Buteline Plumbing System
The Buteline Plumbing System is designed for hot and cold water reticulation using Polybutene-1 (PB-1) pipe and thermoplastic polymer fittings, utilising Buteline's proven and efficient clamping technique. Buteline always represents quality and only selects materials which are specifically designed for their applications.
* Please note that 'Buteline' and 'Polybutene-1' ('Polybutylene') are not the same thing -- 'Buteline' refers to our brand of plumbing system (pipe, fittings, tools), 'Polybutene-1' is the name of the raw material from which plumbing pipe can be made.
Based on hydraulic engineering principles and backed by superior manufacturing standards worldwide,
Buteline's innovative products provide dependable plumbing solutions that are time-proven. Architects and specifiers are attracted by Buteline quality and security. The efficiency of installation appeals to tradesmen, and it is Buteline economics and reliability that are most important to end users' long-lasting peace of mind.
The Buteline Plumbing System has a proven performance record for over 35 years.
Why Plumbers use the Buteline Plumbing System
- Lightweight, one-piece design – No O-rings, inserts or soldering required! (ie: No need to purchase plumbing consumables like flux, solder or gas refills)
- Increased speed of installation compared to other systems means higher productivity
- Can be installed with no connection to metals using our unique range of polymer fitting solutions
- Environmentally friendly, corrosion resistant and no scale build-up
- Installations are not geographically restricted by geothermal or hard water regions – plus you get long service life and professional results every time!
- Permanent non-demountable joint is vandal proof and provides greater joint security resulting in less call backs
- 50 year durability, 25 year guarantee, Made in New Zealand and stocked at leading plumbing merchants nationwide
- The team at Buteline UK Ltd are readily available to assist you with the best customer service when and where required