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Outside taps - £3.65 Each (+£7.99 Postage) @ Mr Central Heating
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Outside taps - £3.65 Each (+£7.99 Postage) @ Mr Central Heating

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Posted 6th Jun

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Double check taps. It is Essential to have double check valves installed when having an outside tap fitted, as it prevents back-flow and contamination. Cheapest around. Even if you dont spend the desired amount for free delivery you still save a lot.
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7.99 at Screwfix to collect, £11.05 inc postage makes this deal cold
Edited by: "deanos" 6th Jun
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7.99 at Screwfix to collect, £11.05 inc postage makes this deal cold
Edited by: "deanos" 6th Jun
Please note: There is no check valve with this bibcock.
Cheaper at screwfix with click and collect.... ‘cold’ tap
deanos06/06/2020 07:54

7.99 at Screwfix to collect, £11.05 inc postage makes this deal cold


Can't get one for love or money at screwfix
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£6.43

Add £1.80 for Royal Mail 48 delivery or £5.40 for 24hr tracked
Can also be collected in store at £3.65, correct?
Item itself is cheap but postage makes it expensive as a whole.
Thanks
Postage kills it dead.
PennyPincher201906/06/2020 08:22

Can't get one for love or money at screwfix


I got two delivered a fortnight ago, try delivery
Walk into a plumbers wholesaler and buy much cheaper than this.
Don't be scared of wholesalers they won't bite and will be really helpful.
bagga21206/06/2020 07:54

Please note: There is no check valve with this bibcock.


I'd be installing a double check valve indoors anyway as per WRAS guidelines
How the hell do you get water to "back flow" against mains water pressure. .??
The backflow protection must be protected from frost. Being outdoors means it is exposed to frost, so this is no good. You will still NEED a double check valve indoors with this tap.
RoosterNo106/06/2020 14:21

How the hell do you get water to "back flow" against mains water pressure. …How the hell do you get water to "back flow" against mains water pressure. .??



The backflow is to protect the mains from syphonic action should a mains burst and negative pressure result in the mains sucking water from the hose, the tap may be connected to, back into the mains.
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