Press and push with Yorkshire Fittings

Tectite
Tectite Sprint push fittings from Yorkshire Fittings have a slim profile and come in sizes from 15 to 28 mm.
Yorkshire Fittings offers push-fit and press-fit jointing systems for a variety of pipe materials in wide range of sizes. The company also offers a range of commercial valves, Proflow. Tectite push-fittings are available in demountable and single-use styles for jointing copper tube, PEX and PB pipes. Tectite Sprint, which cannot be reused, is slimmer than the demountable versions and available in sizes from 10 to 28 mm. The range is completed by Tectite Pro (for copper tube) and Tectite 316 (for stainless steel). Both are available in sizes up to 54 mm and provide electrical continuity and demountability. The XPress range is Yorkshire’s heat-free press-fit jointing system and designed to deliver major savings in installed costs. There are fittings for copper tube from 15 to 108 mm, stainless-steel and carbon-steel from 15 to 108 mm and XPress gas fittings for use with copper tube from 15 to 54 mm. Recently added to the Proflow commercial-valve range is the Modular valve system for fan-coil units. Each component can be specified, making the range very versatile. Other Proflow products include Venturi commissioning. There is also a range of isolating ball valves in over 140 patterns; they are available with XPress press-fit and Tectite push-fit ends. Linevalves include butterfly valves, check valves and strainers.
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