it’s time to pump it up. This will build pressure in the tank – once it becomes difficult to pump, the tank is fully pressurized. Flip the blue on/off switch to “on” to begin misting. To skip the fill-and-pump method, connect a garden hose to the hose connection. Make sure the pump handle is securely locked, then turn the hose on and fill to the 2-gallon line. Pressure will begin to build automatically. Once the tank is full or nearly full, turn the nozzles on. The system has an automatic smart pressure valve that will prevent the flow of water into the tank once maximum capacity has been reached and you can run it continuously. In this configuration, the misting system can run until the water runs dry and can be turned on and off using the blue switch on the nozzles. When you’re finished with the system, turn the misting off. Without standing directly above the tank, depressurize it by slowly removing the pump mechanism from the tank (without standing directly above). Store the 6095 by detaching it from the frame of the tent. Wrap the tubing in a circular configuration and secure it with the hook-and-loop straps. Store it in a bag, a truck bed, or wherever else you may need it.
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This is a quick demo of WATTS quick connect pipe fittings. Great for plumbing repairs where you don't want to use soldering. You can get these connectors at Menards. The connectors are similar to sharkbite fittings except you don't need to make measurements and marks. These connectors are great for spots where you do not want to use torch to solder your coppers or do it yourself projects where you have a leaky pipe you want to repair etc. etc., there can be hundreds of uses you can implement these watts quick connect fitting. Share, Like and Subscribe. Thank You...
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This video goes over how a "SharkBite" coupling works. They are a brand of press on plumbing fittings. They can work with copper or pex pipe. No soldering or special tools required for small plumbing job or repairs. I keep one in the toolbox for situations where I can't get water to stop flowing because the shutoff valve is leaking. You can press these on a pipe with water still leaking from it which can get you out of a situation until you call a plumber or do a traditional repair by sweating pipe or pex. ShareBite is just one brand of plumbing push on fittings, there are other ones out there that work the same.
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http://www.pvcfittingsdirect.com/_e/dept/01-021/Schedule_40_Garden_Hose_Fittings-2-6.htm This part is available in 3/4" size. We offer a full selection of PVC Fittings, Schedule 40, Schedule 80, Insert Fittings, Flanges, Ball Valves, Pipe Nipples, Unions and more. FREE SHIPPING and easy online ordering. Call 877-777-8421 for customer service.
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Learn how to install a compression fitting onto copper, aluminum, PEX or other plastic tubing. For more information about BrassCraft products, please visit our website at http://www.brasscraft.com or contact BrassCraft customer service at (877) 272-7755.
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The video shows how easy it is to assemble the Rolliner NG. ROLLINER NG is supplied by the meter. The required connectors can be easily fitted by the user. The connector ENG20S represents a 1/4" female thread. Further information: http://www.migweld.de/english/products/drahtfoerderung/rolliner-ng.html
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This video is all about how to fit an outdoor garden tap or faucet. From siting the tap and drilling the hole through your wall to piping it up using copper pipe and installing valves and non return valves. Follow me Instagram! http://www.plumberparts.co.uk/social.php?socail=Instagram ***VISIT OUR SPONSORS*** http://www.traderadiators.com | http://www.grahamplumbersmerchant.co.uk | http://www.wilo.co.uk | http://www.adey.com ***WEBSITE*** http://www.plumberparts.co.uk ***Facebook*** http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001119410854 ***Twitter*** https://twitter.com/#!