Joining tubbing or hose using super glue

Discussion in 'Tutorials & DIY' started by H MAN, Dec 28, 2014.

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  1. H MAN

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    #1 H MAN, Dec 28, 2014
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    Here you have a way of joining you hoses or tubing without clamping screwing joints on to it.
    No restrictions or chokes on the inner diameter.
    So the water flows freely.
    This is a permanent fix.
     
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  2. H MAN

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    Here is a slightly bigger diameter tubing like the orange 12mm OD.
    This is a 100 metre Length that just had a small hole but enough to effect the pressure over that length. Doing this way will not affect the water flow as there is nothing actually in the tubing.
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    Cracking ideas for an on the spot repair
     
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    Nice one. You could use that as a way to reduce hose size too. Save buying an adapter and having to wait until it's delivered.
     
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