spares

Spares and Upgrade Kits

A wide range of spares and upgrade kits to suit Emmeti heating and plumbing manifolds. Including for Topway manifolds: flow meters, thermostatic replacement kits and lockshield replacement kits.

Also available are: extension tee kits, manifold fittings including washers, blanking plugs, adaptors and air vents.

Bracket support kits – available to suit Topway, TopSan, Modular, Multiplex and Mixer manifolds.

Technical Data

Please refer to the Emmeti Price List or contact the office on 01993 824900 for technical details.

Product range includes:

01306302

Topway lockshield with incorporated flow meter 0-4 l/min

01306300

Topway lockshield

01306114

Topway thermostatic replacement kit

90011790

Drain/fill valve, nickel-plated

01306254

Extension piece for Topway manifolds

90004930

Blanking plugs, male and female, nickel-plated

90011530

Metal brackets for Topway manifolds, pairs of double brackets

01306398

Aluminium slider rail for bracket support kits supplied with screw and rawlplug pack

01302120

Plastic bracket support kits for Topway and TopSan manifolds

Downloads

Information

Emmeti Underfloor Heating Manifolds Sales Brochure

Product and system guide with range information, product features and examples for Under Floor Heating applications

Emmeti Wall Hung Radiator Manifolds Sales Brochure

Product and system guide with selector tables, range information and examples for wall hung radiator manifold applications

Emmeti Pricelist_2017_Manifold Accessories_Spares Upgrade kits

Technical


Installation Guide Aluminium Slider Rail Jan 2014

Installation Guide for assembling Aluminium Slider Rails

Installation Guide Heating Manifolds Topway T2 FM July 2012

Installation Guide for using flow meters with Topway T2 manifolds

FAQS

Why do I get a bubble in the top of the flow meter?
There can be a small residue of air in the top of the flow meter. The higher the filling flow rate, the less air there generally is. As long as it is above the reading scale, it does not affect the reading. Over time, the air dissolves back into the water and will naturally disappear, as it is absorbed into the water.

Can you clean the flow meter inside?
Yes, you can remove the flow meter part and clean it while the system is under pressure simply by closing off the lockshield valve first.

How do I clean and flush out an underfloor heating system?
Both new and replacement systems (a system where a new boiler is fitted is classed as a replacement system) are required by the Building Regulations1 to be thoroughly cleaned and flushed and a water treatment inhibitor added to protect the system from further corrosion. This is also particularly important where an underfloor heating (UFH) system is added to an existing heating system, to prevent the new UFH system becoming contaminated by water in the older system which may be contaminated with corrosion sediment. For further details of how to do this consult the following guides and code of practice:  
  1. Domestic Building Services Compliance Guide
  2. BS 7593 – Code of practice for treatment of water in domestic hot water central heating systems
  3. BSRIA Guide BG29/2012 - Pre-Commission Cleaning of Pipework Systems
  4. BSRIA Guide BG 4/2011 – Underfloor Heating and Cooling


What spanner size is required for removing flow meters, automatic air vents and drain/fill valves from Emmeti manifold?
You require a 24mm AF hex spanner for flow meters and drain/fill valves, and a 26mm AF hex spanner for automatic air vents.

Can you connect a copper pipe to any of Emmeti Manifolds?
Yes but we only cater for 10mm and 15mm pipe

Can I use 00400004 Tecno-Varia Auto Air vent with potable water?
No you can’t, it is not made of WRAS approved materials.

Why is the amount of water in the flow meter different on different occasions?
The initial amount of air can vary depending on your fill flow rate. Then it will be affected by your pump pressure, the higher the pressure, the less air that will be visible (as air is compressed under pressure). Over time, the air dissolves back into the water and will naturally disappear, as it is absorbed into the water.

Does flow affect the amount of water in the flow meter?
The initial amount of air can vary depending on your fill flow rate. Then it will be affected by your pump pressure, the higher the pressure, the less air that will be visible (as air is compressed under pressure). Typically, you can evidence this, between when the pump is running, and when the pump is off.  Over time, the air dissolves back into the water and will naturally disappear, as it is absorbed into the water.