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hi all I’m after some 25mm flexicon couplers to join my already bought 10m lengths of 25mm flexicon conduit.
This is one of those cases where I should have done more research before buying...
I cannot find a coupler to join 2 pieces of 25mm flexicon anywhere!
Flexicon won’t sell to me direct and no one local will buy them in!
It will cost more in diesel to get a refund from TLC and go buy a longer length.
Anyone know where sells a solution? 25mm coupler to join 2 male threaded ends.

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what is the part number of the conduit that you have?
when you say 25mm I presume we are talking about corrugated plastic, PVC or PP.
it is possible to get a conduit to conduit connector, but you could also use a 25mm rigid conduit coupler and just screw the m25 fittings you have got into each end of it.
 
Put a small adaptable box in to join them.
 

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use a 25mm galv. coupler.
 

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like this, left partialy unscrewed for clarity.
p.s. you can get the same in plastic
 

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but westy has a good point. fit an earth tag to it. good luck with that. :D:D:D:D:D
 

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That will require an earth if it contains mains conductors.
I thought the OP was using the metallic Flexicon?

If using plastic then two female adaptors with a short length of 25mm conduit glued in the middle.
 

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or a 25mm plastic coupler and gorilla snot glue.
 

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I have a huge stock of all sorts of flexicon fittings, let me know what conduit type it is. I will stick you a coupler solution in the post for a beer.
 
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what is the part number of the conduit that you have?
when you say 25mm I presume we are talking about corrugated plastic, PVC or PP.
it is possible to get a conduit to conduit connector, but you could also use a 25mm rigid conduit coupler and just screw the m25 fittings you have got into each end of it.
I bought Flexicon FPP-CP25B

Put a small adaptable box in to join them.
I can’t it’s being sent underground through an existing channel.

use a 25mm galv. coupler.
I was just looking at those but wasn’t sure how good the fitting was gonna be.

That will require an earth if it contains mains conductors.
No mains, Ethernet

I have a huge stock of all sorts of flexicon fittings, let me know what conduit type it is. I will stick you a coupler solution in the post for a beer.
Blimey really?! Decent people still exist??
I’m only after 2 couplers for FPP-CP25B.
I have 3 10m lengths that I want to join to 30M

Thank you all. I didn’t realise you had all posted, no email to say it had been responded too!
 

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I bought Flexicon FPP-CP25B


I can’t it’s being sent underground through an existing channel.


I was just looking at those but wasn’t sure how good the fitting was gonna be.


No mains, Ethernet


Blimey really?! Decent people still exist??
I’m only after 2 couplers for FPP-CP25B.
I have 3 10m lengths that I want to join to 30M

Thank you all. I didn’t realise you had all posted, no email to say it had been responded too!
By the looks of it the simplest solution is to use a 25mm galv coupler, you have bought contractor packs so you will already have the conduit to m25 male thread adapters in the bag.

Any questions then feel free to pm me.
 

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Hi,

We do the earth couplers in 20mm or 25mm.



Let me know if you need one and we can drop it in the post for you.

Cheers,
Ivan
 

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