/plumberparts Hello and welcome to today plumberparts.co.uk video. This video is gonna be all about how to fit an outside tap. There's a couple of ways you can do it. Two types of kits, there's also a kit you can get where everything comes in one massive piece. You have the hose, you have a check valve with all those bits and bobs on it. We're not gonna do it like that, we're gonna do it properly with hard pipe. We're gonna use some soldering, it's gonna be bloody great. Remember to hold tight. Once you've chosen the position for your outside tap, we're gonna try and get it about here, directly under this middle spine of this window. Now it's always easier if you can try and put your tap underneath the kitchen sink outside because you've got your cold feed out there already. A couple of things you need to think about is you probably don't wanna be feeding the outside with softened water supply because you'll be paying for softened water to go outside into your grass. A bit dumb. And also when buying the tap, if your tap you buy doesn't have a built in check valve, that's a non-return valve, you have to buy a non-return valve separately because you cannot have the possibility of water going back into the main from any outside tap. I've chosen where I'm gonna put it. I am not gonna punch a hole through the wall and we're actually gonna feed the tap through and affix to the wall and then I'll show you how to do the connexions out from the other side. Right, so the particular outside tap pack we've got today is one like this. So you can just push it straight into the wall. Obviously a lot of the time you have big tap that have an angled upward inch and a half female plate that you actually screw into the wall. Then you have to screw it in. So that means sometimes you have a bit of 15mm, a 15mm elbow coming up and then going into the plate. But these are slightly simpler, a bit easier to do. So it's a matter of pushing it into the hole now, marking our three holes, drilling them and getting them plugged. Little tip, before you do that, just pop some tape over getting inside your pipe. Drill and plug. I've almost got our plugs in. Just grab yourself a little bit of silicon, pop that in here around this so then if you do get any rain or anything like that, it doesn't get into your home, get all over the place. Popped in beautiful like that. That will stop any water getting in. Right now tighten up your three screws nice and tight. Once this is all in nicely done up and you've smoothed off the silicon around the bottom, or around wherever it may have spread out, don't use the PTFE they supply with the tap okay 'cause it's poo. You wanna use LocTite, this stuff's really good because you need this tap to stay upright and stable and Lock Tight not only seals the joint, but actually creates a really tough, hard to move joint as well once it's in. So how you put that on, you just wrap it and you actually cross it over the threads like so. So you actually sort of go over the thread like that. Then that gets that in. I just wanna run that nice into there. Apprentices always put too much on when they start using this stuff. Then we just run it in, just start off hand tight like that. It's already gotten tight now. So what you wanna do is get yourself, I don't really get that out with the hands. I got a lot of time for that. So we're done outside, no we've got our tap in, make sure that you turn it off. And now we're gonna go inside and I'll show you how to do your connexions up in there. Right now, so here we are under the sink. There's out pipe sticking out as I'm sure you'd a guessed. Right, what we're gonna do it I'll put a little elbow on here. Our cold water is this pipe just down at the bottom here. So just T, we just elbow and T into that cold pipe nice and easy. But along the way, going up we need a valve that turns off the outside and also our check valve or non-return valve. We'll put them in like that on the way out. If you wanna learn more about check valves or anything like that, we do have video on it. I'll leave a link to it at the end of this video. I'm just gonna cut very small piece, put that into there with that arrow pointing up. Pop that piece into there with that arrow pointing up, then this arrow going in the same direction. Pop that in there and then we're gonna tighten these two up.
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No torch...no solder...This is a video on how to join copper pipe with out soldering using different types of fittings that are on the market today.....Please subscribe, leave a comment and give me a rating.Thanks
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http://www.pvcfittingsdirect.com/_e/dept/01-021/Garden_Hose_Fittings.htm This part is available in 1/2" to 1" sizes. We offer a full selection of PVC Fittings, Schedule 40, Schedule 80, Insert Fittings, Flanges, Ball Valves, Pipe Nipples, Unions and more. FREE SHIPPING and easy online ordering. Call 877-777-8421 for customer service.
