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Ideal Standard Mono block tap flexi?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Daniel1994, 15 Mar 2018.

  1. Daniel1994

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    Hello ,

    Bought a ex display tap and sink the other day and I was wondering what Flexi pipe I need here. I want a compression fitting the other end but what goes at this end. Pretty sure its 3/8".


    If anyone could send me a link that would be great.

    Many Thanks
     

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    Thanks for your help but i can't find it on there
     
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    Tbh most are 10mm but not doing many taps so wait for other replies.
     
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    Its threaded so obviously it needs to be a female flexi but i can't see how there will be enough space there
     
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    Plenty of photos on Google
    Hope you got the fixing kit
     
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    I was asking on here as i couldn't find what I'm after.
     
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    They looks similar to an easifit tap but in reverse, with the brass posts and O-rings the way they are within the body of the tap. Will they unscrew and leave you M10/M12 tapped holes?

    Never seen M10/M12 tap connectors with female ends into the tap
     
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    Mono tap flexi's & fitting
    Probably utube videos for the beginner
     
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    They look pressed into the casting of the actual tap
     
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    @Daniel1994 - They don't look threaded, are they just brass posts with O-rings and with a slot around the bottom?
     
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    @Madrab The end with the o ring is threaded
     
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    Hmmm, I think you'll be hard pressed to find them. Never seen a female threaded M10/12 ended tap connector that would fit into the tap like that. They're all male ended tap connectors.

    I'd be checking back with who you bought them from to ask what make they are, as they may be bespoke for that given manufacturer.
     
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    Sorry @Daniel1994, didn't even see the title, if it's and Ideal Standard then yeah, give them a shout and see if they can help . Have never see them like that before and I've seen quite a few ;)
     
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