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connecting old copper pipesDiscuss connecting old copper pipes at UK Plumbers Forums; Came across this pipe in the Leicestershire area (if it's the same stuff). Heavy gauge copper, screwed. It's called 20-gauge and you can buy compression and end-feed transition couplings for ...
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Re: connecting old copper pipes
Came across this pipe in the Leicestershire area (if it's the same stuff). Heavy gauge copper, screwed. It's called 20-gauge and you can buy compression and end-feed transition couplings for it. The end-feed couplings are brass and cost a fortune but it means you can convert to 15mm or 22mm and weigh in the old stuff...GSR? Want gas safety or boiler repair advice? We will check out that you're genuine via the gas safe website, so please don't be offended when we ask for your details. DIYers, odd job people and have a go heroes need not apply.
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