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Bath tap flexi's

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by XanderHarris, 1 Dec 2013.

  1. XanderHarris

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    Hey if using flexi's to pipe up a bath do they need to be suitable for drinking water, a lot if not all the 3/4 to 15mm ones I have seen say they aren't.
     
  2. Yes of course. It's really important when drinking your bath water. You wouldn't want to contaminate it would you. Same from the toilet bowl.
     
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    why do they sell so many that aren't wras approved is it ok to fit non wras approved ones as this is all I can seem to find.
     
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    No, WRAS only allowed. I gave you a link to some.
     
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