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    Installing shower S unions

    Thanks for the advice. Yep, the S unions are in the bin. I tried them several times and found that they’re too prone to moving and leaking. I’m not impressed that Grohe supply them. Their instructions suggest burying them in silicone so I was suspicious from the start. The wall is not tiled but...
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    Installing shower S unions

    Hi Laurio, Fair comment. I see that the my local merchants stock the Bristan 10C and the 11C. That is, individual outlets and the double plate. My particular project has a stud wall sheathed in ply. This will then be finished with Mermaid shower panels. So, if I get this wrong, I’ll have to...
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    Installing shower S unions

    Thanks for the quick reply. I’ve looked at the Bristan and I like the idea of continuous pipe within the studwork. I just can’t trust the S unions. This job is in a timber frame house so I’d always worry about leaks within the wall. Thanks again for the helpful advice. Off to the plumbers...
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    Installing shower S unions

    Hi all, Ok, I’m electrically qualified so please excuse me if I use incorrect plumbing terms or expressions. Today’s stupid question relates to the installation of a thermostatic shower by Grohe. The unit in question is an exposed bar that screws onto two s shaped eccentric tails or stubs that...
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    Eurosec CP8 availability

    Thanks for the quick replies. I'll take a look at the Pyronix as you suggested. Thanks again for you help. Best regards Trevor
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    Eurosec CP8 availability

    Hi all, I’ve had a Eurosec CP8 for twenty years. I installed it myself and the system worked flawlessly the whole time. I’ve now moved house and thought I’d use the same system again. However, every supplier seems to be out of stock. Does anyone know what the issue is? I know that Covid and...
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