Self-Piercing Saddle Valve

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Self-Piercing Saddle Valve

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Self-Piercing Saddle Valve ⅝" Pipe
SKU: 200040

reg. $7.99

Special Price: $6.79

Self-Piercing Saddle Valve (Up to 1 14" Pipe)
SKU: 200039

reg. $7.99

Special Price: $6.79

  • Good a quality By Kevin v on 4/17/2015

    Didn't end up using but quality was dead on and appeared to serve its purpose
  • Worked in the end By Timm on 2/17/2015

    I needed a quick solution to get up and running and this worked. The directions, at least in my opinion, were less than desirable. I used a youtube video to watch how it worked and was able to install. In the end I went through two of these because of user error, not product fault.
  • Too Easy! By pbhonl on 7/15/2013

    Even though I had a quick-snap adapter on my laundry room faucet, I grew tired of having to unhook it when I wanted to use the laundry room sink.

    I was skeptical that I would get enough pressure using a saddle valve.

    Installing it was easy; didn’t see a drop of water leak and I get the same pressure as when it was connected to the faucet.
  • Simple to Install By Den on 5/7/2013

    Used this to connect my RO/DI to an existing 3/4" water line. Installation was simple and so far works as expected
  • Excellent Product By Adam on 4/29/2013

    Glad I purchased this to install my RO/DI under my sink.
  • Works great! By Michael on 3/12/2013

    Used this valve to attach to my RO/DI Unit that I bought, very simple to use and easy to attach the hose with the compression fitting.
  • Perfect! By The Reef Spot on 3/2/2013

    Bought this to replace the laundry tub adapter. Now I can keep my water reservoirs topped off, and still use my sink. No more unscrewing an adapter every time i just want to rinse something off!
  • great product By nguyen on 2/29/2012

    just what i needed for the ro unit. no leak
  • Better than hooking up to faucet By Leland on 10/10/2011

    I used this to locate my RO/DI unit closer to my resivour in my basement. Copperpipe is right over head,so it made locating the unit easy, and I dont have to attach it to my sink faucet anymore.
  • Will Work On Input Or Output By cm11599ps on 11/16/2010

    I have my RO unit installed in my boiler room so there's no drain in there. I ended up running a piece of 1" PVC from my boiler room out into my yard into a well I dug for my gutter downspouts. I then attached this saddle valve to the 1" PVC to run the RO waste into that well. Works like a charm.

    Being that my PVC is thicker then the copper tubing this is really meant for I had some extra steps. I attached the saddle valve to my PVC and pierced the PVC. I then completely removed the saddle valve and used a screw to help make the hole a little bit bigger. I then took the screw out and reattached the saddle valve, hooked the RO to it and called it a day. Works great.

    The valve is really meant as an input for connecting your RO unit to your water supply line but I figured it it can handle the 60psi of a typical house then it could handle whatever pressure my waste water was which I"m sure isn't too much at all.

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