Get Blown away by the new Tigris K5/M5

Very soon you’ll discover all the benefits of the new Wavin Tigris K5/M5 with the world’s first Acoustic Leak Alert, an integrated leak detection system for pressure tests with air.

Designed by focusing on installer needs, the innovative Acoustic Leak Alert enables installers to detect leaks fast and easy, as any un-pressed fitting will make itself known by producing a loud whistle. On top of that, Wavin Tigris K5/M5 has up to 50% larger inner bore and can be pressed by the five most common jaw profiles. The In4Sure feature makes you able to see in 360 that a pipe is fully secured.

When testing with water, un-pressed fittings are still easily traced with Defined Leak on Wavin Tigris K5/M5. Wavin Tigris is Wavin’s leading system for hot and cold drinking water supply. It’s used by installers all over Europe for its high quality performance and reliability.

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The next generation Tigris

Acoustic leak alert

Save valuable time when tracing an entire system for leaks – just follow the whistle! See and hear how Acoustic Leak Alert whistles to help you find un-pressed fittings fast. An easy, integrated leak detection system for pressure testing with air. This feature enables installers to trace an entire system for leaks caused by connections that have not been pressed.

Opti flow 

Discover how Opti Flow in Wavin Tigris K5/M5 delivers up to a 50% larger inner bore to ensure optimal flow performance. Designed specifically to deliver optimal flow performance, the new Wavin Tigris K5/M5 means your customers will enjoy higher total system performance and maximum end-user comfort.

Multi Jaw 

Watch how Multi Jaw means Wavin Tigris K5/M5 can be pressed in place with five of the most common jaw profiles. This eliminates the need to buy new equipment and makes it easy to switch to Wavin Tigris without worrying about your system warranty.

Get the air pressure facts

Did you know air pressure testing can help you avoid bacteria in pipes? It can also help avoid burst pipes in the winter and prevent water damage on the job site. Contractors and pipeline installers around Europe are making the switch from water pressure to air pressure testing – not only to protect their pipelines, but also to create a more secure and efficient work process. Read our blog to find out more from the experts and get all the latest insights about the pros and cons of both air pressure and water pressure testing. 

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