Buteline Plumbing System
Plumbing systems have to feature reliability. That reliability depends on the solidity and quality of the material used, as well as on the correct fitting of the pipes. There has recently been news of a plumbing system called Buteline, because it was employed in a conversion project – the conversion was carried out on a barn, a centennial building, to transform it into premises with new comfort and convenience, and what is more, there has been an impressive guarantee offered on the conversion project, for a period of 25 years, warranting no leakage during that period.
In the course of the works, the implementers of the project were worried by the old age of the building and by the fact that the space in which the piping was installed was rather limited: that meant that they should not use blow torches for the needs of soldering the joints. That was why they clearly saw the advantages of the Clamp Seal technology of Buteline which facilitated them greatly. Together with the quality, Buteline was also found to be also much more cost effective, and it encouraged plumbers to use it on newly built projects too.
The Buteline system for plumbing projects has proved to be suited to both hold plumbing and to hot plumbing, and it was also found to be suitable for central heating piping. The system was developed by an engineer from Britain, following three decades of trials and tests. Its use is now rapidly spreading to other countries as well.
The Summary of Buteline Systems Advantages
The system features a lightweight design, coming in one piece, without O rings, without the need for soldering, and hence the purchasing of consumables is avoided. The faster speed of installing it leads to higher productivity overall. The Buteline system can be joined to metal without the need for connections. The material is corrosion resistant and does not allow the build up of scale. Furthermore, installing it is not geographically limited, and its long service line is the same in every area.