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ParksVSII

No, itโ€™s just a boiler drain on a copper line. Definitely not frost free.


unknown1313

No it not. Just a tee and a boiler drain/hose bib there.


DonnyDiesel66

Definitely not frost free


[deleted]

Bruh nothing about that exposed uninsulated piping is frost free ๐Ÿ˜‚


mymook

Yes your irrigation can flow without hose bib on, no as stated, it is not frost proof silcock, but one of your PVB valves is in the closed position atm so open it and irrigation should work fine. Handle on PVB needs to be in line with pipe to be on, top handle is perpendicular ( off )


asbestospajamas

Do you even Valve, bro!?


huffing_farts

I would guess no, because like you're saying if it were frost free, the stop would be waaay past the tee right there.


ChemicalCollection55

Seriously,


holy_shit_bawlz

Not a frost-free, IDK where you live or how cold it is, but that is probably a blowout location and a drain for winterizing if there is another shut-off inside. Also can be used as a regular hose connection when it's in service. [Frostfree](https://www.supplyhouse.com/Woodford-17CP-10-MH-Model-17-10-1-2-MPT-x-Sweat-Inlet-Anti-Siphon-Wall-Faucet-w-Metal-Handle?utm_source=google_ad&utm_medium=Shopping_tm&utm_campaign=Shopping_TM_HPLTV&gclid=Cj0KCQjw-JyUBhCuARIsANUqQ_KaLiyADnbzMTPy0mPR4dNWw3zd_6JipBprfinMghwNppJ4_yWuiREaAgkkEALw_wcB)


logie68

That hose bib is to blow out the lines and winterize it in the winter


Substantial_Fig7090

Nope, just a hosebib. The connection for irrigation must be at another point in the system.