Well, it was all mounted ok and the leaks were only tiny, but leaks there
were, unfortunately. I shall not be buying any more, which is a pity since
I had hoped that they would be used where appearance was important (copper).
They are also quite slimline, which the Hep is not, as you point out.
I shall have to check those out. I guess I buy what I can easily get hold
of and have good experience with.
Yeah sure, with your hatred of plastic systems you would get a sworn
testimony from each and every one and insist they join the group so they
could support you, look how you've hung on to the one or two problems
that have been reported here
I used Hep2o on primary CH circuit more than 6 years ago and its still ok,
also on high pressure mains cold feed with no problems.
If you have some specific experience or information why don't you share it?
Until! If you knew Gledhill shunned Polyplumb you would not have used them,
unless you are totally daft.
Gledhill, a top rate, thermal store, boiler, cylinder maker do not recommend
Polyplumb, the only plastic maker they shun. That should say something in
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I used Hep2O when I did out combi powered CH, plus other plumbing about
5 years ago.
I had one problem leak because I had not pushed the pipe into the
fitting properly (poor access, and I should have known better) other
than that it has been fine.
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