OD of 10 mm female end feed

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  1. markocosic

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    I'd like to elbow from 10 mm copper running down a wall (that's to be plasterboarded) to 15 mm copper sticking out of it ready to pick up a TRV (mounted horizontally; rad to be piped TBSE).

    This orientation:

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    Why - TRV in the correct (horizontal) orientation; clutter free floor; looks less gash than an elbow into the TRV.


    What's the best option?

    Ideally I'd like an 10-15mm F-F elbow. Can't seem to find such a thing. Do they exist?


    Else: is a 10 mm F to 15 mm M fitting reducer into a 15 mm F-F elbow the right way to do this? I can run the 10 mm down a mortar line and take just the fat chunk out of one brick with this option.


    Or: Does a 10-10 mm F-F elbow fit inside a 12-15 mm F-F reducer? (is the outside of a 10 female mm elbow close enough to 12 mm so solder it into a 12-15mm reducer)

    This:
    https://www.bes.co.uk/end-feed-elbow-90-10mm-f-x-f-6796
    and this:
    https://www.bes.co.uk/end-feed-reducing-coupling-15mm-x-12mm-f-x-f-6773
    (not got any to hand to measure)


    Or: are fitting reducers available the "wrong way" - 10 mm M with 15 mm F, rather than 10 mm F and 15 mm M like this:
    https://www.bes.co.uk/end-feed-reducer-15mm-x-10mm-6787


    Cheers,

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    Marko
     
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