COPPER STOP ENDS 22MM 10 PACK FOR £3.49 CLICK AND COLLECT @ SCREWFIX
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COPPER STOP ENDS 22MM 10 PACK FOR £3.49 CLICK AND COLLECT @ SCREWFIX

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Found 20th Sep 2017
I was about to buy a pack of 2 for £4.99 from screwfix then saw 10 for £3.49! Thought it was a mistake but no...it is real and cheap as chips...

In store and online.

Enjoy.
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What du use these for
Coffee10018 m ago

What du use these for

Would also like to know
Plumbers use them, stop ends for 22mm copper pipe, contain solder so just clean & heat.............

course we all know now days it's plastic push fit stuff - who can afford copper ?
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Coffee10034 m ago

What du use these for


Used in plumbing and gas to cap off a copper pipe...

A bit like this video from our American friends (skip to 3:00):
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certifiednuts2 m ago

Used in plumbing and gas to cap off a copper pipe...A bit like this video …Used in plumbing and gas to cap off a copper pipe...A bit like this video from our American friends (skip to 3:00): [Video]


Don't try this at home using this guy's video as a guide! Just an example of what a cap is for
why/how would you have a pipe ending in a blind-end in a heating/plumbing system? just curious..
elbs2 h, 5 m ago

why/how would you have a pipe ending in a blind-end in a heating/plumbing …why/how would you have a pipe ending in a blind-end in a heating/plumbing system? just curious..


alterations?
once had a gas fire removed, and aksed for a gas plumber to seal the gas pipe under the floorboards.
he did it with a compression fitting, i thought it a bit odd but paid anyway.
anyway did a bit of research and found this was illegal so called his company and they sent someone round the next day to do a proper job with one of these, or the gas equivalent
Edited by: "lumsdot" 21st Sep 2017
Have done a bit of pipe work over the and can not remember using a 15mm end stop neither well 22mm.
Coffee10020th Sep

What du use these for



Keeping policemen alive.
Why do Americans always say "sorder" instead of "solder". It really grinds my gears!!
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