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  1. Bushman

    Bushman New Member

    Hi,

    Just wondering how I can go from a 3/4 bsp ball valve female to a 22mm compression fitting male.

    I’ll be visiting some plumbers merchant today would be handy to know what to look out for.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Last Plumber

    Last Plumber Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    With a 3/4" male iron to 22mm Compression fitting. You can get them straight or bent.
     
  3. oz-plumber

    oz-plumber Plumber

    Just ask / tell them what you need - standard fitting.
     
  4. Bushman

    Bushman New Member

    All they seem to have are couplers... maybe I’m not explaining myself well.

    One sides a

    3/4 bsp isolation 1/4 turn valve

    the others a motorised valve with a 22mm compression fitting
     
  5. ShaunCorbs

    ShaunCorbs S. Mod Trusted Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    3/4 male iron to 22mm and short bit of pipe and straight into your port valve

    But you do need space to do that
     
  6. Bushman

    Bushman New Member

    I thought that but the space is a bit tight. I would need to remove the isolation valve to make that work, right now the isolation valve has no purpose as you still need to drain down the whole system down to change the motorised valves.
     
  7. ShaunCorbs

    ShaunCorbs S. Mod Trusted Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    Or change the port valve for a female threaded one and use a nipple in between
     
  8. Bushman

    Bushman New Member

    I’d prefer to use Honeywell for reliability and the 22mm compression is the best they have that I can fit.

    I actually found a 3/4 bsp port valve no brand on BES that’s half the price of one of the Honeywell’s but how long it’ll last I’ll never know.

    Think I’ll just remove the isolation valve and go from there.

    Thanks
     
  9. ShaunCorbs

    ShaunCorbs S. Mod Trusted Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    Honeywell do some female threaded ones also
     
  10. Bushman

    Bushman New Member

    If you can point me in the right direction I’ll pick one up.

    That would save so much hassle. Couldn’t find it for looking.
     
  11. ShaunCorbs

    ShaunCorbs S. Mod Trusted Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    • Agree Agree x 1
  12. Bushman

    Bushman New Member

    Thanks but that’s 1” bsp and 22mm, I’ve managed to find the correct part number for the 3/4” threaded female Honeywell V4043H 1007, just need to find one with quick turn around for delivery or local supplier.

    Much appreciated for steering me this way. Less fiddling around and should be more straight forward swap.
     
  13. ShaunCorbs

    ShaunCorbs S. Mod Trusted Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    Sorry was looking at a few
     
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  14. Bushman

    Bushman New Member

    No worries got 2 arriving tomorrow.
     
  15. Best

    Best Trusted Plumber Top Contributor!!

    Good luck with the Honeywell valves!
    Sorry to say, unless they have recently been dramatically redesigned inside, their actuators are rubbish nowadays.
     
  16. Bushman

    Bushman New Member

    I currently have caleffi valves that have been nothing but poor.

    Which brand are bets now are all much the same. I was going to go with danfoss but was warned away also.
     
  17. Best

    Best Trusted Plumber Top Contributor!!

    Danfoss valves are definitely poor. I got fed up replacing the heads on the 2 ports valves after they failed with micro switches keeping power to boiler.
    I haven't tried many motorised valves, but Myson seem as good now as any and not expensive.
     
  18. PhoenixServices

    PhoenixServices Plumber GSR

    For me it is strom valves. Half the price of Honeywell and 5 year warranty.
     
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  19. Bushman

    Bushman New Member

    It seems like all companies are much the same these days, cheap parts prob manufactured in the Far East then built/assembled in Europe.

    Danfoss refrigeration parts used to be second to none and pretty much standard in many installs. Older parts would last many years now you replace them every other month.

    Companies need to get back to manufacturing good parts that last and they can’t expect their name of yester years to keep them going.
     
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