8mm microbore can I T-off?


Postby wally30 » Mon Dec 03, 2007 11:27 am

I need to move an existing rad and fit an additional rad. The construction of the flat and the location of the manifolds - under a wall and toilet pan - make a new run close to impossible even if there is a spare pair of points - which I have still to check. I know that I shouldn't, but in this situation can I T-off the nearest pair of pipes? Even if the additional rad is slow to heat up it will not matter that much.
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Postby peter the plumber » Mon Dec 03, 2007 3:37 pm

They do make 8mm equal tee’s, but they do need to be order.

I think you need to look for another way to do this and there will be problems.

The main reason I can think of is 8mm is a pain to work with, and the flow rates are low.

I don’t see the point of “slowâ€
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