McAlpine 1 1/2in Double Bowl Space Saver Kit - SSK2A space saver kit is essential in utilising to the maximum, the storage space underneath a double bowl sink.Features:Suitable for almost all British and European sinks.Supplied with blank plugs if the two connections for domestic appliance discharge are not required.BS EN 274-1:2002
This single plastic multi-fit compression to spigot flexible connector is ideal for use in plumbing applications where access is restricted. Features Plain spigot to suit multi-fit and universal outlet traps or waste fittings (not suitable for solvent welding) Universal outlet connection Maximum effective length: 18" Fitting offers maximum flexibility when conventional fittings cannot be used Suitable for domestic repair, maintenance and improvement work Colour: WhiteSupplied with nut and seal 10 year manufacturers guarantee Manufactured to EN 1451 & EN 1329 standards This flexible connector offers fantastic value for money without compromising on quality!
McAlpine FLEXCON flexible waste couplings, two sizes available selectable to the right hand side of the image above 1 1/4 inch universal x universal 165mm/250mm - Manufacturers code - McAlpine FLEXCON-3 1 1/2 inch universal x universal 165mm/250mm - Manufacturers code - McAlpine FLEXCON-4 Compressed length approximately 165mmMaximum length approximately 250mm
‘On Saturday nights in The Half Moon a ganger would come in and ask did you want a shift in the morning (pulling cable for Murphy). If you did, you had to guarantee him a drink the next night. The shift might last from seven o’clock until half past twelve, for about five pounds a shift. No documentation - just a bundle of fivers in the pub, and pay the men out.”McAlpine’s Men is a unique collection of stories from many of the 200,000 Irishmen who laboured on civil engineering sites, pulled cable, drove tunnels and drank their pay in pubs such as The Crown, The Spotted Dog, The Archway Tavern and many more during the building of Post-War Britain and beyond.This collection is edited by Ultan Cowley who, since the early Nineties, has devoted himself to recording the stories of the Irish emigrants whose lives revolved around the British construction industry in the last century. It will be a delight to those who were there, and a revelation to those who weren’t...Ultan is the author ofThe Men Who Built Britain: A History of the Irish Navvy(Dublin, 2001)A percentage of the profits from the sale of this book will be donated to support the work ofThe Forgotten Irish Campaign administered byThe Ireland Fund of Great Britain.The Forgotten Irish Campaign raises funds for the vulnerable and elderly amongst the Irish community in the UK.For more information on this campaign please write to:The Ireland Fund of Great Britain2nd Floor, Wigglesworth House69 Southwark Bridge RoadLondon SE1 9HHUnited Kingdomor visitwww. email@example.com