Geberit Mapress is a suitable solution for supply systems which can be used across multiple applications, in various sizes and different materials.
Geberit Mapress is suitable for installing supply systems including potable water, gas, compressed air, heating and cooling and according to a BSRIA report, Geberit Mapress can save 30% in costs compared with traditional systems, due to its ease of installation.
In addition to ensuring that systems are in place to supply quality, safe water, installers also need to consider efficiency, reliability and quality of workmanship. Geberit Mapress Copper and Stainless Steel combines safe, potable water with fast, reliable, standard-compliant installation.
Geberit Mapress is suitable for water applications, with clever solutions such as caps on drinking water pipes, fittings and system valves ensuring that no dirt particles enter the piping, from its production right through to arrival on site and installation.
Straightforward to install, Geberit Mapress has pressing indicators and leak path seal rings in the fittings giving visible proof and peace of mind of a job well done.
Geberit also offers free hands-on training with the Geberit Mapress either on site, at the company’s new purpose-built Training Academy in Warwick, or at the Geberit Training Academy in Dublin.
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