After you have installed a new radiator, I decided to use those Speedfit joint pipeline to save messing around with trying to solder copper pipe age in place. I am now in a position to join the cops back in the old copper network. Will I simply push the copper poly elbow. ? It will withstand the pressure of the central heating system. . ? Or is there a special connector copper poly I have to get? As there is no olive or rubber whatever the copper pipe. What does the cop then grip. . Is it just sucking? Home insurance huh? . Lol. So I set up as I thought. . . And flooded the living room. . 3 mops in the kitchen. Waiting. . And everyone stood around amazed at the source. I think I found an answer. Just push the copper tube into the Speedfit connector. Ensure that the pipe end is not too strong as it can damage the O-ring inside. Push to the bottom and if there is an adapter sleeve, do that later. The connection will be further strengthened under pressure.
Hello. Here is more in the series that can save you time and money. When it comes to plumbing, I have found that there are many smaller items you can do yourself. . .