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JG Speedfit Push fit Cylinder connector (Dia)15mm
- Guarantee - 25 year
- Ease of application - JG Speedfit is the easy to use, plastic push-fit system suitable for the plumbing of hot and cold water services and heating applications.
- Fitting instructions - It fits easily onto a pipe, all you need to do is push it on
Features and Benefits
- Suitable for central heating systems
- Manufactured in DZR Brass
- Push-fit and demountable connections
- No scale build up and corrosion Free
- BSI and WRAS approved
|A size||15 mm|
|BSP thread size||1/2 "|
|Fitting type||Push fit|
|Standard||BS 7291 / PT1 / PT3|
|WRAS approved||WRAS approved|
|Ease of application||JG Speedfit is the easy to use, plastic push-fit system suitable for the plumbing of hot and cold water services and heating applications.|
Connects 1/2" BSP pipe to 15mm pipe easily
Shereen - 2 years ago
These sound quite expensive at first - but they are SO worth it! I purchased 2 JG Speedfit connectors to connect my 1/2" BSP copper piping to the 15mm flexible hoses that came with my Bristan basin mixer tap - and it made the job so easy to do :-) I am a 68 year old woman, with no plumbing experience, so if I did it, anyone should be able to.
A tip I found on YouTube was to clean the end of the copper pipes, so they are free of paint and dirt. And then to smear a little washing up liquid on them before pushing on the white plastic connectors. And that really did work a treat!
Fit 15mm tap tails to 1/2" BSP copper pipes easily
Sheri52 - 2 years ago
Recently purchased a Bristan Blitz Mono basin tap for my new vanity unit. But like most taps nowadays, this Bristan tap also came with M10 x 15mm flexible connecting pipes. Trouble is that the 15mm female threaded nuts would not fit my 1/2" BSP copper pipes!
But it was difficult (nigh on impossible) to find some new tails with the same bore size that would fit the tap AND my 1/2" pipes! Then thankfully, I came across these John Guest Speedfit connectors and they enabled me to fit the flexi hoses to my pipes
really easily - with no leaks and no need for plumbers tape, putty or a plumber! And I'm a 68 year old woman! So if I can do it, anyone should be able to do it :-)
My tip is to first connect the tails to the JG connectors and then to wipe a little washing up liquid onto the copper pipes and just push the connectors on firmly. Job's a good'un :-)
Brilliant Price compared to Plumbers Merchants!
Nige 460 - 3 years ago
Great for quickly swapping out old taps and popping in new.