Lead to Copper Coupler 7lb 0.918" x 15mm Product Code: 53125



  • For Use on Hot & Cold Systems
  • Fully Recyclable Products


EN 1254-2.
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Technical Specification
  • Brand : Unbranded
  • Product Type : Lead to Copper Coupler 7lb
  • Total Product Weight : 0.15 kg
  • Pack Size : 1
  • Suitable System : For Use on Hot & Cold Systems
  • Product Diameter : 15 mm
  • Manufacturer Guarantee : 1 Year Guarantee
  • Pieces in Pack/Case : 1
  • CE Standard (Tested to EN...) : EN 1254-2.
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Lead to Copper Coupler 7lb 0.918" x 15mm is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ideal Well made and easy to fit. Only just fitted so can’t comment on reliability at this time but seemed to be a nice secure fit.
Date published: 2019-05-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from worst ever lead lock. I don't normally write reviews. But felt compelled, third time i have used one of these as did buy 6 for van stock. they never seal!! you end up stripping lead lock down and packing out o ring. NOT FIT FOR PURPOSE. AVOID.
Date published: 2018-02-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Lead to copper Really poor product. Used it on two occasions and leaked profusely on both-possibly due to the tiny rubber o-ring that comes with it. Pay a little extra and get a proper "lead-loc", which saved me on both occasions!!
Date published: 2018-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Drip drip...stop! Well if living in a 1930's home isn't bad enough, dealing with lead pipes is even worse. Luckily the leak was under the sink and the end of the line for the lead which was sweated onto copper and leaked sloooooowly until, Friday when it upped the pace, maybe because it got close to Valentine's Day, it started leaking 10ltrs/hr. I ordered this part and plumber sorted it. Just make sure you really tighten it up to the lead pipe otherwise it'll seep through or maybe not, but it did in my case. Jobs a good un.
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid piece of kit I had a length of mains lead pipe that ran to an old outside wc that I needed to cap off. I used a 15mm blanking end on the output side. Assembled that with PTFE tape first and PTFE'd the lead end of the connection at the same time. Mains off then cut the lead pipe as straight as I could. Trimmed down pipe slowly & carefully with a Stanley knife then sandpapered it smooth. Instruction sheet is abysmal, a kids crayon sketch would be more useful. When you are rushing the assembly falls apart and you are left wondering what the correct sequence is for all the parts. The order is nut on lead pipe, followed by black washer then then T shaped brass olive, fat end towards the lead pipe. Tighten it, plus a bit more and you should have a rock solid leak free connection. Since the water main was replaced I have very high pressure and I half expected the fitting to fly off - it didn't and not a drop of water leaking from it.
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easier than I thought I was a bit apprehensive about taking out some of the old lead piping in our mid 1930's house. Having started the rebuild of our bathroom there was no way around it. This was by far one of the easiest bit of plumbing I have done: 1 shut off the mains and drain pipework by opening all taps until it stops dripping out 2 cut through the lead pipe with a saw - I used my sawzall with a fine cutting blade for wood 3 trim end of pipe and deburr 4 put large brass nut, olive and rubber seal onto lead pipe 5 connect lead lock (just like any compression fitting) and tighten and then carry on the plumbing with copper on the other side of the fitting. It was an immediate fit. I think it is recommended to let the water run for a while before use after touching old lead plumbing, which I did for about 10 minutes. BTW, to ensure that this was the right fitting I first used a piece of paper to measure the circumference and then divided this by 3.1415. All in all I am very happy to recommend this product.
Date published: 2017-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great lead lock I used two of those to cap two lead pipes, which were in good condition with a diameter of exactly 0.918". I have high pressure and none of them are leaking. Installation was easy, but be sure to put the metal ring in the correct direction. I was not necessary very clear on the instruction. This seems of better quality than other lead locks I have seen sold in other shops, which can adapt to various sizes of lead pipes. I cannot comment on how they perform if the pipe is not exactly of the recommended diameter.
Date published: 2016-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Got me out of a serious fix I've never used one of these before - on the rare occasions when I get involved in plumbing (as little as possible,) and have had to join lead to copper, I've opened the end out and soldered it - which is tricky at the best of times. This option wasn't available - I'd drilled through some timber panelling, hit what I thought was solid wall when in fact it was a render covering two lead pipes which had been chased into the wall. Classic DIY disaster scenario! I nipped down to screwfix, got one of these and lopped the pipe with a padsaw, then fed some 15mm Hep2o from the leadloc to the tap and sorted out the disaster. From start to finish, including cutting an access in the panel, and the five mile trip to screwfix, one and a half hours. Not bad - the day was just about saved. The only slight criticism is that the drawing supplied with it is completely useless - my fitting fell apart when I took it out of the bag, and it took a good ten minutes figuring out which way round the olive and rubber washer went. You can't make that out from the drawing at all. An exploded diagram would be far better.
Date published: 2016-11-04
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