- March 15, 2018
- Posted by: Jason jason
- Category: Roofing pipes
PushFit Plumbing System
Flowplumb system PushFit Barrier Pipe is manufactured in the UK from polybutylene. This makes the pipe flexible enough to feed through buildings without the need for expensive fittings like elbows and joints. This pipe is supplied in coils, so you can easily install a PushFit System using one fitting at start of the pipe and one at the end where it attaches to the tap.
However, if more complex solutions are required, a whole range of fittings are available.
- Speed- Faster return on investment and more jobs completed
- Easy installation- Less mistakes and reduced costs.
- Reduced Fittings- Reduced cost
- Can be connected to most existing systems including steel and brass
- Cannot Rust- Long life and reduced maintenance costs.
- No Leaks- No maintenance
- No Electricity needed
- No Tools needed
Mistakes can happen, but the PushFit System has been designed to allow for this. All of our white fittings are fully demountable and can be removed to be used again, meaning you don’t have to throw anything away. To demount a fitting, simply pull the outer ring (1) back into the fitting (2) and gently pull the pipe out (3).
Nominal Temperature 65 degree Celsius
Maximum Temperature 95 degree Celsius
System Malfunction Temperature 100 degree Celsius
Maximum Working Pressure 12 bar
FlowPlumb System PushFit is our hand demountable plumbing system offering ultimate flexibility and adjustability, it is ideal for hot and cold water plumbing in domestic and commercial buildings. The flexible pipe eliminates the need for expensive fittings, whilst the simple ‘push – click’ jointing process makes FlowPlumb PushFit the world’s quickest and easiest plumbing system to install.
- Light weight
- Flexible pipes
- Very Fast Installation
- Money Saver
- Cannot Rust
- Impact Resistance
- PushFit Joints
- Demountable and Reusable
The Manifold System
The manifold system provides a central control point for water distributing, much like simple electrical circuits, so that services can be isolated for essential maintenance such as changing tap.
With this system, a single pipe is fed into the manifold. Then, the secondary pipes are taken out of the ports to feed each appliance, e.g. basin, bath or shower. This allows water to one appliance to be closed off, while the other appliances remain serviced.
Manifolds can be used in any combination, but are particularly recommended for homes, apartments and hotels where continued water supply is essential.
Credit: Flowplumb Systems