Pipe freezing kit

Old May 29th 2008, 4:57 pm
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Can anyone tell me if its worth taking an electric pipefreezing kit to australia or is it not worth it.

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Old May 30th 2008, 3:52 pm
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Hi

Can anyone tell me if its worth taking an electric pipefreezing kit to australia or is it not worth it.

any help greatly appreciated

sue and mick
I only have the manual rothenberger kit. Bit I have read elsewhere about not pringing pipe cutters etc as the pipes are different sizes. If this is the case then the pipe collars I have may not fit. Might be the same case for the electric one. Also I have only used mine on central heating, not much call for it in oz.

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