Advanced small modular reactors strive to improve reactor safety through increased utilization of passive heat transport and safety systems. An innovative means of meeting this design goal is to use alkali metal heat pipes to cool the reactor under both normal and abnormal operating conditions. A heat pipe model has been added to the ARIANT thermalhydraulic code to enable reactor modeling and support the design and licensing of new reactors. Saturation fluid properties are a fundamental input to this model. Consequently, this article provides a comprehensive comparative overview of the best available sodium saturation property correlations developed over the past century. The results show most of the sodium property correlations needed to model a heat pipe are relatively well-defined and recommendations for their use can be provided.