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Discussion in 'Plumbing Forum' started by Stants, Jul 12, 2018.
Discuss Soil Pipe do you get what you pay for ? in the Plumbing Forum area at UKPlumbersForums.co.uk.
i would go into city plumbing as those prices are high even for cos
Thanks I'll look tomorrow on another note do you recon its best to use solvent as I'm boxing in the soil pipe just concerned about any expansion if I do
I would but you need to be fast as in this weather the glue skins over fast
If I were you, I’d possibly look into some sort of flow noise reducer .. it is like an insulation to break the noise when someone flushes.
hi I've not heard of that do you have any more info on it
Are you running much pipe internally? Noise interference isn't much of a consideration except when you're woken up by it. You can get polypipe terrain acoustic 12db (pushfit only ) or at least consider using acoustic insulation, not sure if that's what matchless means.
Yes i actually meant the acoustic stuff. There are some special sleeves in Germany which are very good at keeping the noise down. But you are right that’s what I meant. The poly terrain is good too.
I had a look I think I'll be ok as I can insulation them as I have space
The cheaper stuff like floplast is ok if internal. Outside I'd use a better brand as the colour will last longer and be alittle stronger. Use pushfit not solvent, just file edges, clean and plenty of silicone grease. Not the soray can stuff it drys up.
Try www.plastics-express.co.uk. There are others out there with reasonably priced gear and quality.
Hi I eventually managed to find a place online Called Pryces in Lowestoft Osma fittings at reasonable prices ( No pun intended )
Hi can I ask why push fit only ? ….its just Im running the soil pipe between the Dormer front wall ( ive allowed extra depth ) its tight going up through the eaves so I was going to use solvent as they have a smaller profile with a branch off to the toilet ( about 500-600) mm outside ive used push fit at junctions to allow for a little expansion
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