Ring Seal Soil Access Bend - 92.5 Degree x 110mm Cast Iron Effect

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SP169CI
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Code SP169CI
EAN Code 5055149925382
Weight (kg) 1.158000
Angle 92.5 Degree
Brand FloPlast
Colour Cast Iron Effect
Material PVC-u
Dimension 220mm (H) x 220mm (W)
Guarantee 20 Year Manufacturer Performance Guarantee
Specification BS EN 1329-1:2000 / BS4514:2001
Size 110mm
£70.45 £58.71
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Soil access bends are used to change the direction of a PVC soil pipe whilst allowing access into the pipe from both directions for inspection and cleaning. Most commonly used in a horizontal plane, the 92.5 angle gives a slight fall which creates a self-cleansing flow within the soil pipe.

To use the access point, simply remove the access cap by unscrewing it from the threaded projection on the bend. This will release any blockage so it is always advisable to stand aside at this point!

This type of bend has a ring seal push fit socket on one end and a plain spigot end at the other. The spigot end is the same size as 110mm pipe so it can be connected into the socketed end of another fitting or pipe as required.

The cast iron effect finish on this range has been developed over many years using a specially formulated paint process that cleverly mimics the metal products of yesteryear. It really does look like cast iron but with the maintenance free benefits of modern PVC.

The ring seals joints are quick and easy to install, with oversized sockets and wide fixing lugs just like their original iron counterparts. The system, which carries a 20 year colour guarantee, is complemented by a large range of matching gutter products.

Ring Seal Soil Systems

Ring Seal Soil and vent is the most commonly used soil system in domestic and non-industrial commercial properties in the UK.

Our FloPlast ring seal soil system is compatible with most other soil systems that are manufactured to British/European standard.

To install any pipe or fitting into another ring seal fitting, first make sure the end of the pipe has been chamfered. Clean off any dirt or debris and lubricate the joint with silicon lubricant. Push the pipe in squarely until resistance is felt, then withdraw it very slightly to allow for any potential system expansion.