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***VISIT OUR SPONSORS*** http://www.traderadiators.com | http://www.grahamplumbersmerchant.co.uk | http://www.wilo.co.uk | http://www.adey.com Episode 5 of the Wash Basin Install Videos. This one shows you how to install your hot and cold water pipes safely and easily. The pipes are 15mm copper tube. This also includes the installation of two compression fitting isolation valves. For more information visit http://www.plumberparts.co.uk diy Right, so under our sink, as I said earlier on, we've got our 2 hot and cold water pipes, our waste pipe, the waste coming out of the bottom of the sink and our 2 hot and cold flows to the taps. What we're gonna do in this video is connect these 2 pipes here to these 2 pipes there.and we're also going to put 2 isolation valves in because it's best practice. If there's ever a problem with the tap there's 2 isolation valves for the home owner or anyone like that to switch it off and then call a plumber out if they've got any problems. Before we do anything to these we've got to go and isolate them. If you don't know where to do that or if they're in the loft or anything like that, go downstairs and turn the main isolator off. Then run all your hot and cold taps until they all stop running and only then, when they've stopped running, you know that all the pipes are empty. At that point you can cut into the pipe here and cut these off They're going to make a little bit of a hissing noise because water is going to go down that's trapped in this pipe down to the taps below that I've opened up. So let's give them a little wee twist, a little wee twist, twist. Twisting.There we go. Keep twisting round. There you go. Keep on going. You'll get the same thing. You'll see it's just cutting a small score in there right now. That's sucking as well. Just let it suck before you take it fully off. So it's stopped hissing. There you go. Now the next thing we do is we clean these 2 ends up with some emery cloth because soldered pipe loves to be clean. Give them a nice clean. Get them really so there's no paint on there at all. It takes a little while but persevere as it really does pay off this does. Once they're nice and clean coat each one in flux ready for soldering. So, we've got our 2 elbow fittings here. One on here like that and now what you want to do is solder 2 small stubs on Get your copper pipe cut a small stub of about an inch and a half maybe 2 inches, flux around the end and put it on there like that. Now we're ready to do our first 2 solders. I'm experienced at doing this obviously so it's easier for me. But if you're not happy get yourself a heat mat wet it, make sure you've got a little tub of water nearby or something like that so if you do find any catches alight you've got something to quickly put it out. Also when you do any soldering always make sure you do it at least half an hour before you intend to leave the premises or leave your house, or something like that Just so you know for sure that there's no smoldering or anything like that that could eventually turn into a fire. Another tip about soldering you don't need to have a burning flame like that. Just a nice light flame for 15mm pipe is good enough. It's easier to control as well and you'll feel a lot more relaxed doing it yourself Reel off yourself a nice long bit of solder and just pop it under your fitting like so and just warm the fitting up nice and even. It will take time but it's well worth doing like this. Soldering is all about being patient. There you go. So that's the first one done. Move onto the second. Now just wait a few seconds Often I'll get my flux brush again and just paint around here to clean the fitting up a bit. After that you give it a wipe with a damp cloth and that will really clean the fitting up. If you leave any flux on the fitting it does tend to go green and it will look horrible in about a month's time. So, best to get all the flux off now while you can, while it's a bit warm. Once those 2 stubs of pipe have dried nicely, get our 2 check valves and pop them on. Make a note of the arrow direction and which way the water flow's going to be push on each valve, and tighten them up. If you want to know how to tighten up compression fittings visit one of our other videos as we've done one on that. As soon as you've installed them correctly it's best just to turn them off now. so that the slot is across the line of the pipe like that. What I'm going to do now is just finish off all the soldering, get the pipe put back together and get the actual tap connected up. Now all being well you've tightened up both nuts, all your solder joints are fine. They've cooled down and you've cleaned them off. You can hopefully now turn the water back on and test them but don't run too much into the tap basin yet as we haven't got the waste on. That's what we're going to be doing in the next video.
