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Get the Job Done Faster and Easier With Our All in One Combo Key

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How to Use a Hydrant Setter for Improved Safety and Performance

Hydrants can be a significant part of your water utility's overall assets. They're also heavy, bulky and difficult to place correctly without a lot of trouble. Because they can involve trench work, it can be dangerous for your crew to install, with potential for serious injury if something goes wrong. For that reason, the experts at New Concept Tools have developed a hydrant setter that helps protect your crew and your hydrants from damage. Here's a quick look at how to use a hydrant setter to improve safety and speed up the installation of this difficult but necessary part of your water utility system.

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Preparing Your Hydrants the Right Way With Hydrant Markers

How easy is it for your fire department to find hydrants when they're needed most, with a house on fire in the background? Though there are any number of simple products available on the market, will they get the job done when the fire department is scrambling to get a hose connected? Here's a look at the right way to prepare your hydrants with hydrant markers that show up when it matters most.

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Installation Process for Hydrant Spring Flags and Universal Flags

Storms can be rough on your hydrants. Whether it's snow that causes a plow truck to plow through your hydrant or flooding from the torrential rain that makes a construction worker in a 4x4 run over it, the damage to your hydrants can be devastating. Fortunately, there's an easy-to-use tool to help mark your hydrants so that they're easier to see: hydrant flags. Available in hydrant spring flags and universal mount flags, the only thing you need to worry about is installing them. Here's a quick look at how to install each type quickly and easily.

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NCT’s Service Line Puller Kit and RedHed's 100% Lead-Free Brass

A lot of water utilities have begun to lay new water service lines and replace aging lead in their systems in response to the Flint water crisis. But replacing service lines can create a lot of work while damaging the existing surface structures. Fortunately, it doesn't have to be that way. New Concept Tool's Service Line Puller Kit allows you to quickly install a new service line with a minimum amount of work required. We've also partnered with our sister company, RedHed Brass Manufacturing, to develop a new 100% lead-free male flare adapter that works hand in hand with the service line puller kit. Here are some more details to help you get started:

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