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Are these https://www.plumbcenter.co.uk/product/center-compression-one-piece-reducer-15-x-8mm-p543541/ or these https://www.bes.co.uk/15-mm-x-10-mm-reducing-set-dzr#product-details-tab a better option for fitting 15mmTRVs to 8mm and 10mm pipework rather than use soldered reducers?

If so, which is better - one piece or three piece? The TRVs at Drayton RT212s. (Screwfix offer, so couldn't get the 8mm or 10mm options)


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I'd always use the three piece one mate, the one pice can be a PITA & leak.

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