Push-fit Fittings

Push-fit fittings offer easy, fast and cost effective jointing. Heat free, demountable and highly flexible, these systems have major benefits compared with traditional jointing methods. Explore more about our class leading ranges here.

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Press-fit Fittings

A press-fit fittings is achieved through the exertion of pressure from a press-fit tool. A strong, reliable joint, made in a heat free environment using simple techniques. For more, click here.

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Radiator Valves

TRVs (Thermostatic Radiator Valves) are self regulating valves to control the temperature of radiators by changing the flow of hot water. With brands specifically for domestic and commercial environments, Pegler Yorkshire continue to lead the way - click here for more.

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Commissioning Valves

Commissioning valves are critical when optimising the efficiency of systems, utilising butterfly, ball, gate and globe versions as necessary. Click here to explore Pegler Yorkshire's world class ranges.

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Commercial Valves

In the world of commercial valves, quality and reliability are paramount. World class pedigree, reputation, utilising both traditional and new jointing technologies. Click here to find out why Pegler Yorkshire commercial valves lead the world.

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Plumbing Valves

Wherever there is plumbing, there are plumbing valves, in order that equipment can be isolated. Comprehensive ranges of gate, ball and service are all available, click here for more.

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Taps, Showers & Concealed Bathroom Systems

Traditional, contemporary or modern, bathroom and kitchen, we have extensive and exclusive ranges of luxury taps, showers, and concealed bathroom systems. Click here for more.

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Compression Fittings

Compression joints are made when a pipe and a fitting are joined together using a compression ring and a compression nut. Highly reliable and versatile, click here to explore our Compression brands.

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Capillary Fittings

There are two types of capillary fitting, one where solder is added to the mouth of the fitting and one where solder is already held in the fitting body. Both require heat to make the solder molten, this then flows into the gap between the fitting and tube using capillary attraction, this then cools to form a sturdy reliable joint.

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