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Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMEAKraoh6c This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey heads to Colorado to help a homeowner install a new kitchen sink and faucet. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Shopping List for Replacing a Kitchen Sink and Faucet: - 18-gauge stainless-steel sink - Single-lever kitchen faucet - Rubber cap with stainless-steel hose clamp, for sealing pipe end] - Plumber's putty, used to water-seal fittings - PVC pipe and assorted fittings, for making up the drainpipe Tools List for Replacing a Kitchen Sink and Faucet: - Adjustable wrench, used to disconnect water-supply lines - Pliers, for tightening threaded fittings - Screwdriver - Putty knife, for freeing sink from countertop - PVC pipe handsaw, used to cut plastic pipe - Nut driver, for tightening hex-head fasteners - PVC cutter, used to cut plastic pipe Steps for Replacing a Kitchen Sink and Faucet: 1. Close the hot- and cold-water shutoff valves under the sink. 2. Use an adjustable wrench to disconnect the water-supply lines from the valves. 3. Disconnect the trap from the sink's drainpipe using pliers. 4. Loosen the screws that hold the sink to the underside of the countertop. 5. Slide a putty knife under the rim of the sink to break its bond with the countertop. 6. Unplug the garbage disposer, and pull the sink from the countertop. 7. Place the new faucet onto the new sink. Tighten the locking nut to secure the faucet to the sink deck. 8. Slip the counterweight onto the spray hose, then connect the spray hose to the faucet. 9. Cut out and remove the existing PVC standpipe and trap for the garbage disposer. 10. Seal the old drainpipe with a rubber cap. Tighten the cap's stainless-steel hose clamp with a nut driver. 11. Set the new sink into place, then from below, use a screwdriver to tighten each mounting clip. 12. Connect the water-supply lines to the hot- and cold-water shutoff valves. 13. Put plumber's putty around the flange on the garbage disposer's throat fitting, then press the fitting down into one of the sink's drain holes. 14. From below the sink, slip two adapters and a lock ring onto the throat fitting. 15. Use a screwdriver to tighten the three screws on the lock ring. 16. Install a gasket and basket strainer into the remaining drain hole. Tighten the lock nut from below with pliers. 17. Scrape away the excess putty that squeezes out from beneath the throat fitting and basket strainer, and save for reuse on another job. 18. Remove the knockout plug from the side of the disposer using a screwdriver. 19. Lift the disposer onto the lock ring and tighten with a screwdriver. 20. Run PVC pipe from the sink trap to the tailpiece that protrudes down from the sink's basket strainer. 21. Install a T-fitting and PVC pipe to span from the drainpipe to the disposer. Trim the pipe to length, if necessary, with a PVC cutter. 22. Connect the drainpipe to the T-fitting with a compression fitting. 23. Tighten the two screws on the yoke to secure the opposite pipe end to the side of the disposer. 24. Connect the discharge hose from the dishwasher to the port protruding from the disposer. 25. Plug in the disposer's power cord, then open the hot- and cold-water shutoff valves. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
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★★★★ Great compact hose! I go thru water hoses every few years. They are big, bulky and tend to kink or leak eventually. I had tried a couple expandable hoses before, but one got stolen and one just started leaking. This expandable hose looks much more robust and better built. I love the fact that it expands when in use and shrinks back down. It makes it very easy to carry around and store. The end caps are made of brass. My other expandable hose had plastic fittings. That should make this hose last much longer. Time will tell and I will update with my results. Installation is easy. Just screw into your standard water tap. The nozzle screws on the other end. It even comes with a hose holder. You can just hang it around your water tap. It also includes 3 extra washers. The water nozzle has several settings, but most are not to useful. I think only the shower and rinse setting are all that are needed. ❤ LIKES: Easy to install Compact Design Comes with hose hook 💔 DISLIKES: Nozzle has many useless settings Order hose here https://www.amazon.com/Vela-50ft-Flexible-Garden-Hose/dp/B01FCCZK4G/ref=cm_cr_srp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8
