Dunno but if not could you use a reducing T and block off or cut off and block
up the unwanted 22mm end . You can also get T's with one end reduced .
Get a 22mm elbow and fit a reducer to 15mm in to one leg ..Would that do .?
That doesn't sound right Dave, Ts with a reduced branch, solder or bsp or
mix will usually stick out much less, the full size elbow has to turn in the
greater size making it stick out more even before the reducer is taken into
That's the approach I've taken for similar fittings in the past. Also for
reducing T's. It's often cheaper to use a bog standard fitting + reducer
than to mess about with rarely used items. Also since the reduced fits
internally on the 22mm side it doesn't extend the fitting much. If length
really is an issue it's possible to shorten the reducer and one of the legs
of the elbow a few mm using a wheel cutter.
|Fitting new shower valve - the connections are perpendicular to a
|vertical wall. The inlets are 15mm, supply is 22mm chased in the wall.
|Is there a reducing elbow available ?
Try your local plumber's merchant.
Ours is very good on that sort of thing.
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