Spare Pop Up Power Flush-Fit Adaptor Ringnow supplied as standard with pop up's
(1 Customer Review)
There's 2 ways to fit these adaptors, either drill a 124mm diameter hole through your worktop and the unit will then secure using a supplied shoulder washer on the underside, or if access to the underside is going to be restricted then you could counterbore a hole starting at 124mm, down to 101mm, although this isn't necessary.
These adaptors really finish off the installation in style by allowing your pop up unit to sit flush when not in use. We recommend you get a professional to install this unit, or at least drill a test template first!
Anybody buying a pop up socket from the 1st of July 2013 onwards, will receive a flush fit adaptor as standard with their unit. It will be the same finish as the socket, but we've also listed the adaptors seperately should anybody want to retro fit one from a pop up received before this time, or if a contrast is required.
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This adaptor ring really finishes the 'pop-up' plug post installation off in style. The adaptor sits flush with the worktop and seats the plug post snugly flush with the surface. It looks fantastic.
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Q: Looking at the various pop up sockets. Seeking clarification on the diameter required below the worktop.
A: Thankyou for your question, you can cut a hole 124mm through your worktop because there is a large shoulder washer which secures from the underside keeping the unit in place. If access to the underside is limited and you want to tailor the hole more to the unit itself, then some customers in the past have counterbored the hole, so that there's not so much space around the column itself, but it's not generally necessary and the vast majority of customer's don't go to the extra trouble. The distance required underneath the worktop varies depending on what Milan unit you go for. For instance if it's 2 or 3 Gang and whether or not it's got data ports or usb. So we indicate on each different Milan unit, what the approx distance required is, from the 'TOP' of the worktop down. This is the best place to look for the information you need. Hope that helps BPF Websales Team
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