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Squeeze off tool

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by geraldthehamster, 29 Nov 2018.

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    Can’t say for speedfit fit but that’s the same thing I use on Alkathene and MDPE underground.
     
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    Possibly if it's the softer PB layflat but the stiffer PEX may not like it.
     
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    speed fit heating pipe, will be barrier pipe, I don't think it will like being crushed, i have never used a squeeze of, for central heating.
     
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    I was thinking of a completely different kind of squeeze-off altogether, but then again, I'm in the pub :LOL:
     
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    Thanks. I won't risk it
     
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