Flexible feed/waste system. For export markets.
Feed pipes: 900 mm, waste pipe: 900 mm.
Feed pipe, metal braid, with 3/8" coupling and 10 mm copper pipe.
Flexible waste pipe, dia. 32 mm.
- The feed pipes are made from SPX plastic, braided with stainless steel.
- The connecting nuts are 3/8” and made from brass with 10 mm copper pipe.
- The waste pipe is flexible, corrugated white PVC with a diameter of 32 mm.
- We do not recommend flushing the waste hose with formaldehyde.
- The elbow with removable connector is made from PP (polypropylene) with a seal of TPE (thermoplastic elastomer).
- Maximum temperatures of use are 80°C (continuous use) and 90°C (temporary use).
- PP is very resistant to water, damp and most organic solvents.
- The seal is made from EPDM – Temperature of use from -50°C - +120°C/150°C EPDM is particularly resistant to ozone and weather.
- Good resistance to heat and cold and to most chemicals – but poor resistance to petroleum products and solvents.
The flexible feed and waste systems are needed to ensure the flow of water to and from the height adjustable wash basin brackets. Top maximise product flexibility, it is important that the plumbing installation are correctly positioned and do not obstruct movement. The waste hose can be shortened on site to fit the installation.
Pressalit supply a kit of flexible feed pipes for hot and cold water along with a flexible waste hose.
The kit starts where the feed pipes attach at the isolating valves (not included) and ends where the waste kit meets the existing waste or trap in/at the wall. It assumes a connector that will fit Pressalit’s Ø32 mm waste elbow. Adapters for larger connectors, e.g. Ø40 mm, must be ordered separately (not UK).
When cleaning the wash basin, it is recommended that one flush the waste hose through with 50-60 degrees hot water in order to prevent build-up of soap residues inside the hose. Ensure that the hose is stretched out during this flushing
Pressalit makes a commitment to remedy material and manufacturing defects for a period of five years from the invoicing date.