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Posted 22 January 2023

Pegler Yorkshire Solder Ring Straight Coupling 15mm 43p with free collection @ Toolstation

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Product DetailsYorkshire copper solder ring system, offers a comprehensive and flexible range for all modern building services, providing easy, fast, cost effective and reliable joints.
An ideal solution for domestic, commercial and industrial applications, Yorkshire copper combines high performance with a versatile system solution that is easy to lag and attractive when visible.

Incorporating just the correct amount of lead free solder, simply add heat for a perfect joint every time.
Yorkshire fittings are universal across domestic and light commercial from gas through heating to potable water.

Available in 10mm, 15mm and 22mm sizes.

• BSI Kitemark approved (BS EN 1254-1) and WRAS approved
• Attractive when visible
• Quick and easy jointing, using just heat ensures a perfect joint
• 25 year manufacturers guarantee
• Min temperature at Max pressure: -40°C at 16 Bar
• Max temperature at Max pressure: 110°C at 6 Bar
• Suitable for domestic, commercial and gas applications
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  1. garrsso's avatar
    Can these be used on plastic pipe ?
    TBATBA's avatar
    No, they are solder joints. For plastic like speedfit and hep2o you need push fit or compression fittings (and inserts for the plastic pipes).
  2. bargainhunterDELL's avatar
    These can be sliced into 4 to make wedding rings. Voted hot
    Redsthunder's avatar
    I mean if you want green fingers then go for it!
  3. admirable's avatar
    Never understand why it's £1.24 for the 22mm
  4. Libertas's avatar
    Question to those in the trade.

    YP has a long history and had a well earned reputation for quality parts.

    I have heard on a number of plimbing forums, that the quality has gone down hill.

    What are your thoughts on this?
    TBATBA's avatar
    Whilst J was training a couple of years ago I was told these are a good brand. To be fair I go with what I can get hold of so use different brands and had no issues. The solder ring ones are easier to use and I always add a little solder myself anyway to be doubly sure.
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