FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

The Tube Guard can be connected to different pipe diameters with a flange.

Yes, but it is advisable to move the tube guards a little apart

If the house is inhabited, the Tube Guard is connected to the cold water line that leads into the house.

An experienced craftsman or do-it-yourselfer installs the Tube Guard in 30 minutes.

The Tube Guard does not require any maintenance.

The Tube Guard can be installed vertically or horizontally.

For water hammer and ice formation

The Tube Guard can be connected to all water pipes.

The Tube Guard can be used for 10 to 20 years without any problems.

You need a pipe saw and a wrench.

At the incoming water pipe into the house.

Basically not, as it silently absorbs water hammer and ice.

Basically not, as it silently absorbs water hammer and ice.

No, it works without electricity.

The Tube Guard is intended for an average house with up to 5 rooms. If the house has more rooms, a second Tube Guard can easily be installed.

The Tube Guard does not free you before the normal insulation of the water pipes.

Yes, and all that remains is to check which model is required in terms of pipe diameter.

No, because it works bidirectionally, the direction during installation does not matter.

A tube guard is required for a classic single-family house with approx. 5 rooms.

In this case, it is advantageous if a Tube Guard is installed on the cold and hot water pipes.

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