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Bullfinch Gas Outlet Point

Ref No: 6087
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Main Description

The gas point comes complete with a Plug in tail connector for connecting onto the hose from the appliance. Inserting the tail connector and turning, locks it in place and allows the gas to flow.

The gas point comes complete with fitting instrcutions. It should be installed by a competent Gas Safe (was CORGI) registered installer.

It is also supplied with 4 fixing screws.

You will need a 60mm cutter to create orifice.

The metal pipe for the gas inlet needs to be 8mm.

The hose for the Plug in tail connector needs to be 8mm bore LPG hose - our number 1319. You will also need suitable hose clips.

Please note a gas cylinder should never be connected to the Gas point from the outside of the caravan or motor home.

Key Features:

Ideal for use

  • BBQ
  • Cooking applianaces
  • Patio heaters
  • Other appliances

Note The Following Features:

  • Complete with plug in tail connector and fixing screws
  • Good security - no connector, no flow
  • Push and turn activation
  • Innovative, attractive design
  • High quality for a long reliable life
  • Compact 
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to fit - requires 60mm cutter
  • Well styled
  • Comes with angled inlet connector as shown
  • Nett weight with connector - 515g
  • Conforms to BS EN 331 and BS EN 1949 and made under a certified ISO9001 system
  • Gas inlet is suitable for 8mm tube (nut and olive) (thread on nut is 1/4in BSP)
How to measure for the size of your awning

How to measure for the size of your awning

  1. 1. Ensure your caravan is on a level standing.
  2. 2. Get a piece of string or tape measure. Using the string/tape measure, measure from front ground level around the awning rail and back down to the ground level at the back. Take the measurements in centimeters.