The BES catalogue lists "Slip/Repair Couplers MDPE x MDPE" (10153)
as well as "Straight Couplers MDPE x MDPE" (9852), what's the difference?
I have a couple of places where it might be worth using a repair
coupler but I'd quite like to know what I'm getting.
So two pipes can be joined that butt up against each other where a normal
coupler would not be able to be got on, pull one sideways, slip on the
coupler, realign, slide it back to cover the joint.
(Sorry, Grunff, just in case it wasn't clear how to do it)
Ah, I'm with it, not only could you slip the repair coupler on from the
end of the pipe (rather difficult I would guess with the sealing rings)
but, more to the point, you don't have to shorten the pipe where the
leak is in order to get the coupler on.
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