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Mixer tap flexi tails question

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by callum84, 19 Feb 2020.

  1. callum84

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    Hello
    Apologies if this question is very basic - however i have a very limited plumbing background. I have a plumber I will use but would like to get a level of knowledge myself

    I have purchased a gustavsberg nautic mixer tap and have a question regarding the flexi tails that come with it .....

    They look to be 10mm and the ends look to be 10mm ‘straight’ without male or female connection, my question is what fittings would I need to get this connected to 15mm pipework?

    ive attached the tap below with sketch showing flexi tail in question ..... would massively appreciate assistance / fittings that would be required to connect it to the exiting 15mm pipework

    best regards
    CR

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    A quick search on wras website suggests it isn’t wras approved so your plumber will need to be careful about how it’s connected. Also a lot of taps found on the European market use a minimum mains pressure, do you have this? To connect using the flexi’s a simple reducer will suffice and a few options will be available depending on your existing setup.
     
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    I hope your hot and cold supplies to that tap are under good mains pressure. If not ,the flow from it will be poor.
     
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