Connecting two male 15mm threaded pipe connections

6 Dec 2009
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United Kingdom

I am looking to fit a 15mm T-section into the following set up:

Braided flexi-pipe with an isolating valve. The female end of the pipe is connected to the cistern and the isolating valve (male end) is compression fitted to the copper water pipe. Both ends are 15mm.

The T-section has all male ends. Therefore I am left with two male ends in the current set-up that need to be connected together.

Does anyone know of anything on the market that will allow me to connect two male threaded ends together. Can you get a female/female brass straight connector? I've had a look on-line and can't find anything.

I am trying to keep things as small (and simple) as possible. Will I have to resort to using compression fittings with small sections of pipe?

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