- Drain Saddle Clamp - Push Connect
Drain Saddle Clamps directly plumb the waste water line from RO systems to a sinks drain pipe.
- 1/4" Push Connect
- 3/8" Push Connect
Max pipe diameter 1.5" Sch 40 PVC or Sch. 80 PVC
- Drill appropieate size hole in sink drain pipe close to the sink
- Stick included gasket around hole (remove die cut circle from center if needed
- Position clamp on pipe and fasten with included screws
- Push in tubing and check for leaks
1/4" hole needed for 1/4" drain saddle clamp
3/8" hole needed for 3/8" drain saddle clamp
Great product By Bimbo on 3/16/2018Bimbo would recommend this product to a friendWe use another clamp that is too wide, this slips on and has a smaller footprint. We're switching to this one.
Great product By Travis on 10/6/2016Travis would recommend this product to a friendThis is a must have if you locate your RODI under the sink. Installed the clamp in under one minute and...NO leaks!
Awesome By Philly Phish on 9/8/2016Philly Phish would recommend this product to a friendQuick and easy to install, my RO/DI unit is now completely under my sink out of the way. Just take it nice and easy when drilling the hole into your drain pipe. I would recommend this product.
Simple and Functional By Chris on 8/30/2016Chris would recommend this product to a friendQuick and easy to setup. My only watch out for this is to make sure the hole drilled in the pipe is aligned well as it is easy to have it slip when tightening.
Excellent service and super fast shipping. By Shak on 8/4/2016Shak wouldn't recommend this product to a friendThis site is amazing, Price are cheaper then anywhere else, very knowledgeable sales rep. and super fast shipping. Love it.
Love it By Hamburg on 12/14/2015Hamburg would recommend this product to a friendeasy install no leaks
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My sink has a 1-1/4" metal drain pipe, going straight down to a PVC U bend. Will this saddle clamp work to attach to the metal drain pipe?
The clamp will certainly fit and hold. the issue is that the pipe will need a 1/4" hole drilled to allow the tubing to be inserted in through the saddle into the pipe. This may prove to be slightly more difficult to drill over plastic Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions.