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JG Speedfit’s extensive range of plastic push-fit pipe withstands high pressure and makes pipe runs and cabling faster and easier.
We offer a variety of push-fit pipe options suitable for hot and cold water supply, central heating and underfloor heating systems, as well as protective conduit pipes to blanket pipes installed in concrete or masonry.
Pipes are available in straights or coils and come in different lengths and diameters. Speedfit pipe inserts must always be used when connecting Speedfit polybutylene or PEX pipe to Speedfit or compression fittings.
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Our range includes flexible plastic push-fit pipe in a variety of coils and straight lengths.
Benefits of JG Speedfit pipe
Our range of Polybutylene and PEX push-fit pipes offer time and labour-saving benefits, especially when compared to traditional methods.
Safer and cleaner with no hot works, flux or glue
Less labour-intensive, especially in tight spaces
Less joints, less leaks, less call backs
Low heat loss and thermal conductivity
Optimal flow and high pipe elasticity
Non-toxic, resists corrosion and scale build-up
Push-fit pipes FAQs
The Superseal Insert (STS) has a dual O-Ring, which provides a greater seal than a standard Insert. When combined with a Speedfit fitting, both the fitting and Superseal insert form a unique multi seal.
The Standard Insert (TSM) does not have an O-Ring and therefore allows more pipe into the fitting, making it suitable when connecting Speedfit pipe to compression fittings.
PB pipe is more flexible than the PEX, this is because there is less memory in the coil, making it easier to handle on site. Both versions are barrier pipes and can be used for the same types of applications.
No, a minimum 1 metre run of copper pipe must be installed between the boiler and the Speedfit system, as per BS5955 Part 8 regulations.
A kink could eventually damage one of the layers that make up the construction of the pipe and could ultimately lead to a leak. If there is a kink in the pipe and the pipe wall is damaged then it is best to cut the section or pipe out.
Yes, the same as copper pipe, insulation should comply with BS EN 806 standards.
Although the Polybutylene and PEX pipe have insulating properties, if there is a risk of pipe freezing then yes, the same as copper pipe. If used on central heating systems then insulating is essential to prevent heat loss through the pipe. For further guidance on minimum distances the insulation should be fitted to a heat source, please refer to Part L Building Regulations.
Yes, however, the insert should be selected based on the fitting type. If using JG Speedfit Polybutylene Layflat, or PEX pipe with JG Speedfit Twist & Lock fittings we recommend using the JG Speedfit Superseal Insert which offers a multiseal connection. If installing the pipe with standard-type JG Speedfit fittings, then a Standard Insert is required. Both inserts ensure a tight leak-proof connection.