Hep2O gives installers the elbow

Published:  10 April, 2008

Hep20 Hepworth
Installing radiators in systems with 10 mm barrier pipe is made quicker and easier using the Hep2O spigot elbow from Hepworth Building Products.

Hepworth Building Products has extended its Hep2O range with the addition of a universal spigot elbow.

A standard 15 mm radiator fitting would require a 15 mm socket reducer and a 10 mm 90° elbow socket fitting when used with the 10 mm barrier pipe now prevalent in heating installations. This spigot elbow eliminates the need for these two products by combining a 15 mm spigot and a 10 mm socket.

These elbows are available in white and grey.

For more information on this story, click here: April 08, 87

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