Geberit joins Installer for the upcoming Tools festival, taking place between 19-23 July 2021, offering installers the chance to win a Geberit Mapress.
Simply fill out this form for your chance to win:
We have all been impacted by the events of the last 12 months or more, with many plumbers and heating installers adapting their working practices as a result to adopt leaner processes and protect their revenues. And one way to do this is by embracing new ways of working.
Offering a host of installation benefits on-site, press fitting continues to gain traction with installers who are keen to work smarter, easier and more quickly in these unprecedented times.
Geberit Mapress is one of the most advanced and efficient press-fit systems around and, to help installers make the switch, Geberit is offering several special promotional deals this Summer!
The Geberit Mapress ACO 103Plus tool is now just £899, with jaw sets from just £399, whilst the Mapress ACO 203Plus tool is down to £1099, with jaw sets from £499.
The benefits of press fitting
Traditional jointing methods such as soldering and screwed pipe can be cumbersome and sometimes unpractical for the job at hand. Site conditions and safety regulations sometimes make soldering an impossibility, even before you consider the cooling down period which is required for hot works – clearly not conducive with more efficient working practices in competitive markets.
Press fitting, in contrast, can deliver a host of installation benefits to deliver a more cost-effective and time-efficient job whilst also improving safety.
About Geberit Mapress
Press fitting can be applied to piping made from most common metals. Mapress, for example, is available in copper, stainless steel, carbon steel and CuNiFe (12 to 108mm), which also ensures scope to use across a wide variety of applications including gas, potable and grey water, air, heating and cooling systems.
The high performance Geberit pressing tool is compact and lightweight. Suitable for restricted construction situations it features a slim, non-slip handle for reliable handling, an electrohydraulic drive and integrated LEDs to provide good visibility in dark corners.
The jointing process is simple. Plumbers or heating installers simply need to cut the pipe to size, debur the inside and outside, mark the socket insertion depth on the pipe, push the pipe into the socket of the fitting, then press the joint and connecting pipe using the Geberit pressing tool. Coloured pressing indicators cover each end of the fittings, offering easy identification of both the material and any unpressed joints during the installation process.
To find out more visit www.geberit.co.uk/tooling
Simply fill out this form for your chance to win: https://forms.gle/GES4Qdsxfdcz9m4e8
Entries close at midnight on 26th July 2021. The prize is non-exchangeable, non-transferable, and is not redeemable for cash or other prizes.