Buteline – the Easy-Fitting, Solder-Free Plumbing System

July 4, 2017
Just push and clamp

Just push and clamp

TBS is getting increasing demand for the Buteline Plumbing System. It’s a polymer system for hot and cold potable water, suitable for both domestic and commercial applications. Made in New Zealand, it complies with all the requirements of the WRAS (Water Regulations Advisory Scheme).

So, what’s so special about Buteline? For a start, its lightweight, one-piece design. It’s fitted by crimping with a clamp, so there’s no soldering. You don’t need O-rings or inserts, so there’s no outlay on consumables like flux, solder or gas refills. That means faster installation,  so your productivity is higher .

Buteline is environmentally friendly, with no scale build-up. It can be installed with no connection to metals, so there’s no danger of corrosion. Its permanent non-demountable joint is vandal-proof and provides greater joint security, so you’re unlikely to need a plumber call-out.

Last but not least, you get long service life – and a 25 year guarantee! So, if you’ve got a water pipe job looming, why not speak to our Sales advisers about Buteline.


Click here for a review of the Buteline system in PHPI Magazine. See what  happened when professional installer Roger Bisby decided to test the strength of the  crimped joints by using some Buteline as a towrope – with the handbrake on!

At TBS we are finding that Buteline is attracting not just domestic plumbing installers but also constructors of caravans, mobile homes and house boats. Call our sales advisers at any TBS branch for further information. We regularly hold Buteline Trade Breakfasts, so why not find out when the next one is and come along!


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