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Anyone know what this copper bend is called?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by sparkyshark, 19 Jun 2020.

  1. sparkyshark

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    Hi,

    Can one of you smart guys help me with the below please.

    I need another one and it fits the area perfectly. Alternatively another fitting that’s similar? image.jpg Cheers.
     
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    Where's it from? Not seen that as a plumbing fitting.
    Google street elbow but they have male/female ends
     
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    There is no fitting like that that I've ever seen, looks like another type of fitting that's then been cut to suit.
     
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    It's a 22mm tail as supplied with the hardware pack of a wall-hung boiler.

    I've never seen one offered for sale on its own.
     
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    Found it with all my other plumbing bits so unsure of its origin. Oh well I’ll look through the web and see if I can make up a connection to suit my needs. The street elbow may just work! Thanks
     
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    Or the item I posted a link to?
     
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    Thanks muggles - I must of started replying back before seeing your reply. Cheers :)
     
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    That's why I endure in here sometimes, every day's a school day (y)
     
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