Ginde Pipes Instruction Manual. Professional Connection Instructions for certified Ginde Plumbing Contractors. Cutting Ginde Pipes Beveling Ginde Pipes Beveling Ginde Pipes Continued Preparing a Fitting for Crimping Preparing a Fitting for Crimping Continued Crimping a fitting
By following the prescribed jointing process Ginde Pipes will give you a trouble free installation time and again
Place pipe on flat bed of the Ginde cutter. See picture2
ROUNDING AND BEVELING-Place Reeming tool into the pipe end to straighten the pipe end for the fitting to be inserted.
By turning the reamer tool two turns to the left and two turns to the right while pressure is applied inwards .The Gindereamer will round off the Ginde pipe end to make a pouring angle
Pipe end will now have a visible 45 degree bevel on the inside of the pipe
SLEEVING- Slide sleeve over reemed pipe end with identification holes at the outside end of the pipe
FITTING-Press fitting into pipe until pop sound is heard. This to ensure fitting and sleeve is properly connected. Make sure pipe is visible thru sleeve holes.
COMPRESSING-It is very important to make use of our prescribed Rems crimping tool to complete the pressing of the Ginde fitting onto the Ginde pipe.
Place fitting and pipe into the head gear of the crimping clamp with the white plastic rim flash against the crimping clamp.
Open the crimping clamp and take the fitting out. Compression ring marks will be visible.
A compression tool can be used to check for any default in crimp. Regular checks is advised.
Now you have a finished joint
Slide INNER spring into the pipe to the point that you need to bend
Use both hands and position your two thumbs on the point you want to bend
Pull the spring out. Your bend is complete
You can also use the outer bending spring in exactly the same way by sliding it over the pipe.