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John Guest doubles Speedfit guarantee

UK manufacturer John Guest has extended the guarantee on its core plumbing range from 25 years to 50 years.

The 50-year guarantee is now in place against material and manufacturing defects for products in John Guest’s core Speedfit plumbing range.

It will apply to Speedfit plumbing and heating products used in normal domestic cold and hot water supply and central heating systems installed in the UK, in accordance with John Guest’s published Technical Checklist and Instructions

Products covered include:

  • Plumbing Fittings Range (product codes prefixed PEM & PSE)
  • Plumbing Manifolds (product codes prefixed SFM)
  • Pipe Inserts (product codes prefixed TSM & STS)
  • BPEX & BPB Barrier Pipe
  • Brass Threaded Adaptors and Couplers

Lee Flood, director of quality at John Guest, said: “John Guest products have long been synonymous with quality and our guarantees reflect this.

“Not only are our products designed and developed by our own experts here in the UK, but we have also invested heavily in technology and expertise to ensure that quality is built in at every stage of manufacture.

“Our push-fit plumbing range meets British and many other national and international standards, but our testing techniques and product experience has now given us the confidence to bump our guarantee up from 25 years to 50 years.”

23 May 2018


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