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Cast Iron Soil - Push Fit System

Whilst Traditional Express Push Fit Soil looks exactly the same as the old lead jointed systems, it uses rubber sealing gaskets to join plain ended pipes to fittings.

Manufactured to BS416, this product is ideally suited to listed buildings or conservation projects where a traditional appearance is required. This system is quiet, strong and very long lasting but with the major benefit of ease of installation when compared to traditional lead jointed systems.                            .                 

Installation of Cast Iron Push Fit Soil Products                                      

Installation is a fairly simple process due to the use of the push fit sockets. The design of your soil stack should incorporate at lease one eared socket on each fitting - this will ensure that the whole stack can be fixed securely to the building. Please note that all fittings and pipes are plain ended, so sockets will be required at every joint. Sockets come either plain or eared, and there is also the choice of a slip socket for cutting into existing soil stacks. Please click here to download our Installation Guide.

Features and Benefits of Push Fit Cast Iron Soil

  • Cast Iron is incredibly strong and long-lasting - perfect for withstanding on-site rigours and it is very, very hard to vandalise, hence it is ideal for use in public buildings and areas.
  • Long Life - Cast Iron when properly installed will usually outlast the life of the building.
  • Eco-friendly - Cast Iron is 100% recyclable
  • Low Maintenance - Like all soil systems Cast Iron should be inspected annually but remedial action is very rarely required.
  • Quick to Install - the only special tools required are the gasket realxing tool and our lubricant, both of which are included within the range.
  • Perfect for listed buildings.

Compatibility of Push Fit Cast Iron Soil

The fittings and sockets in this system are only designed to be used within the Traditional Express Push Fit Range - they cannot be used with any other system.

If you have any further questions about these or any other products please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

 

 

Whilst Traditional Express Push Fit Soil looks exactly the same as the old lead jointed systems, it uses rubber sealing gaskets to join plain ended pipes to fittings. Read more about Cast Iron Soil - Push Fit System

Benefits - Manufactured to BS416, this product is ideally suited to listed buildings or conservation projects where a traditional appearance is required. This system is quiet, strong and very long lasting but with the major benefit of ease of installation when compared to traditional lead jointed systems. Other benefits include:

  • Cast Iron is incredibly strong and long-lasting - perfect for withstanding on-site rigours and it is very, very hard to vandalise, hence it is ideal for use in public buildings and areas.
  • Long Life - Cast Iron when properly installed will usually outlast the life of the building.
  • Eco-friendly - Cast Iron is 100% recyclable
  • Low Maintenance - Like all soil systems Cast Iron should be inspected annually but remedial action is very rarely required.
  • Quick to Install - the only special tools required are the gasket relaxing tool and our lubricant, both of which are included within the range.
  • Perfect for listed buildings.

Compatibility - The fittings and sockets in this system are only designed to be used within the Traditional Express Push Fit Range - they cannot be used with any other system. If you have any further questions about these or any other products please do not hesitate to contact us.

Installation - Installation is a fairly simple process due to the use of the push fit sockets. The design of your soil stack should incorporate at least one eared socket on each fitting - this will ensure that the whole stack can be fixed securely to the building. Please note that all fittings and pipes are plain ended, so sockets will be required at every joint. Sockets come either plain or eared, and there is also the choice of a slip socket for cutting into existing soil stacks. Please click here to download our Installation Guide.

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100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron Double Spigot Pipe 1800mm

Code: TX4001A

£58.60 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron Double Spigot Pipe 3000mm

Code: TX4001

£97.66 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron Plain Soil Push Fit Socket

Code: TX4016

£23.16 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron Eared Soil Push Fit Socket

Code: TX4016E

£24.90 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron Eared Soil Slip Socket

Code: TX4016SE

£29.90 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron Adjustable Steel Bracket

Code: TX4067

£9.18 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 22.5° Bend

Code: TX4009

£49.64 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 45° Bend

Code: TX4005M

£30.66 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 67.5° Bend

Code: TX4004M

£30.66 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 92.5° Bend

Code: TX4003M

£30.66 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 92.5° Long Radius Bend

Code: TX4008

£49.64 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 92.5° Access Bend

Code: TX4010M

£63.46 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 92.5° Long Radius Access Bend

Code: TX4011

£83.91 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 92.5° Long Tail Bend

Code: TX4013

£39.25 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron Access Pipe

Code: TX4043

£57.53 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron Rectangular Access pipe

Code: TX4049

£88.85 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 92.5° Branch

Code: TX4030

£48.47 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 112.5° Branch

Code: TX4025

£48.47 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 135° Branch

Code: TX4028

£48.47 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 92.5° Access Branch

Code: TX4032

£82.87 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 92.5° Double Branch

Code: TX4038

£60.83 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 92.5° Branch with Rear Boss

Code: TX4039B

£66.58 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 92.5° Branch with Left Hand Boss

Code: TX4039L

£66.58 ex.VAT

100mm Push-Fit Cast Iron 92.5° Branch with Right Hand Boss

Code: TX4039R

£66.58 ex.VAT

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