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Wednesbury Copper Compression Pipe (L)3m (Dia)15mm
- 25 years Guarantee
- Kitemark approved
- For use with Gas & water systems
Features and benefits
- Tube is permanently die stamped STREAMLINE GB (Kitemark) EN 1057 Black Label and date of manufacture at intervals of not more than 600mm
- Can be bent with ease on bending machines, or with bending springs, providing they are of the correct size
|Standard||BS EN 1057|
Product was a good buy
Jersey 13 - 4 months ago
Bought this product as part of my kitchen DIY project. No issues and would recommend
Terry 413 - 2 years ago
Good, but they is a few damaged/bent ones on the shelfs so check before you buy
Dickie Mint 68 - 4 years ago
The product itself was good - it ticked all the boxes one would expect from lengths of 15mm copper tube. The big problem was the amount of damaged stock I had to sift through to find sound, straight and undamaged tube. I know copper is soft but I bought four 3m lengths and "discarded" at least six bent or crushed items. You could say not my problem except who ultimately will pay for carelessly handled stock...you and me.
Compression copper tube?
MiniMe2 - 4 years ago
BS EN 1057 is the standard that provides the basis for the assessment of a manufacturer's production process for products manufactured in accordance with this European Standard. The assessment could be based on initial and continuing surveillance of the factory production control system which could be concurrent with an assessment of the manufacturer's quality management system against EN ISO 9001.
Regulatory marking and the means by which regulatory marking is applied, is also covered in BS EN 1057.
Tubes having an outside diameter of not more than 108 mm are suitable for soldering, brazing or assembling by mechanical compression, collared, push-fit or press fittings. For tubes having an outside diameter of more than 108 mm, assembly should preferably be performed by welding or braze welding
So why are B&Q calling this compression copper tube?
Compression tube ?
driver7 - 4 years ago
why do they call this compression copper tube ? , I dont know and neither does B&Q or Wednesbury , on the website it also lists Wednesbury copper pipe so whats the difference ,,, probably none , i used it and saw no difference to other copper pipes