Any Hydrant, Any Waterline, Anywhere!
A Hydrant Assist Kit (HAK) attaches a yard hydrant to a waterline. Once your hydrant has a HAK there is no need for costly and dangerous digging. You can replace your hydrant in minutes from the surface. Our products save time, money, and the mess that comes with digging!
Our American-made hydrant solutions have solved many hydrant problems across the country.
Once your yard hydrant has been installed with a Hydrant Assist Kit there are MANY common hydrant problems that you no longer need to worry about! Some of them include:
- Broken hydrant head or handle
- Frozen hydrant
- Plugged drain-back hole (sediment, debris, or tree roots)
- Damaged galvanized pipe on hydrant (split, corroded, or bent)
- Damaged or missing rubber plunger or O-ring
- Broken internal rod in hydrant
For many years yard hydrant problems required getting a backhoe or excavator to dig up the hydrant. That can cost $100 to $200 an hour. That also opens up the potential for damaging utility lines, damaging landscaping, and messy repairs that neither the homeowner nor contractor want to deal with.
The solution today is the Hydrant Assist Kit (HAK) by Seppmann Enterprises. The HAK takes the headache out of all your hydrant problems. Once installed, a HAK eliminates the need for excavators or backhoes, any landscaping damage, or utility damage when a hydrant problem arises. Everyone knows that your yard hydrant isn’t going to last forever . . .so give it a HAK!
Every Yard Hydrant Needs a HAK – Especially in Difficult Areas
The more utilities you need to dig around, the more money a HAK can save you!
This hydrant is located at a gas holding facility, a difficult and dangerous place to replace or repair a hydrant. It is surrounded by cement. Digging this hydrant up will be expensive and dangerous. If it had a HAK, the hydrant could be changed in minutes!
This hydrant that is surrounded by blacktop and has an electrical box and LP tank nearby. Digging around these utilities will be dangerous and time-consuming when the hydrant fails. This site is an ideal location for a HAK!
This hydrant is located in a parking lot surrounded by blacktop and cement curbs and right next to a light pole. This will require major digging when it needs to be replaced. Another ideal location for a HAK!
This hydrant is in a car lot. It has not been replaced because it’s very close to utilities and difficult to dig up. This is a perfect location for a HAK.
This hydrant is in a livestock yard next to an electric fence. Digging here will be time–consuming and costly when the hydrant needs to be replaced. A HAK would be perfect here!
This hydrant is in a garage and surrounded by cement. A perfect place for a HAK!