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FloPlast White Solvent weld Waste pipe, (L)2m (Dia)40mm

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FloPlast White Solvent weld Waste pipe, (L)2m (Dia)40mm
£3.98
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Product information

This white ABS waste pipe from FloPlast is ideal for carrying waste safely and cleanly away from your home. Suitable for most standard size waste pipes (including solvent weld waste).

  • Kitemark approved

Features and benefits

  • Manufactured to BS EN 1455-1:2000 / BS 5255
  • A light in weight yet strong and cost effective option
  • Use SC125/SC250 Solvent Cement, manufactured to BS 6209, for jointing products

Specifications

BrandFloPlast
Pack quantity1
Length of single piece2m
StandardBS EN 1455-1:2000
Colour groupWhite
Connection size40mm
Connection typeSolvent weld
MaterialAcrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)
Model name/number25402
Product code5055149921896

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B0bsagoodun - 1 year ago

FloPlast ABS Solvent Weld Waste pipe (Dia)40mm, White

That's the title of the product, so one would assume that because ABS solvent weld is in the title it would work with ABS solvent weld fittings. Wrong. ABS solvent weld fittings are too large for the pipe. Read the detail in the product description, it says its not suitable for solvent weld systems. Wasted my time.

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dso1944 - 3 years ago

really good quality great price a top rated product.

very easy to fit

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RBED - 4 years ago

I bought this along with other plumbing parts, to sort out my former plumbing under my kitchen sink,

I founf this very easy to use, and with a junior hacksaw, I was able to trim/cut it the the length/s I required very easily, and with the joints all being same brand, they all fitted togheter well, the only advice I was give, is not to push it into the joints, but unscrew the ends of the joint/s slide it on, the the plastic gromit, then the rubber seal, insuring you have the rubber seal slopping to the end of the pipe that you can then push RIGHT IN and then tighten up, as that is few mistakes people make when pushing this pipe into loints, and not taking the time , as I have done it myself, and you find it has pushed the rubber seal inyto the joint instead of up the pipe