100mm Condensation Trap overflow outlet Product Details: Suitable for standard 22mm plastic pipe
Suitable for standard 22mm plastic pipe
|Product Category||Condensation Traps|
|Round System (mm)||100|
|Product Type||Condensation Trap|
|Product Group||Plastic Ducting|
|Socket size (mm)||110|
|Packaged Weight (Kg)||0.19|
|Packaged Length (mm)||105|
|Packaged Width (mm)||115|
|Packaged Height (mm)||140|
|Temp Max (°C)||60|
|Temp Min (°C)||-15|
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Is this product suitable for 100mm plastic ducting and is it a vertical fit with a water trap that leads to the overflow pipe.Does the 100mm pipe fit inside this trap. Do you supply an overflow pipe or can you reccomend one?. Thanks - Mike
Thank you for your question. Yes this product will fit vertical into 100mm plastic ducting. There is a lip inside the trap that leads to the overflow outlet which is suitable for standard 25mm plastic pipe.
I will be using 100mm insulated ducting for this job and there is no insulated version of the trap. What would you recommend for insulation for this section.
Thank you for your question. The condensation traps do not come insulated as this is not required. Also rigid insulated hose is used with this item not flexible as there is a lip in the condensation trap that the pipe sits in to.
If you require any further assistance please do not hesitate to contact me on 0208 463 9683
Can this trap be mounted horizontally
Thank you for your question. The condensation trap can not be fitted horizontally only vertically. If condensation collects in the duct run it will fall into the rim in the trap and drain out via the overflow if fitted horizontally the water would have no where to go. If I can help any further please do not hesitate to contact me.
Hello I intend to use insulated flexible ducting. I understand that this trap cannot be used with flexible ducting. So would it work if I inserted a rigid plastic pipe between the flexible ducting and the condensation unit. If this would not work then would semi rigid flexible ducting work as an alternative? Thanks.
110 mm drainage pipe fits nicely into the traps i received, but i want to fit 100mm ducting. I can't see how this is supposed to happen. Please advise.
Hi. The second image from the right indicates a 22mm dia. overflow pipe is required, but the text notes 25mm. Can you please confirm which diameter is required? Thanks.
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