Big savings on indoor paint, wallpaper and flooring | Shop now

See more Valves & stopcocks

Home

Right chevron

Plumbing

Right chevron

Valves & stopcocks

Right chevron

JG Speedfit Push-fit Service Valve, 22mm

Zoom inZoom outZoom reset
JG Speedfit Push-fit Service Valve, 22mm
£12.79
Loading
Checking availability...
Loading
Checking availability...

Product details

Product information

Features and benefits

Push-fit valve for the connection of plastic and copper pipe. A must for any dwelling. The valve allows the user to stop the flow of water to a fixture, by the 1/4 turn of a screw, in case of emergency or repair. Simply push the valve fully on to the pipe. Should the need arise to demount the connection push the collet towards the body of the fitting and pull the pipe to release. Installation can be reduced by around 40% against traditional fixing methods.

  • Not suitable for central heating systems
  • Push-fit and demountable connections
  • Lead free and non toxic
  • No scale build up and Corrosion Free
  • BSI and WRAS approved

Specifications

BrandJG Speedfit
MaterialPlastic
Product diameter22mm
Product code0665628026919

Reviews

Full star
Full star
Full star
Half star
Empty star
3.66 / 5(3 reviews)

almost impossible to turn

Full star
Empty star
Empty star
Empty star
Empty star

aPaul - 11 months ago

I have fitted many valves similar to this before, without problem. But this one is just not good. I've tried countless screwdrivers and a range of coins and nothing turns this valve without real force and in many tiny increments. God forbid it's needed in an emergency. It's been turned on and off once and the groove is already damaged to a worrying degree. Do yourself a favour by something else.

Easy to fit valve

Full star
Full star
Full star
Full star
Full star

missionman - 7 years ago

So easy to fit this service valve onto 22mm pipe and water tight straight away. Smoother operation and installation than 'conventional' compression fitting. Be aware, however, that speedfit pipe inserts will most likely remain in the valve if you try to remove plastic pipe.

(No title submitted)

Full star
Full star
Full star
Full star
Full star

Jarblo - 8 years ago