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Visit - https://www.actionsealtite.com/ to find out more about IBC Fittings. In this video, we tell you how to measure the valve on your IBC Tank, as well as discuss some of the valves that are available. Click 'Show More' for further details, posts & free downloads... Blog Posts: How to Measure IBC Container Fittings: https://www.actionsealtite.com/news/2017/September/how-to-measure-ibc-container-fittings Six Fittings for an IBC Tank: https://www.actionsealtite.com/news/2018/February/six-fittings-for-an-ibc-tank For more information on these fittings, please check the following free pdf downloads: IBC Thread Connectivity Guide: https://www.actionsealtite.com/media/3437/asl-ibc-connectivity-reference-chart.pdf IBC Adaptors & Couplers Data Sheet: https://www.actionsealtite.com/media/3523/asl-ibc-fittings-data-sheet-feb-2017.pdf IBC Vents & Valves Data Sheet: https://www.actionsealtite.com/media/3436/asl-ibc-vents-vales-data-sheet-feb-2017.pdf IBC Drum Dispensing System: DrumQuik Data Sheet: https://www.actionsealtite.com/information-centre/ibc-fittings/ibc-drum-dispensing-system IBC Dust Caps & Seals Data Sheet: https://www.actionsealtite.com/information-centre/ibc-fittings/ibc-dust-caps-seals Or why not visit our IBC Fittings products section to see the wide range of fittings we stock: https://www.actionsealtite.com/fittings/ibc-fittings We also manufacture a range of special solutions, some of which you may not find online. If you are looking for extended fittings or anything out of the ordinary, please get in touch - the chances are we can help! Call the Sales Team on 01235 512500, chat with us live online, or email us via firstname.lastname@example.org ---Transcript--- Hi, we're Action Sealtite, welcome to our IBC video. We're going to talk you through how to measure the valve on your IBC tank, and some of the adapters that are available. How to Measure the IBC Valve IBCs come with the following variety of different sized threads. So, today we're going to be measuring the: S60x6, but they also come in S75x6, S92x4 and S100x8. As per our recent blog post (How to Measure IBC Container Fittings) there are two measurements you need to take into consideration when you're measuring the thread on your IBC valve. To measure the outside diameter, you take the measurement across the outlet. This measurement must include the threads. Measurements are in millimetres and make up the first part of the thread 'code'. Carla users a ruler to show how you measure the outside diameter. The pitch is the distance from a point on the peak of a thread to the same point on the next thread. Measurements are in millimetres and this figure is the second part of the thread code. Carla points to the points at which to measure from. There is a diagram of this on the blog post so check it out. Different Fittings So, here are some of the adaptors you can use, and we're going to show you how you can install them. Female to Male Camlock Adaptor (Part A) o This part is a female to male camlock adaptor, and Carla points to part A. o This example is an S60 x 6 at the IBC end, and this fitting is available in a few sizes: 100A (1"), 150A (1 ½"), and 200A (2"). o As you can see it simply screws straight onto the IBC valve and is now ready to attach a cam. Female to Female Camlock Adaptor (Part D) o This is a female to female camlock adaptor, this is a part D. o Again, we have an S60 x 6, so we can simply screw this straight to the IBC. o This fitting is available in 2" only, but it is now ready to cam. Female Thread by Female Thread o As you can see, this fitting is female thread by female thread. o This is S60 x 6 by 2" BSP. o The options for this fitting are: 1 ½" or 2" with either a BSP or NPS thread. o And it easily fits onto the IBC. Male Thread by Female Thread o So, this is a Male Thread by Female Thread fitting. o It fits to the IBC like this… o These are available is the following sizes: ¾", 1", 1 ½", and 2", which all come in BSP & NPS meaning you can attach any other fitting of the same size straight onto your IBC. Female Thread by Hosetail o If you want to attach a hose directly to your IBC, you need a fitting with a hose tail. o This fitting as you can see is a Female by Hosetail o This is available in 1", 1 ¼", 1 ½" and 2". o You can screw it on like this … IBC Garden Hose Kit o There are instances when it's necessary to attach an IBC to a garden hose and we have just the thing! o This garden hose kit comes as one complete kit, so you won't need to buy anything else. o Check the description for links to all of these fittings. o This simply screws straight onto the IBC as usual and then you can just attach your garden hose! So, there you have it! A full range of adaptors. We have included links below to all the different PDFs and guides, and of course or blog post. Get in touch in the normal way, leave us comments and thank you very much for watching!
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